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Rammohun Roy, Raja, 1772?-1833

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Personal name headingRammohun Roy, Raja, 1772?-1833
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Variant(s)Rāmamohána Rāya, Raja, 1772?-1833
Ray, Rammohan, 1772?-1833
Roy, Ram Mohun, 1772?-1833
Rāya, Rāmamohana, 1772?-1833
Ram Mohun Roy, 1772?-1833
Ram Mohan Roy, Raja, 1772?-1833
Roy, Ram Mohan, 1772?-1833
Rammohan Ray, Raja, 1772?-1833
Rammohan Rai, Raja, 1772?-1833
Rai, Rammohan, Raja, 1772?-1833
Roy, Rammohun, Raja, 1772?-1833
Birth date17720522
Death date18330927
AffiliationBrāhmasamāja (India)
Profession or occupationIntellectuals
Social reformers
Found inAuthor's Exposition of the ... judicial and revenue systems of India ... 1832.
Crawford, S. C. Ram Mohan Roy, c1986: CIP galley (Raja Ram Mohan Roy)
Raja Rammohan Ray, 1995.
The Vedas, 1977: t.p. (Raja Rammohan Rai)
Zastoupil, Lynn. Rammohun Roy and the making of Victorian Britain, 2010: ECIP galley (Bengali brahman; transnational celebrity)
Wikipedia website, viewed 2013-07-10 (Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Ram Mohun also spelled Rammohun, Rammohan, or Ram Mohan (Bengali; 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 called the "Maker of Modern India" and also as "Father of Modern India". He is also regarded as the "Father of the Bengal Renaissance". He, along with Dwarkanath Tagore and other Bengalis, founded the Brahmo Sabha in 1828, which engendered the Brahmo Samaj, an influential Indian socio-religious reform movement during the Bengal Renaissance. He is intellectual and social reformer)
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