Welcome to The Sethi Community

Please feel free to explore any of the pages on our community (without needing to register!). And if you decide to join the community, you’ll be able to create your own page(s) with whatever content you like under the user_pages directory. Also, please see the syntax reference guide for our markup language guide, as well.

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Nota Bene: You only need to register if you’d like to edit or create pages. Uploading is turned off except for moderators (please email community [at] sethi [dot] org if you’d like to have moderator access).

Registration is quite easy:

  • Simply click the Login link
  • Then, click the Register link and fill out the username, fullname, and email fields (no other information is required!)
  • Finally, check your email for your new password and Login

Creating/Deleting Pages and Directories

Create a page: The easiest way to create a new page is to just create a link to the new page on a pre-existing page you have editing rights on. Then, click the link and you will be given the option to create the page by clicking the Create This Page link. This is also the best way because all pages stay linked.

Create a directory: You can create a directory exactly the same way you create a new page; just try to navigate to a new page within that new directory and click the Create This Page link.

Delete a page: This is a three-step process:

  1. Click Edit this page
  2. Select and erase all of the current content
  3. When you click Save, the page will be deleted
    • Please Note: if you created the page by first creating a link, you will also have to delete that link to remove the page forever.

Latest Changes/Posts

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sagar sethi sagar sethi, 2009/06/12 21:05:

ok heres the story, im 22 living it up im australia, when i was in india bout 8 yrs ago we had to go to haridwar for my mums cremation follow ups, there one of the pandit ji had a big rolled up record book. Now the excieting part, what we (me n my cousins) are told since birth is that sethi’s had a bid area to themselves called camelpur and thats somewhere past pakistan. When we were in haridwar the monk told us that the oldest record of a sethi they have is way before brithish came to india, some one called heera sethi came with few people to do the follow up rituals.. i have a handmade familt tree back home in india, would love to submit a copy here when i go back, until then, help ur fellow cousin and look at my website… ha ha . cheers! <a href=“http://www.3rdace.yolasite.com/” >

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