Today women can study freely in school-college. Along with working in the same way as men in an organization, they can contribute to the upliftment of the society. If you can make your dreams come true, then the credit of all this goes to some great personalities of India. One of these personalities is named ‘Mahatma Jyotirao Phule’. Today is the birth anniversary of Mahatma Jyotirao Phule. Born on 11 April 1827 to Govindrao and Chimnabai in Pune, Jyotirao’s family worked as florists for the Peshwas. For this reason he was called ‘Phule’ in Marathi. The efforts of the great 19th century social reformer Jyotiba Phule, who raised voice against the anti-women evils spread in the society during that period, are always remembered as an unprecedented contribution towards women empowerment. Jyotiba Phule is a social activist, thinker, social activist, writer, philosopher and revolutionary activist. Jyotiba Phule devoted her whole life to giving women the right to education, preventing child marriage, supporting widow remarriage. Jyotiba Phule opened a school for women. Read his precious words on the birth anniversary of the great social reformer Mahatma Jyotiba Phule.
Men and women are independent from birth. Therefore, both should be given an opportunity to enjoy all the rights equally.
Education is the primary need of men and women.
Without education, wisdom is lost, without wisdom, morality is lost, without morality, development is lost, without wealth the Shudra is doomed. Education is important.
One should not resort to wrong measures to do good work.
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