A brief note of Moplah Rebellion (Mappila rebellion) Essay

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A brief note of Moplah Rebellion (Mappila rebellion)

Who are the Moplahs? The Moplahs (also Mappila muslims) were the descendants of Arab traders who had settled in the Malabar region of Kerala in Indian sub-continent.

Moplah rebellion (also known as Malabar rebellion) was an armed revolt against the Britishers and the Jenmis (High caste Hindu landowners).

The Moplah rebellion that took place in 1921 is taken as a retribution against the suppression of Khilafat movement by the British government. The British officials and Jenmis became the targets. The Mappilas attacked and conquered the British offices, police stations, and courts.

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