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Konichiwa by abhas1 Konichiwa by abhas1
So, I'm learning Japanese. This means Aloha in Japanese. Which is namasté in Hindi. 

Konichiwa, or Konnichiwa, is a commonly heard Japanese greeting. "Good day!" and "Good afternoon" as well. 
However, as described by my Japanese teacher, (sensei?) Akio Haga (san?) Japanese is very close to nature. This greeting literally says "Good weather it is today, how are you doing?" or just simplified "What a good day it is today," or just simplified further, "Good day!"

Additionally, the writing is literally "konnichiha." Why not "konnichiwa?" Because in Hiragana, it is written with a "ha" (は), but pronounced "wa" (わ).

This was written with a brush pen. And The background is a photo of...someflower...taken using a Canon 550D, 50mm on f/1.8 at IIIT Jabalpur. 

Arigatou!

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