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MYTHOLOGY[edit]

This article is about Hindu mythology and should not be interpreted as actual history, although its material ought to be sourced to historical documents. But some portions of mythology often have historical validity as well.-Vinay Jha (talk · contribs)

Brahmam[edit]

It is the supreme power concept in the Hinduism.It is also a male concept and really called "Parabrahmam." It has a supreme or equivalent female concept called "Parasakthi." Still a greate portion is remaining to add and I will do it later for free. -krishnakumar_xp@hotmail.com / mailtokris_xp_3@yahoo.com

'Brahman' is the correct form[edit]

Brahman is the correct spelling; Brahmam is grammatically wrong, because this term is neuter gender in Sanskrit grammar. Brahma is its nominative singular, to which Krishnakumar wrongly added -m instead of -n. '-m' can be added in masculine forms only, but this word is neuter. Krishnakumar should be more careful in making such statements. Many attributes and possible synonyms of Brahma are masculine, but ancient grammarians deliberately made Brahman a neuter in order to keep it distinct from male or female attributes which would negate formlessness of Brahman.

To Krishnakumar : Please become a user if you want to edit seriously and be careful. -Vinay Jha (talk · contribs)

vandalism by 71.187.129.41[edit]

An entire section created by the collective effort of many editors was deleted by an unknown person who did not find it necessary to become a registered user before deleting works of others. This article is related to Hinduism, and deals with mythologigical concepts of Hinduism. Mythology may be fiction and may appear to be agenda to persons not believing in that particular mythology, but it does not mean that mythology should be deleted from human history. This person does not seem to be interested in serious editing. This article contains valuable refences to many ancient sources with citations of original passages,yet the person who deleted it falsely calls it "a complete unsubstantiated work of fiction and agenda". Some of the statements(not by me) may need proper sources, but the sources were perhaps omitted because these are too well known facts of Hindu mythology. All statements cannot and should not be sourced ; only those statements need proper references which may lead to controversies if left unsourced. All contributions made by me were properly sourced, but was unjustly deleted by this unregistered person. This person should discuss the issue in talk page(here) and state which statements in the article need sources in his/her view. This article is unfinished, and new users can also help to give it a better shape. But wholesale deleting without discussing is vandalism, esp. the person who commits such acts does not comprehend the matter or has some agenda for or against the article. But this is the first act of this 71.187.129.41, and therefore may be not real vandalism but merely an irresponsible act of a new user. -Vinay Jha (talk · contribs)