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Tiger of Mysore: Tipu Sultan
 




Tiger of Mysore: Tipu Sultan




1 : About Tipu Sultan
Tipu Sultan was born on November 20, 1750 and died in May 4, 1799. He was inherited with full name Sayyid wal Shareef Sultan Fateh Ali Khan Sahab Tipu. He is also popularly known as Tiger of Mysore and Tipu Sahib as because of his kingdom Mysore.

Tipu Sultan innovated various administrative rules during his power which include a new Mauludi lunisolar calendar which is followed now in various cultures, indicate moon phase and solar year at the same moment, land revenue system which flourish Mysore Silk Industry, successful Mysorean rockets. He also endeavour Fathul Mujahidin, military manual force.

The royal Tiger of Mysore Tipu Sultan victoriously expanded his kingdom from the northern border of Krishna River, countinued to the east of Eastern Ghats and followed to the west in Arabian Sea.

Tipu Sultan even triumphant against the British Rulers in the Second Anglo-Mysore War and concluded a contract in 1984 as Treaty of Mangalore with them after his father's death due to cancer. During the Third Anglo-Mysore, the tiger was forced into the mortifying Treaty of Seringapatam, with no more powering rule on conquering territories including Malabar and Mangalore.

He even sent his delegates to foreign nations like Afghanistan, Turkey, France and Ottoman for the rally in the opposition of Britishers, moreover during the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War the Britishers won the fight and conquer the kingdom of Tipu Sulan after his death in war during 1799. During same fighting moment British East India Company was also supported by the Marathas and the Nizam of Hyderbad.

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