A comment on Tipu Sultan’s death. 

Tipu was an autocratic or rather despotic ruler, by some accounts, despised the Hindus (while also gave the support for Shringeri Temple and Ranganath Temple of Mysore ). He also wanted to impose Persian language over Kannada. Having recognised those vices, Tipu was inspired by the ideas of French Revolution. He wanted to build a … Continue reading A comment on Tipu Sultan’s death. 

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Shivaji Raje Bhosale. A warrior, hero and symbol of unity

Just like modern day actors, sportsmen, business icons who are revered for building their careers from scratch, say for example Rajnikanth (Shivaji Gaekwad), there was another great man approximately 4 centuries back, coincidentally was also Shivaji, albeit Shivaji Bhosale, who built his career from scratch. His father was Jagirdar who worked in Mysore region and … Continue reading Shivaji Raje Bhosale. A warrior, hero and symbol of unity