Recognized for his efforts towards eliminating sati as well as child marital relationship, the ‘Father of the Indian Renaissance,’ Ram Mohan Roy, was born on May 22, 1772, was presented with the title of Raja by Akbar II, the Mughal emperor. He established the Brahmo Samaj in 1828. He would take place to revitalize the honest principles of the Vedanta school of viewpoint as covered in the Upanishads. Ram Mohan Roy created an organization called Atmiya Sabha(Friendship Organization) to translate Upanishads and discuss it. The discussion on theology caused the establishment of Brahmo Samaj in 1828 with Debendranath Tagore.
Raja Ram Mohan Roy began India’s very first English medium institution in 1816. He likewise started first Bengali language once a week paper, the very first paper in Indian language. Ram Mohan Roy sibling’s wife was compelled to commit sati after the fatality of his sibling. This occasion left a profound effect on his mind. After a successful war against the practice of Sati, Raja Ram Mohan Roy would go on to introduce similar conflict against youngster marital relationship, purdah system, the dowry system and polygamy. In 1822, Ram Mohan Roy released the journal Mirat-ul-Akbar in Persian as well as started the newspaper Sambad Koumudi. He passed away of Meningitis in Stapleton near Bristol on September 27, 1833.