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The Pandita Ramabai Mukti Mission is still active today, providing housing, education, vocational training, and medical services, for many needy groups including widows, orphans, and the blind.

As Pandita Ramabai involved herself in social service, there was little family life for her.

This was also the first book that she wrote in English. Joshi, The High-Caste Hindu Woman, which showed the darkest aspects of the life of Hindu women, including child brides and child widows, sought to expose the oppression of women in Hindu-dominated British India.

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She did this well: Manorama completed her BA at Bombay University; went to the USA for higher studies; returned to India, and worked as Principal of Sharada Sadan, Mumbai.

With her help, Pandita Ramabai established Christian High school at Gulbarga (now in Karnataka), a backward district of south India, during 1912, and her daughter was Principal of the school.

Further, she said that as the situation in India was that women's conditions were such that women could only medically treat them, Indian women should be admitted to medical colleges.

Ramabai's evidence created a great sensation and reached Queen Victoria.

It bore fruit later in starting of the Women's Medical Movement by Lord Dufferin.

Ramabai went to Britain in 1883 to start medical training. From Britain she traveled to the United States in 1886 to attend the graduation of the first female Indian doctor, Anandibai Joshi, staying for two years.

In spite of the relentless criticism, Ramabai remained focused on her goal of helping widows. Nine months later, Ramabai, who had been suffering from septic bronchitis, died on 5 April 1922, a few weeks before her 64th birthday.

In 1920 Ramabai’s body began to flag and she designated her daughter as the one who would take over the ministry of Mukti Mission. Swami Vivekananda mentions about Ramabai in his letters."I am astonished to hear the scandals the Ramabai circles are indulging in about me. Bull, that however a man may conduct himself, there will always be persons who invent the blackest lies about him? And these women are invariably the very Christian of Christians!

Pandita Ramabai Sarasvati was born as Rama Dongre on 23 April 1858 in a Marathi speaking family.

She was the daughter of the Sanskrit scholar Anant Shastri Dongre, and his second wife Lakshmibai Dongre.

In an address to Lord Ripon's Education Commission, she declared with fervor, "In ninety-nine cases out of a hundred the educated men of this country are opposed to female education and the proper position of women.

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