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Hello, I am Tamravidhir. Welcome to my user page. If you wish to know who I am and what I do then you may go through this page. If you wish to talk to me then you may leave me a message on my talk page.

To briefly state how I came to be on Wikipedia, I would start with 24 December 2011, when I created this account on the English Wikipedia. I still recall why I created my account that day; the purpose primarily being to edit the article on Meera.[A] Since that day I started editing extensively.[B] A few months later I created my first article,[C] and in late May 2012 I changed my username from 'Jagadhatri' to 'Tamravidhir'.[D] I applied for rollback rights in early 2012 and was granted the same, until August 2019.[E] I was also granted with pending changes reviewer rights some time later. In August 2012, I helped promote an article to the status of GA class — the article being that on the Nawabs of Bengal and Murshidabad.[F] My edit count for May 2012, for the first and only time in a month ever, crossed the 2,000 edits mark.[G]

Over the years, my contributions have remarkably and significantly dwindled, owing to school and personal affairs, but I am content for having been here since 2011. I am grateful to have been successful in helping a DYK from a newly created article by me get featured on the English Wikipedia main page, on 21 October 2014 — the article being on the Indian television series, Everest.[H] My second DYK credit goes to the article on the Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Bill, 2019, the DYK from which was featured on the same main page on 31 August 2019.[I] I presently have three GA nominations pending on the English Wikipedia, including the article on Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Bill, 2019, and the other two being on the Gateway of India[J] and the HIV and AIDS (Prevention and Control) Act, 2017. In recent times, User:Lingzhi2's User:Lingzhi2/reviewsourcecheck and User:Lingzhi/reviewsourcecheck have helped me immensely with citations.

If you may wish to collaborate on articles, you may check User:Tamravidhir/sandbox#To-do to see the articles I am interested in.[K] If you may wish to peruse the tokens and gestures of kindness I have received, and barnstars my colleagues have been generous enough to bestow on me, you may refer to User:Tamravidhir/Mementoes.

Lastly, I am thankful to User:Moonriddengirl who is to be duly credited for the format and layout of my user page and talk page, as it stands today, given that the formatting has been directly replicated from those of theirs.[L]

  1. ^ Though I never went back to work substantially on the article
  3. ^ Though Samta, India is my first article, I am particularly proud of my third article on Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay's Sarat Chandra Kuthi located in Samta.
  4. ^ Jagadhatri, is the name of a Hindu goddess popular in the east of the Indian subcontinent. Tamravidhir is gibberish.
  5. ^ Pfft, never again!
  6. ^ Personally not proud of the article given its seeming lack of scholar-liness.
  7. ^ Quite some summer vacation.
  8. ^ The culmination of my spree of edits to articles on Indian television shows and channels. Bade Achhe Lagte Hain still stands to be my top-most edited page with over 600 edits attributed to me. Fun fact: I have never watched the Everest series!
  9. ^ My first attempt at merging learnings as a law student with my edits to Wikipedia. The article also came after an almost three years long sabbatical from Wikipedia.
  10. ^ Being reviewed currently.
  11. ^ Help and assistance is much sought after.
  12. ^ User: Moonriddengirl helped me patiently and immensely in my early days with understanding copyrights and copyrights violation policies on Wikipedia. Constant guidance and help has also poured in from other editor-admins such as User:Yunshui and User:Titodutta—both of whom I hold in high regard—with Tito having encouraged me in my earliest days in 2011/12.