Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Yamuna Karjee (1898-1953) was an Indian independence activist. Spurning the offers of several government jobs, he became a Hindi journalist of repute. He joined the editorial wing of Hindi weekly Bharat Mitra published in Calcutta. He also took part in Gandhiji''s non cooperation movement from 1920-21 and was jailed in 1929-30 for taking part in civil disobedience movement and Namak Satyagrah. He won the first election for Bihar and Orissa Assembly in 1937 as a Congress candidate. Later on he become disillusioned with Congress leadership and left Congress. He was one of the strongest pillars of the peasant movement in Bihar under the leadership of Swami Sahajanand Saraswati. Yamanu Karjee was also one of tallest Bhumihar Leaders in North Bihar. He along with Rahul Sankritayan and other Hindi literaries started publishing a Hindi weekly Hunkar from Bihar, in 1940. Hunkar later became the mouthpiece of the peasant movement and the agrarian movement in Bihar. He was also the President of the Kisan Sabha for some time. Yamuna Karjee was elected to the post of President Bihar Journalist association in 1947-48.