Dawn of the ray of hope

India politically under British rule was also suffering form economic backwardness, social evils like Sati tradition, untouchability,child marriage, blind belief, illiteracy, belief in miracles and in general ignorance and illusion was prevailing all over.

Amidst such serious situation on Phalgun krishna dasmi 1881 Vikrami, corresponding to 12th February 1825, in village Tankara of Gujrat, as a ray of hope a child was born in the prosperous family of Shri Karsanji Tewari. He was named as Mool Shankar, who later on as Swami Dayanand Saraswati enlightened the world with the light of the Vedas and saved the world from the depth of ignorance.