Monday, December 30, 2013

Tipu Sultan of Mysore

It was habitual for the old British Imperialists and their exclusive historians to disparage the courageous acts of native real Heroes and praise themselves and their native associates.

Typical cases of this British factional use are their histories of the nationalist hurdle of Tipu Sultan of Mysore and the Indian War of Independence. Such partial records were so familiar with the British Historians.

Tipu Sultan in the time of his climbing the throne had main objects view the aggrandizement of his powers. This was materially promoted the success. He was very aggressive and very devoted against British rulers.

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