Which Of The Following Statements Correctly Describes The Bengal Renaissance

Which of the following statements correctly describes the Bengal Renaissance? (Select all correct options.)


A-Bengal Renaissance refers to the period of great vibrancy in literature and culture centered in the city of Calcutta during the late eighteenth and nineteenth century when Indian and British intellectuals worked together

B-It was during this period that Hindu intellectuals like Rammohun Roy, Dwarakanath Tagore, etc. were actively engaged in reforming many traditional practices like Sati, child marriage, caste hierarchy etc.

C-The Bengal renaissance only affected the upper strata of Indian society, and did not have much effect on the rural poor

D-The Bengal renaissance anticipated the rise of the westernized Indian middle class, the group that later produced leaders like Mohandas Gandhi, and Jawaharlal Nehru

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