Sarkarverse:Pillars of Sarkarverse

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Sarkarverse stands on ten pillars.

There are ten pillars of Sarkarverse. These pillars are the most important rules or guidelines on Sarkarverse.

Sarkarverse is a wikipedia

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Sarkarverse is a specialized wikipedia – an online and wiki-based encyclopedia, dedicated to the life and works of Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar. Sarkarverse is not a general discussion forum, a soapbox, a blog, a journal, an advertising platform, a vanity press, an experiment in anarchy or political democracy, an indiscriminate collection of information, or a Web directory. Sarkarverse is also not a dictionary, a newspaper, or a collection of source documents, although some elements or aspects of those may be found here.

Sarkarverse content is true

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Sarkarverse strives to provide accurate and helpful information. Toward that end, Sarkarverse gives equal importance to all three sources or validations of knowledge (perception, inference, and authority), recognizing that each of the three may be subject to error. Inevitably, some amount of inaccuracy might exist in any article. Some known inaccuracy might even remain in an article when, on the whole, the article is somehow more informative with the content containing the inaccuracy than it would be otherwise (for example, in case of an inaccuracy in an attached audio or audio-related file). When in doubt about the accuracy of any content in an article or when a direct edit of inaccurate content might not be appropriate, use the Discussion page of articles to view, report, or discuss accuracy considerations.

Sarkarverse content is relevant

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Sarkarverse articles are directly related to Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar and his works. Helpful links to general topics on other wikis (notably Wikipedia) may be incorporated into articles on Sarkarverse, but such topics need not and should not have a dedicated article on Sarkarverse.

Sarkarverse content is notable

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Sarkarverse articles should be notable in their own right. Sarkarverse does not need to document each and every little thing in the life of Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar. An original discourse of his might be sufficiently notable for a separate article, but the color of a shirt he wore on a particular day probably would not be. More stringent notability requirements apply to articles about persons other than Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar and works not directly attributed to him.

Sarkarverse content is verifiable

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Sarkarverse content is not mere hearsay. As far as possible, all critical and pertinent citations or logic should be included in each article. Any content that is not verifiable may be challenged or even removed.

Sarkarverse content is impartial

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Sarkarverse does not engage in advocacy or debate. Rather, Sarkarverse articles document events and concepts in an unbiased fashion. The language is strictly neutral, and alternate points of view are reported. For the most part though not always, editors' original research, personal experiences, interpretations, and opinions are not appropriate content. One notable exception would be where an editor provides a more accurate translation of material from the original language of publication.

Sarkarverse content is free

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Sarkarverse editors freely license their work to the public. Anyone may use, modify, and distribute all Sarkarverse articles. To maintain the open-source nature of this site, copyright laws must be respected, and the work of others must not be plagiarized.

Sarkarverse editors are courteous and constructive

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Virtually every article on Sarkarverse contains input from multiple editors, each of them trying to improve the content. Therefore, to grow Sarkarverse, veteran editors welcome and assist newcomers; and all editors treat each other with respect, even when disagreeing. Whenever content disputes arise, instead of edit wars or other disruptions, consensus should be sought on a talk page. Rational solutions on Sarkarverse typically satisfy everyone to some extent.

Sarkarverse discipline promotes coordinated cooperation

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Sarkarverse is a collective endeavor. The discipline on Sarkarverse is entirely to promote coordinated cooperation toward a common goal. Though no one wants to accept the hegemony of others, any collective endeavor requires discipline, preferably voluntary but sometimes compulsory. For example, when consensus cannot be achieved, dispute resolution might be required.

Sarkarverse is progressive

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Improving Sarkarverse is the primary objective here. Sarkarverse has policies and guidelines, but they are not dogma. Even the content and interpretation of these ten pillars will certainly change over time. Whenever the improvement of Sarkarverse requires the breaking of any rule or the general interpretation of any rule, so be it.