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Social Reformers of Western India
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This lesson discusses various social reformers of Western India. The following are covered: Bal Shastri Jambedkar and Gyan Prakash Mandalis, Jyotirao Phule and the Satyashodhak Samaj, Dadabhai Nauroji, Paramhansa Mandalis, Gopal Krishna Gokhale and Gopal Hari Deshmukh.

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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kindly provide some link or videos for the kvs prt exam .for gs evs and pedagogy specially eng and hindi
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these are 2 different books Sarvajanik Satyadharma & Gulamgiri
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Nandini your lectures are good!Could you please highlight those parts of your lecture which have been a base for previous year UPSC questions.This way you'ld not be required to give us further details about that specific part.Moreover,we'ld also have an idea about the framing of questions.Thank you for your efforts!!!!!
By 1889, socialist parties had been founded in numerous European nations and the need for another International was felt. The Second, or Socialist, International, was founded in that year at a Paris congress.The Second International did much to advance labor legislation and strengthen the democratic socialist movement. It failed in the prevention of war. On the outbreak (1914) of World War I nearly all the socialist parties supported their individual governments, and the Second International collapsed.
it's Gulamgiri not Gulamgin
your voice is not uniform..sometimes very loud ..sometimes unaudible
  1. REFORMERS IN WESTERN INDIA BY NANDINI MAHARAJ


  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. REFORMERS IN WESTERN INDIA 1. Bal Shastri Jambedkar 2. Gyan Prakash Mandali (org.) 3. Jyotirao Phule and the Satyashodhak Samaj 4. Dadabhai Nauroji 5. Paramhansa Mandali (org.) 6. Gopal Krishna Gokhale 7. Gopal Hari Deshmukh


  4. BAL SHASTRI JAMBEDKAR 1812-1846 ."Father of Marathi Journalism" .1832: Started a weekly Darpan First Marathi newspaper .Took up issues of widow remarriage and outdated Took up ssues of widow remarrage and outdated orthodoxy in Hindus Started the Native Improvement Society, which inspired the Gyan Prakash Mandalis (Students Literary and Scientific Society)


  5. JYOTIRAO PHULE 1827-1890 .Low caste, mali Worked for gender (widow remarriage, girls education) and caste-based social reforms Wrote Sarvajanik Satyadharma Gulamgin Founded the Satyashodhak Samaj in 1873 Aims: social service and education for women and lower castes


  6. DADABHAI NAUROJI 1825-1917 Parsi intellectual, educator, trader, economist, social and political leader First Asian to be a British MP (Liberal Party member) Founded INC with A.O Hume and D.E Wacha Wrote Poverty and UnBritish Rule in India .Drain of wealth theory Member of the Second International Agitated for legal status, fair inheritance and marriage laws for Parsi's.


  7. PARAMHANSA MANDALI 1849, Maharashtra .Started by Dadoba Pandurang Monotheistic Wanted to break caste rules Meetings had food cooked by lower caste people, eaten by all Advocated women's education and widow remarriage Branches of the Mandali existed in other parts of . Branches of the Mandali existed in other parts of Maharashtra as well


  8. GOPAL KRISHNA GOKHALE 1866-1915 .Social and political leader Moderate INC leader (President 1905, Benaras) .Founded the Servants of India Society in 1905 to Train national missionaries for the service of Indiaa .Constitutionally promote interests of Indian people .Spread education in India Associated with English weekly newspaper Mahratta; daily newspaper Jnanaprakash


  9. GOPAL HARI DESHMUKH 1823-1892 Lokahitawadi' Advocated rationalism, secularism, modernity and humanism for Indian society . Social and religious equality