Who was the leader of Paik Rebellion?

Buxi Jagabandhu Bidyadhara
Paika Rebellion of 1817 is an armed revolt against the British by the Paikas of Khurda in Odisha. The rebellion took form and shape under the leadership of Buxi Jagabandhu Bidyadhara.

Who are Paikas in Odisha?

The Paikas (pronounced “paiko”, literally ‘foot soldiers’), were a class of military retainers had been recruited since the 16th century by kings in Odisha from a variety of social groups to render martial services in return for hereditary rent-free land (nish-kar jagirs) and titles.

How did Bakshi Jagabandhu died?

In the early part of the year 1818, the British Government had also to take recourse to military operation in the jungles of Khurda which lasted till the year 1826. In this operation bands of Paiks, including Bakshi Jagabandhu, were hunted down and many were brutally murdered.

Why did the Paika Rebellion fail?

The revenue and taxation system did not change after the rebellion, hence the rebellion failed to have any effect in bringing change.

Where was the Paik rebellion started in 1857?

While the rebellion started from Banapur and Khurda, it quickly spread to other parts of Odisha such as Puri, Pipili and Cuttack and to several remote villages, including Kanika, Kujang and Pattamundai.

Who is known as Mother Teresa of Odisha?

Parbati Giri
Parbati Giri (19 January 1926 – 17 August 1995), daughter of Dhananjay Giri. Nicknamed the Mother Teresa of Western Odisha, was a prominent female freedom fighter from Odisha, India. The women freedom fighters of Odisha played a significant role in the Indian Freedom Struggle.

Who led 1857 revolt in Odisha?

It was an armed rebellion against Company rule in India in 1817. The Paikas rose in rebellion under their leader Bakshi Jagabandhu and projecting Lord Jagannath as the symbol of Odia unity, the rebellion quickly spread across most of Odisha before being put down by the Company’s forces.

Who Was Dora bisoi?

The Kandha tribe rose in rebellion under the leadership of Kamal Lochan Dora Bisoi. He was Benniah Kandha born in the village Binjigiri, located near Kullada of the lower Ghumsur area. He was a ‘Maliah Bisoi’ or ‘Head Agent’ of the Kandhas of Ghumsur area of Odisha.

How many wives Bakshi Jagabandhu have?

two wives
To compel him to surrender, the British rulers imprisoned the two wives of Buxi Jagabandhu, his minor son, his Gumasta and his personal home servant in Barabati fort in 1819. They, however, were released in 1820.

Who is Buxi Jagabandhu?

Buxi Jagabandhu Bidyadhar Mohapatra Bhramarbar Ray was the leader of the historic Paika Revolt of 1847 of Khurda. He was the landlord of Rodhanga and was nominated as the Senapati by the king of Khurda.

Who took lead from Odisha in the great revolt of 1857?

Shakeel Anwar

Place Leader
Orissa Surendra Shahi, Ujjwal Shahi
Kullu Raja Pratap Singh
Rajasthan Jaidayal Singh and Hardayal Singh
Gorakhpur Gajadhar Singh

Who is the youngest martyr of India’s fight for freedom?

Baji Rout
Baji Rout stood against the oppressive rulers of Dhenkanal and the British and joined Prajamandal at a tender age. Baji Rout was born on October 5, 1926, at Nilakanthapur village in the Dhenkanal district of Odisha.