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India 1974 Classic Stamp Sheet Tiger Of Mysore Tipu Sultan

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INDIA CLASSIC STAMP SHEET

TIGER OF MYSORE  TIPU SULTAN

The following proclamations were issued by Tippu Sultan:Hes quoted as having said :

 "It is far better to live like a Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket for a day than to live like a jackal for a hundred years".

Agriculture is the life blood of the Nation... (1788 CE )

There can be no glory or achievement if the foundation of our palaces,roads & dams are mingled with the tears & blood of Humanity ... ( 1789 CE )

Sultan Fateh Ali Tippu, also known as the Tiger of Mysore (November 20, 1750, DevanahalliMay 4, 1799, Srirangapattana), was the first son of Haidar Ali by his second wife, Fatima or Fakhr-un-nissa. He was a Turk. He was the de facto ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore from the time of his father's death in 1782 until his own demise in 1799. Tippu Sultan was a learned man and an able soldier. He was reputed to be a good poet. He was a devout Muslim, but was also appreciative of other religions. At the request of the French, for instance, he built a church, the first in Mysore. He was proficient in the languages he spoke [1]. He helped his father Haidar Ali defeat the British in the Second Mysore War, and negotiated the Treaty of Mangalore with them. However, he was defeated in the Third Anglo-Mysore War and in the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War by the combined forces of the English East India Company, the Nizam of Hyderabad, the Mahratta Confederacy, and to a lesser extent, Travancore. Tippu Sultan died defending his capital Srirangapattana, on May 4, 1799. Sir Walter Scott, commenting on the abdication of Napoleon Bonaparte in 1814, wrote: "Although I never supposed that he [Napoleon] possessed, allowing for some difference of education, the liberality of conduct and political views which were sometimes exhibited by old Haidar Ally, yet I did think he [Napoleon] might have shown the same resolved and dogged spirit of resolution which induced Tippoo Saib to die manfully upon the breach of his capital city with his sabre clenched in his hand..

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