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Panipat the great betrayal songs. As a Marathi myself I loved this film. Till today I just knew that we lost the 3rd battle of Panipat but now I know why. Ashutosh Gowarikar has done a splendid work. You will get to see the glory of the Maratha empire. He has carefully shown all the historical point of views on why Maratha's might have lost the battle.
Acting wise Arjun Kapoor was not so bad (surprised that he can do such a role) Kriti also has some pretty interesting role, Baba's negative role has nailed it as usual.
Storyline is not difficult to understand so children can watch it too. If unnecessary drama is omitted, this could have been a gem like Jodha-Akbar.
This is a historical movie not a action movie. I repeat not a action movie.
Panipat: The Great betrayal. Abe sale Etihas pata nahi to kayko bata raha hai be bc🗡 Rajputone Kabhi bhi Muglo se haat nahi melaya Mc... 😈😈. This article is about the municipality in India. For its namesake district, see Panipat district. For the film, see Panipat (film). Panipat City Raja Hemu Samadhi Sthal Panipat Location in Haryana, India Panipat Panipat (India) Coordinates: 29°23′N 76°58′E / 29. 39°N 76. 97°E Coordinates: 29°23′N 76°58′E / 29. 97°E Country India State Haryana District Panipat Elevation 219 m (719 ft) Population (2011)  • Total 295, 970 Language • Official Hindi, Punjabi • Regional Haryanvi Time zone UTC+5:30 ( IST) PIN 132103 Telephone code 0180 ISO 3166 code IN-HR Vehicle registration HR-06 (Private Vehicles) HR-67 (Commercial Vehicles) Website Panipat ( pronunciation ( help · info)), is a historic city in Haryana, India. It is 90 km north of Delhi and 169 km south of Chandigarh on NH -1. The three major battles fought near the city in 1526, 1556 and 1761 were all turning points in Indian history. The city is famous in India as the "City of Weavers" and "Textile City". It is also known as the "cast-off capital" due to being "the global centre for recycling textiles".  History [ edit] Panipat district was carved out from the erstwhile Karnal district on 1 November 1989. On 24 July 1991 it was again merged with Karnal district. On 1 January 1992, it again became a separate district. According to the legend, Panipat was one of the five cities (prasthas) founded by the Pandava brothers during the times of the Mahabharata; its historic name was Pandavaprastha ( Sanskrit: पाण्डवप्रस्थ, lit. city of Pandavas) Panipat was the scene of three pivotal battles in Indian history. Panipat is first recorded in the Mahabharata as one of the five villages that the Pandavas demanded from Duryodhana. The five villages are the "panch pat": Panaprastha (now known as Panipat) Suvarnaprastha (now known as Sonipat) Indraprastha (now known as Delhi) Vyaghraprastha became Baghpat (now known as Baghpat) Tilaprastha (now known as Tilpat) The First Battle of Panipat was fought on 21 April 1526 between Ibrahim Lodhi, the Afghan Sultan of Delhi, and the Turko-Mongol warlord Babur, who later established Mughal rule in Northern Indian subcontinent. Babur's force defeated Ibrahim's much larger force of over one lakh (one hundred thousand) soldiers. This first battle of Panipat thus ended the 'Lodi Rule' established by Bahlul Lodhi in Delhi. The Second Battle of Panipat was fought on 5 November 1556 between the forces of Akbar and Hem Chandra Vikramaditya, a Hindu King of Delhi.   Hem Chandra, who had captured states like Agra and Delhi defeating Akbar's army and declared himself as independent king after a coronation on 7th Oct. 1556 at Purana Quila in Delhi, had a large army, and initially his forces were winning, but suddenly he was struck by an arrow in the eye and fell unconscious. On not seeing him in his howdah on the back of an elephant, his army fled. Dead Hemu was carried to Akbar's camp where Bairam Khan beheaded him  His head was sent to Kabul to be hanged outside Delhi Darwaza, and his torso was hanged outside Purana Quila in Delhi. The place of martyrdom of Raja Hemu is now a famous shrine in Panipat. The Third Battle of Panipat was fought on 14 January 1761 between the Maratha Empire and the Afghan and Baloch invaders. The Maratha Empire was led by Sadashivrao Bhau Peshwa with Dattaji shinde Dattaji and the Afghans were led by Ahmadshah Abdali. The Afghans had a total strength of 110, 000 soldiers, and the Marathas had 75, 