Hyderabad Samajik Sudhar Sangh

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Hyderabad Samajik Sudhar Sangh or Hyderabad Social Service League, was a social movement formed in 1915 in Hyderabad (present capital of Telangana State, India). Keshav Rao Koratkar and Vaman Naik were founders of this movement.[1]

Annual social conferences[edit]

Hyderabad Social Service League held annual social conferences in various parts of erstwhile Hyderabad state. The passed Social Service League conferences passed resolutions on subjects like necessity of promoting primary education, women's education remarriage of widows, inter caste marriages, and opening of libraries in the State.[2]

Conference No[3] Conference Year Held At Chaired by Rsolutions
1 1918 Kavana Taluka Hadgaon Sadanand Maharaj
2 1919 Hadgaon Dist. Nanded Keshavrao Koratkar
3 20 June 1920 Nanded
4 11 Nov 1921 Hyderabad Maharshi Dhondo Keshav Karve
5 23 April 1923 Gulbarga Barrister Mukundrao Jaikara
6 Hyderabad Sarla Chaudhari

References[edit]

  1. ^ REGANI, SAROJINI (15 August 1972). HIGHLIGHTS OF THE FREEDOM MOVEMENT IN ANDHRA PRADESH. Hyderabad, India: THE MINISTRY OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADLSH HYDERABAD. p. 174. Retrieved 4 March 2017.
  2. ^ shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/bitstream/10603/92706/7/07_chapter-2.pdf
  3. ^ shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/bitstream/10603/92706/7/07_chapter-2.pdf