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- The Kerala model in the time of COVID19: Rethinking state, society and democracy
- social and cultural movements of kerala - Deputy Collector
- Tantra, Ritual Performance, and Politics in Nepal and Kerala
- Social movements in modern India
Democratization in the Third World pp Cite as. The state of Kerala in the south-west has done surprisingly well in terms of quality of life and human development indicators in comparison with the rest of India. While one estimate of the human development index HDI was 0.
The Kerala model in the time of COVID19: Rethinking state, society and democracy
The Reformation movement in Kerala refers to a socio-cultural movement that began towards the end of 19th century and led to large scale changes in the social outlook of the southern Indian state of Kerala. The foundations of social changes in Kerala goes back to the 16th century. The formation of Malayalam language in its modern form and the development of the Bhakti movement under the influence of authors like Thunchaththu Ezhuthachan helped break the monopoly of the Brahmins over literature and knowledge. The arrival of Europeans beginning with Portuguese followed by Dutch, then the English became a catalyst in these changes. The arrival of missionaries from European nations lead to a rise in educational institutions in Kerala and the rise of an educated class among caste groups like Ezhavas.
social and cultural movements of kerala - Deputy Collector
To find out the relationship of collective social, economic, and cultural properties of a population on the perceived quality of life QOL among old age people. Ethical clearance from Institutional Ethics Committee was obtained. The mean scores for perceived QOL for domains such as physical health, psychological health, social relations, and control of environments were calculated. The three scales social capital, cultural capital, and economic capital were standardized using z-score transformation to make them comparable. Using multiple linear regression, we calculated the independent effect of economic capital, social capital, and cultural capital on perceived QOL among old people adjusted for age, sex, and the presence of chronic disease. For overall QOL, only cultural capital contributed significantly. Social capital and cultural capital contributed significantly to the physical health domain of QOL.
The article discusses the Social Movements which took place in the Modern era in India. The Indian society is encompassed by caste, race, religion, languages, regions etc. There are profoundly ingrained social and economic disparities. Despite seven decades of democracy, norms are still rigid with respect to inter-group ties, marriage, religious and ritual observance. Democratic movements aim to create a social system of equal standing in general. However, counter-social movements are also present, which oppose these attempts and do whatever possible to retain the status quo. Social movements have an advanced agenda, with the aim of reforming political and social structures.
Tantra, Ritual Performance, and Politics in Nepal and Kerala
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In , its enlarged edition was called the Brahmo Sabha which was renamed Brahmo Samaj later on. He also condemned polygamy and many other forms of subjugation of women. He opened an English school as well as a Vedanta college He was opposed to idolatry and found Upanishads as the basis of true Hinduism.
Social movements in modern India
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Lying in the southwestern tip of India, the green strip of Kerala sandwiched between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea is unique and stands apart from the rest of the states in the country. Kerala's history is ancient, has centuries-old foreign trade links and a long tradition in art and literature. With a very high literacy rate, Kerala is at the forefront in setting high standards in social justice, gender equality, health and education in the country. An epitome of religious harmony, it was through Kerala that Christianity and Islam made its entry to India.
In Travancore the movements for the mitigation of the severities of caste, if not its total abolition, have been popular. The teachings of Sree Narayana Guru gave a momentum to the forces which were generated by the extension of western education among the masses and the tolerant policy pursued by the State in recognising the legitimate claims of the backward communities. The promulgation of the Temple Entry Proclamation was a reform of far-reaching importance, not only to the teeming millions of Travancore but a momentous act of emancipation and hope to the whole of India. The Proclamation runs as follows: "Profoundly convinced of the truth and validity of our religion, believing that it is based on divine guidance and on all-comprehending toleration, knowing that in its practice it has through out the centuries, adapted itself to the needs of changing times, solicitous that none of our Hindu subjects should, by reason of birth or caste of community, be denied the consolations and the solace of the Hindu faith.
As the Reform movements at that time related with some religious beliefs therefore most of the movements of social reform were of a religious character. Socio-religious reform movements arose in most of the communities of Indian people. They not only attacked the bigotry but also superstition and the hold of the priestly class. Which of the following is not correctly matched? Hence, B is the correct option.
The article discusses the Social Movements which took place in the Modern era in India. The Indian society is encompassed by caste, race, religion, languages, regions etc. There are profoundly ingrained social and economic disparities.