Those 10 battles, in which Mughals stood away leaving the field .. How impressed their sultanate?


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Those 10 battles, in which Mughals stood away leaving the field .. How impressed their sultanate?
1:50 AM August 5, 2022

Aug 05, 2022 | 7:02 am

If history has taught us something, then it is that every battle cannot be won. There is no empire in the world who can claim that he never faced defeat in all the war he has fought. And this also applies to the Mughal Empire. History suggests that the Mughals had powerful ruler and their powerful army was well trained, but in the same history it is also recorded that in some battles, the Mughals also had to leave the field. In many battles, the Mughals could not stand in front of knights like Chhatrapati Shivaji, Sher Shah, Tanhaji and Baji Rao Peshwa and they had to face their mouths. Miss more But today we will tell you about the 10 battles in which the Mughals were defeated.

In the battle of Chausa, the Mughal army not only lost, but Emperor Humayun had to leave his suubes. The fight was fought between Humayun and Afghan commander Sher Shah Suri on 26 June 1539 in Chausa, leading to the establishment of the Sur Empire further; This was a crushing defeat for the Mughals. Sher Shah was supported by Ujjainia Rajputs of Bhojpur. After the defeat of the Mughal army, Humayun ran away from the battlefield to save his life, and the victorious Sher Shah awarded himself the title of Farid al-Din Sher Shah.

Humayun has his two brothers Askari On May 17, 1540 with Mirza and Nindle Mirza, once again faced Sher Shah in the battle of Kannauj. Humayun's policy errors and the failure of the power of his weapon once again put him in front of the defeat. Sher Shah defeated the Mughal army for the second time in the battle of Kannauj. Humayun had to flee the battlefield to save his life with his brothers almost like a fugitive. The city was fought for Kandahar. Shah Abbas, the ruler of Iran, wanted to take over it again after losing it in 1595. In 1621, he ordered his army to gather in Nisapur. Later he also joined his army and traveled towards Kandahar, where he immediately started the siege of the fort as soon as he reached.

Jahangir came into action despite being aware of the attack Late in, and a small contingent of 3,000 soldiers could not last long due to lack of new consignment. The relief force raised by the Mughals proved to be meaningless, and the city was defeated after a siege of 45 days.

Umbarkhind's battle was fought on 3 February 1661. It was fought between the Maratha Army and General Karatba Khan of the Maratha Army and the Mughal Empire under Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. In this war, the Mughal army was decisively defeated by the Marathas.

On January 5, 1664, there was a battle of Surat, also known as Sack of Surat. It was an underground war, which was fought between Maratha ruler Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Mughal captain Inayat Khan near Surat city in Gujarat. The Marathas strongly defeated the Mughal army and looted Surat for six days. Was. This was one of the first forts that Shivaji snatched back from the Mughals. It was carried out in the dark of night, climbing with a rope ladder on the walls. In this war, Maratha commanders Udaybhan Rathore and Tanhaji were martyred, but the Marathas captured the fort. This fight and Tanhaji's exploits are still very popular in Marathi stories.

The battle of Salheri fought between the Marathas and the Mughal Empire in February 1672, which proved to be a decisive victory for the Marathas. It is considered particularly important, as this was the first war in which the Marathas dusted the Mughals. Was fought between The Marathas were led by Rajkumar Sambhaji, and the Mughals were led by Khizr Khan. The Marathas beat the Mughal army badly, and strengthened their grip on Kolwan. The Mughal Empire was fought between Muhammad Khan Bangash. Bangash attacked Bundelkhand in December 1728. In view of his growing age and negligible military power, Chhatrasal appealed to Baji Rao for assistance, under whose leadership the Maratha-Bandela alliance defeated Bangash in Jaitpur.

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