Welcome to Project Brahma
Thanks for registering on Project Brahma! This is a community initiative started by some Indian citizens based in India and the US aimed at getting more people involved in conservation of India's biodiversity legacy. By registering on this website and joining us, you have made this project even stronger!
The transition to this website would be easier for you if you create a profile page for yourself. Please follow the directions on the Creating user accounts page to get step-by-step directions on doing that.
We would be extremely happy to have you involved with this website. For a short list of activities that we have in mind for volunteers right now, please check out current projects for volunteers. In addition, here are a few pages you may feel worth exploring..
The following page also lists all the help pages we have created on Project Brahma:
If you have some specific projects in mind or if you need more help on any aspect of the website, do not hesitate to contact us anytime at thebrahmaproject at gmail dot com. Thank you again for registering with Project Brahma!
Coordinator, Project Brahma Initiative
Gauravm 15:10, 29 March 2011 (UTC)
Hi Himanshu, It was good to see you upload an image on this website. That is exactly what Project Brahma is about - increasing people participation. Please contact us at thebrahmaproject at gmail dot com if you want to get involved for the long term.
Also, it was unfortunate that the image that you uploaded was copyrighted. We do not want to cause any copyright violations on Project Brahma so we do not allow uploading of images. In case you want to embed an image into a page, in fact, you dont even have to upload. If the image is present on Wikimedia Commons, its as easy as typing [[File:<ImageName>.<ext>]]. For example, if the filename on Wikimedia Commons was Brahma.jpeg, i'd type [[File:Brahma.jpeg]] on the page on Project Brahma where I wanted to embed. And it would show up. For example, like this image:
Gauravm 22:43, 2 April 2011 (UTC)