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This lesson talks about introduction to the social reform movements of modern Indian history in the 19th century.

Nandini Maharaj is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Nandini Maharaj
MA in Applied Human Rights from Sheffield Hallam University, BA (Hons.) History from LSR, reader, dancer, love to teach, AIR 42 in 2018 UPSC

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Sir is ur lesson enough for paper 2.... Or we need to refer something else.
Ashish Malik
7 months ago
its not enough i will be doing some value addition in this
Manish Bhatt
7 months ago
Thank you Sir. Please provide the link for remaining topic for paper 2.
why u don't speak in hindi madam ????? Is english is ur Mother language
U r my favorite favorite favorite educator. 😌☺
mam , please talk in Hindi also
mam ,please illustrate in hindi language
Morden history explain can u speach

  2. ABOUT ME BA (Hons.) in History from Lady Shri Ram MA in Applied Human Rights from Sheffield Hallam University Love to teach, read and dance

  3. TOPICS DISCUSSED .Caste based reform movements (Hindus) Area wise discussion Bengal, Western India (Gujarat and Maharashtra) and Southern India .Reforms in Islamic society of India .Leaders and organizations taking up the question of social reform Gender based reforms are NOT discussed: will be discussed in a separate course More lessons will be added on request. Please request in the Q&A section ,v

  4. LESSONS IN THE COURSE 1. Overview 2. Brahmo Samaj 3. Ramakrishna Mission 4. Arya Samaj 5. Young Bengal Movement 6. The Aligarh Movement 7. The Theosophical Society 8. Social Reformers in Western India 9. Social Reformers in Southern India 10. More lessons if requested ,v

  5. RELEVANT MAINS QUESTIONS (2005-15) 1. 20 words on Vaikom Satyagrah (2008) 2. What was the character of the social religious reforms in the 19th century India and how did they contribute to the National awakening in India? (2007) 3. Characterize the main features of Indian renaissance (150 words, 2006) ,v