The weakness and decay of Indian society was evident to educated Indians, who started to work systematically for their removal. They were no longer willing to accept the traditions, beliefs and practices of Hindu society simply because they had been observed for centuries. As a social reformer(s), Shri Rammohan Roy fought relentlessly against social evils like sati, polygamy, child marriage, female infanticide, and caste discrimination. Shri Debendranath Tagore, the father of Shri Rabindranath Tagore, was responsible for revitalising the Brahmo Samaj. Shri Keshab Chandra Sen set up schools, organised famine relief, and propagated widow remarriage.