Who among the following leaders led Bhils revolt in 1913?
[B] Chakra Bisra
[C] Motilal Tejawat
[D] Govind Guru
In 1913 AD, under the leadership of a social reformer Govind Guru, Adivasi Bhils of Rajasthan revolted against the British. The
major cause of the revolt was that the British authorities tried to suppress the social and religious reform movement with strong
physical assaults. The excerpts of their social reforms were ban on liquor, stop tax collection from Adivasis, begar not to be given, be clean and bath regularly, no theft, develop social unity, dig wells, practise agriculture, end Dappa, etc. But, the revolt was suppressed mercilessly by the British.