Though Wikipedia may be useful for getting basic information about particular topic, However, Wikipedia can not be considers as reliable source to cite or take a reference.
From Ten things you may not know about Wikipedia:
We do not expect you to trust us
It is in the nature of an open collaboration and work-in-progress like Wikipedia that quality may vary over time, and from article to article. While some articles are of the highest quality of scholarship, others are admittedly complete rubbish. Also, since Wikipedia can be edited by almost anyone anytime, articles may be prone to errors, including vandalism. So please do not use Wikipedia to make critical decisions. This encyclopedia is especially useful for improving familiarity with a subject and its jargon, and for learning search terms with which to further explore a subject beyond Wikipedia. Helpful external links are also provided to assist you in learning more.
Which is more clear from Wikipedia:General disclaimer:
WIKIPEDIA MAKES NO GUARANTEE OF VALIDITY
Wikipedia is an online open-content collaborative encyclopedia; that is, a voluntary association of individuals and groups working to develop a common resource of human knowledge. The structure of the project allows anyone with an Internet connection to alter its content. Please be advised that nothing found here has necessarily been reviewed by people with the expertise required to provide you with complete, accurate or reliable information.
That is not to say that you will not find valuable and accurate information in Wikipedia; much of the time you will. However, Wikipedia cannot guarantee the validity of the information found here. The content of any given article may recently have been changed, vandalized or altered by someone whose opinion does not correspond with the state of knowledge in the relevant fields. Note that most other encyclopedias and reference works also have disclaimers.
So, We can't trust Wikipedia always i.e., Wikipedia is not considered as reliable source all the time.
Many times (as being a good/quality encyclopedia) you may find a Wikipedia article very helpful but sometimes it may have incorrect or wrong information.
Also note that most parts may be written by Western academic as pointed out in a comment here
So, it is recommended to cite "Scriptural Source" or scholarly source like works of Aacharyas or well reputed books etc. than (or in addition to) Wikipedia.
Update: Can we add a citation banner for answers that rely solely on Wikipedia?