TOP 10 GREAT MUSLIM WARRIORS WHO CHANGED THE WORLD HISTORY

TOP 10 GREAT MUSLIM WARRIORS WHO CHANGED THE WORLD HISTORY

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TOP 10 GREAT MUSLIM WARRIORS WHO CHANGED THE WORLD HISTORY

This list includes remarkable Muslim generals and warriors from 7th century to the 19th century. The below mentioned brave warriors completely changed the world history. They used to fight bravely against their enemies. Many western intellectuals are not impartial while reading writing and talking about these brave Muslim warriors. Here, I have prepared a list of top 10 Great Muslim warriors who changed the world history.

  1. Tipu Sultan

10 Great Muslim warriors who changed the world history
10 Great Muslim warriors who changed the world history

Tipu Sultan is also called the Sultan of Mysore. His full name was Fath Ali Khan. His father name was Hyder Ali and mother name was Fatima Fakhr Un Nisa. He was born on November 20, 1750. He was died on May 4, 1799. When he died he was 48 year old. He was buried in Srirangapatna. Tipu is regarded as hero of the Muslims of India, Bangladesh and Pakistan. Tipu Sultan was instructed in military strategy by French officers in the employment of his father.

In 1766, he fought along with his father against British in the first Mysore. In the historical Battle of Polliur, Tipu Sultan decisively defeated Baillie. In that battle he captured 200 enemy’s soldiers out of 360. On 18 February 1782, Tipu Sultan defeated Colonel Braithwaite at Annagudi near Tanjore.. In December 1781 Tipu Sultan successfully apprehended Chittur from the British. The Second Mysore War came to an end in 1784 because of an agreement between Sultan Tipu and British. It was the last instance when an Indian king dictated terms to the British, and the pact is an important document in the history of India.

In the fourth Mysore War There were over 26,000 soldiers of the British East India Company including 4000 Europeans and the rest Indians. A column was also supplied by the Nizam of Hyderabad comprising of ten battalions and over 16,000 cavalry. There were 50 thousand soldiers in Brtish army whereas Tipu Sultan had only about 30,000 soldiers.

The British army broke through the city walls, French Military advisers suggested Tipu Sultan to escape from secret passages and live to fight another day. But the Tipus’ reply was a historical and immortal reply. He said “One day of Tigers’ life is better than thousand years of living as a Jackal”. Tipu Sultan got martyred defending his capital on May 4, 1799. Tipu was buried the next afternoon, near the grave of his father. By his death a golden chapter of Muslims’ bravery closed. He is at no. 10 in this list of  top 10 Great Muslim warriors who changed the world history.

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