000 soldiers and 100, 000 pilgrims. The Maratha soldiers were unable to get food because of non-cooperation of other empires of Hindustan (India and Pakistan were not separated) and this resulted in having to eat the dead in the battle field to survive. Both the sides fought their heart out. The Afghans were supported by Najib-ud-Daula and Shuja-ud-Daula for the supply of food, and the Maratha had pilgrims along with them, who were unable to fight, including female pilgrims. On 14 January, over 100, 000 soldiers died resulting in the victory for the Afghans. However, after the victory, the Afghans facing a hostile North India, retreated to Afghanistan to avoid casualties. This battle served as a precursor for British Empire to establish Company rule in India as most of North and Northwest Indian princely states were weakened.  Geography [ edit] Panipat is located at 29°23′N 76°58′E / 29. 97°E.  It has an average elevation of 219 metres (718 feet). Demographics [ edit] As per 2011 census, the city had a population of 294, 292.  Panipat's urban agglomeration had a population of 295, 970. The literacy rate was about 83%.  Landmarks [ edit] Hemu's Samadhi Sthal [ edit] The wounded Hemu was captured by Shah Quli Khan in the Second Battle of Panipat and carried to the Mughal camp at Shodapur on Jind Road at Panipat.  According to Badayuni,  Bairam Khan asked Akbar to behead Hemu so that he could earn the title of Ghazi. Akbar replied, "He is already dead, if he had any strength for a duel, I would have killed him. " After Akbar's refusal Hemu's body was denied honour by the Mughal battle tradition and was unceremoniously beheaded by Bairam Khan. Hemu's head was sent to Kabul where it was hung outside the Delhi Darwaza while his body was placed in a gibbet outside Purana Quila in Delhi to terrorise his supporters, who were mainly his subjects, both the Muslims and Hindus.  Ibrahim Lodhi's Tomb [ edit] It was one of Sher Shah Suri ’s dying regrets that he could never fulfill his intention of erecting a tomb to the fallen monarch Ibrahim Lodhi. Much later, in 1866, the British relocated the tomb which was just a simple grave during construction of the Grand Trunk Road and added a platform to it with an inscription highlighting Ibrahim Lodhi’s death in the Battle of Panipat.    Babur's Kabuli Bagh Mosque [ edit] The garden of Kabuli Bagh along with the Kabuli Bagh Mosque and a tank were built by Babur after the First Battle of Panipat to commemorate his victory over Ibrahim Lodhi. Some years later when Humayun defeated Sher Shah Suri near Panipat, he added a masonry Platform to it and called it ‘Chabutra" Fateh Mubarak, bearing the inscription 934 Hijri (1557 CE). These buildings and the garden still exist under the name of Kabuli Bagh called so after Babur's wife – Mussammat Kabuli begum. Kala Amb [ edit] According to tradition, the site 8 km from Panipat and 42 km from Karnal, where Sadashiv Rao Bhau commanded his Maratha forces during the third battle of Panipat was marked by a black Mango Tree (Kala Amb) which has since disappeared. The dark colour of its foliage was probably the origin of the name. The site has a brick Pillar with an iron rod and the structure is surrounded by an iron fence. The site is being developed and beautified by a society presided over by the Governor of Haryana. Panipat Syndrome [ edit] The term ‘’Panipat Syndrome‘’ has entered the lexicon as the lack of decisive action, preparedness and strategic thinking by Indian leaders thus allowing an invading army to enter well inside their territory, which was based on the defeat of the Marathas by the Afghans at the Third battle of Panipat. It was coined by Air Commodore Jasjit Singh.     Connectivity [ edit] National Highway 44 (India) is a major road network that connects Panipat to Grand Trunk road network.  Panipat is connected to all major Indian cities via Panipat Junction railway station  References [ edit] ^ a b "Panipat City Population Census 2011".. ^ "Panipat, the global centre for recycling textiles, is fading". The Economist. 