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Hey Bracknell. I like your user page. It is very smart. Thanks for contributions to the Gujurat page. However, I should point out that on Wikitravel we try to keep lists of cities and other destinations to maximum of nine, so ideally the least important towns should be relocated to the district articles. As an example of how a state article should be arranged, take a look at these: Karnataka and Maharashtra. In addition, if you plan to become a regular contributor, you might find it helpful to check out these articles: Wikitravel:Tips for new contributors and Wikitravel:Manual of style. Finally, if you have any questions, please feel free to ask me or any of the other regular contributors. Take it easy. WindHorse 10:58, 28 July 2007 (EDT)

No problem, and please ask if you you have any questions. WindHorse 11:03, 28 July 2007 (EDT)
Hi sorry, it's me bugging you again. Thanks for moving the towns around. However, on Wikitravel, we call all centers of population 'Cities,' so the 'towns and villages' section should eventually be removed totally, with any important towns being moved onto the 'Cities' list (Karnataka is a good example of how the 'Regions' and 'Cities' lists should be arranged). The remaining ones should then be relocated to their specific regional articles and listed under 'Cities.' However, as most of the regional articles have not yet been started, what you have done is fine for now. I'm just giving you the final goal. Anyway, I'm sorry I cannot help, but Gurjarat is total blank for me. All I know is that it was the birth place of Mahatma Gandhi and that's about it. Take it easy. WindHorse 11:52, 28 July 2007 (EDT)

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