Short notes on the revolutionary activities in Madras Presidency during the early phase of the revolutionary movement

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In Madras, Tirunelvelli was the centre of revolutionary activities. Being deeply influenced by the fiery speech of Bipin Chandra Pal, Chidambaram Pillai turned a revolutionary.

With the help of Subrahmaniya Shiv, Pillai set up a revolutionary organization in Madras in 1908.

Both Shiv and Pillai from the very beginning took initiative to develop contacts with the working class and infuse them with anti-British feeling.

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The revolutionaries of Madras took revenge of the mass firing by the murder of Ashe under whose order the firing was opened (1911).

In South India a very small group of Tamilian revolutionaries included the renowned poet, Subramaniya Bharati. Later on, he became a disciple of Savarkar.

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