Economic, Social and Cultural Impact of British Rule
- In the history of modern India, socio-religious reform movements occupy a significant place.
- One of the major social reforms was the complete abolition of Sati even some Muslim rulers like Muhammad Bin Tughluq, Akbar and Jehangir also tried to check the practice of Sati.
- Social reformers like Raja Ram Mohan, Dayanand Saraswati and Vivekananda were responsible for the social and cultural awakening in India.
- Ram Mohan Roy established the Brahmo Samaj at Calcutta in 1828 to purify Hinduism and to preach monotheism.
- He published Brahmoni