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Demigod[edit]

Hello. Would anybody be able to look at the Demigod article, please? There's a long section dealing with Hinduism that cites no sources. Apart from the paragraph about the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, I'm sceptical about the relevance of any of it, but I know so little I can't begin to clean it up. Many thanks. --Lo2u (TC) 19:25, 21 March 2014 (UTC)

Koenraad Elst (serious NPOV violations in a BLP article)[edit]

There is a discussion on the very serious NPOV (Neutrality) violations in the BLP article Koenraad Elst at the BLP noticeboard .

The NPOV violations were explained in great detail by the subject of the lemma here:

These links say among other things:

Well, there you have it. The lemma on me has ended up taking this form because some militant among your contributors purposely wanted to “warn readers” against me. Please cite me an instruction for encyclopedists that names “warning” among the legitimate goals of an encyclopedia.
Either you remove the lemma altogether, or you straighten it out and apply the rules of encyclopedia-writing to it. At any rate, in a encyclopedia, I count on being judged for what I myself have said or done, and not for the gossip my declared enemies have come up with.
If Wikipedia wants to live up to its promise of being a reliable encyclopedic source, it will strike this and all sentences resembling it from its article on me. At most, it can use me as an example of how it was fooled by some of its all-too-partisan collaborators. Speaking of whom: the history page accompanying my page proves forever that some Wikipedia collaborators wanted to inflict on me the maximum harm possible, an attitude incompatible with work for an encyclopedia.

The old discussion was here:

Because of the very serious NPOV violations in a BLP article, this requires the attention of neutral editors. --Calypsomusic (talk) 09:03, 9 April 2014 (UTC)

Hindu Temple of Dayton[edit]

I created a page for the Hindu Temple of Dayton, one of the most beautiful buildings in Ohio. If somebody could please take a look at it and help with the explanations of Hinduism, it would be appreciated. I'm proud of the article, but I just don't know enough about Hinduism to write about such topics. Mvblair (talk) 16:59, 9 May 2014 (UTC)

AfC submission - 15/05[edit]

Wikipedia talk:Articles for creation/Mauna (silence). FoCuSandLeArN (talk) 19:19, 15 May 2014 (UTC)

COTW[edit]

{{Current Hinduism COTW}} and {{Old Hinduism COTW}} has been nominated for deletion -- 65.94.171.126 (talk) 07:06, 19 May 2014 (UTC)

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