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Raja Ram Mohan Roy

Brahmo Samaj

Gift to Monotheists

Translated Vedas and Upanishads to Bengali

Percepts of Jesus

Atmiya Sabha

Raja Radhakant Deb

Dharma Sabha

Set up against the Brahmo samaj it was an orthodox organisation

But favored western education even for girls.

Maharishi Debendranath Tagore

Tattvabodhini Sabha

Brahmo Samaj

Adi Brahmo Samaj Tattvabodhini Patrika (Bengali)

Keshub Chandra Sen


Helped founded Prarthana Samaj

Acharya of Brahmo Samaj

dismissed

Founded Adi Brahmo Samaj

Prominent Leaders were M.G.Ranade, R.G.Bhandarkar and N.G.Chandavarkar

Later his followers started Brahmo Samaj sadharan the

Dayal Singh Trust

Dayal Singh college, Lahore (Punjab)

Young Bengal Movement Inspired by Fresch Revolution

Henry Vivian Derozio and his pupils

One of the first national poet

Ishwar Chandra VidyaSagar

Prinicpal Of Sanskrit

Government Inspector of schools

Secretary of Bethune School

Bal Shastri Jambekar

Darpan (Weekly)

Formed by educated young men

Student Literary and Scientific Societies or Gyan Prasarak Mandalis

Organised lecture on popular science and social questions

Two Branches

Marathi

Gujrathi

Maharashtra Paramhansa Mandalis Believed in one God

Jyotiba Phule

His works SatyaShodhak Samaj Sarvajanik Satyadharma Gulmgin

Gopal Krishna Gokhale Follower Narayan Malhar Joshi

The Servants Of India Society, Bombay

Social Service League, Bombay All India Trade Union Congress

Ramkrishna Paramahansa

Narendranath Datta later known as Swami Vivekananda

Ramakrishna Mission, Belur (Calcutta) Others who carried fwd after his death were Lala Hansraj, Lal Lajpat Rai & Dayananda Saraswathi Swami Shraddhananda Pandit Guru Dutt

Swami Virajananda in Mathura

Gurukul at Hardwar Satyarth Prakash Arya Samaj (First in Bombay later HQ was Lahore) Dayananda Anglo Vedic School

Behramji M Malabari, Parsi social Reformer

Seva Sadan for Exploited and discarded women

Teachings complied in Siva Narain Agnihotri Deva Samaj, Lahore Deva Shastra

Orthodox Hindu Organisationms Against teaching of Arya Samaj, Theosophists and RamaKrishna Mission

Sanatana Dharma Sabha

Dharma Maha Parishad, South India

Dharma Mahamandali, Bengal

Proper management of Hindu inst

Bharat Dharma Mahamandal (HQ at Varanasi)

Prominent Figure Madhan Mohan Malaviya

Tulsi Ram, Banker from Agra

Radhaswami Movement

Example of regional movement born out of conflict between the depressed classes and upper

Sri Narayana Guru Dharma Paripalana movement

Sri Narayana Guru Swamy (Among Ezhavas of Kerala)

Non Brahmin caste

In Mardras Presidency by C.N Mudaliar, T.M.Nair, P.Tyagaraja

Justice Movement to secure jobs and rep for non Brahmins

E.V. Ramaswamy Naicker, a Balija Naidu

Self-Respect Movement

Nothing short of rejection of brahminical religion

Aravippuram Movement

Sri Narayan Guru

Installed an idol of siva at Aravippuram in Keral though he was from a lower caste.

Temple Entry Movement

Vaikom Sathyagraha led by K.P.Kesava launched in Kerala

Demanding the throwing open of tempals and roads to untouchables.

Gandhi took a tour in support of this movement in Kerala. Reinforced by Jathas of Punjab and maduri. P Krishna Pillai and A.K.Gopalan led sathyagrahis to Guruvayur. Maharaja of Travancore opened the doors of all temples in state control.

Focus on social issues. First session in madras. Met annually M.G.Ranade & Raghunath Rao Called the social reform cell of INC Against Child marriage Indian Social Conference

Pledge movement

Wahabi/Walliullah Movement

Shah Walliullah inspired it

First Indian Muslim leader

Muslim peasents of Bengal againt Hindu landlords Titu Mirs Movement

Disciple of Sayed

Mir Nithar Ali/Titu Mir

Popularised by Shah Abduk Aziz and Syed Ahmed Barelvi

Emphasis on Islamic pillars of faith East Bengal Faraizi Movement/ Faraidi Movement Haji Shariat Allah son Dudu Main Under him it became revolutionary He gave the system an organizational systemKhalifa or authorized deputy at every level. Based on liberal principles Ahmadiya Movement Mirza Ghulam Ahmed

Sir Syed Ahmed Khan

Aligarh Movement

Mohammedan Anglo Oriental College

Member of Imperial Legislative Council. Earned a knighthood. Tahdhib-ul-Akhlaq

Deoband School/movement

Mohammad Qasim Nanotavi & Rashid Ahmed Gangohi

Mahumud ul Hasan

Estb in Deoband in Saharanpur Dist Inst imparted was in Original Islamic religion Supported the movement Favoured inclusion of English and European science

Jamiat-ul-Ulema

Shibli Numani

Nadwatal Ulama

Darul Ulum

Leaders Parsi Reform Movement Rahnumai Mazdayasnan Sabha Newspaper Rast Goftar(Truth Teller)

Naoroji Furdonji, Dadabhai Naoroji, K.R.Cama and S.S.Bangalee

Sikh Reform Movement

Singh Sabha Movement, Amritsar

Khalsa school estb throughout Punjab

Sikh Gurudwara Act Akali Movement Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee

Inspired by Indian thought and culture started it Theosophical Movement (Started in USA) Madam H.P.Blavatsky & Colonel M.S. Olcott After Death Of her Central Hindu College (Later became Benaras Hindu University) Shifted HQ to Adayar, Madras

Annie Besant Laid foundation of