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JyotibaPhule

JyotibaPhule fought against upper caste domination. --------------- JYOTIBᾹ PHULE : Jyotibā Phule (1827-1890) is a leading social reformer of the nineteenth century India from Mahārāstra. Along with Justice Mahādev Gobinda Rāṇāde he founded Satya Shodhak Samāj (Truth Seekers’ Society). The main objective of the Samāj is to make the lower class people aware of their civil rights and free themselves from religious and emotional slavery imposed by Brahminical scriptutes. He asserts that all men are children of one God and protests against priesthood. Phule launches a powerful movement against the supremacy of Brāhmins and fights for the cause of lower class people. He is against untouchability and tries his best to eradicate this evil practice from society. He advocates equal rights of freedom to all human beings without discriminating sex, caste, religion and colour. Through his writings and deeds he makes continuous efforts to improve the condition of women and masses. He is the mouthpiece of native Indians and the suppressed women who fought for their equal rights. He led a movement against the prevailing caste restrictions in India and revolts against the domination of the Brahmins. Through his Satya Shodhak Samāj, he fights for the rights of the peasants and other lower caste people. He tries to instil courage, enthusiasm and self-reliance among them and to make them aware of their rights. Phule is in favour of female education and establishes schools for them. He supports widow re-marriage and takes active steps to propagate the remarriage of widows. He is believed to be the first Hindu to start an orphanage for the unfortunate children. There were many such reform movements throughout the country but most of them were regional in approach.

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