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I propose to add an external reference Bhagawan Nityananda.org This is the number one ranking website on Bhagawan Nityananda. All information obtained has been verified by more than one source and the website's content has been published. It is a great resource for anyone seeking information on Bhagawan Nityananda. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Lakshmi Ma (talk • contribs) 17:05, 6 December 2010 (UTC)
The site faithfully expresses the extent of Bhagavan's legacy and includes most if not all of Bhagavan Nityananda's recognised disciples. Those included range from the very well known, who are represented elsewhere in Wikipedia, to those who may not qualify for an article in their own right. Because some info would not be classified as published, it would not be appropriate to insert directly in the current article. But it is appropriate to include the reference because the site has been developed with an emphasis on inclusion and is thus significant in reflecting the scope of his influence. Yogidude (talk) 13:24, 8 February 2010 (UTC)