|Welcome to My Home @ Wikipedia|
- I am Ganesh Dhamodkar from Nagpur, India. I am here to build the encyclopedia more comprehensive and more reliable.
- I have been on Wikipedia for 13 years, 3 months and 30 days.
- I have Autoreviewing and Reviewing rights on English Wikipedia. (Verify)
- I have made about 2500 edits on this Wikipedia. I know that this number is not that much impressive, but I believe that mere edit count cannot be the reflection of quality and quantity of a user's contribution. I prefer to preview the page before finally saving it and having to make many subsequent minor edits. I have also made about 700 edits to Marathi Wikipedia.
- I have been an active contributor to Wikimedia Commons. You can see all my contributions at this page on Commons.
- I personally do not like using userboxes on my userpage.
- I believe that Wikipedia is the most democratic thing that the modern world has discovered.
- I love to read, non-fiction and fiction.
- You can also find me on Twitter (@aintgd) or on my blog.
|This is the list of articles created or expanded by me appeared on Wikipedia Mainpage in Did you know section.
Did you know?
- ... that Mhaimbhat is considered the first known prose writer in the Marathi language? (appeared on Main Page on January 21, 2018)
- ... that Robert Gill spent 15 years in India copying (pictured) the painted murals of the Ajanta Caves, but most of his work was destroyed in two fires in London? (co-creators Johnbod, Bigturtle, 7&6=thirteen; appeared on main page on November 3, 2012)
- ... that Babu Hardas started the practice of exchanging the greeting Jai Bhim among the Dalits in India?(appeared on Wikipidia Main Page on April 19, 2010).
- ... that Jhalkaribai fought with the East India Company army in disguise as Queen Laxmibai of Jhansi during the Indian Rebellion of 1857 to let the queen escape easily out of the fort? (appeared on Wikipidia Main Page on March 21, 2010).
- ... that Bhausaheb Kolte was the first to edit Leela Charitra, the first written biography in the Marathi language? (appeared on Wikipidia Main Page on January 20, 2009).
- ... that Deekshabhoomi is the place in Nagpur, India, where thousands of people embraced Buddhism on October 14, 1956? (appeared on Wikipidia Main Page on January 14, 2009).
- ... that the practice of agriculture in India had started by 9000 BCE? (nominated by me, appeared on Wikipidia Main Page on January 13, 2009).
- ... that a march fracture is a fracture of metatarsals mostly occurring in soldiers who need to do a lot of marching? (appeared on Wikipidia Main Page on December 26, 2008).
- ... that tropical ulcers are lesions occurring on the ankles of those who often go barefoot? (appeared on Wikipidia Main Page on December 22, 2008).
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