The struggle of tribal revolutionary heroes

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Many tribal revolutionaries have played a lion's share in the Indian freedom struggle. Many tribal heroes sacrificed their lives for their motherland. I have written this book through my meager efforts to convey all this information from my collection to all the native tribals. I read some books but I did not get the information of tribal heroes together. In most places, I gave speeches, and it was very difficult for me to get information while writing those speeches. The only person I met at that time was Shri. I was able to write only with the inspiration of Vishwanath Dhumale Sir. Especially senior tribal literary Pvt. Madhav Sarkunde Sir, Pvt. Dr. Dhanajkar received invaluable guidance from Sir. I was assisted by my father Sandeep Bhurke and mother Kavita Bhurke as well as my uncles Gajanan Bhurke, Bapurao Walke and Balaji Khude. Finally, I urge all the tribals not to let the sacrifices of their revolutionaries go in vain. Ulgulan remained immortal. Jai Adivasi. Jai Birsa ...

Shravika Bhurke
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Mahamanav Krantisurya Birsa Munda

Birsa Munda, a tribal Jananayak during the Indian War of Independence, was born on 15 November 1875 in Ulihatu village near Ranchi to Sugma Munda and Karmi.

His father was a farm laborer. Poverty at home gave him the opportunity to study at the English medium 'Chaibasa English' Missionary School. English education influenced him with modern ideas. Apart from education, Birsana had a special interest in music and dance. It was a time of capitalism. The whole country was enslaved by the British. Even the tribals living in the forest did not escape from this slavery.

Birsa Munda was the first person in the world to denounce the British and Dhiku and say that the government is the driver of this country. We are the original owners of the land and the country, we are tribals. After 1897, under the leadership of Birsa Munda, the tribal community fought many battles against the British government and brought them to Jeris and called for Ulugulan.

In 1898, on the banks of the Tanga River, Birsa Munda defeated the British troops and 400 tribals were martyred.

During his lifetime, Birsa Munda recognized the exploitation of the tribal community in the foreign political system and revolted against the landlords and landlords who were exploiting the tribals economically. In May 1900, Birsa Munda was kept in solitary confinement.

He was tortured in prison. On June 9, 1900, Birsa vomited blood and fainted. He died in the process. Our tribal sun has set. People presented the book 'Jananayak' to this great man.
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