The Temple Entry Movement of 1927 was started by Bhimrao Ambedkar. It was a movement to allow lower caste people to enter temples.
Its result led to people of lower caste being allowed to enter temples and also use and draw water from temple wells. Equal status for lower caste people was proclaimed through this movement. The aim was to reform Hindu society.
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