He was the most feared Indian of his time. But to his subjects he was a strong and just king and to his family, a loving son and father. From his daring military exploits to his practice of recording his dreams, this book brings the controversial Tipu Sultan vividly to life.
About the author: Historian Kate Brittlebank is a leading authority on Tipu Sultan. She is the author of Tipu Sultan's Search for Legitimacy, Islam and Kingship in a Hindu Domain, and several scholarly articles on the Mysore ruler. She has held teaching and research positions in a number of Australian Universities.
Author: Kate Brittlebank
Publisher: Claritas Books