Storizen|January 2022
The Adivasi Fireball
Swapna Peri

Indian freedom struggle is one of the most iconic incidents that happened in the world. There have been numerous books, plays, articles, movies, etc. forms where the heroes of the freedom struggle have been talked about. Meanwhile, there are many other prominent people who ate their own risk and power fought against the feudal system of the British government.

The latest mentions of Alluri Seetaramaraju of Andhra, Komaram Bheem of Telangana, and Birsa Munda of Odisha have gained prominence. In this connection, more details about Birsa Munda from some sources say that - During the period, 1886 to 1890, Birsa Munda spent a significant amount of time in Chaibasa, which was close to the center of the Sardars agitation. The activities of the Sardars had a substantial impact on the mind of the young Birsa, who soon became a part of the anti-missionary and anti-government program. By the time he left Chaibasa in 1890, Birsa was firmly entrenched in the movement against the British oppression of the tribal communities.

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About the Book

In 19th century India, deep in the heart of what is now the state of Jharkhand, the Adivasis have been leading a life of absolute misery and darkness. With the help of its scheming local collaborators, the colonial state has cast a net of abuse and exploitation that is tightening around these Adivasis, much like a hangman's noose does.

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