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11th Class Chapter No 4 - Protest Movemnt Against Colonial Rule in History for ISC

  • There was a wide demand of indigo in Europe.
  • The British oppressed indigo plantation in Bengal and Bihar for cultivating indigo instead of food crops.
  • Peasants were made to sign contracts and sell their indigo at lowest possible rates.
  • The petitions sent by peasants were ignored by the Company’s government.
  • Digambar and Vishnu Charan Biswas of Nadia district gave leadership to the peasants.
  • Harish Chandra Mukerjee, Editor and journalist of Hindu Patriot, published many facts regarding the exploitation of peasants by the officials.
  • Dinabandhu Mitra’s “Nil Darpan” gave ex...
  • The growing agitations drew the attention of the Government.
  • Indigo Commission was appointed to record complaints of affected peasants and issued proclamation against forced cultivation of indigo.
  • The Ryotwari Settlement became an oppressive system in the Deccan.
  • Peasants revolted against the mahajans or money lenders.
  • Cotton was the main crop of the region.
  • The Kunbi peasants used to borrow money from landlords to invest in cotton cultivation.
  • The fall in prices of cotton in 1870 affected the peasants.
  • The money lenders confiscated the leased lands of the peasants.
  • Poona and Ahmednagar saw the first social boycott of money lenders.
  • Soon a violent revolt broke out under the leadership of Kenglia.
  • Later authorities passed the Deccan land Act to protect the interests of peasants.
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