|WikiProject India / Cities / Gujarat||(Rated Start-class, Low-importance)|
|WikiProject Hinduism / Vaishnavism / Krishnaism / Swaminarayan / Shaktism||(Rated Start-class, Low-importance)|
I was thinking this sounded more like a brochure than a Wikipedia article, so I Googled the exact text. It appears to be taken verbatim from http://www.gujaratplus.com/web/gujarat/cities/bhuj.html (!!) Too new to Wikipedia to be confident in how to procede. Fogster 22:07, 18 October 2005 (UTC)
- Thanks Fogster for the tip-off. I've reverted the article back to its pre-copyvio status. For copyright-related problems, you may refer to this page: Wikipedia:Copyright problems. Regards. --*drew 10:28, 24 October 2005 (UTC)
As far as spelling of Kachchh is concerned two spellings are widely used one is already mentioned another is Kutch. The later spelling was used by britishers and thus came in to existant. The first spelling is true to its phonetics and also all the government institutes (e.g. Post Office, Telegram office) uses Kachchh'. I believe we should stick to first spelling i.e. Kachchh'
The following text was cut from this article as it was unintelligable and unprosed.
bhuj to protect, to govern, to rule; deri. bhukta, bho_jya or bho_gya, bho_ktum, bhuktva_
BHUJ has very uncommon meaning in SANSKRIT language dictionary, BHUJ= to protect, to govern, to rule; (so Bhuj was existing before Jadeja clan took over and govern it. )deri, BHUJ also means DHANI means Husaband. bhukta, bho_jya or bho_gya, bho_ktum, bhuktva_
--Lendorien 15:46, 13 April 2007 (UTC)
I completely revised this article. It had become a mass of empty subheadings and repetative text. In addition, someone had copypasted a long religious proclamation about building some religious temple. I've cleaned all that out, trimmed it down and added tags. Hopefully this will help, though given the mass of messy edits lately, I don't have much hope it'll stay this way. --Lendorien 17:04, 12 August 2007 (UTC)
- A fine job you've done. I'm not sure the process for removing Cleanup tags, but it's got my vote. Fogster 03:34, 5 October 2007 (UTC)