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by L P Mathur

  • ISBN: 8179100790
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  • Author: L P Mathur
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Aavishkar Publishers & Distributors (2004)
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Below is given a chronological record of tribal and peasant revolts in India before the independence from the British rule in the year 1947. The list covers those tribal uprisings that occurred during the period of British rule in India

Below is given a chronological record of tribal and peasant revolts in India before the independence from the British rule in the year 1947. The list covers those tribal uprisings that occurred during the period of British rule in India. 1774-79: Halba rebellion in Dongar (By Halba tribes in Bastar Chhattisgarh) against British armies and the Marathas. 1778: revolt of the Pahariya Sardars of Chota Nagpur against the British Government.

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Tribal Revolts in India Under the British Raj studies the various revolts staged by them during the period the country was under foreign rule. The narration is based on original government records administrative reports and published works and therefore it is as authentic as can be. Those interested in studying and wanting to know more about the tribals of the country will also find this book interesting.

Tribal Revolts in British India ब्रिटिश राज के खिलाफ आदिवासी और अन्य विद्रोह Indian History. 1941 The Gond and the Kolam revolted in collaboration against British Government in the Adilabad district of the state of Telangana

Tribal Revolts in British India ब्रिटिश राज के खिलाफ आदिवासी और अन्य विद्रोह Indian History. TRICK- भारतीय आदिवासी विद्रोह,Tribal Revolts in INDIA. 1941 The Gond and the Kolam revolted in collaboration against British Government in the Adilabad district of the state of Telangana. 1942 Tribal revolt under leadership of Lakshmana Naik at Koraput in Orissa. 1942-1945 The tribes of Andaman and Nicobar islands revolted against occupation of their islands by Japanese troops during world war.

Tribal revolts in British India and the princely states. In the broadest sense, the British approached the jungles with an overarching goal of bringing ‘primitive’ peoples under the control of a modern, centralized bureaucracy. Tribal revolts in contemporary India: the Naxalite conflict. British influence and tribal revolt in Bastar. Tribal revolt in contemporary Bastar: the rise of the Naxalites. 11 This led to the official classification of tribal populations-a chief example was the institution of the Criminal Tribes Act in 1871, which sought to control the movement of certain tribes with a history of criminal activity.

List Price : US$ 3. 9 Our Price : US$ 2. 3. You Save 20% + FREE DELIVERY WORLDWIDE. ISBN-10 : 81-7910-079-0, 8179100790. Place of Publication : Jaipur. Year of Publication : 2004.

Tribal revolts were one out of them as British have tried to achieve supremacy over the native tribal lands. However, British have overcome all the hurdles and established their paramountcy ultimately. The tribals were the earliest fighters for the independence and their revolts were all armed movements. Causes of the Tribal Revolts. Expansion of British Colonial Rule: Several plains were occupied by the English and to raise substantial revenue, they have started encroaching the rich mineral zones where tribals were inhabiting.

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