sadasya vaarta:AshishG

svaagat, AshishG!

vikipeediya ek mukt jnyaaanakosh hai jo vishvabhar ke yogadaanakartaao dvaara likha ja raha hai .

  • sahaayata karne ka aarambh karne ka ek saral maarg hai. jab aapko koi samasya dikhein - speling mein galati, shaayad, ya koi aspasht vaakya - to "badalein" kadi ko klik karein aur samasya ka samaadhaan karein . pannon ko badalne mein sankoch na karein
  • hindi vikipeediya mein lekh likhne ke liye aap jaise logon ki aavashyakta hai . aap ek naya panna aarambh kar sakatein hai ya aap kisi bhi lekh ko badal sakatein hai ya badha sakte hai . agar aap sochate hai ki aap kisi lekh ko bigaad deinge, to prayogasthal mein jaakar jitna ji chaahein panna badalne ka prayog kar sakte hai .
  • koi bhi badlaav kar sakta hai, yeh to hai, par account banaane ke laabh hain agar aapko niymitta se yogadaan dena hai | agar aapko judana hai, to account banaae aur naye sadasya log mein apna parichay dein (parichay dena aavashyak naheen hai) .

adhik jaankaari ke liye yeh kuchh kadiyaaain hai:

tyutoriyl vibhaag
  • vikikvet
  • nishpakshata
  • yogadaan dena
vikipeediya samaaj

ham aasha karte hai ki vikipeediya ko yogadaan dene mein aapko aanand aayega .

See also: Welcome gija 10:13, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

