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Rammohan Roy: The Era of Socio-Economic Reforms

Dr. Sangh Mittra (Editor)
Synopsis During the Viceroyalty of William Bentinck, there was much excitement and benevolent efforts towards social reforms. The true reformer, Raja Rammohan Roy, came forward to eradicate social evils in our society. The practices of Sati, infanticide, widow-remarriage, propagation of education etc. were seriously taken up by him. Undoubtedly the theme is well-knit giving necessary details of social problems and the efforts for their solution. One could say with confidence that Raja Rammohan Roy succeeded in many ways. The book would be useful for teachers and students in India and abroad.
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About the author

Dr. Sangh Mittra

Dr. Sangh Mittra is Deputy Director (Research) in Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi, a National Institute of repute. Besides her academic responsibilities in the council, she is intensively involved in other academic activities. She is an eminent social scientist and author of more then three dozen books in History and Archaeology and several research in reputed research journal. She did her M.A., L.L.B, Ph.D. in Archaeology from University of Lucknow and is submitting her D. Litt. Work shortly. She has been presenting research papers in National and International seminars and member of International and national Institutions, societies and has academic links with numerous institutions of higher learning. She is honorary professor and director of B.R. Ambedkar Social Sciences Institute, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, U.P.

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Title Rammohan Roy: The Era of Socio-Economic Reforms
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8171697631
length viii+229p.
Subjects History