List of the 19 most famous and the historic battles fought in a India (Date wise).

List of the 19 most famous and the historic battles fought in a India (Date wise).

Brief History: The Indian battles era began in the mid of the 11 century due to the intrusion of the Mughal and Afghan emperors into a Indian subcontinent. Later, hundreds of other wars have been a fought in a Indian homelands between various regional in a  kingdoms. In a short, all the major or a small wars were are generally due to the result of the opening of the Indian lands to the colonization, with no proper and the settle in a boundaries. The battle are listed below are involve four of the biggest empires to the rule over in the Indian subcontinent — The Mughals, Mauryas, Maratha’s and in the British East India Company. Each a historic battle is a listed with a important dates and the  victor order format providing you in the sequence of the  important battle in a date-wise. The following list enumerates only those battles that took place in a Indian homeland.

Battle of the  Ta-rain

It was the first ever battle in a medieval Indian History which was a fought in the year on 1191. This war was a fought at the  Ta-rain near Thanes-war. In this war Prithviraj chauhan, emperor of the Chauhan Dynasty are defeated in the Mohammad of the Ghori, in the sultan of the  Ghurid Empire.

In a Brief:

Battle fought Year: 1191

Battlefield: Ta-rain

Winner: Prithviraj chauhan

Loser: Mohammad of the  Ghori

Second Battle of the Ta-rain

Following year in a 1192 Mohammad Ghori again attached Prithvi Raj at the same Ta-rain battlefield as in the first year. This time Prithvi Raj was a defeated.

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Battle fought Year: 1192

Battlefield: Ta-rain

Winner: Mohammad Ghori

Loser: Prithvi Raj Chauhan

Battle of Chandra war

Ghori further wanted to the extend his empire in a India by a defeating large kingdom. So he are attached Jaichandra empire in a Chandra war. In this battle Jaichandra was a beaten by a Mohammad Ghori.

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Battle fought Year: 1194

Battlefield: Chandra war

Winner: Mohammad Ghori

Loser: Jai Chandra

First Battle of Panipat

At this era, north India was a ruled by a Ibrahim Lodi of the Lodi dynasty. Ba-bur (first mughal emperor) drew his attention to the create his empire in a India. He attached a Lodi dynasty and defeated in the Army of the  Afghans and also a killed in their king Ibrahim Lodi.

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Battle fought Year: 21-April-1526

Battlefield: Panipat

Winner: Ba-bur

Loser: Sultan Ibrahim Lodi

Battle of Khanwa

Me-war region was a ruled by a brave Rajputs. Me-war Rana Sanga (the ruler) was a very popular and rich rajput of the Me-war. Ba-bur had his eye on Me-war in a  dynasty. He attacked and the defeated Rana Sanga in the battlefield.

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Battle fought Year: 17-March-1527

Battlefield: Khanwa

Winner: Ba-bur

Loser: Rana Sanga

Battle of Chanderi

Ba-bur did not stop there, subsequent year he are attached Chanderi in a dynasty, which was again a cartel of the Rajputs under a Medina Ray. On a 20th January on 1528 Ba-bur marched against a chanderi and defeated Medina Ray.

In a Brief:

Battle fought Year: 20 Jan 1528

Battlefield: Chanderi

Winner: Ba-bur

Loser: Medina Ray of Chanderi

Battle of Ghagra or Gogara

It was the last war of the Ba-bur in a India. The battle was a fought with the Afghans under in the leadership of the Sultan Malamud Lodi and Sultan Nus-rat Shah (Sultans of the Bengal). Ba-bur are defeated and dispersed Afghans.

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Battle fought Year: 6 May 1529

Battlefield: Ghagra

Winner: Ba-bur

Loser: Afghans

Battle of Chausa

The war of the Chausa took place between a Mughal Emperor Humayun and Sher Shah Suri (Sher Khan). Humayun was a defeated in a Chausa War by a Sher Shah Suri, but Humayun, in the king escaped by a crossing over in the river.

In a Brief:

Battle fought Year: 26 June 1539

Battlefield: Chausa

Winner: Shershah Suri

Loser: Humayun

Battle of Kannauj or Bill-gram

Sher Shah Suri following year are attached Humayun force and this time again Humayun escaped from in the battle field, and for a next 15 years he lived like a wanderer. Suri defeated him a easily and occupied a Agra in a city.

