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As of January 4, 2011, I am no longer regularly active on Wikipedia. It was great working with fellow contributors on Hinduism-related articles over the last six years.

Hello. I was born in New York and have a strong interest in issues pertaining to Hindu culture and religion. I have been making contributions to Wikipedia since October 2004. I have made contributions to Hinduism, and its various topics, added categories of Hindu saints such as Raghavendra Swami, edited and added categories of the major Vaishnavite philosphers such as Ramanuja and Madhva, and wrote on three common prayers in Hinduism, Lalitha sahasranama, Shri Rudram and Vishnu sahasranama. Additionally, I have added appropriate external links (i.e., websites) for articles and have added an article on Shani and historical articles of Harsha and Krishnadevaraya. Also, I have written on concepts in Hinduism such as Karma in Hinduism, in order to distinguish it from that of Buddhism. Finally, I make edits to prexisting articles by adding new information, e.g.., types of avatars, for example, by adding whatever external research sources I have.


Raj 2004 retains the copyright to all contributions. No material may be published elsewhere other than on the Wikipedia web site. Of course, articles may be cited.

Raj2004 is hereby strongly commended for his innovative diligence and resilience in expanding the coverage of Hinduism on Wikipedia, by Rama's Arrow 13:44, 15 December 2005 (UTC)
Raj2004 is hereby awarded this Barnstar as late recognition for all his contributions to Hinduism related articles.

!מזל טוב

from Izehar

I award this Barnstar to Raj2004 for being a cool Hindu working Wiki-sewa and for exceptional Wiki-sabhyata. Jai Sri Rama! Rama's Arrow 04:45, 10 December 2005 (UTC)

Hindu Barnstar
Project Hinduism

awarded by Kris (☎ talk | contribs) 08:22, 23 November 2006 (UTC)