Bhils revolted against the British in

(A) M.P. and Maharashtra
(B) M.P. and Bihar
(C) Bihar and Bengal
(D) Bengal and Maharashtra

Correct Answer : M.P. and Maharashtra
Question Asked : MPPCS (Pre) 2008
Explanation : The uprising of the Bhils (l818-1831) was largely concentrated in Khandesh (present day Maharashtra & Gujarat). Khandesh came under British occupation in 1818. The Bhils considered them as outsiders. On the instigation of Trimbakji, rebel minister of Baji Rao II, they revolted against the Britishers. Besides this, some agitation also occurred in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh in 19th - 20th Century.
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