History of Tipu Sultan: Being a Continuation of the Neshani Hyduri
Asian Educational Services, 1997 - 186 من الصفحات
A Continuation Of The Neshan-I-Hyduri. Translated From Persian By Col. Miles
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Invasion of Mysore by Mahrattas VIII Battles with Mahrattas IX Battles between Infidels Muslims X Last Battle and Defeat of Mahrattas XI Events of...
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according action appears appointed arms army arrived artillery assault attack batteries battle body brave called camp capital CHAPTER charge chief Colonel command covered death defeat dependencies despatched determined directed district encamped enemy English English army entered European face faithful fell fire five followed foot force formed fort fortress four French garrison gave give governor ground guns hands head hill honour horse hundred immediately infantry infidels joined Khan kind Kushuns leaving length letters Mahrattas marched means mentioned month morning Muhammad musket Mysore night Nizam officers orders party peace period Persian person plunder Poligar possession presents prince prisoners rampart reached ready received remained returned river road route Sahib sent Seringapatam servants side Sipahdars soldiers soon Sultan sword Syyad taken thousand Tipu took town troops Tungabhadra victorious walls whole women