Samacheer Kalvi Class 8 History Chapter 4 People’s Revolt Solutions

Samacheer Kalvi Class 8 History Chapter 4 People’s Revolt Solutions

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Samacheer Kalvi Class 8 History Chapter 4 People’s Revolt Solutions

People’s Revolt Chapter 4 Solutions :

(I) Choose the correct answer

(1) The Palayakkarar system was instituted in

(a) 1519

(b) 1520

(c) 1529

(d) 1530

Answer :  

Correct Option → (a)

The Palayakkarar system was instituted in 1519.

(2) Which of the following Palayakkarar of Tamil Nadu was the pioneer against the English rule

(a) Puli Thevar

(b) Yusuf Khan

(c) Kattabomman

(d) Marudu brothers

Answer :  

Correct Option → (a)

Puli Thevar was the pioneer against the English rule.

(3) Colin Jackson was the collector of

(a) Madurai

(b) Tirunelveli

(c) Ramanathapuram

(d) Tuticorin

Answer :  

Correct Option → (c)

Colin Jackson was the collector of Ramanathapuram.

(4) Veera Pandiya Kattabomman was hanged at

(a) Panchalamkurichi

(b) Sivagangai

(c) Tiruppathur

(d) Kayathar

Answer :  

Correct Option → (d)

Veera Pandiya Kattabomman was hanged at Kayathar.

(5) Velu Nachiyar was a queen of

(a) Nagalapuram

(b) Sivagiri

(c) Sivagangai

(d) Virupachi

Answer :  

Correct Option → (c)

Velu Nachiyar was a queen of Sivagangai.

(6) Tiruchirapalli proclamation was issued by

(a) Marudu Pandiyars

(b) Krishnappa Nayak

(c) Velu Nachiyar

(d) Dheeran Chinnamalai

Answer :  

Correct Option → (a)

Tiruchirapalli proclamation was issued by Marudu Pandiyars.

(7) Which of the following place was associated with Dheeran chinnamalai

(a) Dindigul

(b) Nagalapuram

(c) Pudukottai

(d) Odanilai

Answer :  

Correct Option → (d)

Odanilai was associated with Dheeran chinnamalai.

(8) Rani Lakshmi Bai led the revolt at

(a) Central India

(b) Kanpur

(c) Delhi

(d) Bareilly

Answer :  

Correct Option → (a)

Rani Lakshmi Bai led the revolt at Central India.

(II) Fill in the Blanks

(1) The Eastern Palayms were ruled under the control of __

(2) Vishwanatha Nayakar instituted the Palayakarar system with the consultation of his minister __

(3) The ancestors of Kattabomman belonged to __

(4) __ was known by Tamils as Veera mangai and Jansi Rani of south India.

(5) __ was called as ‘lion’ of sivagangai.

(6) __ was described the revolt of 1857 as First War of India Independence.

Answer :  

(1) → Kattabomman

(2) → Ariyanatha Mudaliyar

(3) → Andhra

(4) → Velu Nachiyar

(5) → Chinna Marudu

(6) → V.D Savarkar

(III) Match the following

(1) Delhi Kunwar Singh
(2) Kanpur Khan Bahudar Khan
(3) Jhansi Nana Saheb
(4) Bareilly Lakshmi Bai
(5) Bihar Bihar Shah II

Answer :  

(1) Delhi → Bahadur Saha II

(2) Kanpur → Nana Saheb

(3) Jhansi → Lakshmi Bai

(4) Bareilly → Khan Bahadur Khan

(5) Bihar → Kunwar Singh.

(IV) State true or false

(1) The Vijayanagar rulers appointed Nayaks in their provinces.

(2) Sivasubramania was the minister of Marudu pandiyas.

(3) Kattabomman was hanged on 17th October 1799.

(4) Fettah Hyder was the elder son of Tipu Sultan.

Answer :  

(1) → Statement is True

(2) → Statement is False

(3) → Statement is True

(4) → Statement is True

(V) – (b) Find out the wrong pair

(a) Marudu Pandiyar – Ettayapuram

(b) Gopala Nayak – Dindigul

(c) Kerala Varma – Malabar

(d) Dhoondaji – Mysore

Answer :  

In the above pair,

(a) Marudu Pandiyar – Ettayapuram is the wrong pairs.

