Three most important achievements of the Brahmo Samaj
The Brahmo Samaj was the first attempt by Indians in the nineteenth century to reform Hindu society. Its main achievements are :
- It did excellent work in the field of removal of caste distinctions and improving the condition of women, particularly widows.
- It succeeded in pursuading the Government to abolish Sati-pratha and child marriage.
- It stood for modem education and the introduction of English education for the propagation of Science in India. The work of Brahmo Samaj expanded throughout the country and as many as 124 institutions were set up in different pails of India.