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100 1  Wagner-Wright, Sandra,|eauthor. 
245 10 Rama's labyrinth|h[Hoopla electronic resource] /|cSandra 
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490 1  Women of Determination and Courage ; 
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511 1  Read by Deepti Gupta. 
520    Educated and inquisitive, Pandita Ramabai was born in 1858
       near Gangamul in the Western Ghat mountains of southern 
       India. The daughter of a Sanskrit scholar, she rose to 
       become a respected scholar herself, in a time when women 
       rarely held such positions. But having lost nearly 
       everyone she loved to famine or cholera, Rama spent most 
       of her life in search of a community she could call home. 
       A widow and single mother, she became a social activist 
       and reformer, relentlessly advocating for the education of
       women and the care of India's many poor, widowed child-
       brides. Rama's journey takes listeners across British 
       India to England and America as this strong, determined 
       woman battles prejudice, tradition and a male-dominated 
       society to find justice for those with no voice or 
       opportunity. The Pandita Ramabai Mukti Mission, which she 
       founded during a severe famine, became home to thousands 
       of outcast children, child widows, orphans, and other 
       destitute women. It is still active today. As one of the 
       world's great, unsung heroines, Pandita Ramabai has been 
       called one of India's greatest daughters. 
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