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Summary of Religious and Social reform movement (in Hindi)
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Chapter 2 part 5

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  3. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan and the Aligarh Movement The Aligarh Movement emerged as a liberal, modern trend among the Muslim intelligentsia based in Mohammedan Anglo-Oriental College, Aligarh It aimed at spreading: a. modern education among Indian Muslims without weakening their allegiance to lslam b. social reforms among Muslims relating to purdah, polygamy, widow remarriage, women's education, slavery, divorce, etc. The ideology of the followers of the movement was based on a liberal interpretation of the Quran and they sought to harmonise Islam with modern liberal culture They wanted to impart a distinct socio-cultural identity to Muslims on modern lines. Soon, Aligarh became the centre of religious and cultural revival of the. Muslim community

  4. Sikh Reform Movements The Sikh community could not remain untouched by the rising tide of rationalist and progressive ideas of the nineteenth century. The Singh Sabha Movement was founded at Amritsar in 1873 with a two-fold objective: a. to make available modern western education to the Sikhs b. to counter the proselytizing activities of Christian missionaries as well as Hindu revivalists For the first objective, a network of Khalsa schools was established by the Sabha throughout Punjab. The Akali movement was an offshoot of the Singh Sabha Movement

  5. REFORM MOVEMENTS: AMONG HINDUS Bengal Raja Ram-mohan Roy and Brahmo Samaj Debendranath Tagore and Tattvabodhini Sabha Keshub Chandra Sen and Brahmo Samaj of India Prarthana Samaj Derozio and Young Bengal Movement Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar Western India Bal Shastri Jambekar Students' Literary and Scientific Societies Pararnhansa Mandalis Jyotiba Phule and Satyashodhak Samaj Gopalhari Deshmukh Lokahitawadi' Gopal Ganesh Agarkar Servants of India Society tma Phule Savitribai P

  6. REFORM MOVEMENTS: AMONG HINDUS AMONG MUSLIMS Southern India "Sri Narayana Dharma Paripalana .Wahabi/Walliullah Movement Ahmadiya Movement Syed Ahmed Khan and Aligarh Movemer Movement - Vokkaliga Sangha -Justice Movement -Self-respect Movement -Deoband Movement AMONG PARSIS "Rahnumai Mazdayasnan Sabha Temple Entry Movement All India Ramakrishna Movement and Vivekananda AMONG SIKHS Dayanand Saraswati and Arya Samaj . Singh Sabha Movement -Akali Movement Theosophical Movement

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