Talk:Raja Raja Chola I

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Choodamani Buddha Vikaram[edit]

Why not we mention about the Chudamani Buddha vikaram, Nagappatinnam Doctor Bruno 19:55, 27 February 2006 (UTC)

Thanks Dorcto Bruno. The article mentions the Chudamani Vihara, but if you want to add more information, please add to the article. I couldn't find a lot on the Vihara. I don't think it exists anymore.

Thanks for your Kudos in my Talk page as well.

Venu62 22:07, 27 February 2006 (UTC)

Devar is the title used by Cholans,also use by all Indian kings those days[edit]

These days Everyone started using Devar/Thevar name with their names,Mostly people from Kallar Caste(Kallar is a Tamil language word meaning "thief")

All community people are trying to own "Devar/Thevar" name as their caste name.But Indian government has proper caste list identified and recorded by British.

Devar means divine/award name and THEVAR is not caste.Devar community is not listed in India/Tamilnadu Government Caste list

Thevar is not a caste in tamilnadu.its a award or honoring the king

Common Tamil people do not use "Devar/Thevar",No one have rights or proof that Devar/Thevar is a Caste.its seems that most of the wikipedia content used to display peoples own interest instead of history.

Name of emperor[edit]

The name of Raja Raja should be ArulMozhi Varman.RAJARAJA does not belongs to any caste these days ,

Varalaaru and Raasa Manickanar[edit]

Are "Varalaaru" and "Raasa Manickanar" reliable sources? The former is advertised as a "web magazine".--Cpt.a.haddock (talk) (please ping when replying) 22:09, 7 November 2015 (UTC)

Reference removal[edit]

@Magentic Manifestations: Hi. Thanks for the reference sanitisation. But there appears to have been a lot of collateral damage as well. You've remove the URLs from many citations. You've deleted citations by Vidya Dehejia, KANS, etc. You've merged Epigraphia Indica citations for different pages into a single-page reference. You've removed citation needed tags, for example, from the name of one of the daughters and changed the provided spelling. There is also confusion as to whether Thiripuvānamādēviyār was his wife (has citations) or mother (had citation) :| I've reverted these edits. Please re-apply them in a non-destructive manner and break your changes into multiple edits with descriptive edit summaries that inform other editors as to the changes you have made. Thank you.--Cpt.a.haddock (talk) (please ping when replying) 07:35, 8 July 2017 (UTC)

I am reverting certain edits. The name of the daughter is spelled differently in two places(infobox and body), had taken the spelling given in the source. The citation mentions the name. Had removed sources where it is repetitive or where there is already a source in place.Magentic Manifestations (talk) 07:46, 8 July 2017 (UTC)
@Magentic Manifestations: You'd actually spelt the daughter's name differently earlier. You're still removing URLs from citations; please revert this. There is also nothing wrong with having multiple sources. You're still removing Vidya Dehejia without an explanation. Please revert this as well. In fact, it will be best to first only re-format citations in a non-destructive manner and then perform separate edits for any changes that you make. Thank you.--Cpt.a.haddock (talk) (please ping when replying) 08:11, 8 July 2017 (UTC)