Social reformers of India

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A social reformer is anyone who advocates for reform of a certain area of society. Crusader and meliorist are used as general synonyms for social reformers. Different types of reformers. Abolitionists, or emanipisits for example were social reformers who focused on putting an end to slavery.A social reformer is anyone who advocates for reform of a certain area of society. Crusader and meliorist are used as general synonyms for social reformers. Different types of reformers. Abolitionists, or emanipisits for example were social reformers who focused on putting an end to slavery.A social reformer is anyone who advocates for reform of a certain area of society. Crusader and meliorist are used as general synonyms for social reformers. Different types of reformers. Abolitionists, or emanipisits for example were social reformers who focused on putting an end to slavery.

Periyar with B. R. Ambedkar

Notable social reformers in India include:

Shankracharya

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A social reformer is anyone who advocates for reform of a certain area of society. Crusader and meliorist are used as general synonyms for social reformers. Different types of reformers. Abolitionists, or emanipisits for example were social reformers who focused on putting an end to slavery.