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From which province did Vasudev Phadke belong to?
Vasudev Balwant Phadke was an Indian independence activist and revolutionary who blamed the British Raj for the plight of the farmers as witnessed by him during the Deccan Famine in 1876-77. He belonged to the Panvel Taluka in the Raigad district of the Maharashtra province where he instigated guerilla warfare against the British rulers. He was ultimately captured and sentenced to life imprisonment. He was deported to Aden where he died in 1889. He is known as the Father of armed revolution against the British Raj in India.
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