Ramabai Ranade

Ramabai Ranade

Women Right Activist In the Early 20th Century
Born Jan 25, 1862

Ramabai Ranade was an Indian womens' rights activist. Ramabai Ranade was an active social worker of 19th century. Many people tried to stop her from learning as in older India, Women were not allowed to study. She had a child marriage at the age of 11. Rama had two brothers. After marrying Justice Mahadev Govind Ranade, Ramabai studied Marathi, English and Bengali. Before marriage her name was Yamuna and became 'Rama' after marriage.… Read More

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1863 Birth Born in 1863.
1873 10 Years Old In 1873, she was married to Justice Mahadev Govind Ranade, a pioneer of India's social reform movement. … Read More


1893 30 Years Old …  From 1893 to 1901 Ramabai was at the peak of her popularity in her social activities. … Read More
1901 38 Years Old Ramabai made her entry into public toilets in the 1870s, but it was after Justice Ranade's death in 1901 that she wholly identified herself with the cause of women in India. … Read More


1913 50 Years Old She also went out to Gujarat and Kathiawar in 1913 to organise relief for famine-stricken people. … Read More
1915 52 Years Old In 1915 the Pune Seva Sadan was registered as a society under her guidance, the society expanded its old educational departments and also started new ones. … Read More


1924 61 Years Old Died in 1924.
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