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Tag Archives: Life History of Social Reformers

Aurobindo Ghosh Biography For Students

Aurobindo Ghosh

Born: August 15, 1872 Calcutta, Bengal Presidency, British India (now Kolkata, West Bengal, India) Died: December 5, 1950 Puducherry, India Literary works: The Life Divine, The Synthesis of Yoga, Savitri Founder of: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Philosophy: Integral Yoga, Involution (Sri Aurobindo), Evolution, Integral psychology, Intermediate zone, Supermind Profession: Indian philosopher, Yogi, Guru, Poet, Nationalist Achievements: He was a freedom fighter, poet, …

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Dr. Madhuri And Brij Mohan Bhardwaj Biography

Dr. Madhuri And Brij Mohan Bhardwaj Biography

Dr. Madhuri Bhardwaj is an Indian social worker who founded the “Maa Madhuri Brij Varis Sewa Sadan, Apna Ghar” along with her husband, Dr. Brij Mohan Bhardwaj. Today, this home for the homeless has 21 ashrams across India, and it serves more than 4000 people. The couple has dedicated their whole lives to serving the sick and homeless. Dr. Madhuri …

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Chaudhary Bansi Lal Biography For Students

Chaudhary Bansi Lal

Born: 26 August 1927 Golagarh, Punjab, British India Died: 28 March 2006 (aged 78) New Delhi, India Education: Punjab University Law College Spouse: Vidya Devi (m. ?–2006) Children: Surender Singh, Ranbir Singh Mahendra, Sunita Chahar, Saroj Siwach, Sumitra Devi, Savita Sheron Chaudhary Bansi Lal (August 26, 1927 – March 28, 2006) was an Indian freedom fighter, senior Congress leader, former …

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Sushma Iyengar Biography For Students

Sushma Iyengar Biography For Students

Sushma Iyengar, did her Masters in Literature from MS University, Baroda and a three year Masters’ programme in the USA at Cornell University. She worked to set up the Kutch Mahila Vikas Sangathan which is the first network for grass root women’s organization in Gujarat in June 1989, with organizing the women’s empowerment movement through social awareness and livelihood programme. …

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Rahul Bose Biography For Students and Children

Rahul Bose

Rahul Bose was born on 27 July 1967. He is an Indian actor, screenwriter, director, social activist, and rugby union player. Bose has appeared in Hindi films such as Pyaar Ke Side Effects and Jhankaar Beats. Time magazine named him “the superstar of Indian arthouse cinema” for his work in parallel cinema films like English August and Mr. and Mrs. …

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Bal Gangadhar Tilak Biography, History, Achievements

Bal Gangadhar Tilak - Biography

Born: July 23, 1856 Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, India Died: August 1, 1920 Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Occupation: Author, Politician, Freedom Fighter, Social Reformer Political Party: Indian National Congress Movement: Indian Independence movement Achievements: Considered as Father of Indian National Movement; Founded “Deccan Education Society” to impart quality education to India’s youth; was a member of the Municipal Council of Pune, Bombay Legislature, …

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Kanshi Ram Biography For Students

Kanshi Ram

Born: March 15, 1934 Ropar, India Died: October 9, 2006 (aged 72) Delhi, India Career: Indian politician, Social Reformer Party: Bahujan Samaj Party Kanshi Ram: Introduction Rising from a deep need to fight the prevalent caste system of his time, Kanshi Ram created a platform for all those under the clutches of the ruling classes to speak out and fight …

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Sudhanshu Ji Maharaj Biography For Devotees

Sudhanshu Ji Maharaj

Sudhanshu Ji Maharaj, (born May 2, 1955) is a preacher from India and the founder of Vishwa Jagriti Mission (VJM). He has over 10 million devotees around the world with more than 2.5 million as disciples. He is known for his simple teachings which are inspired by religions from all over the world. Sudhanshuji was born in Saharanpur District of …

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Thomas Jefferson Biography For Students

Thomas Jefferson Biography For Students

Thomas Jefferson, grew up in Virginia and was raised with the orphaned children of his father’s friend, William Randolph. He was educated from ages 9-14 by a clergyman named William Douglas from whom he learned Greek, Latin, and French. He then attended Reverand James Maury’s School before attending the College of William and Mary. He studied law with George Wythe, …

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