I've noticed over the years my perception of "correct capitalization of proper nouns" has been challenged, as I've interacted with more cultures and languages.
- Days of the week, in Spanish.
- The language name, español.
- Romanized names of people from "Indian" cultures. (I use quotes, as I'm unsure of their actual origin. Maybe Middle Eastern?)
- sravan prince
- shrikanth shrikanth
- mohammad kumar
- meera azaruddin
- Those same romanized names, written by both India and English writers, are inconsistently capitalized.
When I write these proper nouns, in an English discussion, are the rules I've learned in English class "thrown out"?
In those discussions, should they conform to English rules?
Is this not a big deal and everyone is cool with it?