Despite the fact that Young Bengal Movement had rose like a bright star in the intellectual movement in India; it soon faded away without getting much popular. Which among the following was / were the reasons for the same?
1. It built up an utopian idealism but lack practical steps to realise it
2. It used bizarre methods not suitable for contemporary society in Bengal
3. It started as a sober movement but later became too much revolutionary and radical
Select the correct option from the codes given below:

Answer: [A] Only 1 & 2

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