Born in 15th century, Sant Kabirdas was a mystic poet, saint and social reformer of India. His writings influenced the Bhakti movement and his verses are also found in the Sikh scriptures of Adi Granth. Kabir’s legacy continues to this day through the Kabir Panthis, a religious community that recognises him as its founder. According to the Hindu lunar calendar, the birth anniversary of Sant Kabirdas is observed on Jyeshtha Purnima, 9th June. Happy Kabairdas Jayanti! #PureDevotion
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Ayyankali (1863-1941),was a social reformer who worked for the advancement of those people, in the then princely state of Travancore (British India), who were treated as untouchables. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayyankali https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gti4YGZ210E https://counterview.org/2014/08/04/the-story-of-mahatma-gandhi-we-are-taught-in-school-and-we-are-made-to-believe-is-a-lie-and-its-time-we-faced-up-to-it/
Periyar Bust Demolished In Tamil Nadu Know About The Dravidian Social Reformer
https://flic.kr/p/a4kSjH | Gokarnanatha Temple | Location: Kudroli, Mangalore, Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka. Built in 1912 by Sri Narayana (the social reformer from Kerala) for Billava community who were prohibited entering temples in those days. Gokarnanatheshwara, Lord Shiva, is the main deity and is surrounded by Mahaganapathi, Subramanya, Shaneeshwara, the Navagraha, Annapoorneswari and Anandabhairava. Murals showing scenes from legends, myths and epics decorate four gopuras…
Savitribai Jotiba Phule (January 3, 1831- March 10, 1897) was a social reformer who along with her husband, Mahatma Jotiba Phule played an important role in improving women's rights in India during the British Raj. Savitribai was the first female teacher of the first women's school in India and also considered as the pioneer of modern Marathi poetry. In 1852 she opened a school for Untouchable girls.
Bal Gangadhar Tilak born as Keshav Gangadhar Tilak. He was called as the "Father of the Indian unrest." He is known for his quote, "Swaraj is my birthright, and I shall have it! lets pay tribute to him on his birth anniversary.