index
Agarkar, Gopal, 60, 61, 65, 72, 177
Agashe, Ganesh Janard: audience of,
119–20; background of, 118; Sadgun
Manjari, 117–32; on subject’s diary,
117, 124–26
Age of Consent Bill, 97
Ahmed, Sara, 142
Ahmedabad Female School, 50–51
Alam, Muza√ar, 14
Alexandra Native Girls’ English In-
stitution, 35–36, 41–42, 86, 161,
166
Ambedkar, Bhimrao, 22, 97
ams (Arya Mahila Samaj), 57–58
Anderson, Benedict, 12–13
Anglicists, 10, 15
Anglicization: being English vs., 13;
condemnation of, 71; debate on, 11;
of education policy, 9; Hindu
power and, 68; indigeneity and, 14,
18, 35; Marathi and, 16, 59; policy of,
15, 38, 42, 69; vernacular curricu-
lum vs., 103
Anglo-Vernacular standard III, 52
Arnold, David, 118–19
Aryabhushan Press, 59, 60
Arya Mahila Samaj (ams), 57–58
Athavale, Parvatibai, 20; autobiogra-
phy of, 176; background, 176; caste
of, 182, 189; domestic work, 182–84;
education of, 176–77; on female sex
uality, 187; influence of Chiplunkar
on, 176–78, 187, 189; Karve and,
177–81; on learning English, 175,
178–83, 185–86, 188–90; on national
service, 178–79; speech by, 185, 188;
travels, 181–86
Atmavrit (Karve), 101
Bahekleli Taruni (Haddap), 77
Bannerjee, Himani, 205 n. 122
Barlow, Tani, 24
Bayly, Susan, 18
Bentinck, William, 9
Bethune, J. E. D., 32–33, 35
Betterton, Rosemary, 241 n. 61
Bhabha, Homi, 13, 79, 167
Bhandarkar, R. G., 16, 40, 64–65, 88
Bhide, Avadibai: background, 117–22;
biography of, 122–32; diary of, 117,
124–26; English education of, 117,
122–23, 128–29; on ideal woman,
132; on Marathi literature, 129–30;
on traveling abroad, 181–82; wid-
owhood, 122, 123, 133, 134
Bhide, Rao Bahadur Vishnu Moresh-
war, 117, 118, 122
Bilingualism, 13, 14, 30, 41, 47, 59–61,
152, 155
Biographical writings, 118–20
Blackburn, Stuart, 118–19
Bombay Education Society, 40
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