What were the Consequences of the Bastar Rebellion?
(i) Bazaars were looted and grains redistributed.
(ii) Houses of officials and traders, schools and police stations were burnt and robbed.
(iii) Those who were associated with the oppressive laws of the colonial state were attacked.
(iv) Most important consequence after British suppression of the rebellion was work on reservation was temporarily suspended. The area marked for reservation was reduced to half of what was planned.