4 edition of Raja Rammohun Roy and the Indian renaissance found in the catalog.
|Statement||Shashi Ahluwalia & Meenakshi Ahluwalia.|
|Contributions||Ahluwalia, Meenakshi., Rammohun Roy, Raja, 1772?-1833.|
|LC Classifications||DS475.2.R18 A65 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 238 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||238|
|LC Control Number||91906077|
Raja Ram Mohan Roy was popularly known as the Father of Indian Renaissance. With his fight against social prejudice and concern for humanity, he inaugurated a new lease of life for Indians. Early Life: Raja Ram Mohan was born on 22 nd May in a Brahmin family in the village of Radhanagar near Krislinanagar in Bengal. Relating to the Life of Raja Rammohun Roy, Vol. I (). Oriental Book Agency. Calcutta. Majumdar, Jatindra Kumar (ed.). Raja Rammohun Roy and .
Mohan Roy was hailed as the father of Indian renaissance. Raja Ram Mohan Roy decided to reform Hindu society from its all irrational observance and evil customs. He opposed all discrimination and evil practice against women. He was the founder of Brahmo Samaj. The Brahmo Samaj teaches about monotheism. Raja Ram Mohan Roy welcomed western education. The Bengal Renaissance can be said to have started with Raja Ram Mohan Roy () and ended with Rabindranath Tagore (), although there were many other stalwarts thereafter embodying particular aspects of the unique intellectual and .
Why has postcolonial theory forgotten India's Islamic past? Selected writings of Raja Rammohun Roy ().: Recuperating a Hindu-Islamic metissage identity. (Paperback) by Open Window A Feminist Research Center, Raja Rammohun Roy and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Essential reading for anyone interested in the sources of modern Hinduism, and the Bengal Renaissance, and to a lesser degree, Indian and Hindu Nationalism. The entire volume can be found online here: http This volume has most if not all of Rammohun Roy's religious writings.5/5(1).
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ahluwalia, Shashi. Raja Rammohun Roy and the Indian renaissance. New Delhi, India: Mittal Publications, Raja Rammohun Roy and the Indian Renaissance New Delhi, India: Mittal Publications, Foreword.
Saumyendranath Tagore's deep study of and penetration into the variegated activities of Raja Rammohun Roy were truly reflected in a thought-provoking lecture delivered a.
Publisher of Books on North-East India. Home; Anthropology, Sociology, Social Work; Raja Rammohun Roy and The Indian Renaissance. Get this from a library. Indian renaissance and Raja Rammohun Roy. [Hirendranath Mukerjee] -- On the contribution of Raja Rammohan Roy, ?, to Indian social, political, cultural, and religious reform movements; impressions of an Indian Communist leader and parliamentarian.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tagore, Saumyendranath. Rammohun Roy. Calcutta: Asiatic Society, (OCoLC) Named Person: Rammohun Roy, Raja. Roy or Ray, from Sanskrit rājā ‘king’, is a hereditary title conferred on an ancestor of Rammohun by the Nawab of Bengal; like other Indian titles, it has come to be treated as a surname, so some books index him as Rammohun, some as Roy, and some as Ray.
This minor inconvenience has some bearing on the theme of this book: the use of Roman script, with concomitant questions of spelling, and the. ADVERTISEMENTS: The scope of the so-called Indian renaissance started in Bengal by Rammohun Roy was very much limited, in so far as it meant only to remove certain glaring evil practices like sati which tyrannised but a small segment of the Brahmin sector of the Hindu society.
Rammohun Roy was able to do what little [ ]. Reform-minded Hindus, led by Ram Mohun Roy, took a positive attitude to Western literature and urged on their countrymen a Western type of education. Newly formed literary clubs spread the influence of predominantly British works, thereby opening the Indian educated elite to Western culture and literature in general.
On the world celebrates the th birth anniversary of Raja Ram Mohan Roy, 'the father of Indian renaissance', the founder of 'Brahmo Samaj' and the man who tirelessly fought against the.
Get this from a library. The Indian renaissance and Raja Rammohan Roy. [Harihara Dāsa; Sasmitā Mahāpātra] -- On the 19th century social reform movement in India, led by Raja Rammohun Roy, ?, social reformer. Humble tribute to Raja Rammohun Roy, father of the Indian Renaissance, on his th birth anniversay.
He was the original Indian conservative who drew upon India's ancient knowledge contained in Upanishads and Vedas for far-reaching reforms, laid the foundation for Brahmo Samaj🙏.
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Raja Ram Mohan Roy was the person to whom goes the credit. He is rightly remembered as the Father of the Indian Renaissance. He also fought against polygamy, child marriage, untouchability, dowry etc. He established a number of schools to popularize a modern system of education with emphasis on English in India.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rammohun Roy. New Delhi: National Book Trust, India, (OCoLC) Named Person: Rammohun Roy, Raja; Rammohun.
the th Birth Anniversary of Raja Rammohun Roy, the leading light of the Indian Renaissance, will be celebrated on 22nd May, Raja Rammohun Roy’s th Birth Anniversary year coincides with the 75th Anniversary year of the nation’s independence and the 50th Anniversary of the International Book Year.
As a fitting tribute to Raja. However, a little lacuna is to be ignored in case of the Raja, because he started single hand his operation to eradicate evils from the society. In true sense of the term, Raja Ram Mohan Roy acted as a bridge between the East and West. He was the Father of Indian Renaissance’.
He was an intellectual of a superb order and still simple and bold. Biography of Raja Rammohan Roy and his Contributions. Born inin a conservative Brahmin family, Rammohan Roy is the pioneer reformer of modern India.
He represented the real spirit of Indian renaissance at its beginning. For his unparallel contribution he has been described as the father of Indian Nationalism. There is the Orientalist, William Jones (), the forerunner of this “mind”; Raja Rammohun Roy (), widely considered the pioneer of the Bengal Renaissance.
"Raja Rammohun Roy (—) was a great champion of liberty and civil rights in colonial India. He was also a true cosmopolitan who envisioned a world without borders.
A tireless crusader for religious and social reform, Rammohun attempted a progressive reinterpretation of Hinduism and tried to improve the lot of socially marginalized groups such as women.
The central figure of this cultural awakening was Raja Rammohan Roy. Known as the “father of the Indian Renaissance”, Rammohan Roy was a great patriot, scholar and humanist. He was moved by deep love for the country and worked throughout his life for the social, religious, intellectual and political regeneration of the Indians.The influence of Raja Rammohun Roy awakened her interest in the Indian people and soon after she came to India and joined many social activities.
She passed away on 15th June at Bristol at the 70 age. Preface. The Rajah Rammohun Roy was, in the land of his birth a man greatly before his age. Raja Rammohun Roy with his gigantic intellectual and scholastic prowess, cogent representation of Indian religious, cultural and economic interests prevented the misapprehension and misconstruction of its cultural practices (including polytheism, idolatry, Hindu traditions and even ‘satī’) from being used against Indians.