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  1. Firstly for proper viewing, it is recommended to keep all links NOT-UNDERLINED. Otherwise the maatra below the Hindi alphabets might get partly hidden behind the underlines. For this, please go to My Preferences (meri pasand) at the top of the page, then click Misc., and then choose "underline links -> Never". Save your settings. Also, do not click yes for "justify paragraphs", otherwise on some browsers, the devanagari script will appear highly distorted.
  2. All users are requested and encouraged to contribute articles here, especially, to create new articles on general topics. They are also encouraged to expand the existing articles, and improve upon them. A non-user can also do the same; it is recommended but not required to register yourself as a wikipedian user at the Hindi wikipedia. As far as possible, each article should be written with a Neutral Point of View (NPOV)—ano nationalistic or partiality or hatred based articles are welcome. The articles should be based on facts—aand appropriate references should be provided as and where needed. See the English wiki's help page for editing in general. Almost all the general wiki-features are available for editing on Hindi wiki too. Guidelines for the content matter is mostly the same as given in English wiki.
  3. Since the Hindi wiki is at its initial stages, users are welcome to take introduction and basic points from the English (or another) wikipedia's corresponding article and translate them for small articles. An in-page link to the English wiki's article will be deemed sufficient for references (a template might be created stating this). For longer articles, it is recommended to mention the references separately.
  4. Since most computer users in India and elsewhere have the standard Western-type keyboard, it is best recommended (but not necessarily required) to use the virtual (software) keyboard like the one of Hindimozhi or of ISIS (Tavultesoft Keyman)—awhich are freewares. These are advantageous because the contemporary Hindi-speakers in India often write messages/chat using Hindi words but written in Roman (English) script, and the layout of these keyboards is quite the same that such people use. For example, using the "normal" keyboard with this software, typing ga would give g and ghaa would give gha.
  5. Create the article with its name written in Hindi (devanagari script). Always take care to include the nukta (dot below) for foreign / Urdu loanwords wherever it occurs in the standard spelling. For non-Indian names, use that spelling (for article name and other words) which is commonly encountered in Hindi newspapers, G.K.-books, Hindi-dubbed TV documentaries and Hollywood films and magazines. e.g., America-amareeka (ya America), China-cheen, French-fraansisi. For English acronyms/short-forms, use the initials in Roman script, and again create a full form in Hindi and redirect it to the short form. e.g. IPA (antarraashtreeya dhvani varnaakshar); UNO (sanyukt raashtra sangh). Doing the opposite is also fine. But creating the article with the Hindi short form, as san0raa0san0, is not recommended. Also, the article proper must be written with the proper nukta, as faarasi, and then, a non-nukta (mis-)spelt version faarasi should preferably be created to redirect to the correct spelling.
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  8. If used, it is recommended to use the English words within the articles using the English (Roman) alphabets rather than devanagari (or better, the devanagari transliteration should be used in the sentence, followed by the English word in Roman alphabet in parentheses). Such words should be italicized and not put in quotation marks. Preferably, there should be an in-page interwiki link (like :en:) on the word to the English wikipedia. If the word comes as an integral part of a sentence, so as not to break the continuity, the en: prefix should be hidden by writing the word again after the pipe sign (piped link). Thus, recommended: Harry pautar ne ''[[:en:Pensieve|Pensieve]]'' ke andar ''[[:en:Little Hangleton|Little Hangleton]]'' gaaainv mein Lord voldemaurt ki maaain ''[[:en:Merope Gaunt|Merope Gaunt]]'' ko dekha. ''[[:en:Resplendent Quetzal|Resplendent Quetzal]]'' pakshi ke oopar ek meksikn paadari daa0 ''[[:en:Pablo de la Llave|Pablo de la Llave]]'' ne kaafi shodh kiya tha. Whence,
  9. Always start the first 1 or 2 lines of the article giving its definition (from any standard dictionary/other wiki) or suitable introduction. Thus, recommended: lalita sahasranaaman hindu dharmasudhaarak aadi shankaraachaarya dvaara rachit devi durga ko samarpit ek pooja-mantr hai, jise kai hindu roj shraddha se japate hain . But not: lalita sahasranaaman mantr japane ke liye laddoo-peda, taambul, sindoor, laal chunari ke saath nitya is mantr ka paath karein, to jald hi gada hua khjaana milega . Recommended: vaimaanik abhiyaantriki (en:Aeronautical engineering) vimaanon (en:Aircrafts) ki abhiklpana, nirmaan aur prachaalan karne ka vigyaan, kala aur kaarya hai . (translated from Eng. Webster's New World Dictionary). But not: aajkal vaimaanik abhiyaantriki ke liye deshbhar mein kai college khul gaye hain, jinmein agrani sthaan yootopiya sthit laaloo-Yadav teklink college ka hai .
  10. For names of countries, cities, places, languages, people, books, films, technical vocabulary, mythology, etc, start the article like this:
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  13. Use poornaviraam ( . ) instead of a period (.) for ending statements. The poornaviraam, semicolon, colon and dash (but not comma) must come after one space after the word to prevent ambiguity. Use the international form of the Hindu-Arabic numerals (1,2,3 instead of 1,2,3), as used by the Constitution and the Government of India (even for Hindi). There is no need to use the halant at the end of Sanskrit words wherever it occurs. Hence, prefer: sansad over sansad; atharvan over atharvan. Use the proper quotation marks “a” from the Insert toolbox, not "". Write dates as 2 May 2006 (isavi or isaapoorv). Write time as 3:45 pm. Separate common suffix-words like shaastr, vigyaan, gyaan with a hyphen. Thus: rasaayan-shaastr. For most others, leave both the words of the noun-cluster free. Combine them into one word only if it is very common to do so. Thus: saamaved.
  14. The use of za for the en:voiced alveolar fricative (/z/, as in zoo, rose) is fundamentally wrong. Its nearest counterpart is the en:voiceless alveolar fricative /s/ (as in sea), and not Hindi j (en:voiced palatal plosive). Hence, it is suggested and recommended that for the sound /z/, whether it comes in English (etc.) spellings (z) for while pronunciation otherwise, should be transcribed as s (s with a dot below, available in the Insert toolbox). Hence: Reason reesn, not reejn ; Roses roses, not rojej. But common Hindi words borrowed from Persian/Arabic (so-called Urdu words) are allowed to continue with za spelling. Thus: jra, nazar, tarj. The en:voiced postalveolar fricative (/ʒ/ as in treasure), inexistent in Hindi, can similarly be transcribed with sh. Thus: treasure traishr. The nukta (dot) available in the Insert toolbox can be combined with various consonants to suggest a more exact phonetic devanagari rendering of foreign sounds. E.g., since phonetically, English Think and this are not equal to think and dis, a better transcription could be think and dis. Please take care of the dot below in so-called Urdu words, otherwise the Hindi spelling is deemed incorrect.
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  16. Use half-na before t, th, the, dh, na, instead of anuswaar an. Use half-m before p, f, b, bh, m. Use the anuswaar before all the rest of the consonants (not half-ङ, nya, n). If the maatra is not above the alphabet, use chandra-bindu, but only for nasalization. Thus: andar, not andar ; ant, not ant ; hindi, not hindi ; sambhav, not sambhav ; panchami, not panyachami ; anda, not anda ; kanth, not kanth ; land, not laind ; aaainkh, not aankh. However, both forms are acceptable in contemporary Hindi as well as here; the prec. are just recommendations.
  17. When proceded by another vowel, use the pure vowels instead of ya (unless the ya is clearly articulated while pronouncing). Thus : jaaeain, not jaayein (not jaavein) ; aaega, not aayega . However, both forms are acceptable in contemporary Hindi as well as here.
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Thank you,

Magicalsaumy (Cygnus — hans) 18:29, 25 June 2006 (UTC)

priya AshishG, hindi vikipeediya par aapka svaagat hai!

निर्वाचित सूची उम्मीदवार का सिम्बल

vikipeediya ek mukt jnyaaanakosh hai jo vishvabhar ke yogadaanakartaaon dvaara likha ja raha hai.
kuchh bhi likhne se pehle krupaya sahaayata ke nimnaankit prushthon ko dhyaan se padhein:

kisi bhi vaarta/samvaad prushth, chaupaal ya anya kaheen bhi jahaan sadasyon ke madhya vaarta hoti hai, par apna sandesh chhodne ke baad apna hastaakshar avashya chhode. iske liye apne sandesh ki samaapti par --~~~~ likh dein.

ham aasha karte hai ki aapko vikipeediya se judne mein aanand aaega.

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