Bhima Koreagaon’s 200 Years Old Story: What the Brahmin cause of the war?
The fire of violent artistes between the Dalits and the community of Maratha in Maharashtra spread to the whole Maharashtra. Today, the Dalit organizations have declared the closure of Maharashtra. In the middle of the controversy,in says ‘Bhima Koreagaon’s 200 Years Old Story’ when the Maharo was defeated in 28 thousand Marathas by 800.
Talk is from 1818. Then Peshwa Bajirao II, the lead of 28 thousand British Maratha invasion of Pune. Only on the way did they find the strength of 800 soldiers who were to accompany the British troops to Pune. Peshwa had attacked these by sending 2000 soldiers.
The separation of the East India Company, under Captain Francisco Stonton, is F5 for 12 hours. They do not achieve the Marathas. Later Marathas pulled back. The loggerhead turtle of soldier Maratha, mostly from the community of Mahar Dalit army. They belonged to Inaphaintri native of Bombay.
The fight is also found in the James Grant Duff’s book ‘A History of the Marathas’. According to which, on the Bhima River, the soldiers of Mahar community arrested 28 thousand Marathas. According to British estimates, 500-600 Peshwa soldiers died in the fighting. To say that the government of India had also issued a seal in the Mahar regiment in 1981.
However, there are different arguments from the people of the Dalit and Maratha community, to carry out this battle. Some are aware that for Maharon, these were not the English, but the battle of their Asmita. Well behave ‘untouchables’ Maharon Peshwa rule. Some historians point out that the Dalits had bad conditions that when Maharon entered the city, a broom was torn off at his waist to remain his footprints with brooms. ( the visual representation of a film about the exploitation of Dalit.)
Not that, at that time, a pot was hung in the throats of the Dalits so he could spit on and spit out a caste. Even the water from the wells and the puddle was discriminatory to them.
At the same time some historians have different opinions about this fight. He believes that the Mahars had defeated the Marathas but not the Brahmins. He was angry with the Brahmins who imposed on the untouchables. When the Maharajs raised the voice, the Brahmin became angry. For this reason, Mahar got the British army ( Jayastambha was made by the British in memory of those soldiers who had lost their lives in this battle. In 1927 Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar had reached this memorial.)
If the Brahmins do not discriminate – this fight never happens
If there is a look at history, there was no difference between the Maharis and the Marathas. The name of Marathas is brought here because Brahmins had to leave Peshwa from the Marathas. Whereby Maratha was angry If the Brahmin had ended the untouched, it would probably not be a fight