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My ancestor is Ram Mohan Roy (1772 - 1833), who is sometimes called the father of modern India. He founded a movement for a renaissance of Hindu culture in 19th century Bengal. He was the first person to translate the Vedas into a modern language and challenged traditional culture by organizing religious dissenters and championing educational, social and political reforms....
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