According to the records, the outline of the Jhanda Satyagraha was prepared in the year 1922 in a meeting held in the Town Hall of Jabalpur. Despite the deployment of a heavy police force, ignoring the orders of the British government, the brave immortal martyrs of Jabalpur had hoisted the flag in Victoria Town Hall without caring for their lives. The news of flag hoisting in Jabalpur spread like fire in the country and after flags were hoisted at several places across the country. Another notable 'Satyagrahas' were organized in Mysore (now in Karnataka) in 1938 known as Shivapur Dhwaja Satyagraha. Under the leadership of T.Siddalingaih president of Mysore Congress. As a part of state-wide Satyagraha, the flag was hoisted at Vidurashwatha in Kolar district of Mysore state, 33 people were killed in open police firing.