The Life Of Tipu Sultan

To many, he is the Tiger of Mysore, the first freedom fighter, and a military genius. To many others, he was a torturous tyrant. He was born 270 years ago today, but still divides Karnataka politics.

10/11/2020 2:01 PM
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  • Suraj J.
    21/12/2020 14:14

    In 2018 on a trip to Mysore which was followed by the visit to Tippu's Summer Palace, traveling with history that I had studied, I was astonished to find some of the developments during his reign. The planning of the city, advanced warfare which is praised by several historians and economic development during his period which are not only milestones but also reminder to political pandits who never mention them in their speech. I find it ridiculous that there is any debate that we must be not taught about the history that is actually important for any country that still needs to work on infrastructure.

  • Swasthik M.
    19/12/2020 11:41

    The name tippu sultan is a blot in the name of history of karnataka.No one can deny his atrocities, cruelness,his hatred against non-muslims,his callous nature on local rulers such as palegaras.For people who say tippu as a "freedom fighter" ,"the tiger of Mysore" be termed as uneducated morons... He is not a military, administrative,expert ...infact his head was filled with hatred agaist non muslims(it can be evident from various sources not only from indian and foreign historians at that time,even from the syed kirmani-his personal assistant)... Even now parts of karnataka like coorg,and Malabar regions suffering from his bloody callous attacks...his name not worth to be remembered...,

  • Danish K.
    19/12/2020 03:58

    Such a real hero of Hindustan

  • Salman S.
    18/12/2020 05:46

    Legend was remains as legend

  • Vn B.
    14/12/2020 16:25

    He fought with British but was a great tyrant He unleashed a reign of terror in not only mysore kudaku but malbar indulged in killed thousands and converted a lot of hindus and christians At last Britishers killed him mercilessly We cant accept him as a martyr

  • Sardar U.
    13/12/2020 03:44

    Tipu Sultan great Muslims King. British also admire his bravery hindu extremest can't digest this truth.. ALLAH gives them jannat ameen..

  • Sardar U.
    13/12/2020 03:36

    Tipu sultan great Muslims King

  • Seeme S.
    12/12/2020 13:21

    He is hero and will remain a hero

  • Tarun G.
    12/12/2020 03:31

    Of tipu is ruler then what about nansaheb, shivaji and many y dont govt celebrate those birthday

  • Angoo B.
    12/12/2020 02:22

    Put aside religious vigour and you'll see he's contribution, achievement and sacrifices for india.

  • Aiesha K.
    09/12/2020 19:44


  • Vilas D.
    09/12/2020 16:16

    The big joke.

  • Onkar J.
    09/12/2020 08:17

    As always

  • Shashank S.
    08/12/2020 14:04

    Freedom fighter my ass

  • कॉम्रेड न.
    07/12/2020 16:17

    In his own mémoire it's written that he had forcefully converted people and was proud of it. If it's true he is just another glorified criminal.

  • Anjali A.
    07/12/2020 04:14

    - read it fully

  • Raja J.
    06/12/2020 15:47

    He surely is and will remain a hero. The rest is just typical delusional and hate filled hinduvta spree going on in today's india under a false secular title. Period

  • DrJasim E.
    06/12/2020 11:38

    He will be a hero forever

  • Carl F.
    06/12/2020 11:24

    I do not know too much about Indian's long and rich history, but as a Brit, this inbred hatred of the British Emire or Raj is mostly unfounded, we only arrived and established trade outposts, that was wholly our objectives, we never wished to colonised the country, but because the whole country was/is divided (warring factions, different kingdoms, and religions) the British outposts needed protection, and your willingness to accept militarily help to defeat your neighbours increased our power, but it certainly wasnt a conquest like many are taught, the proof of India's dividedness shows straight away when we left in 47, India broke apart, and you end up assassinating your greatest leader in Gandi, who, by the way, has a statue outside the Houses of Parliament in London

  • Swaty S.
    06/12/2020 11:11


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