When you think Quit India, chances are Chimur will not come to mind. Yet this town in Maharashtra played a pivotal part in Gandhi’s call to ‘Do or Die’. Here’s a story of unflinching bravery and the terrible price paid by a few for the greater good of their country
On this fateful day, 95 years ago, a Madia-Gond tribal saved the life of a British officer and conferred upon with the Albert Medal, the highest gallantry award under the imperial British Empire.We bring you the story from the deep jungles of Gadchiroli...
Chandrapur in Maharashtra is little more than a transit point for the famous Tadoba Tiger Reserve but pause long enough and the city will reveal its fascinating story to you. Did you know that ‘Chanda’ was the capital of a Gond tribal kingdom that ruled Central India for 500 years ?
It was today, on 10th May, that the great revolt broke out at Meerut in 1857. While history remembers the high-profile leaders of the Revolt of 1857, we bring to you the little-known story of Baburao Sedmake, a fearless tribal leader in Maharashtra’s Chandrapur district, and his war against the British