(c) Find out the odd one

(a) Kattabomman

(b) Oomaithurai

(c) Sevathaiah

(d) Tipu Sultan

Answer :  

Here, Tipu Sultan is the odd one.

(VI) Answer the following in one or two sentences

(1) What do you know about the Palayakarars? Name some of them.

Answer :  

Palayakarars : The Palayakarars collected taxes, of which one third was given to the Nayak of Madurai another one third for the expenditure of the army and rest was kept for themselves.

The name of some them are –

(i) Veerapandiya kattabonman

(ii) Oomathurai,

(iii) Marudu Brothers

(iv) Dheeran Chinnamalai.

(2) What was the part of Velu Nachiyar in the Palayakkarar revolt?

Answer :  

The Nayak of Madurai in turn appointed Palayakkarar, Viswanatha became the Nayak of Madurai 1529. He noticed that he could not control the chieftain who wanted more powers in their provinces.

(3) Who were the leaders of Palayakkarar confederacy in the south Indian rebellion?

Answer :  

Marudu Pandyan was the leaders of Palayakkarar confederacy in the south Indian rebellion.

(4) What was the importance of Tiruchirappalli proclamation?

Answer :  

It was the first call to the Indians to unite against the British. Marudu brothers spread the spirit of opposition against the English everywhere, British reinforcements were rushed from Bengal.

(5) Bring out the effects of the Vellore revolt.

Answer :  

The Effect of Vellore Revolt :

(i) The new methods and uniform regulations were withdrawn.

(ii) The family of Tipu as a Precautionary measure was sent to Calcutta.

(iii) William Cavendish Bentinck was removed from his service.

(6) What was the immediate cause of the Revolt of 1857?

Answer :  

The immediate cause of the revolt of 1857 was the Enfield Riffles.

(VII) Answer the following in detail

(1) What do you know about the Puli Thevar?

Answer :  

Puli Thevar was the first Indian king to have fought and defeated the British in India. He was the Pioneer in Tamil Nadu, to protest against the English Rule in India. During his tenure he neither Mohammed Ali, The Nawab of Arcot nor to the English. Hence, the forces of the Nawab of Arcot and the English attacked Puli Thevar. But the combined forces were defeated by Puli Thevar at Tirunelveli. Puli Thevar who lived in exile recaptured Nerkattumseval in 1764. Later he was defeated by Captain Campbell in 1767. He escaped and died in exile. His courageous trail of struggle for independence in the history of south India.

(2) Explain the events that led to conflict between Dheeran Chinnamalai and the British.

Answer :  

Dheeran Chinnamalai was great great Palayakkarar of Konga country who fought against British East India Company. His original name was Theerthagiri. He was trained by French military in modern warfare. He was along the side. Tipu Sultan to fight against the British East India Company and got victories against the British. He settled down at odamila and constructed a fort there to continue his struggle against the British. His army was defeated and escaped from British forces. During the final battle, Chinnamalai was betrayed by his cook Nallapan and was hanged in Sankagiri fort in 1805.

(3) What were the causes for the Great revolt of 1857?

Answer :  

Causes of great revolt – 1857:

The uprising of 1857 is considered as the first war of independence in Indian history. Extremely annoyed by the so-called rules and regulations of the English prevailing in the society Indians declare this war. There are many causes of this revolt Like – Social religious economic military, Political cause.

(i) The British insulted the Indians a lot, they mocked their religion and culture.

(ii) The Indians did not accept the influence of the. British prestige on Indian customs.

(iii) The British Crippled the Indian economy through various customs and land revenue reforms.

(iv) The priests and the maulvi’s shouted their discontent against the British rule.

(v) The immediate cause was the introduction of new Enfield Riffles in the army. The top of the cartridge of this rifle was to be removed by the mouth before loading it in the riffle. The cartridges were greased by the fat of pig & cow. And this hurt their religion.

(4) What were the causes for the failure of the Revolt of 1857?

Answer :  

Causes for the failure of the revolt 1857 :

(i) Lack of organization, discipline, common plan of action, centralized leadership.

(ii) The rebel leader were no match to the British Generals.

(iii) Non-participation of Bengal, Bombay, Madras, western Punjab and Rajputana.

(iv) The modern educated Indians did not support the revolts as they believed that only British rule could reform Indian society and modernize it.

(v) The British had better weapons, better generals and good organizations.



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