The chief aim of the Brahmo Samaj was the worship of the eternal God. It was against priesthood, rituals and sacrifices. It focused on prayers, meditation and reading of the scriptures.
The samaj has had considerable success with its programs of social reform but has never had a significant popular following.
For further reading check the following articles:
- 19th Century Social and Religious Reforms Movements in India
- Revision Made Easy: Socio-Religious Reform Movements UPSC
- Indian Education System During British Rule