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 Second battle of Panipat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There was a pitched battle and Hemu was on a winning spree when a stray arrow struck him in the eye.
After the battle Hemu's head was sent to Kabul as a sign of victory to the ladies of Humayun's harem.
This battle, known as Second Battle of Panipat was an epoch-making event in the history of India as it resulted in re-establishment of the Mughal empire in India.
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 Encyclopedia: First Battle of Panipat
The battle was fought near the small village of Panipat, in the present day Indian state of Haryana, an area that has been the site of a number decisive battles for the control of Northern India since the twelfth century.
Panipat is a city and district in Haryana state, India, The city has a population of 216,000.
The battle marked the foundation of the so called Mughal or Mogul empire in India - the word means Mongol and alludes to the Turko-Mongol origins of Baburs and his officers, although the majority of his troops would probably have had been of mixed Central Asian descent.
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 Panipat - Tourism 1
Second Battle of Panipat (A.D. The Second Battle of Panipat was fought on November 5, 1556 between the able Hindu commander and the king Hemu and Akbar who succeeded Humayun to the throne of Delhi.
Third Battle of Panipat(A.D. The Third Battle of Paniapt was fought on January 14, 1761 between the Afghan invader Ahmed Shah Abdali and the Marathas,the protectors and friends of the Mughal emperor Shah Alam II.
Panipat was one of the five disputed "Prasthas" during the Mahabharata War.
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 Encyclopedia: Second Battle of Panipat
Panipat is a historic as well as an ancient city in the Panipat District in Haryana state, India, The city has a population of 216,000.
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On November 5 both the armies met at Panipat (Battle in which the ruler of Afghanistan defeated the Mahrattas in 1761).
There was a great slaughter of those who were captured and in keeping with the custom of his ancestors, Akbar had a victory pillar (A fundamental principle or practice) built with their heads.
This battle, known as Second Battle of Panipat was an epoch-making event in the history of India as it resulted in re-establishment of the Mughal empire (additional info and facts about Mughal empire) in India.
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 Third Battle of Panipat
The Battle of Panipat took place on January 14, 1761 at Panipat (Haryana State, India) about 80 miles north of Delhi, between the Maratha forces of north-western India aiding their allies, the Mughal Empire, and Afghan forces under Ahmad Shah Abdali.
The battle pitted the French-supplied and trained artillery of the Marathas against the famous light cavalry of the Afghans.
The second and subsequent salvos were fired at point blank range, and the resulting carnage sent the Afghans reeling back to their lines.
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 Panipat Haryana, Historical Tours of Panipat, Panipat City Guide, Haryana Tourism, Haryana India Travel, Historical ...
The repeated battles at Panipat did not leave much by way of historic relics, but the tomb of Ibrahim Lodi, the Kabuli Bagh Mosque built by Babar to commemorate his victory, the Salarjung Gate, all architectural masterpieces in themselves, bear testimony to those tumultuous times.
The first battle of Panipat fought in AD 1526 in which invader Babur defeated Ibrahim Lodhi, the Sultan of Delhi, on April 26.
In the second battle of Panipat, on November 5, 1556, Akbar's guardian Bairam Khan defeated the Hindu ruler Hemu.
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The First Battle of Panipat was fought between the armies of Ibrahim Lodi and Babar in 1526.
The Second Battle of Panipat was fought on November 5,1556, between the forces of Hemu and Akbar.
Panipat, the handloom house of India, is also getting polluted due to the presence of both small and big industries in and around the town.
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 Panipat Refinery :: Walking the streets of Panipat
The Second Battle of Panipat was fought on November 5, 1556 between Hemu and Akbar.
In the fiercely contested engagements, Hemu, a veteran of 24 battles gave a tough fight to the Mughals and was almost on the point of Victory, when a stray arrow pierced his eye and he fell unconsciousness.
In the wintry chill the plain of Panipat lay veiled in a curtain of mist.
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 Battle of Panipat - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The First battle of Panipat (1526), between the Mughal Babur and the Delhi Sultanate
The Second Battle of Panipat (1556) between the Mughal Akbar and the Sultan of Bengal
The Third Battle of Panipat (1761), between the Marathas and the Afghans
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 Chemistry - Second battle of Panipat
Akbar, who was crowned in the year 1556 due to his father's death, defeated Muhammad Shah Adali of Bengal and his Prime Minister Hemu at the Second Battle of Panipat.
Second Battle of Panipat (1556) On 24th January 1556 Mughal ruler Humayun slipped while climbing down the steps of his library and fell to his death.
After the battle Hemu's head was sent to Kabul as a sign of victory to the ladies of Humayun's harem, and Hemu's torso was sent to Delhi for exposure on a gibbet.
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The battle was fought between Mongol prince Zahir-ud-Din Muhammad 'BABUR' and Afghan Sultan of Delhi Ibrahim Lodhi.
Battle ended in about 3 hours with death of Ibrahim Lodhi who was at forefront.
And in place where fighting had been the fiecest dead amid the heap of Mongols slain of his sword, lay the vain but courageous Sultan Ibrahim, his head was cut off and taken to Babur' wrote a Mongol historian.
