# '''নিৰ্দেশ পুথি ।''' While Wikipedia has descriptions of people, places and things, an [[WP:WIAA|article]] should not read like a "how-to" style [[owners manual]], [[advice column]] ([[Wikipedia:Legal disclaimer|legal]], [[Wikipedia:Medical disclaimer|medical]] or otherwise) or [[suggestion box]]. This includes tutorials, walk-throughs, instruction manuals, game guides, and recipes.<ref>The how-to restriction does not apply to the [[Wikipedia:Project namespace|project namespace]], where [[:Category:Wikipedia how-to|"how-to"s relevant to editing Wikipedia itself]] are appropriate, such as [[Wikipedia:How to draw a diagram with Dia]]. Also, in the [[ৱিকিপিডিয়া:মূল নামস্থান|মূল নামস্থান]], describing to the reader how other people or things use something is encyclopedic; instructing the reader in the [[imperative mood]] about how to use something is not.</ref> If you are interested in a "how-to" type of manual, you may want to look at [[wikiHow]], [http://how-to.wikia.com/wiki/How_To How to Wiki] or our sister project, [[Wikibooks]].
# '''ভ্ৰমণ সহায়িকা ।''' An article on [[Paris]] should mention landmarks, such as the [[Eiffel Tower]] and the [[Louvre]], but not the telephone number or street address of your favorite hotel, nor the current price of a ''café au lait'' on the [[Champs-Élysées]]. Wikipedia is not the place to recreate content more suited to entries in hotel or culinary guides, travelogues, and the like. Notable locations may meet the inclusion criteria, but the resulting articles need not include every tourist attraction, restaurant, hotel or venue, etc. Such details may be welcome at [[Wikitravel]] or [http://travel.wikia.com/wiki/Wikia_Travel Wikia travel] instead.
# '''ভিডিঅ' গেম হাতপুথি ।''' An article about a [[computer game]] or [[video game]] should summarize the main actions the player does to win the game. But avoid lists of gameplay weapons, items, or concepts. Detailed coverage of specific point values, achievements, time-limits, levels, types of enemies, character moves, character weight classes, and so on are also considered inappropriate. A concise summary is appropriate if it is essential to understanding the game or its significance in the industry. See [[WP:VGSCOPE]].
# '''ইণ্টাৰনেটৰ হাতপুথি ।''' Wikipedia articles should not exist '''''only''''' to describe the nature, appearance or services a website offers, but should also describe the site in an ''encyclopedic manner'', offering detail on a website's achievements, impact or historical significance, which can be kept significantly more up-to-date than most reference sources, since editors can incorporate new developments and facts as they are made known. See the [[Portal:Current events|Current events portal]] for examples.
# '''প্ৰশ্নোত্তৰ ।'''
Wikipedia articles should not list [[প্ৰশ্নোত্তৰ|সঘনাই উঠা প্ৰশ্ন]] (FAQs) . Instead, format the information provided as neutral prose within the appropriate article(s).
# '''পাঠ্যপুথি বা টীকাযুক্ত পাঠ''' Wikipedia is an encyclopedic reference, not a textbook. The purpose of Wikipedia is to present facts, not to teach subject matter. It is not appropriate to create or edit articles that read as textbooks, with leading questions and systematic problem solutions as examples. These belong on our sister projects, such as [[Wikibooks]], [[Wikisource]], and [[Wikiversity]]. Other kinds of examples, specifically those intended to ''inform'' rather than to ''instruct'', may be appropriate for inclusion in a Wikipedia article.
# '''বৈজ্ঞানিক আলোচনী বা গৱেষণা পত্ৰ ।''' A Wikipedia article should not be presented on the assumption that the reader is well versed in the topic's field. Introductory language in the [[WP:LEAD|lead]] and initial sections of the article should be written in plain terms and concepts that can be understood by any literate reader of Wikipedia without any knowledge in the given field before advancing to more detailed explanations of the topic. While [[WP:LINK|wikilinks]] should be provided for advanced terms and concepts in that field, articles should be written on the assumption that the reader will not or cannot follow these links, instead attempting to infer their meaning from the text.