So you say the 'd' in Devika sounds exactly like the 't' in Sitara, and both sound like English 'th'? I don't think so. The 'd' in Devika is a voiced dental plosive (quite like an English 'd'). For English speakers 'th' represents a dental fricative. The 't' in Sitara is an unvoiced dental plosive. Tamanna is Arabic, and the final 'a' is long by the way
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