How did the people of Bastar plan the Rebellion against the British?
Answer to be written in the exam:
People began to gather and discuss these issues
in their village councils, in bazaars, and at festivals or wherever the headmen and priests of several villages were assembled.
In 1910, mango boughs, a lump of earth, chilies, and arrows, began circulating between villages. These were actuall
y messages inviting villagers to rebel against the British.
Bazaars were looted
, the houses of officials and traders, schools, and police stations were
burnt and robbed, and grain was redistributed.
- Every village contributed something to the rebelling expenses.
*Write any 3 points