Komaram Bheem Reviewed by Momizat on . Komaram Bheem, was born into a Gond family in Adilabad district in the Telangana region. The Asif Jahi rule in Hyderabad was a period in which the Hindu populat Komaram Bheem, was born into a Gond family in Adilabad district in the Telangana region. The Asif Jahi rule in Hyderabad was a period in which the Hindu populat Rating: 0
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Komaram Bheem

Komaram Bheem, was born into a Gond family in Adilabad district in the Telangana region.

The Asif Jahi rule in Hyderabad was a period in which the Hindu population faced the brunt of the rudeness from the Nizams. The Nizam unleashed untold atrocities on the people. Taxes were raised to exorbitant levels, women were dishonored, and men were harassed for unknown reasons. An overall exploitation of the masses became the order of the day. The names of the districts in Telangana region were changed.

In his growing years, Komaram Bheem witnessed these unjust practices. His heart wept for his people and the fire of rebellion smoldered within him. Stories of the sacrifices made by other tribal leaders and that of Shaheed Bhagat Singh who laid down his life for his motherland greatly inspired Komaram. It provided the right motivation to awaken the rebel within him. He gave the slogan “Jal, Jungle Jameen” (people living in forests should have the complete rights on all the resources of the forest).

In Komaram’s struggle, passion and a deep resolve to bring justice to his people were his main weapons. Given his background he could not gather sophisticated weapons. Nevertheless he surged forward with his strong resolve to bring an end to the rule of the Nizam. However, these were sufficient to unsettle the local Talukdar Abdul Sattar. Shaken and scared to lose, Abdul Sattar turned to the Police for their support. In 1940, a force of 90 well-armed policemen raided the hideout of

Komaram. Despite being armed with only primitive weapons like muzzle loaders, spears, lances, bows and arrows and swords, Komaram and his group of warriors fought with such resolve and bravery that it is etched deeply in the memoirs of History.

Komaram however suffered fatal injuries and died in that battle. His death is remembered till this day as that of a martyr who died fighting against the injustices of the Nizams and for the cause of liberating his people. His bravery and valor has earned him a God-like status. He is worshiped in many households.

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