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 Panipat @AryanaSite.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Panipat is a rail junction and a centre of trade in wool, grain, and cotton.
In the second battle at Panipat, the Mughal emperor Akbar, grandson of Babur, crushed (1556) an army of the Afghan house that had driven Babur's heirs from the throne, re-establishing the Mughal Empire in India.
In the third battle, the Afghan ruler of Kandahar, Ahmad Shah, routed (1761) an army of Marathas and Sikhs and virtually destroyed the power of the Maratha confederacy in India.
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 Third Battle of Panipat : Battle of Panipat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The battle pitted the French-supplied and trained artillery of the Marathas against the famous light cavalry of the Afgans.
The second and subsequent salvos were fired at point blank range, and the resulting carnage sent the Afgans reeling back to their lines.
He left instructions with his bodyguards that, if the battle were lost, they must kill his wife Parvati bai, as he could not abide the thought of her being dishonoured by Afgans.
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 Test Preparation -General Study Practice Papers For Civil Services Preiminary Exam
Starting fromthe battle between Alwxande and Porus to the lates Kargil war, a lot many battles have been fought for throughout the history which paved the way for for foundation of different dynasties.
You should be aware of the important battles of Indian History such as in which year a particular battle was fought, between whom it was fought and what were the consequences.
Second battle of Tarain was fought in the year 1193
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 History of Haryana - Vedas - Aryans - Kurukshetra, Saraswati, Mahabharat, Harshvardhan, Panipat
Before the Mahabharat war, a battle of ten kings took place in the Kurukshetra region in the Saraswati valley.
Another decisive battle was fought in Panipat in 1556, establishing the reign of the Mughals for centuries to come.
The intrusion of Ahmed Shah Durrani in India, culminated in the third battle of Panipat in 1761.
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 Akbar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Akbar was born at Umarkot in Sind to Humayun and Hamida Banu Begum on October 15, 1542.
His father, Humayun, was driven from the throne of India in a series of decisive battles by the Afghan Sher Shah Suri.
On November 5, 1556, fifty miles north of Delhi, a Mughal army defeated Hindu forces of General Hemu at the Second battle of Panipat, granting the throne of India to Akbar.
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 Panipat - district of Haryana - Haryana Online - North India
is situated on the banks of the river Yamuna, and here the three historical battles of Panipat were fought.
The district headquarter is situated in Panipat town.
The total area of Panipat district is 1,754 sq km and its population is 8,33,000.
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 Pakistani Defence Forum -> Third Battle Of Panipat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
But he was defeated at the battle of Manpur by Ahmad Shah, the Mughul heir-apparent, and Mir Mannu, son of the deceased Wazir Qamar-ud-din, and was put to flight.
The battle of Panipat produced disastrous consequences for the Marathas and seriously deflected the course of Maratha imperialism.
The Battle of Panipat in 1761 between Muslim and Hindu armies who numbered as many as 100,000 troops each was fought along a twelve-kilometer front.
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 The Real Akbar. The (not) So Great   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Babar's son Humayun was defeated by Sher Shah Sur, an Afgan at the battle of Chausa on 26 June 1539.
This is the 'glorious' history of Akbar's victory at the battle of Panipat.
Akbar killed an unconscious Hemu (a Hindu) to become a 'Ghazi' at the second battle of Panipat, he later ordered slaughter of all the captives from Hemu's army and had a victory tower built with their heads.
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 Battle of Panipat: Just the facts...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The First battle of Panipat (additional info and facts about First battle of Panipat) (1526), between the Mughal (additional info and facts about Mughal) Babur (additional info and facts about Babur) and the Delhi Sultanate (additional info and facts about Delhi Sultanate)
The Second Battle of Panipat (additional info and facts about Second Battle of Panipat) (1556) between the Mughal (additional info and facts about Mughal) Akbar (additional info and facts about Akbar) and the Sultan of Bengal (A region whose eastern part is now Bangladesh and whose western part is included in India)
The Third Battle of Panipat (additional info and facts about Third Battle of Panipat) (1761), between the Marathas (A member of a people of India living in Maharashtra) and the Afghan (A native or inhabitant of Afghanistan) s
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The battle led to the establishment of the Mughal Empire in India.
As in many medieval battles the loss of the leader caused panic among the troops and the tide turned the other way.
The Battle was hard fought; the Vijayanagar empire had 10,000 horsemen and 1,40,000 foot soldiers.
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 Hemu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
But his successes would be ended at the Second Battle of Panipat when he was defeated by Akbar the Great.
This battle established the Mughals firmly as rulers of India, and saw Hemu defeated decisively in part due to Hemu riding an elephant in the battle field, which led to his being struck in the eye with an arrow.
The result left his troops in disarray, and Hemu was captured, and beheaded, supposedly by Akbar himself.
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Panipat is situated on the banks of the river Yamuna, and here the three historical battles of Panipat were fought.
Today Panipat is an industrial town and is known for its handloom products.
Ibrahim Lodis tomb: This king who was defeated by Babur in 1526 in the first battle of Panipat, lies buried here within a tomb.
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