HistoryWhen did the Bhumika rebellion erupt?

When did the Bhumika rebellion erupt?


  1. A
    1910
  2. B
    1911
  3. C
    1912
  4. D
    1913 

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    Solution:

    The Bhumika rebellion erupted in 1910.
    The Adivasi people of the princely state of Bastar in the central part of India staged the Bastar Rebellion, sometimes referred to as the bhumkal (earthquake), in 1910 against British rule. Gunda Dhur was a tribal chief, and Lal Narendra Singh, a diwan as well as the king's cousin, served as its main leader.
    British colonial laws surrounding the utilization of the forests were the main reason for the uprising, as was later established by many official reports looking into the reason for the disturbances.
    An attack group planned to seize the diwan and obliterate the state institutions on February 6, 1910, the day the uprising officially began, but the diwan managed to flee. Instead, the force murdered his officers and began looking for the diwan over the entire part of the south region.
     
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