ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Indian Response to Christianity, Church and Colonialism-Case of Pandita Ramabai

Indian Response to Christianity, Church and Colonialism-Case of Pandita Ramabai

and Colonialism Case of Pandita Ramabai Meera Kosambi Pandita Ramabai's relationship with Christianity was a long and complex one influenced by many factors. On the one hand was dissillusionment with Hinduismpn the other, the attraction of a faith which promised salvation to all without discrimination. Ramabai saw her own conversion as a protest against the inherent discrimination against women in Hinduism, a protest which remained a personal statement without developing into a social protest.

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