Nimai Sannyasi, Bilash Samanta and Abdul Halim
One of the indigenous tribes that had long since inhabited the area was the Munda tribe, and Birsa was born into a family that belonged to them. The Mundas had a long cultural heritage and a close connection to their home territory. In the realm of religion, Birsa Munda took up the cause of the tribal people and resisted Christian missionaries. He sought to modernise religious customs, forbade numerous superstitious rites, introduced fresh doctrine and prayers, and fought to revive ethnic pride.
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