||(Midnapur, Bengal 1766- 1772 & 1795-1816)
||(Singhbhum 1820, 1822 & 1832)
||(Chottanagpur 1831-1832) led by Buddhu Bhagat
||(Assam 1828-33) Led by Gomadhar Konwar
||(Khasi Hills-Assam and Meghalaya 1829-32) Led by
Triat Singh and Bar Manik.
||Khandesh 1817-19, 1825, 1831, 1847) Led by Sewaram
agaist the company owing to agrarian hardship.
||(Sahyadri Hills-Gujrat- Maharashtra 1824, 1829,
||Rampa Godavari region of Andhra Pradesh 1840, 1845,
1858, 1861-62, 1879, 1880, 1896, 1916, 1922-24). In
1922-24 Led by Alluri Sitarmaraju.
||(Rajmahal Hills-Santhal Pargana, Bihar 1855-56) led
by Sindhu and Kanhu.
||(Panch Mahals-Gujarat 1858-59 and 1868) led by Rup
Singh and Joria Bhagat
||(Cachar-Assam 1882) led by Sambhudam
Chotanagpur 1899-90. Known as ulgulan led by
Birsa Munda against the erosion of their Kuntkatti
land system, recruitment of forced labour (Beth-Begar)
and against the activities of the Christian missionary.
They attacked churches and police station. Birsa Munda
was taken prisoner by the British and the movement
||(Banswara, Suthi Dungarpur-Rajasthan 1913)
led by Govind Guru
||(Chottanagpur 1914-15) led by Jatra Bhagat and Tana Bhagat
||(Manipur 1917-19) led by Jadonang
||In 1822-29 they rose against deposition of Raja Pratap
Singh of Satara in 1839
||(1921-22) in Andhra Pradesh.
||Among the Santhals in 1870's, earlier in 1855 by
Sidhu and Kanhu against Dikus.
||The British expansion on their territory led to an
uprising by the martial Pahariyas of the Raj Mahal
Hills in 1778
||The Kharwars of Bihar in the 1870s.
|Bhuyan and Juang
||The first uprising of 1867-68 was under the leadership of
||Assam in early 1830
||The Zeliangsong Movement of the Manipur Nagar was
launched by the Zemi, Liangmei and Rongmei
||Under Jodanang (1905-31). The other leader was
Gaidinliu who fed the Heraka cult.
||Led by Haji Shariatullah and his son Dadu Mian degeneration of Islamic Faridpur, East Bengal society and loss of power to theBritish. It supported the cause of tenants against theZamindara Dadu Mian was finally arrested and confined to Alipore jail.
||Assumption of direct administration of Kolhapur by British and (Kalhapru 1844-45) resentment of Gadkris against revenue policy. Final suppression of the movement by the British.
||Led by Karan Shah and his son. Tipu. A semi-religious sect. Rose against the oppression of the Zamindars.
|Led by Srendra Sai, inter-ference of British in the internal affairs of (Orissa 1840-41) Sambalpur, Surendra Sai was finally arrested and imporiosned by the British (1840)
||Led by religious monks and dispossed zamindars.
Against restrictions (Bengal1760-1800) imposed by the
English company on visit ofholy place and ruin of peasent and zamindars.
|The Kuka Revolt
||The Kuka movement started as a religious movement
though it later began to acquire political overtone. The movement was began in 1840 by Bhagat JawaharMal or Sian Saheb in West Punjab. The movement aimed to purge Sikhism of its by preaching abolition of castes and similar discriminations and discouraging the eatheg of meat and taking of drugs. Woman were encouraged to step out of seclusion. After the British conquered thePunjab, the movement began to focus on achievingSikh sovereignty. The British followed extremely repressive measures from 1862 to 1872 to suppress the movement.
|All India Kissan Sabha
||Founded at Lucknow in 1936 with Shajananda Saraswati
as its first Chairman. It main demands included50% cut in revenuerents, full occupancy right to tenants abolition of begar and restoration of customary forest rights.
||Leaders Sitaram Das, Vijay Pathak Singh. Manik Lal Verma & Haribabu (Rajasthan 1905, 1913, Upadhya. The
movement arose due to the imposition of 86 different types 1916, 1927) of cesses on the Kisans. The peasants refused to pay cesses and cultivate their land tried to migrate to neighbouring areas. In 1927, peasant adopted satyagrah
methods to fight fresh cessed & begar.
||Led by Vallabhai Patel. Against the Bombay governments
decision to hike (Gujarat 1928) The revenue on cotton by 22 percentwhile its prices declined in the i n t e r n a t i o n a l market. The peasant organised on revenue move-ment. Ultimately the government gave up their plans to revise the rate.
||It was the movement of indigo peasants (working under tinnkathiya system) (Bihar 1917) against the oppression of the planters. Gandhi asked the peasants to resort to satyagraha
||Led by traditional headmen (Patel) The fall in the prices of cotton and (Maharashtra and Six hike in land revenue forced the peasants to take loans on high ratesb from Taluks of Poona & Gujarat and Marwari money lenders. The movement took the formof A h m e d n a g a r District) forceful seizure & buming of debt bonds by peasants.
||Founded by Madari Pasi. The main demands of the movement was (Avadh (1921) conversion of pro-duce (batai) into cash.
||Led by N.V. Rama Naidu and N.G. Ranga. It was started
against the (South India 1931) oppressive zamindars.
||Led by Bishnu Biswas and Diagambar Biswas. It was the revolt of indigo (Bengal 1859-60) peasants against the British painters and their oppression refusal to take advances and enter into contract.
|Kaira (Kheda) Satyagraha
||Leader Vallabhai Patel. The peasants arose against the demand of land raha (Gujarat 1918) revenue inspite of crop failure. The peasant collectively refused to pay lan revenue Government was forced to offer terms acceptable to the peasants.
|Moplah Uprising Leader
|| Sayyed Alwi & Sayyid Fazi. The movement arose against the (Malabar 1836-54) vastly enhanced rights of Hindu Namboodri & Nair Jenmis which had 1896, 1921) worsened the condition of Muslim lease holders and cultivators the Moplahs. the Moplahs attacked the Jenmis property & temples it was purely agrarian in nature.
|Oudh Kisaan Sabha
||Founded by Gauri Shankar Mishra, Main leader Baba Ramchandra. The (Uttar Pradesh 1920) o r g a n i z a t i o n demanded abolition of begar, reduction of rents and social boycott of oppressive zamindars.
|Pabna Movement Bangal
|Led by Ishwar (1870-80) Chandra Roy, Shambhu Pal and
Khoodi Mollah. The movement rose as a result of high increase in zamindari rent. The peasant demanded changes in measurement standard, abolition of abwabs and re duction in rent.
||Led by Vasudev Balwant Phadke. Owing to hardship caused to the (Maharashtra 1879) peasants by the Deccan famine of 1876-77 Phadke organised the Ramosi peasants & revolted against the British and thought of establishing a Hindu Raj.
||To miplement the Flaud Commission recommendations of Tebhaga that is (Bengal 1964-47) 2/3 of crop to the bargadars working on the land rented from the jotadars.
||Biggest peasants guirella war in the indian history. It rose against the (Andhra Pradesh exploitation of peasant by Desmukh and Hagirdars. The movement retained 1946-48) dimensions of national liberation struggle against the Nizams
|U.P. Kisan Sabha
||Founded by Indra Narayan Dwivedi & Gowi Shankar Mishra. The (1918) organization was against the threat of bedakhli eviction and the Jajmani system.