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1 Submitted To : Miss. Kirandeep Kaur Submitted By : Vansh Raj Class : viii th (Caring) Roll No : 33

2 There are lots of pressures on women to be a certain way, do certain things. She could do whatever she want. In earlier days she comes under some pressures. She want to prove herself in every field, but nobody wants it. Some great people improve our sociality.

3 Raja Rammohan Roy was a great scholar in Persian, Arabic and English. His greatest achievement was in the field of social reform was the abolition of SATI by the British in 1829, through his unbeatable efforts.

4 Jyotiba Govindrao Phule was a great reformer and advocate of the cause of oppressed sections of society. He got his wife educated to teach in a girls school started by him. In 1873, he founded Satyashodhak Samaj.

5 Sir Sayed Ahmad Khan was the greatest of Muslim reformers. During the 19 th Century, Islam also lent great support to social reform movement. In the later period, after the Revolt of 1857, their educational backwardness compelled them to accept certain changes and also get rid of certain social abuses like Purdah system and Polygamy.

6 Dowry system is the main problem in India. Many greedy people want too much Money & Gold. They Can do anything for such things. They beat newly married brides. They use Kerosene oil, Petrol,Fire,etc ; to kill them or forced them to leave their house. At present this system is carry on by some greedy people. Many people are caught by police.

7 The queen of Jhansi, Maharani Lakshmibai was born on 19 November 1828 in holy town of Varanasi into a Brahmin family. She was named Manikarnika and was nicknamed Manu. She was married to the King of Jhansi, Raja Gangadhar Rao, In 1842, and was afterwaros called Lakshmibai. She fought with Britishers to Leave the Jhansi. At last she was died by Britishers in 18 th June But before her death she forced the britishers to leave India and she played an important role to make India an independent country.

8 Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar was born in a poor Brahmin family in He became the Principal of the Sanskrit College in Calcutta. His greatest achievement was the work he did for women education and widow upliftment. He started the number of girls’ schools. He used his knowledge and learning against those who were opposed to reforms in the name of religion.

9 In modern time, women is independent. In Todays life, women can choose every field such as Doctor, Police, Teacher, Dancer, Player, Pilot, Singer etc. She can walk equally with a man. And in every field, she stands equally with a man.

10 Child marriage is a common practice in many countries around the world. It is especially prevalent in India, where more than one third of all child brides live. According to UNICEF, 47% of girls are married by 18 years of age, and 18% are married by 15 years of age. Indian law has made child marriage illegal, but it is still widely practiced across the nation. The percentage of girls forced into child marriage in India has declined in recent years.

11 The modern times women is independent. She is not dependent on anybody to live her life, even she can live without a man also. Now a days, nobody can hurt them. They can earn themselves and can live a lavish lifestyle without the help of anybody.

12 Today’s women is very strong. She plays many important roles in her life very successfully like a mother, a sister, a daughter and a wife. She also works outside the home as a working lady for her family. So GOD made the women to be strong and not to be trampled under the feet of men.

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