Name any two social reforms advocated by the British which
affected the religious tradition of the Indian people.

The following points may help you:

a. British considered the task of civilizing India as their moral responsibility. The passed laws banning sati, allowing widow remarriage for the purpose of reforming Indian society
b. British intervention in social reforms, like abolition sati , passing a law for widow remarriage and also child marriage restraint act  was disliked by people.
c. The practise of sati, hook swinging festival came under the British act. 

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