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Vol. 5, Issue 11, Part D (2019)

The British administration and the protestant mission in Chota Nagpur 1850-1900

The British administration and the protestant mission in Chota Nagpur 1850-1900

Author(s)
Dr. Amita Esther David
Abstract
The tribals were very simple people who were easily duped by middlemen and other foreign settlers of their land and property, because of their extreme poverty and backwardness. The coming of the Christian missionaries acted as a catalyst for them as they began to fight for their rights. This was possible because the missionaries strove to learn their language and then began to educate them about their rights and the need to fight and preserve what belonged rightfully to them. They awakened in the tribal leadership qualities as seen in the case of Birsa Munda. This paper explores the problems of the tribal people and the impact that the Christian teachings of the missionaries had on the life of the Mundas.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Amita Esther David. The British administration and the protestant mission in Chota Nagpur 1850-1900. Int J Appl Res 2019;5(11):295-298.
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