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    The knowledge of English language and English Literature in India was the root cause behind growth and expansion of Indian English Literature. A brilliant teacher like Dezurio unfolded the richness of Shakespeare to Indian students. For Raja Ram mohan Roy English was the language for documentation...
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  • social reformers
    his role as Periyar in the film Kalavadiya Pozhudugal directed by Thangar Bachan which will release in late 2010.[127][128] Ram Mohan Roy Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Ram Mohun also spelled Rammohun, Rammohan, or Ram Mohan (Bengali: রাজারামমোহনরায়; 22 May 1772 – 27 September 1833), was an Indian religious...
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    the Indian masters of English Prose - Ram Mohan Roy First Indo - Anglian writers of verse and prose - Henry Derozio - Kashiprasad Ghose - Michael Madhusudan Dutt Derozio's most ambitious work - The Fakir of Jungheera The first Indo-Anglian poet - Henry Derozio –––– is considered to be the Keats in...
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  • Ferministic Perspectives in Shashi Deshpande Novels
    society. Fiction written in English in India today, especially by woman writers shows the variety of backgrounds that they hail from. Indian Feminism Unlike feminism in West, Indian feminism had a different story to tell. Women’s role in pre-colonial structures in India was not as bad as...
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  • Four Social Reformers
    Samaj, one of the first Indian socio-religious reform movements. He played a major role in abolishing the role of Sati. Raja Rammohan Roy was a great scholar and an independent thinker. He advocated the study of English, Science, Western Medicine and Technology. He was given the title 'Raja' by the...
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  • Social Reformers of India
    in 1816. For his diverse contributions to society, Raja Ram Mohan Roy is regarded as one of the most important figures in the Indian Renaissance. Ram Mohan Roy's impact on modern Indian history was a revival of the pure and ethical principles of the Vedanta school of philosophy as found in the...
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  • Henry derozio
    when Hindu society in Bengal was undergoing considerable turmoil. In 1828, Raja Ram Mohan Roy established the Brahmo Samaj, which kept Hindu ideals but denied idolatry. This resulted in a backlash within orthodox Hindu society. It is in the perspective of these changes that Derozio was appointed at...
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  • Modern Indo-English Poetry
    writer in Tamil and English is a well known signature of Indian English Poetry. Lakshmi Kannan, a bilingual writer in Tamil and English is a well known signature of Indian English Poetry. The poetry of Anna Sujata Modayil is poetry of experience and an insight into life. As such, it does not remain...
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  • Indian English Novel
    Seth (Mappings) and Vikram Chandra (Red Earth and Pouring Rain, Love and Longing in Bombay). The writer in the genre of Indian English literature, who took the world with a storm, was Arundhati Roy, whose `The God of Small Things` won the 1997 Booker Prize and became an international best...
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    selected. This was the time when Hindu society in Bengal was undergoing considerable turmoil. In 1828, Raja Ram Mohan Roy established the Brahmo Samaj, which kept Hindu ideals but denied idolatry. This resulted in a backlash within orthodox Hindu society. It is in the perspective of these changes that...
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  • Search for Identity in Shashi Deshpande's Novels
    to show with sparking contribution with the most educated women who urged to voice their feelings to redefine their space, to connect to the larger world. There was a time when Anita Desai had said about women novelists in English: “With all the richness of material at hand, Indian women writers have...
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  • Henry Louis Vivian Derozio
      Anglo-Indian literature, therefore, is, for the most part, merely English literature strongly marked by Indian local colour. It has been published, to a great extent, in England, owing partly to lack of facilities in India, and, partly, to the fact that the Anglo-Indian writer must, as a rule, make...
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  • Timeline: History of India
    Rajaram Mohan Roy. Thuhafath ul - muvahiddin or Gift to Monotheists is also a work of Raja Ram Mohan Roy.       Socio - Religious Reform Movements Rammohan Roy (1772 - 1883) and Brahmo Samaj         Raja Ram Mohan Roy is known as the father of Modern India...
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  • Englsih
    statement in his book Picador Book of Modern Indian Literature, “Can it be true that Indian writing, that endlessly rich, complex and problematic entity, is to be represented by a handful of writers who write in English, who live in England or America and whom one might have met at a party?” I choose...
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  • History of Bengali Journalism
    was published by Serampore Mission press on May 23, 1818. Started by missionaries Carey and Marshman, it began as a monthly, but soon converted into a weekly. It carried both Indian and foreign news. It became bilingual in 1829 carrying Bengali and English news in parallel columns. After surviving a...
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  • raja ram mohan roy biography
     Ram Mohan Roy, Ram Mohan also spelled Rammohun or Rammohan (22 may 1772-27 September 1833) was an Indian religious, social and educational reformer who challenged traditional Hindu Culture and indicated the lines of progrees for Indian Society under British rule. He is sometimes called the...
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  • Freedom to Live
    Raja Ram Mohan Roy (Bengali: রাজা রামমোহন রায়) (22 May 1772 – 27 September 1833) was an Indian religious, social, and educational reformer who challenged traditional Hindu culture and indicated the lines of progress for Indian society under British rule. He is sometimes called the father of modern...
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  • Indian Literature
    writing are flourishing, along with a vigorous tradition in literary criticism. Seeking inspiration from their mother tongues, Indian writers combine contemporary reach with classical traditions. While Indian literature in English is widely read and appreciated, the vibrant writing in the various Indian...
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  • Raja Rao
    famous people with the name. Please continue to read this article. Raja Rao (Kannada: ರಾಜ ರಾವ್) (November 8, 1908 – July 8, 2006) was an Indian writer of English language novels and short stories, whose works are deeply rooted in Hinduism. Raja Rao's semi-autobiographical novel, The Serpent and the...
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  • Ishwarchandra Vidyasagar
    ". www.americanchronicle.com. Retrieved 2008-12-20. 3.^"BANGLAPEDIA: Vidyasagar, Pundit Iswar Chandra". banglapedia.search.com.bd. Retrieved 2008-12-20. 4.^ abLal, Mohan (2006). "Ishvarchandra Vidyasagar". The Encyclopaedia Of Indian Literature. Sahitya Akademi. pp. 4567–4569. ISBN 9788126012213. 5...
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