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Rukhmabai Raut: A Beacon of Courage and Change in British India
Rukhmabai's remarkable contributions to medicine and the cause of women's rights continue to inspire generations.
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Acharya N G Ranga: The Farmer’s Friend and Swatantra Party Stalwart
Throughout his political career, Ranga stood for peasants, the right to property and economic freedom.
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Tanguturi Prakasam Panthulu: A Visionary Leader and pioneer of Press Freedom
Tanguturi Prakasam inspired a generation of leaders as a role model politician of all times. With a liberal outlook towards rural development, Tanguturi always remained an idol of the masses. 
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Kandukuri Veeresalingam: Icon of Andhra’s Renaissance
Sri Kandukuri Veeresalingam is considered the father of Renaissance in Andhra Pradesh
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Two Strands of Liberal Expression : Dr. Anandibai Joshi and Lakshmibai Tilak
Dr. Anandibai and Lakshmibai, through their separate paths for empowerment, reiterated and affirmed liberal ideas in the intellectual churning of the 19th century.
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Lokmanya Tilak : A Conservative Liberal?
TIlak has often been interpreted and largely misinterpreted as a revolutionary, an extremist, and a nationalist leader who supported the use of violence.
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Gopal Ganesh Agarkar and the Vindication of Women’s Education
Agarkar’s treatment of the subject of women’s education was at once insightful, critical and persuasive.
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The Forgotten Legacy of Yashodabai Agarkar
Yashodabai's life was marked by endless struggle as she faced widowhood, resistance from her family, mockery by the society, and poverty.
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