Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. PAndit Yadunandan (Jadunandan) Sharma (1896-1975) was an Indian peasant leader and national liberation figure from the Indian state of Bihar. HE had started a movement for the rights of tillers against the zamindars and Britishers at Reora celebrated as the Reora Satyagraha. PAndit Yadunandan Sharma was born in Majhiawa villaga in Gaya district in 1896 in a very poor Bhumihar Brahmin family. THe village was part of the Tekari zamindari. WHen Sharma was only three, his father died and, as the family was economically very bad off, Pandit Yadunandan had to start working, when very young, as a cowherd. HEnce, he missed schooling in the early part of his life and it was only in 1914 that, impelled by the desire to become literate, he ran away to Benaras where he learnt the alphabet. HE matriculated in 1919 from Tekari high school and became a teacher for one year in a village school. HE even worked as a manager in a zamindari getting a first hand knowledge of the system. NOt happy with it, he again went off to Benaras and joined Benaras Hindu University and studied until 1929 when he graduated.