Talk:Muneeswarar

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I have never seen the site mentioned before I wrote the article. The text comes from http://www.ruthrakali.org.sg/htmlfiles/muneeswaran.htm and http://srimuneeswarar.tripod.com/main.html so it is not copyright to the site that is mentioned. I edited the text - I didn't just copy and paste. And none of the websites have any copyright symbol on them or anything to indicate that the text is copyright.

  • It does look like a new work from multiple sources. removed copyvio tag. Of note per Wikipedia:Copyright problems#What's copyrighted? Copyright exists automatically upon creation in a tangible form. An author does not need to apply for or even claim copyright for a copyright to exist. Only an explicit statement that the material is in the public domain, licensed with the GFDL, or is otherwise compatible with the GFDL, makes material reusable under current policy, unless it is inherently in the public domain due to age or source. Jeepday (talk) 23:35, 23 March 2008 (UTC)


This is informative article on lord muneeswaran. I seek more articles and discussion. Balaji.J.Naidu, Bangalore, india. balajinaidu67@gmail.com

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