Person    | Male  Born 22/5/1772  Died 27/9/1833

Ram Mohun Roy

Categories: Politics & Administration, Religion

Countries: India

Indian scholar and reformer. Born Bengal. Worked to abolish the Hindu tradition of sati, where a widow joins her husband on the funeral pyre. For his last three years he was the ambassador to Britain for the Moghal Emperor Akbar II. Died Bristol.

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