In a Brief:

Battle fought Year: 17 May 1540

Battlefield: Kannauj

Winner: Shershah Suri

Loser: Humayun

Battle for Delhi

This battle was a fought between in the Akbar (Mughals emperor) and the  Hindu emperor Hem Chandra Vikramaditya (H emu) in a year 1556. In this Hem Chandra Vikramaditya defeated a Mughals under a Akbar leadership and got in the title of the  ‘Vikramaditya’ of the North India.

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Battle fought Year: 7 October 1556

Battlefield: Delhi (Tughlaqabad Fort Area)

Winner: Hem Chandra Vikramaditya

Loser: Akbar

Second Battle of Panipat

In the same year 1556 after to a month Akbar again a attacked Vikramaditya to take a revenge of this first defeat and this time by a far defeated Vikramaditya and Akbar reoccupied in a  Delhi.

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Battle fought Year: 5-November-1556

Battlefield: Panipat

Winner: Akbar

Loser: Hem Chandra Vikramaditya

Battle of Bannihatti or Tallikota

Unified Army of the  five Deccan Sultanates from a south India defeated in the Vijayanagara Army and Vijayanagara General Ramaraju was a killed in the battlefield.

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Battle fought Year: 23 January 1565

Battlefield: Bannihatti

Winner: Ali adilshah and four others

Loser: Ali-ya Rama Raya

Battle of Haldighati

The historic battle fought on 18 June 1576 between cavalry and archers are supporting in the Rana of the Me-war, Maharana Pratap; and in the Mughal emperor Akbar’s in a forces, led by a Man Singh I of the Amber. This war is a considered as one of the most momentous events in the history of the Rajputs, which are lasted for a only 4 hours.

In a Brief:

Battle fought Year: 08 June, 1576

Battlefield: Haldighati

Winner: Akbar

Loser: Rana Pratap Singh

First Carnatic War

This war was a fought between in a British (with help of the  Indian king in using their Troops) and French in a armies. The battles were are centered round two in a fields Carnation and Hyderabad. French are occupied Madras, later returned it to the British.

In a Brief:

Battle fought Year from: 1745–1748

Battlefield: Carnation

Winner: French East India in a  Company

Loser: British East India in a Company

Second Carnatic War

French army under in the command of the Duplex fought with a British and British won. French loss in their expanding are opportunities and continued as a trading community in a India. In a 1755 they made to a provisional treaty.

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Battle fought Year from: 1749–1754

Battlefield: Carnation

Winner: British East India in a  Company

Loser: French East India in a  Company

Third Carnatic War

In a 1758 French are occupied Fort Saint David. But defeated at the Wanderings (1760). Britishers won.

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Battle fought Year from: 1756–1763

Battlefield: Carnation & some part of  the Hyderabad

Winner: British East India Company

Loser: French East India Company

Battle of Plassey

British Army under in the command of  the Robert Clive fought with a Bengal Nawab Shiraz-ud-daula and British won and Mir J afar was a made Nawab. Siraz-ud-daula,while he was a unarmed was a killed mercilessly by a Muhammad Beg, a person who was under his asylum.

In a Brief:

Battle fought Year: 23 June 1757

Battlefield: Plassey

Winner: British under a Clive

Loser: Siraj ud-Daulah

Third Battle of Panipat

The war was a fought between two empires – Durrani in a Empire Vs Maratha Empire. The battle is a considered one of the largest fought in the 18th century, and has a perhaps in the largest number of  the victims in a single day are reported between two armies.

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Battle fought Year: 14 January 1761

Battlefield: Panipat

Winner: Durrani Empire

Loser: Maratha Empire

Battle of Buxar

British army under in the command of the  Major Manri defeated in the combined army of the  Mir Kasim nawab of the Bengal, Shuja-ud-daulah nawab of Awadh, Sha Alam, Mughal in a emperor.

In a Brief:

Battle fought Year: 22 October 1764

Battlefield: Buxar

Winner: Sir Hector Munro commander of  the British forces

Loser: Nawab Mir Qasim, Shah Alam II and Shuja-ud-Daula.

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