Explain how the social-religious reform movements came to be associated with an all India nationalist movement in the 19th century.
Asked by Topperlearning User | 30th Jul, 2015, 08:58: AM
Social and religious reform movements had been there for a long time. However, it was not until the 19th century that they associated themselves with any political sentiment. The reformers and their movements came to be conjoined with a fledgling political movement in the 19th century. This political movement gradually transformed itself into a national movement with a strong nationalist sentiment which engulfed all regions of the country. Hence, even the reform movement acquired a nationalistic character and was seen as necessary for national political awakening.
Answered by | 30th Jul, 2015, 10:58: AM
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