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<strike>It seems the content of Kerala is copied out from another site, According to Wikitravel's policy, texts from other sites are prohibited as they are copyrighted unless they are released into public domain or either you have the consent of the author. -SnappyHip
OK, there are 3 of us who have tried to explain to you what is wrong with your additions to the Kerala page, but you insist on reverting them. This site has policy that defines what is suitable for where. I clearly stated on the Kerala talk page that listings of churches, mosques, temples, etc are NOT suitable for a Region (or in this case State) page. The listings you are putting here need to be added to the individual City pages. There is no negotiation on this, and your edits will continue to be reverted until they fall in line with site policy. If you continue to revert against teh site's policies you will find yourself becoming even more unpopular and possibly end up with a temporary ban. Of course, this is not something any of us want... We have tried to assist you to work out where you are going wrong and what you need to do for your contributions to be welcomed to the site. However, as it becomes more aparant you are either not listening to us, or just going ahead against what we are telling you, I cannot be responsible for the consequences down the road.
Please, for your sake as much as anyone else's, stop the continual reversals of edits to Kerala, read the advice you have been given and contribute in a way that we can all appreciate. Nrms 12:01, 8 March 2010 (EST)
Hi there. Can you please give us a run down on the sources of the images you have uploaded please? This one for example appears to come from Lonely Planet. All images at Wikitravel must comply with our copyleft licence. If you own the images, and are granting a Creative Commons Licence on them, then no problem. Otherwise it is likely that they will not comply. Thank very much.--Burmesedays 05:48, 10 March 2010 (EST)
This image is from Wikipedia, an image from Wikicommons- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Munnar_hillstation_kerala.jpg.
This is licensed to use in all wiki areas by the user. This is a free image and freely available on net. And I own this picture, with permission from its original user- Bimal K.C, a freelancer photographer and my friend, who has given permission to me.
All pictures currently in Kerala page, mostly belongs to wikicommons and used extensively in other wikipedia, thereby licensed use in Wikitravel
Kay next time please put the link where you have taken the picture because it has confused us. Have a nice evening. -SnappyHipCaesarSaladChallenges 20:46, 10 March 2010 (GST)