Paika Disobedience of 1817 is an outfitted rebel against the English by the Paikas of Khurda in Odisha. The defiance took structure and shape under the administration of Buxi Jagabandhu Bidyadhara.
On 24th December 2018, Top state leader Narendra Modi delivered a memorial stamp and coin on the Paika Insubordination. Alongside the stamp and coin, PM reported to set up a Seat on Paika Disobedience in Bhubaneshwar's Utkal College. The Association Spending plan discourse of 2017-18 referenced about the remembrance of the 200 years of the Paika Disobedience.
Not long after taking over Odisha from the Marathas in 1803, the English began to present an arrangement of organization that rankled the Ruler of Khurda, Mukunda Deva II. His arranged revolt in a joint effort with the Paikas was before long found by the English and he was destroyed. They then usurped all the land from the Paikas under the removed Lord's domain. Plus, numerous different exercises of the English like the presentation of another cash framework, persecution of the Paikas in the possession of the authorities of the organization, restriction on making salt from seawater brought about broad disappointment and contempt against the English. In 1817, a solid gathering of 400 Khonds from Ghumusar walked to Khorda and pronounced their goals to liberate Khorda and Ghumusar from the English rule. The gathering was joined by the Paikas of Khurda also.
The beginnings of the Paika Disobedience lay in a few social, financial and political causes. Odisha had four ports for exchanging, with the organizations in the area including a huge number of dealers. Nonetheless, the East India Organization, to safeguard their own syndications, shut these ports for exchange, estranging enormous wraps of the neighborhood populace. The neighborhood chairmen who were instructed and affluent, the Paikas, were distanced by the East India organization, who assumed control over the inherited lease free grounds allowed to them after the v