Rammohun Roy: A Critical Biography Amiya P. Sen

ISBN: 9780670084272

Published: January 1st 2012

Hardcover

211 pages


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Rammohun Roy: A Critical Biography  by  Amiya P. Sen

Rammohun Roy: A Critical Biography by Amiya P. Sen
January 1st 2012 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 211 pages | ISBN: 9780670084272 | 4.34 Mb

Raja Rammohun Roy (1774-1833) was a great champion of liberty and civil rights in colonial India. He was also a true cosmopolitan who envisioned a world without borders. A tireless crusader for religious and social reform, Rammohun attempted aMoreRaja Rammohun Roy (1774-1833) was a great champion of liberty and civil rights in colonial India. He was also a true cosmopolitan who envisioned a world without borders.

A tireless crusader for religious and social reform, Rammohun attempted a progressive reinterpretation of Hinduism and tried to improve the lot of socially marginalized groups such as women. Yet, in spite of his lofty public presence, Rammohun was a hugely controversial figure. He shocked the Hindu orthodoxy by his support to the abolition of Sati, offended evangelists by separating the moral message of Christ from the purely theological, and was often dragged into legal disputes over family property.

By the time of his death in Bristol, he was as much resented as respected, both at home and abroad. Using relatively unexplored sources, this elegant and accessible new biography by Amiya P. Sen paints a fascinating portrait of one of the legendary makers of modern India.



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