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India - Forty years of Progress and Reform Being a sketch of the Life and Times of Behramji M. Malabari

1896

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And the Christian religion the noblest in this respect of all having for its central mystery the sacrifice of the second person of the Godhead Himself for the redemption and final happiness of fallen man had its 'birth in the Last in that narrow strip in the corner which unites Eiirope with Asia symbolic of the spirit* union of the two B 24 India : For Years of Progress and Reform. [...] The institution of the historic order of Jesus whose members lead an active life of self-sacrifice in the very midst of the world living thus in full touch with fit is no slight proof of the wisdom and elasticity of the Church of Rome. [...] And it has been the great good fortune of the East to come next in contact with one of the two great bran`Clors of the sturdy active Teutonic rapes which proved the salvation of Europe in freeing it from the effete and moribund rule of the degenerate Roman empire. [...] BEIIRAMJI MALABAIg was born in the year 1853-4 in the city of Baroda the capital of the Gaikwad one of the surviving group of rulers who formed in the last century the much-dreaded Mahratta confederacy. [...] and `after a career of immense usefulnfss as philathropist and philosopher died the death of the saint honoured by the entire Christian world zi8 the greatest of the Fathers of the Church.

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Preface i-viii R.P. Karkaria

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Chapter I. Introduction – The Idea of Self-sacrifice in the East and in the West—England’s Work in India—The System of Education Western as opposed to Oriental 1-19 unknown

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Chapter II. Early life: his Mother’s Influence—Her Death and its effects—Struggles and Vicissitudes—School Days—The Rev. Mr. Dixon—Literary Training 20-40 unknown

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Chapter III. Early literary efforts—Vernacular Literature—The Rev. Dr. Wilson—The Parsis their position and influence—Special efforts at their conversion to Christianity—Niti-Vinod. Hindu Gujarati and Parsi Gujarati 41-59 unknown

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Chapter IV. Marriage—Female Education among Parsis and other classes—Indian ilfuse in English Garb—Wilson’s influence—A real missionary—Influence of Christianity on modern Indian thought—Zoroastrianism Wilson Virah 60-82 unknown

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Chapter V. Journalism in India—The Indian Spectator—New Political Activity unrest and dissatisfaction Criticism of Government 83-102 unknown

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Chapter VI. Book on Gujarat a true Picture of life in Town and Village—Translations of Max Muller’s Hibbert Lectures dealing with the Religions of India 103-113 unknown

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Chapter VII. Social Reform Malabari’s life-work—The Position of Indian Women—The Marriage Question—The Age of Consent Act 114-130 unknown

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Chapter VIII. Visit to England The Indian Eye on English Life—The Indian Problem—Latest Gujarati poem’Conclusion 131-142 unknown

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Supplement 143-148 unknown

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Index 149-152 unknown

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Carlyle’s Unpublished Lectures on European Literature and Culture i-ii R.P. Karkaria

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Mr. Malabari’s Literary Works 1-14 unknown

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Pages
176
SARF Document ID
sarf.142799

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