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Title: Educating Women and Non-Brahmins as ‘Loss of Nationality’ : Bal Gangadhar Tilak and the Nationalist Agenda in Maharashtra
Contributors: Rao, Parimala V
Keywords: Nationalist discourse in Maharashtra
Tilak and his paper, the Mahratta
Pre-colonial Maharashtrian society - educating women and non-Brahmins – loss of nationality
National Education -- meaning and scope of compulsory education
Pre-colonial Maharashtrian society -- Nationalists on women’s education and compulsory education
Opposition to Compulsory Education for Girls andEstablishment of a Women’s University in India
Tilak was a product of colonial education
Tilak’s consideration of the English education and the material development of the country – India
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Centre for Women’s Development Studies
Place of Publication: New Delhi, India
Series/Report no.: Centre for Women’s Development Studies; 2008, Occasional Paper, no. 50
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Appears in Collections:Serials and series reports (Publicly Accessible) - Center for Women’s Development Studies [India]

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