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  1. "a masterly summary " is not NPOV. RickK 06:47, Jan 27, 2005 (UTC)
  2. Drawing the materials and the inspiration from the contents of this article, I have attempted to give fresh inputs to the article, also a bit of rearranging of texts/explanations, etc.--Bhadani 14:39, 7 May 2005 (UTC)

This comment might be a bit out of place, but I am interested in typing up the Narayaneeyam and putting it up on wikisource. I am considering using the edition published by the Ramakrishna Math, titled "Narayaneeyam: Bhagavata Condensed" ISBN: 8171204198. As I certainly don't want to get into any copyright violation issues, where do I go for advice and making sure I'm in the clear? Just as a clarification, the book contains commentary on the verses, but I am only interested in putting up the verses themselves, not any of the commentary by the editors. Adityan 17:52, 17 December 2005 (UTC)