Birsa urged his followers to purify themselves, give up drinking liquor and stop believing in witchcraft and sorcery. (True or False)

Answer: The correct answer is true.

  • Brisa encouraged the Mundas (tribals) to give up sorcery, witchcraft, and wanted them to clean their villages and urged them to stop drinking liquor.
  • Brisa wanted to reform the tribal society.
  • Birsa was in touch with a famous Vaishnav preacher. He understood the importance of piety and purity.
  • Birsa had listened to the sermons of the missionaries and he had attended a local missionary school.
  • Later on he believed that Hindu landlords and missionaries were the outside forces who wanted to destroy the way of life practiced by the Mundas.

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