The relationship between a guru and a disciple has always been considered to be the highest relationship and it is also said that knowledge taken without a guru is incomplete. Today we are going to tell you about Savitribai Phule who was the first female teacher in the country. Today we will tell you about Savitribai Phule some of the things you hardly know.
Savitribai Phule was born on this day on January 3, 1831, in Naigaon, a small village in Satara, Maharashtra. Significantly, at the age of 9, he was married to 13-year-old Jyotirao Phule. Savitribai was a woman who took up the task of educating her as well as the rest of the women. On January 28, 1853, she established a Juvenile Prevention Home for pregnant, rape victims, and Savitribai Phule is said to be India's first woman teacher and the first leader of the Women's Liberation Movement.
In addition, Savitribai worked closely with her husband in the nineteenth century against evils such as untouchability, Sati practise, child marriage and prohibition of widow marriage. Savitri prevented a widowed Brahmin woman from committing suicide and adopted her newborn son. He was named Yashwant Rao and became a doctor. For information, she passed away on March 10, 1897.