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Removed Land under irrigation totals 46.5 million hac.

Hac should be explained. Some sources suggest that hac = hectare, but then this is more than the total area.--Patrick 22:09, 4 Aug 2004 (UTC)

How is the clean up I have done be considered vandalism. As it can clearly be seen that there is many grammer mistakes above. As well as the fact that there are two (,) next to each other. Please explain why my changes are considered vandalism?

Weird stuff with reverting vandalism[edit]

Someone had deleted everything but the first paragraph, and the bot had reverted it, but the revert didn't dispaly. I clicked undo at the edit that had blanked the article, and then clicked submit, it displays correctly now, but my revert is not shown in the edit history, probably because it's not changed from the edit the bot made -- when I clicked edit after the bot had reverted, the source was correct but when I clicked article it was the same as before the bot's revert. The revert had been about three hours before that, immediately after the blanking.

Is this for real?[edit]

"Spirit possession has been documented in modern Rajasthan. Some of the spirits possessing Rajasthanis are seen as good and beneficial, while others are seen as malevolent. The good spirits include murdered royalty, the underworld god Bhaironji, and Muslim saints. Bad spirits include perpetual debtors who die in debt, stillborn infants, deceased widows, and foreign tourists." lol!