Gumla is a city which is the headquarters of Gumla district in the state of Jharkhand, India. Gumla started as a village. Seven days in length "Dairy animals Fair" Gau-Mela occurred each year, where things in day by day utilize utensils, adornments, grain and some of the time steers were sold or bargained. Since these things were just accessible at the reasonable, individuals would keep records amid the time of what they required.
The villa's populace developed, and it turned into a town named "Gumla" a subsidiary of Gau– Mela. Amid British lead in India Gumla was in Lohardaga locale, and in 1800 there was a rebel against the Raj. In 1807, the Oraons of Barway west of Gumla killed their proprietor from Srinagar, and the uprising spread all through Gumla. In 1843, Gumla turned out to be a piece of Bishunpur region. The region, which was nullified in 1899, was later named Ranchi; in 1902, Gumla turned into a subdivision of Ranchi locale.
Amid the medieval time, the Chhotanagpur locale was led by the lords of the Naga administration and Baraik Devenandan Singh ruled the Gumla district. Amid the Kolh Reble in 1931– 32, Vaktar Say purportedly assumed a noticeable part. Ganga Maharaj, who assembled the Kali Temple at Sri Ramnagar, was dynamic in the Quit India Movement in 1942; for his commitment to Indian freedom, he got a benefits from the administration.