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18th Century Revolts and Reform

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The Revolt of 1857: Causes, Nature, Importance and Outcomes

Feb 1, 2018
The Revolt of 1857 (Also regarded as India's First War of Independece) was an extremely important event in Indian history. It was initiated by the sepoy of the company which arouses the accumulated grievances of the people against the Company’s administration and of their dislike for the foreign regime.

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Ishwar Chandra Vidhya Sagar: Ideas and Teachings

Nov 24, 2017
Ishwar Chandra Vidhya Sagar was born in a poor Brahman family in 1820, and had a brilliant career as a student of Sanskrit. For his great learning, the Sanskrit College in Calcutta, of which he was the principal for a few years, conferred on him the title of ‘Vidyasagar’.

Ramakrishna Mission and Vivekananda: Contribution in Social Reform

Nov 24, 2017
The 19th century God-man of India was- Ramakrishna Paramhansa and Vivekananda. Ramkrishna Paramhansa’s and Vivekananda’s philosophies moved around harmony of religions. Ramakrishna Mission was founded in 1897 by the favourite disciple of Ramkrishna Paramhansa i.e. Vivekananda.

Socio-Religious Reform Movements and Reformers in India: A Complete Overview

May 17, 2017
The dawn of the 19th century witnessed the birth of new vision- a modern vision among some enlightened sections of the Indian society. This enlightened vision was to shape the course of events for decades to come and even beyond. Here, we are giving a complete overview on the Socio-Religious Reform Movements and Reformers in India that will enhance the knowledge of readers to understand, how Indian Society transformed after reform movements.

Theosophical Society: Roles and Features of the movement in India

Oct 12, 2015
The Theosophical Society was founded by Madame Blavatsky and Col. Olcott in 1875 in New York. It was only in 1879, that this ideology gained its roots in the Indian culture and Society. It was crystallised in the Madras Presidency with its headquarters in Adayar. The movement was popularised by Annie Besant in India.

Muslim Socio-Religious Movements in India

Oct 12, 2015
In the early 19th century, the first signs of Muslim awakening appeared under the leadership of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan of Bareilly in U.P. and Shariatullah of Bengal. This was happening due to the Christian Missionaries, influence of western ideas and modern education.

Syed Ahmad Khan | Aligarh Movement: Consequences & Objectives

Oct 12, 2015
Sir Syed Ahmed Khan was one of the greatest Muslim reformers of India. He interpreted Quran in the light of modern rationalism and science. His greatest achievement was the establishment of the Mohammedan Anglo Oriental College(Also known as Aligarh Muslim University) at Aligarh in 1875.

Reform Movements in Western India

Oct 12, 2015
The Prarthana Samaj is one of the prominent reform movement in western India which was founded in 1867 by Dr. Atmaram Pandurang, Mohadev Govind Ranade and Ramakrishna Bhandarkar against the caste system and the practice of untouchability.The leaders of the Prathana Samaj were influenced by the Brahmo Samaj.

Reform Movements in Southern India

Oct 12, 2015
The Reform Movements in Southern India draws inspiration from the Brahmo Samaj, Arya Samaj and other northern reforms movements. Chembeti Sridharalu Naidu, Narayan Guru,Kandukuri Veeresalingam were the most prominent leader of the Reform Movements in Southern India.

Social Legislation under British Rule

Oct 12, 2015
In the begining of the 19th century, Britishers injected various social legislation & the policies though helped in abolition of social evils prevalent at that time but gradually led to breach the socio-religious fabric of India since they were mainly focused and based on the English perception and attitude.

Ram Mohan Roy| Brahmo Samaj: Significance & Objectives

Oct 7, 2015
Raja Ram Mohan Roy is regarded as "Father of Modern India" who founded the first religious reform organisation i.e. Brahmo Samaj in 1828.The two most prominent leader of the Brahmo Samaj were Debendranath Tagore and Keshab Chandra Sen.

Vivian Derozio | Young Bengal Movement: Ideas, Objectives and Teaching

Oct 7, 2015
During the late 1820s and early 1830s, there was emergence of a radical and intellectual trend among the youth in Bengal, which came to be known as the ‘Young Bengal Movement’. A young Anglo-Indian, Henry Vivian Derozio, who taught at the Hindu College from 1826 to 1831, was the leader as well as inspirer of this progressive trend.

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