Social Reform Movements in India: A Historical Perspective
Bharat Itihas Samshodhak Mandal, 1991 - Social Science - 119 pages
The Papers Presented In This Book Relate To Social Reform Movements In Different Parts Of India From A Historical View Point. Many Of The Issues Raised At The Beginning Of The Nineteenth Century Still Exist.
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Attempts at Social Reform in Karnataka
Social Reform Movement in the 19th Century
An Early 19th Century Rationalistic
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abolition of sati advocated Agarkar Ambedkar Anglicist Arya Samaj B.R. Ambedkar Bengal renaissance Bhandarkar Bombay BPAIR Brahma Samaj Brahmin British rule Calcutta caste Hindus caste system child marriage Christian missionaries Congress cultural Dalit movement Dalits Datta Debendranath Debendranath Tagore depressed classes Derozians Dharmavivechan emancipation English education evils Ezhavas female education girls Hindu College Hindu society Hinduism Ibid Indian society influence Ishwarchandra Vidyasagar Jatav Jotiba Jotirao Phule Karnataka Keshabchandra Kopf kulinism leaders legislation Maharashtra Mahars Mahatma Marathi marriage of widows ment morphological order movement in India Muslim Mysore National nationalistic nineteenth century Non-Brahmin movement normative order organised Orientalist phase orthodox group political polygamy Poona Prarthana Samaj Pune R.C Majumdar Radhakanta Deb Rammohan Roy Ranade religion remarriage Satyashodhak movement Satyashodhak Samaj scheduled castes schools scriptures separate electorates Shahu Chhatrapati Shinde SITBR social reform movement socio-religious started Tilak tion tradition untouchables Vedas Vedic Vidyasagar Wahid Mirza Western widow-remarriage women Young Bengal