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Sukh | ਸੁਖ

সুখ | सुख | સુખ | ಸುಖ್ | സുഖ് | ஸுக் | సుఖ్ | سکھ

ਕੋਈ ਬੋਲੈ ਰਾਮ ਰਾਮ ਕੋਈ ਖੁਦਾਇ ॥
kōī bōlai rām rām kōī khudāi
Some call Him, 'Raam, Raam', and some call Him, 'Khuda'.
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You'll see me contributing on a wide variety of articles - with particular interest in Sikhism, Punjabi, Gurmukhi and general Indian culture.


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Edit Count

  • As of 22 July 2006:
Total edits: 5238
Distinct pages edited: 1209
Average edits/page: 4.333


Major Contributions

General Articles

...and many, many, more...

Help/Community Pages

To Do

Separate Punjab's districts and cities.

Move categories such as Category:Cities and towns in Punjab to Category:Cities and towns in Punjab (Pakistan). Reorganise categories (e.g. Category:Punjab (Pakistan)) and place all Punjab categories in Category:Punjab.

Redirect links pointing to Punjab, India to Punjab (India) also rename appropriate categories.

Tidy up Sikhism. Summarise main points and put more indepth information in subarticles.

Sort out Punjab map.

Rename characters in Gurmukhi so they are accurate transliterations. Write more about the script and talk about archaic Gurmukhi conventions.

Formulate transliteration rules for Gurmukhi based on ISO 15919.

Persue NPOV'ing of Khalistan, Operation Blue Star, Babbar Khalsa and related articles.

Clarify Landa and Lande scripts.

Maybe start article that talks about the theory of creation in relation to Sikhism?

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May add some balance to the Khalistan article? [1].