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Alluri Sitarama Raju was strongly influenced by patriotic discourse quite early in his life. But I pinned it on my shirt near my heart to remind all of you that a foreign ruler is crushing our lives. The social-economic conditions in the country under the British regime, particularly in the tribal areas, deeply moved him. During these journeys, he met revolutionaries in Chittagong. Alluri Sitarama Raju made up his mind to build a movement against the British.

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An official report suggests that he was born in Bheemunipatnam , Visakhapatnam District , [1] with more recent news stories naming the village of Pandrangi , which lies in the Bheemunipatnam legislative assembly constituency , as his precise place of birth. Contemporary reports indicate that he had an undistinguished education but took a particular interest in astrology, herbalism, palmistry and horse-riding before becoming a sannyasi at the age of They note that as he then wandered around the Godavari Agency, these interests and his charismatic nature gained him a reputation among the tribal people as being someone possessed of magical powers and holy, even messianic, status - a reputation that was bolstered both by myths he created about himself and by his acceptance of ones about him that were established by others, including ones concerning his reputed invincibility. Combined with his desire to overcome the colonial presence, expressed almost as if it were millenarian certainty, this was a powerful mixture. These people were now reduced to the role of mere civil servants with no overarching powers, no ability to levy taxes at will and no right to inherit their position. Thus, the cultivators and the tax collectors, who once would have been in opposition to each other, were instead now broadly aligned in their disaffection with colonial power.

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