ALLURI SITARAMA RAJU BIOGRAPHY PDF

Alluri Sitarama Raju was born on July 4, , and is widely credited for leading the 'Rampa revolt' against British colonisation. The statue of revolutionary freedom fighter Alluri Sitarama Raju will soon find its place in Parliament, as the Central government has given its nod. Alluri Sitarama Raju was born on July 4, , and is widely credited for leading the 'Rampa revolt' against British colonisation, mobilising tribals in East Godavari and Visakhapatnam districts in the early 20th century. He also fought against colonial laws implemented by the British, like the Madras Forest Act, , which greatly affected tribal people in the region. While leading the 'Rampa revolt' between and , he and his followers attacked several police stations, and stole ammunition and guns. He is also said to have killed several British officers serving in the state.

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Alluri Sitarama Raju was born on July 4, , and is widely credited for leading the 'Rampa revolt' against British colonisation. The statue of revolutionary freedom fighter Alluri Sitarama Raju will soon find its place in Parliament, as the Central government has given its nod. Alluri Sitarama Raju was born on July 4, , and is widely credited for leading the 'Rampa revolt' against British colonisation, mobilising tribals in East Godavari and Visakhapatnam districts in the early 20th century.

He also fought against colonial laws implemented by the British, like the Madras Forest Act, , which greatly affected tribal people in the region. While leading the 'Rampa revolt' between and , he and his followers attacked several police stations, and stole ammunition and guns. He is also said to have killed several British officers serving in the state. As he enjoyed the complete support of locals, the British had a tough time tracking his whereabouts, during the attacks.

Alluri even went underground for a short period of time, before he resurfaced, and was finally gunned down on May 7, by the British. Skip to main content.

File photo. TNM Staff Follow thenewsminute. The committee approved the statue and communicated the same to Narasimham.

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Alluri Seetarama Raju is a Indian Telugu -language biographical action film based on the life of Alluri Sitarama Raju , an Indian revolutionary who is known for his role in the Rampa Rebellion of —24 , and tribal leader Gam Malludora during the Indian independence movement in the Madras Presidency. Raju with a band of farmers, tribal leaders and other sympathizers fought an armed rebellion against the British Raj who violated their land rights and used them for forced labor. The film is produced by Padmalaya Studios , as the th film of Ghattamaneni Krishna. By its collections this film recorded as Industry Hit at the box-office. Scripted by Maharadhi Tripuraneni, the film was directed by V.

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Statue of Andhra freedom fighter Alluri Sitarama Raju in Parliament soon, Centre gives nod

As the nation approaches its 73rd Independence Day, we bring you stories of ForgottenHeroes of IndianIndependence that were lost among the pages of history. T he British had to raise Special Malabar Force trained in guerilla tactics to catch this elusive rebel. The clueless foreigners even attempted to incite or incentivise locals to turn against him and his band of rebels, but nothing pierced the loyalty he incited in them. Such was the might of Alluri Sitaram Raju, a revolutionary hell-bent on eliminating the British threat.

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Remembering Andhra’s Hero of the Jungle & His Tribal Rebellion Against the British!

Alluri Sitarama Raju or — 7 May was an Indian Telugu revolutionary involved in the Indian independence movement. After the passing of the Madras Forest Act, its restrictions on the free movement of tribal people in the forest prevented them from engaging in their traditional podu agricultural system , which involved shifting cultivation. Raju led the Rampa Rebellion of , during which a band of tribal people and other sympathisers fought in the border areas of the East Godavari and Visakhapatnam regions of Madras Presidency , in present-day Andhra Pradesh , against the British Raj , which had passed the law. He was referred to as "Manyam Veerudu" "Hero of the Jungle" by the local people. Harnessing some aspects of the earlier non-cooperation movement and taking advantage of his own reputation among the tribal people, Raju led raids on police stations in and around Chintapalle , Rampachodavaram , Dammanapalli , Krishna Devi Peta , Rajavommangi , Addateegala , Narsipatnam and Annavaram.

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