Describe the events that led to the revolt in Bastar against the British.
- People began to discuss their issues in their village councils or bazars, wherever the headmen of several villages assembled. *,
- Although there was no single leader but Gunda Dhur from village Nethanar became an important figure.
- In 1910, mango boughs, a lump of Earth, chillies and arrows began circulating between villages. They were actually messages inviting villagers to rebel against the British.
- Every village contributed something to the rebellion expenses.
- Bazars were looted, the houses of officials and traders, schools and police stations were burnt and robbed, and grain redistributed.
- Most of those who were attacked were associated with the British and their oppressive laws.