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Asked by Viraj anand Dabholkar

Feb 26, 2015

How did the  moves of the colonial government pave the way for the Bastar rebellion?explain.

The rebellion of Bastar in 1910 was caused by a combination of various factors. The moves of...

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Asked by Adithyan Sanal

Mar 22, 2015

How was the life of Pastoralists changed dramatically under colonial rule?         

The colonial rulers wanted to transform all grazing lands into cultivated farms.This was necessary to increase land revenue.

Along with this increasing the ...

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Asked by Ritik Ranjan

Feb 28, 2015

Write about Forest act.

According to the Indian Forest Act of 1865 most of the basic means of livelihood of the fore...

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Feb 28, 2015

Write about waste land rule.

The forests were considered as waste lands by the Britishers as these lands did not yield agricultural product nor any other ...

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Asked by Praveen Lk

Sep 30, 2015

what is meant by kafila?

Kafila. convoy of travellers in Arabia, Persia, or India, 1594.

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Asked by Kirubakaran .D

Dec 18, 2014

Explain the Dust Bowl tragedy?

The Dust Bowl drought of the 1930s was one of the worst environmental disasters of the Twentieth Century anywhere in the world.
Three million people left their farms on the Great Plains during the drough...

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Asked by Shreyas Rastogi

Feb 15, 2015

Write about the seasonal movement of Dhangars during monsoon and dry season ?

Dhangars were an important p...

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Sep 29, 2015

describe yhe life of dhangars of maharashtra?

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Mar 8, 2015

Where is kurumas and kurbas belong to?

The Kurumas and Kurubas also lived in Karnataka and An...

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