What was the Reformation

Reformation in India cultivated the Indians and transformed them to get used to the modern culture. Reformers that did the job are plenty in the history book of records. Different parts of the country have produced some of the internationally renowned reformers every now and then as a continuous process. These leaders took responsibility in preaching the essential aspects and purpose of life to the followers, listeners, and disciples. Some of them are great philanthropists, publishers, translators, printers, entrepreneurs and so on. Mahatma Gandhi who is regarded as the father of the nation has done indigenous reforms.

Dr. Ambedkar, Swami Dyanand Saraswathi, Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, Bala Gangadhar Tilak, likewise, the list of the names would extend on and on. There are so many people who had contributed to the cause and are not popular enough though. Rabindranath Tagore is a great poet, socialist and a reformer too. There were too many superstitions that prevailed amidst the society from sati to untouchability that well wanted to be eradicated for the welfare of the human society in the country. These reformers instilled fresh thoughts and ideas of practicality in the minds of the common men and women. It took years to transform communities altogether.

Reformation in Europe includes a series of non periodical events that happened in the sixteenth century A.D. in and around the united kingdom of the present day. The authority of the church of the roman Catholics were broken and so is the case of pope’s authority as well. The practices of the Christianity all over the different parts of the globe were severely affected by means of this change. It was during this period the feudalism declined. There were so many causes for it to happen. Nationalism on the other hand, gained the upper hand. The new common laws were enacted to safeguard the rights of the common man and create a balance in the communities. Inequalities started to diminish gradually after this reformation happened in the sun never setting empire.

The invention of the revolutionary foremost printing press happened to occur in this very same year. Information transfer as well as communication spread was at higher speeds. Every other common man was awakened and informed well about the happenings in the top level. The circulation of the bible increased by far due to these changes that happened in the reformation period. Transmission of intellect and knowledge sharing became easier among the scholars by means of publications, meets and so on.

It was during the reign of the Henry viii things started to burst out causing the outset of the reformation of the middle ages. Church of the England became the most established church of the whole nation as they split from the Church of Rome. The monarch of England became the supreme governor. The ideas were not acceptable for one and all of the communities. There were a lot of disputes among the people in following a particular strategy for generations. Pope of Rome or the English monarch, the dispute finally ended up when the green revolution came into the picture.

Reformation on the other perspective is also called as the protestant reformation. It could be said as the split in the western followers of Christianity. Martin Luther and john Calvin along with some other early Protestants initiated the cause. They could be referred as the reformers as well. Black Death as well as the western schism led to the precipitation of the reformation during the early years. Lot of people was against the criticism of the church policies and rose against the policies of the Protestantism.

The Roman Catholic communities came up with another set of ideologies that are called as the Counter Reformation. It was anchored by the top clergy man Jesuit order. They gained recognition and encouragement in Poland. They got well established in this part of the world. Whole of the northern European countries just with the exception of the England and the Ireland became completely protestants almost. The southern part of the European countries remained always to be just Roman Catholics. It was the central Europe which suffered a lot as there were severe warfare happened most of the times between the two ethnic groups in this part of the world.