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2023, Vol. 5, Issue 2, Part B

Significance of Birsa Munda's leadership in tribal struggles among rural and urban group: A research study at Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal, India


Author(s): Nimai Sannyasi, Bilash Samanta and Abdul Halim

Abstract: Birsa was born into a family that belonged to the Munda tribe, one of the indigenous tribes who had long since inhabited the area. The Mundas had a rich cultural history and a strong bond with their own land. Birsa Munda fought against Christian missionaries and championed the interests of the tribal people in the area of religion. He fought to restore ethnic pride, prohibited a number of superstitious rituals, introduced new doctrine, and sought to modify religious practises. This current research study was carried out to know the significance of Birsa Munda's leadership in tribal struggles among rural and urban group.

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Nimai Sannyasi, Bilash Samanta, Abdul Halim. Significance of Birsa Munda's leadership in tribal struggles among rural and urban group: A research study at Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal, India. Int J Hist 2023;5(2):83-85.
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