History Of Tipu Sultan Detail
History Of Tipu Sultan
Tipu Sultan Was Born On 10th December 1750 In Devanhalli City Of India. His Father's Name Was Haider Ali.
Haider Ali Was Ruler Of Independent State In India.
Tipu Sultan Was Brave And Well Trained In Military Skills Since His child Hood; He Assisted His Father In Many Battles.
Tipu Sulat Was Very Intelligent And Intellectual Person Got Passion For Books And Had Almost Two Thousand Books In His Personal Library.
Since Haider Ali Died Of Cancer In War Of Chittur On 7th December 1782, After That Tipu Sultan Came To The Throne At Age Of Thirty-Two.
He Worked For The Welfare Of His Subjects And Strived Really Hard For The Betterment Of And Consolidation Of His Empire.
Tipu sultan Continued The Struggle Of His Father Which He Started Against The British; He Came To The Throne At Very Crucial Time.
He Was Gaining Strength And Making Allies Vigorously This Thing Irritated British Who Then Started To Approach His Allies And Tried To Buy Them To Be On Their Side.
In 1783 British Planned To Attack Mysore After Attacking And Capturing Bednur And Mangalore First, Tipu Sultan Was In Chittur That He Hurried Towards Bednur And Recovered Bednur After Defeating British Forces There In 1783.
Then He Defeated British At Mangalore And Laid a Siege To The Ford. After Treaty Of Versailles Between French And The British, The French Retreated From The Conflict Leaving Tipu Sultan Alone And Ally Less But He Continued War.
Once Again British Tried To Attack Mysore But Remained Unsuccessful And On 29th January 1784 Peace Treaty Was Made Between British And Tipu Sultan In Order To Prepare Them. So, Second Anglo-Mysore War Ended With Tipu Sultan As a Victor Which Made Marathas Jealous and They Made An Alliance With Nizam And Invaded Mysore In 1786 Even They Failed To Get Victory In April 1787 Peace Was Made Between The Peshwa And Tipu Sultan.
Third Anglo-Mysore War Started In 1790 In Which British Made An Alliance With Marathas And Nizam This Alliance Defeated Tipu At His Capital Seringapatam Where He Signed a Humiliating Treaty On 22nd of March 1972.
Fourth Anglo-Mysore War Proved To B The And Of Tipu Sultan’s Rule This Battle Started When Tipu Sultan Again Took Help From The French And Stared To Revitalize His Forces Which Were Considered As Violation Of Treaty And Made British Attack Mysore In 1798. Due To Treacherousness Of His Officials And Unavailability Of Peoper French Support Inflicted Annihilating Defeat Upon Tipu Sultan And His Forces.
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