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Explain NPOV warning
The "disputed neutrality" warning should be either explained in detail here, or removed. Otherwise it serves no useful purpose. --Chinawhitecotton 06:35, 30 January 2006 (UTC) http://www.answers.com/topic/lataif-e-sitta this website seems to contradict the colours of the six subtleties stated here. Eg. wikipedia says the colour of Ruh is red, answers.com states that it is green. the rest of the information on both websites is indentical howver.
Why are the terms in Urdu? Urdu terms are incorrect. Put Arabic terms in their places as the terms are originally in Arabic, and from that were formed the Urdu, Turkish, Persian, Malay, and other local terms.
|This article was proposed for deletion by akhooha (talk · contribs) on 3 December 2013 with the comment:
This term has very little relevance outside of a very narrow usage in certain Sufi groups. More importantly, it relies on absolutely no references at all and is very likely copied from other websites. Requests for references were made over 6 years ago and none have been added. Additionally, terms used here are in Urdu, not in the original Arabic. I think this is beyond repair and should be deleted.