Book Name: The Great Tribal Warriors of Bharat
Author: Tuhin A. Sinha
Publisher: Rupa Publications
Marking the 75th Independence year of our country, many writers and authors have contributed and given tributes by bringing out beautiful books that talk about yesterday’s history of India that led to today’s making it a superpower.
This book, The Great Tribal Warriors of Bharat by Tuhin A. Sinha published by Rupa Publications talks about thanking those tribal vanguards of our Freedom Struggle. Author Tuhin Sinha recently also published a whole book on Birsa Munda, who was an unsung hero from the tribal community.
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This 184-page detailed book accounts for how colonization has been over the years, some are talked about incidents, and some aren’t, and a factual study of unsung tribal warriors of our freedom struggle.
The book is divided into 17 chapters, each dedicated and named after the tribal warriors, both women, and men! The book’s first chapter is about Tilka Manjhi, who was responsible for guerilla wars against the British Dominion.
The tenth chapter on Alluri Sitarama Raju of Andhra Pradesh, lovingly known as ‘Manyam Veerudu ‘, his giant statue was recently unveiled by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on July 5, 2022, marking the hero’s 125th birth anniversary.
Over 25,000 people visited the 30-feet tall statue of Alluri Sitarama Raju at ASR Park in Bhimavaram on Tuesday, a day after the structure was inaugurated.
The twelfth chapter is about the great warrior from the Telangana region, Komaram Bheem, inspired by Bhagat Singh, was instrumental in motivating the people and gave the slogan “Jal, Jungle Jameen”, which means the people living in the forests should have the full-fledged rights on all the forest resources.
The Great Tribal Warriors of Bharat by Tuhin A. Sinha is written chronologically to see how each of these warriors is inspired by others though they belong to different regions in the country. The simple writing with factual narration is enticing to read.
A book that truly deserves much appreciation!