Civil and Peasant Uprising

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Civil Uprising

Year
Revolt
Leader
Location / Remarks
1763-1800
Bhawani Pathak
Debi Chaudhurani
Chirag Shah
Majanun Shah
Anandamath based on Sanyasi revolt by Bankim Chandra
Devi Chaudhurani – Bankim Chandra
1766-74
Revolt in Midnapore and Dhalbhum
Damodar Singh
Jagannath Dhal
 
1769-99
Revolt of Moamarias
 
Rangpur (now in Bangladesh) and Jorhat
Against Ahom kings of Assam
Moamarias were low-caste peasants followed teachings of Aniruddhadeva (1553-1624)
1781
Civil Uprisings in Gorakhpur, Basti and Bahraich
 
zamindars and cultivators rose against land revenue
1794
Vizayaramaraju
English went on to demand a tribute of 3 lakh rupees
1795-1805
Poligars’ Revolt
Kattabomman
Thirunelveli , Tamilnadu
1797-1805
Resistance of Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja
Kerala Simham
Kottayam, Kerala
 
1799
Revolt of Dhundia in Bednur
Dhundia Wagh
local Maratha leader
1799
Civil Rebellion in Awadh
Wazir Ali Khan
Massacre of Benares
1800
1835-37
Uprisings in Ganjam and Gumsur
Strikara Bhanj
Dhananjaya Bhanj
 
Civil and Peasant Uprising peasants indigo revolt wahabi movement revolts in india
1800-02
Uprisings in Palamau
Bhukhan Singh
Jharkhand
1809
Uprising in Bhiwani
 
Jats of Haryana
1808-09
Velu Thampi
Velu Thampi addressed a gathering in Kundara known as the Kundara Proclamation
1808-12
Disturbances in Bundelkhand
Lakshaman Dawa
Bundelkhand
1813-34
Parlakimedi Outbreak
Narayan Deo
Ganjam, Parlakimedi
1816-32
Kutch Rebellion
Raja Bharmal II
Kutch
1816
Rising at Bareilly
 
imposition of the police tax
1817
Upsurge in Hathras
 
Uttar Pradesh
1817
Jagabandhu
Raja of Khurda
Orissa, Jagabandhu-1817
Paiks of Odisha were the traditional landed militia
1818-20
Waghera Rising
 
Baroda region of Gujarat
1827-33
Raju Rebellion
Birabhadra Raju
Visakhapatnam
1828
Ahom Revolt
Gomdhar Konwar
Assam
1829
Gumsur outbreak
Dhananjaya Bhooja
Ganjam, Orissa
Civil and Peasant Uprising peasants indigo revolt wahabi movement revolts in india
1835
Palakonda Outbreak
 
Andhra Pradesh
Revolt by Zamindars
1840
Surat Salt Agitations
 
government’s step to raise the salt duty from 50 paise to one rupee
1840
Kittur Rising
Surendra Sai
Sambalpur, Orissa
1842
Sambalpur outbreaks
Dhar Rao Pawar
Satara, Maharashtra
1844
Satara Disturbance
Bundela Revolt
Mahukar Shah
Jawarhir Singh
Bundelkhand
1844
Gadkari Revolt
 
Kolhapur of Maharashtra;
Gadakaris, a hereditary military class
1844-59
Savantvadi Revolts
Phond Savant
Subana Nikam
1830-61
Syed Ahmed of Rai Bareilly
Bihar, Bengal, North West Frontier Province, Punjab
an Islamist revivalist movement
1840-72
Bhagat Jawahar Mal
Ram Singh
Punjab
A religious movement
Civil and Peasant Uprising peasants indigo revolt wahabi movement revolts in india

Peasant Uprising

Year
Revolt
Leader
Location / Remarks
1827-1831
Titu Mir
West Bengal
against landlords, mainly Hindu, for high tax on the Faraizis, and indigo planters
1st armed peasant uprising against the British
later merged into Wahabi movement
1820-60
Dudhu Mian
Muslim sect founded by Haji Shariat-Allah
Faridpur in Bengal
1825-35
Pagal Panthis
Karam Shah
Tipu
Garo tribes of Mymensingh district, Bengal
1836-54
Moplah Uprisings
 
Malabar, Kerala
1859
Digambar Biswas
Bishnu Biswas
Started in Nadia, Bengal
Got support from bengali intelligentsia in newspapers, mass meetings and legal battles
Government appointed an indigo commission1869
Indigo cultivation was wiped out from Bengal by end of 1860s
Nil Darpan, 1869 written on this
1874-85
Pabna Agrarian Leagues
 
Bengal
1867
Deccan Riots
 
social boycott villages of Poona, Ahmednagar, Sholapur and Satara
social boycott transformed intoriots and attacks on moneylenders
Deccan Agriculturists Relief Act was passed in 1879
1890-1900
Peasant unrest in Punjab
 
Against money lenders
1917
Champaran
Gandhiji
Bihar
1918-22
Kisan Sabha Movement
Gauri Shankar Mishra
Indra Narayan Dwivedi
Protest movement in the
Uttar Pradesh
passing of the Awadh Rent (Amendment) Act
1918
Khaira Satyagraha
Gandhiji
Gujrat
1921
Eka Movement
 
Hardoi, Bahraich, Sitapur – UP
1921
Kunhammad Haji
Ali Musaliar
Sithi Koya
South Malabar, Kerala
1928
Vallabhbhai Patel
No revenue campaign
Gujrat
1936
Swami Sahjan Saraswati
N.G. Ranga
Started in Luknow
kisan manifesto was issued by Indulal Yagnik
It did notable work during the famine of 1943
July 1946
Telangana Movement
Asajahi Nizams
Combination of religious-linguistic domination
Cleared the way for the formation of Andhra Pradesh on linguistic lines
Sept 1946
Kisan Sabha
Bengal
urban student militias went to countryside to organise the bargardars
Central slogan was “nij khamare dhan tolo”
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