7 September 2017. ^ Richards, John F., ed. (1995) . The Mughal Empire. The New Cambridge History of India (7th ed. ). Cambridge University Press. p. 13. ISBN 9780521566032. Retrieved 29 May 2013. ^ Kolff, Dirk H. A. (2002). Naukar, Rajput, and Sepoy: The Ethnohistory of the Military Labour Market of Hindustan, 1450-1850. p. 163. ISBN 9780521523059. Retrieved 29 May 2013. ^ Abdul Quadir Badayuni, Muntkhib-ul-Tawarikh, Volume 1, page 6 ^ The third battle of Panipat ^ "Maps, Weather, and Airports for Panipat, India".. ^ "Urban Agglomerations/Cities having population 1 lakh and above" (PDF). Provisional Population Totals, Census of India 2011. Retrieved 26 July 2012. ^ Chandra, Satish (2004). Medieval India: From Sultanate To The Mughals: Part I: Delhi Sultanate (1206-1526). Har-Anand Publications. pp. 91–93. ISBN 9788124110669. Retrieved 17 November 2014. ^ George Bruce Malleson (2001). Akbar and the rise of the Mughal Empire. Genesis Publishing Pvt. Ltd. p. 71. ISBN 9788177551785. ^ "Tomb of Ibrahim Lodi". Archived from the original on 14 May 2008. ^ "Ibrahim Lodhi's Tomb in Panipat India".. ^ The tale of the missing Lodi tomb The Hindu, Jul 04, 2005. ^ ^ "Raja Mandala: Breaking the Panipat syndrome". 4 October 2016. ^ "Why India suffers from the Panipat Syndrome". ^ Battle of Panipat commute to Delhi ^ "Arrivals at Panipat Junction". indiarailinfo. Retrieved 1 March 2014. External links [ edit] Panipat travel guide from Wikivoyage "Panipat". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed. 1911. v t e State of Haryana Capital: Chandigarh Topics Outline History Tourism Geography Politics Government Governors Economy Sports Districts and divisions Ambala division Ambala Kurukshetra Panchkula Yamuna Nagar Faridabad division Faridabad Nuh Palwal Gurgaon division Gurgaon Mahendragarh Rewari Hisar division Fatehabad Hisar Jind Sirsa Karnal division Kaithal Karnal Panipat Rohtak division Bhiwani Charkhi Dadri Jhajjar Rohtak Sonipat Major cities Yamunanagar Bahadurgarh Culture Cinema ( List of films, Chandrawal, Jagat Jakhar) Music ( Folk dance, Swang) Haryanvi language ( Ahirwati, Bagri, Braj Bhasha, Bangru and Deshwali, Khadar, Loarki, Mewati, Pahari) Power stations and power organisations Places of interest Sarasvati Civilisation (Indus Valley Civilization - IVC) Adi Badri Balu, Haryana Banawali Bhirrana Farmana Jognakhera Kanwari Kunal Lohari Ragho Mitathal Rakhigarhi Siswal Sothi Archaeological National monuments State monuments Baoli (Stepwells)s Kaithal ( Bhai ki Baoli) Fatehabad ( Rania, _Sirsa#History"Rania) Gurugram ( Akhara Baoli, Badshahpur Baoli, Dhumaspur Baoli) Meham in Rohtak ( Choron ki Baoli) Narnaul ( Alijaan ki Bawdi) Buddhist and HIndu Sites Buddhist mounds ( Agroha Mound, Sugh Ancient Mound) Buddhist stupas ([Adi Badri, Haryana Haveli Nangal Sirohi Hemu Ki Haveli in Rewari Noor Mahal in Karnal Gurugram: (Sikanderpur, Mohammadpur Jharsa, 12 Biswa haveli in Gurgaon gaon, Mahalwala haveli in 8 Biswa of Gurgaon gaon) Forts Asigarh Fort (Hansi) Badhshapur Fort Buria Fort Chhachhrauli Fort Dhosi Hill Fort Fatehabad Fort Farrukhnagar Fort Hisar-e-Firoza Fort Kotla Indor Fort Jind Fort Kaithal Fort Gajpat Singh Fort at Karnal Loharu Fort Madhogarh Fort Mahendragarh Fort Meham Fort Nahar Singh Fort at Ballabhgargh Pinjore Fort Raipur Rani Fort Fort of King Saras of Sirsa Tosham Hill Fort Hills Dhosi Hill near Narnaul Kotla Hill in Mewat Indor Hill in Mewat Madhogarh Hill near Mahendragarh Mahendragarh Hill Morni Hills in Yamuna Nagar Tosham Hill in Bhiwani Caves Chyvan Rishi Cave at Dhosi Hill Tosham Hill Caverns Nar Narayan Cave in Yamuna Nagar Historical Bhima Devi Temple Complex at Pinjore Dhosi Hill Farrukhnagar Kalayat Ancient Bricks Temple Complex Mughal Bridge at Kernal Harsh ka Tilla at Kurukshetra Nahar Singh Mahal Narnaul Pataudi Palace Pinjore Gardens Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple Surajkund Tomb of Saikh Taiyab at Kaithal Tosham rock inscription State Protected Monuments Monuments of National Importance National Parks & Wildlife Sanctuaries of Haryana Abubshahar Wildlife Sanctuary Bhindawas Wildlife Sanctuary Bir Shikargah Wildlife Sanctuary Chhilchhila Wildlife Sanctuary Kalesar National Park Khaparwas Wildlife Sanctuary Khol Hi-Raitan Wildlife Sanctuary Morni Nahar Wildlife Sanctuary Saraswati Wildlife Sanctuary Sohna Sultanpur Lake Bird Sanctuary Endangered Wildlife Breeding Chinkara Breeding Centre Kairu, Bhiwani Crocodile Breeding Centre, Kurukshetra Deer Park, Hisar Kalesar Elephant Rehabilitation Centre Pheasant Breeding Centre Morni Pheasant Breeding Centre, Berwala Peacock & Chinkara Breading Centre, Jhabua in Rewari district Sparrow Conservation Centre, Pinjore