- Born 1750; died May 4, 1799, in Seringapatam.
- The coins of Haidar Ali and Tipu Sultan
- In cataloguing the somewhat complicated issues of Tipu.
- m.v. TIPU SULTAN m.v. BHARAT SEEMA m.v. AMINDIVI m.v.
- m.v. TIPU SULTAN.
- Tipu Sultan's Palace Bangalore
- Page 1. India by A. Ferrari.
- Beltangady: Tipu Sultan's Manjrabad Fort Lies in Shambles
- The king is none other than Mysore ruler Tipu Sultan. The same fort is also known as Tipu's Fort. It lies at Donigal, six kilometres away from Sakleshwar on the Mangalore–Bangalore national highway.
- Tipu Sultan Gold Pendant for $150000
- Tipu Sultan ruled Mysore in the late 18th century and became famous for his ferocious and bloody opposition to the extension of British rule.
- A gun glows with glorious tales of Hyder Ali, Tipu Sultan
- Most of them have no clue as to the display – the miniature of the gun used by Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan to fight the expansion of English East India Company. C.
- Wadiyar Rolls, Tipu pendant to be auctioned
- London, Aug 24, PTI A Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost once owned by the erstwhile Maharaja of Mysore, and a rare gem-set gold pendant from Tipu Sultan are going under the hammer here next month.
- Spy princess to remain alive in Gordon Square
- BANGALORE: Noor Inayat Khan, a descendant of Tipu Sultan was a secret agent in World War II. She was infiltrated into France by the Special Operations Executive, Winston Churchill's secret organisation.
- Tipu Sultan [1750-1799]
- Jun 1, 2003 Tipu Sultan, the eldest son of Haider Ali, was born on December 10, 1750 at Devanhalli.
- Tipu Sultan Final Battle and Martyred 1799 A.D - YouTube
- Sep 24, 2007 Tipu Sultan Final Battle and Martyred. British Raj take over India...finally.
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