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Mataji Maharani Tapaswini
Mataji Maharani Tapaswini was one of the strongest proponents of female education in India. Her greatest contribution came in the form of the Mahakali Pathshala which she set up in Kolkata in 1893. The school was a completely indigenous affair which did not rely on either foreign aid or assistance. The education of girls was carried out on a strictly national basis in the hopes that they would be able to revive and regenerate Hindu society.
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