Q. 64.2( 67 Votes )
Why do you think many teachers rejected prevalent religious beliefs and practices?
Many teachers rejected prevalent religious beliefs and practices because:
1. Such beliefs advocated social differences and practicing them was difficult and cumbersome.
2. The lower cast was oppressed by upper cast.
3. They wanted to free the right of worship God and simplify it by abandoning the rituals to please God.
4. They believed in power of personal devotion.
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