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  1. Sir you mentioned .. Annie Besant realised that ‘religious reforms’ werent the immediate priority and so she turned towards political reforms on priority.
    pls , shed light on this move and some insights of this ..because this chapter starts as ‘ there can be no social reform without religious reforms’ and social reforms were necessary to bring about political reforms .. and now suddenly , taking political reforms on priority didnt the incomplete religious-social reforms lead to perpetuation of communalism?
    isnt this the factor that contributed along with many other factors for growth of communalism .. cos chapter 13 at the end mentions – struggle against communalism should have been ideological , fought same as with colonialism.

    pls shed some light on it for 5-10 mins .. cos i find this move of annie besant critical for growth of communalism.

    Pardon any mistake made. Kindly consider.

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