In which year was Komaram Bheem born ?
(A) 1901
(B) 1903
(C) 1900
(D) 1905

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Hint : Komaram Bheem was a tribal leader who fought against the Asaf Jahi Dynasty of the liberation of the people of Hyderabad. He fought against landlords during the reign of the Nizam’s in guerilla campaigns.

Complete Step by Step Answer : Komaram Bheem was born on 22nd October 1901. He was born in Sankepally of Adilabad district, Telangana into Gond tribals. The region is majorly populated by Gonds. Nizams ruled Telangana that time. He was not formally educated and grew up experiencing plights of his people. He was barely 15 years old when his father was killed for asserting Adivasi’s rights by forest officials. Because of this, his family migrated to Siddapur village. He was always on a move so as to protect himself from the exploitation of landlords and businessmen.
In October of 1940, a patwari came harassing the Gonds for taxes and threatened them with his men. During the struggle, Patwari died by the hands of Komaram Bheem. He ran away to Chandapur and their printing press owner, Vitoba took him in. There he learned English, Hindi and Urdu. Then he went to Assam to work in Tea plantation then he worked in Mancherial railway station where for the first time he protested for the rights of people. That’s where his journey as a leader started. He grew up to become a Telugu Indian Tribal leader who fought against the Asaf Jahi dynasty of Hyderabad for the liberation of people there. He is regarded as a deity among the Gond tribal community. His death anniversary is observed every year on Aswayuja Pournami and every year an event is organized at Jodeghat to remember his struggle. He also gave the popular slogan for Adivasi movements “Jal, Jungle, Zameen”. He fought for the complete rights on resources of forest to be given to Adivasis.

Option (A) is the correct answer.

Note :
Bheem went into hiding after a relentless struggle against Nizam’s army. A traitor, Kurdhu Patel revealed his location to the army men which resulted in heavy firing due to which he died on 27 October 1940.
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