Pandita Ramabai was an Indian social reformer, a pioneer in the education and emancipation of women in India. It is amazing to see how one woman, whose life overflowed with love, compassion and dedication was used by God for the cause of women in India. She made herself a simple instrument in the hands of the Master Potter. God used her marvelously to shape broken lives and make them whole again.
Ramabai was the kind of person who did not just concentrate on a must-do education course or teach a skill to be transformed. She believed in “Shaping the Mind” rather than filling the head. That is what she did when she first started Sharada Sadan in 1891. That legacy is carried on even today through Sharada Sadan Primary School, Manorama Memorial Girls High School & Junior College and Manorama Memorial English Medium School. Pandita Ramabai Mukti Mission believes in “Shaping the Minds” for the women to be Salt and Light in the Society.
Out of the 500,000 visually special needs persons in India in 1897, a blind Pachani was led to Pandi...read more