Savitribai Phule:

   Meet Savitribai Phule (1837-1897), the remarkable social reformer who dedicated her life to improving the lives of marginalized women in India. Alongside her husband Jyotirao, Savitribai played a key role in establishing the first school for girls in India in 1848 at Bhide Wada in Pune. Despite being illiterate when she married, Savitribai went on to become the first Indian woman to be trained as a teacher and headmistress, using her position to fight for the rights of women and against practices such as infanticide and honor killing. In addition to her work as an educator, Savitribai was also a philanthropist who, along with her adopted son Yashwanth, opened a clinic to treat those affected by the third wave of bubonic plague in India. Savitribai's tireless efforts to empower and uplift women in India have left a lasting legacy that continues to inspire change to this day.

Educational Trusts: 

1. The Native Female School 

2. The Society for Promoting the Education for Mahars, Mangs, etc. 


1. Kavya Phule (1854) 

2. Bavan Kashi Subodh Ratnakar (1892) 

3. Go, Get Education. (Poem)

Savitribai passed away on March 10, 1897 after contracting the plague while treating a patient, but her legacy lives on as an inspiration to all those who fight for equality and justice.