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and Sher Shah Suri. In this battle Humayun was defeated. It
facilitated Sher Khan to march on to Delhi at Agra.
Alexander the Great, defeated Porus, the Paurava king.
Humayun fled to Iran and Sher Shah Suri occupied Delhi.
B.C.— Ashoka defeated the king of Kalinga. Ashoka embraced Buddhism
and preached it during the rest of his life after this war.
Thaneswar A.D. 1191
– Mohammed Ghori defeated Prithvi Raj Chauhan. Ghori’s
victory paved the way for the establishment of Muslim rule in India.
the Mughal rule in India.
Hindu General and right-hand man of Mohd. Adil Shah). It also ended the Afghan
Rule and Mughal Rule began instead.
Shah Abdali defeated Marathas. It gave a terrible blow to the Maratha
power. It made the field clear for the English.
defeated Rana Sanga of Mewar. This battle resulted in the defeat of the
powerful Rajput confederacy.
alliance between Bijapur, Bidar, Ahmednagar and Golkonda under Hussain Nizam
Shah defeated Ram Raja of Vijayanagar. It destroyed the Hindu Kingdom of
headed by Raja Man Singh defeated Rana Pratap, the brave
Rajput king. Though defeated, Rana Pratap refused to accept Mughal authority
and carried on warfare till his death.
under Lord Clive defeated Siraj-ud-Daulah. It brought Muslim Rule
in Bengal to an end and laid foundations of the British Rule in India.
defeated the French. The battle sealed the fate of the French in India and
paved the way for English rule in India.
between the forces of the English and the combined forces of Mir Qasim,
Shuja-ud-Daulah (Nawab of Oudh) and the Mughal Emperor Shah Alam. The English
victory at Buxar finally riveted the shackles of the Company’s rule