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Revolts in British Period

Question 1

Arrange the following peasant movements in order of their chronology:

1) Pagal Panthis Movement

2) Indigo Revolt

3) Narkelberia Uprising

4) Moplah Rebellion

Question 2

Consider the following statements regarding the Peasants Revolts:

1) The Mopala revolt of 1921 was the culmination of a series of riots only against British Officers in Malabar.

2) Narkelberia movement, led by Titu Mir in Bengal, was against the Hindu landlords of West Bengal for imposing a beard tax on the farazis.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

Question 3

Which of the following statements about Titu Mir is/are true?
(i) Tutu Mir was a peasant leader who led the Narkelberia Uprising
(ii) He led one of the first armed peasant uprisings against the British
(iii) Tutu Mir was a follower of the Bhakti movement
(iv) His movement was mostly centered in Bengal region
Choose the correct option:

Question 4

 Match the following.
List - I
I. Bhills of Khandesh
II. Kol uprising
III. Sanyasi rebellion
IV. Santhal rebellion
List - II
a) Umaji Raje
b) Narayan Rao
c) Dasnami
d) Siddhu and Kannu

Question 5

Which one of the following peasant struggles was an outcome of British opium policy?
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Nov 18Kerala State Exams