Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Mir Husain Ali Khan Kirmani ; translated from Persian by W. Miles.|
|Contributions||Miles, William, d. 1860, tr.|
|LC Classifications||DS470.T6 H8 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||198 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||74930297|
In The Present Work, An Attempt Has Been Made To Give An Accurate Picture Of Tipu Sultan By Disengaging His Personality From Masses Of Fictions And Distortions Which Have Gathered Round Him. As Practically The Whole Of Tipu'S Life Was Taken Up With Fighting, The Author Has Devoted Considerable Space To Campaigns And Battles. However, He Has Not Ignored Other Aspects Of His 3/5(2). Tipu Sultan signed Treaty of Mangalore in March which ended the second Anglo-Mysore war. Third Anglo-Mysore War () The third war was fought between Tipu Sultan, and British East Indian Company began in and ended in Tipu’s defeated in In this war, Marathas and Nizam aided the British and Cornwallis captured Bangalore. [By Mohd A. ALİ, Mohd A. BAKAR, Mohammad ASLAM, Mohd KHALID, Abdul A. FARIS, Hamiduddin] INTRODUCTION Tipu Sultan (–), also known as the Tiger of Mysore, was a man of intelligence and courage, a man of strong belief, a great warrior, a great scholar, a great scientist, and a great planner.He was one of the most powerful rulers of a well-administered kingdom. Confessions of Tipu Sultan on Hindu Atrocities: Whitewashed by Secular and Communist Historians. A cross-section of the new generation of historians and novelists is of the opinion that all the available documents and history books on Tipu Sultan originate from the British and, therefore, they cannot be relied upon, the ostensible policy of the British being to ‘divide and rule’.
Ever since the fall of Seringapatam 1 concluding the fourth and final Anglo-Mysore War (), in which Tipu Sultan Fath 'Ali Khan, the self-styled Padshah of Mysore (regnal [r.] ), died, his character and career have been the centerpiece of a historiographical battle, that could be appropriately termed, a la Anne Buddle (), a veritable “Tipu Mania” (p. 53). Tipu Sultan confronts his opponents during the Siege of Srirangapatna. Tipu Sultan was born on 20 November (Friday, 20th Dhu al-Hijjah, AH) at Devanahalli, in present-day Bangalore Rural district, about 33 km (21 mi) north of Bangalore city. He was named "Tipu Sultan" after the saint Tipu Mastan Aulia of Arcot. Tipu Sultan fought against the British in three different Anglo-Mysorian wars, the last of which took place because the British were afraid that the . History of Tipu Sultan, being a continuation of the Neshani Hyduri.. Fath ʻAli Tipu Sultan, Nawab of Mysore: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mir Hussain Ali Khan Kirmani. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: The translation of the first part of the Nishān-i Haidarī was published in under title.
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