Today, I stand before you to honor a remarkable woman whose legacy continues to inspire us—Savitribai Phule.
    Savitribai Phule was a pioneer in education and women’s rights. Born in 1831, she shattered societal norms by advocating for education for all, especially for girls. She believed that education was the key to empowerment and social change.
    With her husband, Jotirao Phule, she started the first girls’ school in India in 1848. Her unwavering dedication to education led the way for countless girls to step into classrooms, paving the path for their future.
    Savitribai Phule was not just a teacher; she was a beacon of hope and courage. She fought against discrimination and worked tirelessly to uplift the oppressed and marginalized.
   Her contributions to education and social reform remain an inspiration for us all. Let us remember her courage, determination, and relentless pursuit of equality as we continue striving for a world where education is a right for everyone.

Thank you.

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