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As the Muslim women's question was articulated by men in the 'reform' movement (as in other communities), the participation of women was also by their (male) design; many times, women's reform activities were seen as evidence of their own (male) progress. This paper examines the role of women initiated in the reform movement and the 'role model' they were expected to play, especially if educated and wedded to one active in 'reform.' The paper takes up the study of Wahid Jahan in reform, wife ofdoi:10.46521/pjws.025.01.0051 fatcat:gqjjwxtlebftflz64ibiyqblrm