[Solved] Who was called the first tea planter of Assam? (MCQ)

Who was called the first tea planter of Assam?

A. Maniram Dewan

B. Nicholas Dodd Beatson Bell

C. Gomdhar Konwar

D. Hōne Heke

Answer: Maniram Dewan

Explanation: Maniram Dewan was called the first tea planter of Assam. Maniram became India’s first tea planter and later turned against the colonists upon releasing their malicious plans to exploit and torture the tea growers of Assam. He resigned from the post of Dewan and set up two estates in Senglung and Cinnamara in the 1840s.

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