Vulture and Sparrow Conservation and Breeding Centre, Pinjore Zoos in Haryana Bhiwani Zoo Hisar Deer Park Rohtak Zoo Pipli Zoo Herbal Parks Shatavar Vatika Herbal Park, Hisar Ch. Surender Singh Memorial Herbal Park, Tosham Ch. Surender Singh Memorial Herbal Park, Kairu Ch. Devi Lal Herbal Nature Park Lakes Badkhal Lake Blue Bird Lake at Hisar Damdama Lake Karna Lake Tilyar Lake at Rohtak Dams Anagpur Dam Hathnikund Barrage Kaushalya Dam Masani barrage Ottu barrage Palla barrage Pathrala barrage Tajewala Barrage Rivers Chautang Ghaggar-Hakra Markanda River Najafgarh Sahibi River Sarasvati River Yamuna Religious Adi Badri (Haryana) Sarsvati udgam sthal Agroha Dham Baba Thakur Banbhori Devi Brahma Sarovar Bhuteshwar Temple Jayanti Devi Temple Jyotisar Kartikeya Temple Markandeshwar Mata Mansa Devi Mandir Nada Sahib Naugaja Peer Pindara Temple Sannihit Sarovar Sita Mai Temple Sheetla Mata Mandir Gurgaon St. Thomas' Church at Hisar Offices High Court Legislative Assembly Raj Bhavan Public places Kingdom of Dreams Mall of India The Oberoi Extreme Corners of Haryana Eastern-most point: Kalesar village Yamuna riverbank in Yamuna Nagar District Western-most point: Chautala - Sangari border road crossing in Sirsa district Southern-most point: Kol Gaon hill in Ferozepur Jhirka tehsil of Gurgaon district Northern-most point: Khokhra village riverbank north of Chandigarh-Baddi river bridge in Panchkula district Highest-lowest of Haryana Highest point: Karoh Peak in Shivalik Hills of Panchkula district Lowest natural Surface elevation point: Deepest Underground Cave: Coldest avg temp: Karoh Peak in Shivalik Hills of Panchkula district Hottest avg temp: Hisar Wettest avg rainfall: Morni hills in Shivalik Hills of Panchkula district Driest avg rainfall: Bhiwani Oldest of Haryana Oldest archaeological site: Rakhigarhi 4700 BC or 6700 years old Indus Valley Civilization in Hisar district Oldest archaeological mine site: Kaliyana hill Indus Valley Civilization stone mine (3000 BC or 5000 years old) west of Charkhi Dadri Government and Politics Elections Elections in Haryana 1991 1996 1998 1999 2004 2009 2014 2019 Chief Ministers Banarsi Das Gupta Rao Birender Singh Bansi Lal Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Bhajan Lal Devi Lal Om Prakash Chautala Hukam Singh Bhupinder Singh Hooda Manohar Lal Khattar Dharma Vira Birendra Narayan Chakraborty Ranjit Singh Narula Jaisukh Lal Hathi Harcharan Singh Brar Surjit Singh Sandhawalia Ganpatrao Devji Tapase Saiyid Muzaffar Husain Burney Hari Anand Barari Dhanik Lal Mandal Mahaveer Prasad Babu Parmanand Om Prakash Verma Akhlaqur Rahman Kidwai Jagannath Pahadia Kaptan Singh Solanki State agencies Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam Debt Conciliation Board Doordarshan Haryana Foreign Investment and NRI Cell Forests Department, Haryana Department of Economic and Statistical Analysis, Haryana Department of Environment, Haryana Department of Excise & Taxation, Haryana Department of Finance, Haryana Department of Industries & Commerce, Haryana Department of Industrial Training & Vocational Education, Haryana Department of Institutional Finance & Credit Control, Haryana Department of Labour & Employment, Haryana Department of Land records & Consolidation, Haryana Department of Revenue and Disaster Management, Haryana Department of Rehabilitation, Haryana Department of Higher Education, Haryana Department of School Education, Haryana Department of Elementary Education, Haryana Haryana Board of School Education Haryana Civil Medical Services Haryana Environment Protection Council Haryana Land Record Information System Haryana Power Generation Corporation Limited Haryana Police Haryana Roadways Haryana Seeds Development Corporation Haryana State Directorate of Archaeology & Museums Haryana State Legal Services Authority, Haryana Haryana Tourism Corporation Limited Haryana Urban Development Authority Haryana Waqf Board State Counselling Board, Haryana Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam Sports Venues Chaudhary Bansi Lal Cricket Stadium Nahar Singh Stadium Tau Devi Lal Stadium Sector 16 Stadium Mahabir Stadium Associations Haryana Archery Association Haryana Cricket Association Teams Haryana cricket team Haryana football team Bhiwani Boxing Club Portal:India Category: Haryana Wikiproject: Haryana.
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