I know this kind of question been previously posted with very good answer, but I would like to post it as a extention of that.
Firstly whenever I used caps to symbolize strictness in my words, those are capsed down, can't I use caps in my answers?
Secondly, I saw many people using words like Rama, Ravana, Hanumana. Most of them have a ending note of 'ae' with them which is not in the actual form. If go in sanskrit Ram should be pronounced as Ramah(ah = :), going to hindi it should be Ram or Raam.
The use of Ending 'ae' was started by english men, because they were encapable of pronouncing (:), and they ended up using 'ae', and not only this , their english language doesn't have a subsitute of (:), so they blindly use 'a' at indian historic names.
We being knowledged a lot in this field should consider to propogate right things but not repeat the faults happend long ago, and by someone who is blind.
Sorry I'm not rational to english, because its another way to spread the knowledge, but we should have a liable freedom to use safe words than sound words.