Mr. Master or Master-ji-which one is appropriate?All the active Members of ISC know that I address the Members as Mr., Ms. or Dr, whichever is appropriate. In addition to the above three forms of salutations in English, I also think that we can use Mrs., Miss and Master. Now if a Member's ISC name is Master, then how should I call him/her? Assuming that 'Master' is male, is it okay to address him as Mr. Master? Would it be grammatically correct? Wouldn't others consider it ridiculous or laughable?
So, why don't bring Hindi into picture? In Delhi and other Hindi-speaking states, people use 'Ji' after the name of a person. Both male and female can be adressed as 'Ji'. So, without using Mr. Master or Ms. Master, can I address the concerned Member as Master-Ji?
I hope the Managing Editor and other Members (including Master-Ji) won't mind my respectful salutation!