Explain the following statement with reasons:
Social reformers felt the need of creating a new Indian Society.
The progress of Indian society was stunted because of superstitions, an orthodox way of life, caste discriminations, false social notions, lack of curiosity, and rationality that prevailed on a large scale. The social reformers who were trained in the modern education system introduced by the British developed a different worldview. Hence, They felt the need of creating a new Indian society that cherished the progressive values of ‘Freedom, Equality, Fraternity, and Humanism’.
Concept: Call for Social and Religious Reforms
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