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GUJARAT VERNACULAR SOCIETY: FROM COLONIST’S INSTITUTION TO AN AGENCY FOR DECOLONIZATION: (1848-1900)

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Gujarat vernacular society was set up by the British in 1848 in Ahmedabad with an objective of giving education to the youth of Gujarat through the vernacular language and ‘civilize’ the native population . The article argues on how this Institution set up by the British, later became part of the social reform movements in Gujarat and acted as a collective force for the decolonization efforts of the later 20th Century freedom struggle. This research work was published by ‘’Samipya” the journal of BJ Institute of learning and Research, Ahmedabad in 2008 (Volume XXV)