10 Lines on Tipu Sultan

Tipu Sultan was a great ruler of the Mysore kingdom and a great freedom fighter. He always defeated the Britishers and kept his kingdom safe from their hands. British people considered Tipu Sultan as a problem and terror for themselves. From the very beginning of his age, he started to learn all the military and diplomatic techniques and ways. Tipu also started assisting his father in numerous battles and invasions at an early age and also got success in those invasions.

Tipu Sultan was not only a good ruler but he was also a scholar and a poet. He built and constructed many monuments in his kingdom such as Bangalore Fort, Lal Bagh botanical garden, etc.

Ten Lines on Tipu Sultan

Set 1

1) Tipu Sultan was a great freedom fighter who fought many wars against the Britishers.

2) Tipu Sultan was the ruler of the kingdom of Mysore; he was a scholar, poet, and soldier.

3) Tipu Sultan was born on 20th November 1750 at Devanahalli near Bangalore city.

4) Due to his war skills, Tipu sultan joined his father in the successful invasion of Malabar.

5) Tipu Sultan became the next ruler of Mysore in 1782 after the death of his father.

6) Before becoming the ruler Tipu Sultan already fought 1st and 2nd Anglo-Mysore wars.

7) Tipu Sultan also fought the Maratha-Mysore war which ended up in the treaty of Gajendragadh.

8) Tipu Sultan was undefeatable for Britishers with his attack on their army at Travancore.

9) In the 3rd Anglo-Mysore war, Tipu lost several territories including Malabar and Mangalore.

10) In the 4th Anglo-Mysore War, Tipu was defeated and killed by the Britishers on 4th May 1799.

Set 2

1) Tipu Sultan was the ruler of Mysore kingdom; he was a freedom fighter also who fought against the Britishers to drive them out from the motherland.

2) Tipu Sultan is “Badshah Naseebuddaulah Sultan Mir Fateh Ali Bahadur Shahab”, he was known as “Sher-e-Mysore”, “Sher-e-Hind”, “Sher-e-Mashriq” etc.

3) Tipu Sultan was born at Devanahalli, near to the erstwhile rural Bangalore district; he was the son of “Hyder Ali” and “Fatima-Fakhr-un-Nisa”.

4) At the age of 15, Tipu Sultan started assisting in the first Mysore war in 1776 against the British; he also proved his legacy in the 1st Anglo-Maratha war in 1775-79.

5) From the age of 17, Tipu Sultan was assigned the independent charge of important diplomatic and military missions; he supported his father very efficiently.

6) When Hyder Ali died in 1782, his son Tipu Sultan was coroneted as the new ruler of Mysore; he already knew that the Britishers are always against him.

7) Tipu Sultan died in the fourth Anglo-Mysore war, defending his fortress of Seringapatam, East India Company got support from Nizam of Hyderabad and Marathas.

8) It is believed that Tipu Sultan is the inventor and user of rockets for the battle purposes, he had also built a rocket force which is known as ‘Mysorian missile’.

9) ‘Bangalore fort’ which was earlier built by ‘Kempe Gowda’ but was renovated by Tipu Sultan, the Bangalore Fort is also known as the ‘summer palace’.

10) During the tenure of Tipu Sultan’s reign, he also finished the construction of ‘Lal Bagh botanical garden’ in Bangalore which was earlier started by Hyder Ali.

Set 3

1) Tipu Sultan was a ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore, famous for his bravery in the war against the British East India Company.

2) Renowned for his valor and courage, he is regarded as India's first soldier, who tried to conquer territories under the rules of reconciliation for his fierce battle against the British.

3) In 1782, the eldest son of Hyder Ali, the Sultan of Mysore; Tipu Sultan ascended the throne after his father's death.

4) As a ruler, he implemented many innovations in his administration.

5) His father had political connections with the French and thus Tipu Sultan received military training from French officers as a young man.

6) After becoming a ruler, he continued his father's policy of aligning with the French in his struggle against the British.

7) He completed the projects left behind by his father, built roads, bridges, public buildings, ports, etc. and also created many military methods using rockets in war.

8) Through his determined efforts, he built a strong military force that caused severe damage to British forces.

9) He was the first Indian king to die on the battlefield while defending his kingdom against the colonial British and officially recognized by the Government of India as a freedom fighter.

10) The National Army Museum of the British Army placed Tipu Sultan among the greatest enemy commanders.

Set 4

1) Tipu Sultan was the great ruler of Mysore who is also known as the lion of Mysore.

2) Tipu Sultan was born on 20th November 1750 at the home of Sultan Hyder Ali of Mysore in 'Devanhalli', present-day Bangalore district of Karnataka.

3) Apart from a being a worthy ruler, Tipu was also a scholar, a skilled commander of the army and a poet.

4) He was the ruler who faced the British till his death.

5) Tipu Sultan is considered the world's first ruler ever, to introduce rockets in his military.

6) Tipu Sultan's rockets are housed in London's famous Science Museum.

7) These rockets were taken by the British in the late 18th century.

8) In the second battle of Mysore, he helped his father Hyder Ali greatly in expelling the British.

9) Even in the third battle of Mysore, when the British could not defeat Tipu, they made an agreement with this lion of Mysore called 'Treaty of Mangalore'.

10) The East India Company attacked Tipu for the fourth time and finally on 4th May 1799, the Lion of Mysore was martyred while protecting Srirangapatnam.

Tipu Sultan was not a furious fighter, but he was the innovator of ammunitions such as rockets. Those rockets were known as Mysorian rockets. Tipu Sultan used these rockets in the battle and destroyed the army of the Britishers. Due to these rockets, Tipu Sultan was able to win first and second Anglo-Mysore wars; he always wanted that British army couldn’t enter into his kingdom. It will not be wrong to say that Tipu Sultan was the soldier before the Indian revolt.