Third Battle of Panipat

Third Battle of Panipat

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Book Specification

Item Code: AZE717
Author: Abhas Verma
Language: ENGLISH
Edition: 2013
ISBN: 9788180903328
Pages: 330
Other Details 9.00x6.00
Weight 530 gm

Book Description

About the Book
The book 'Third Battle of Panipat is an authentic account of the battle fought between the Marathas and the allied armies of principle Muslim chiefs of India and Afghan Invader Ahmad Shah Abdali. The book describes the various events that led to the clash of arms between the two races that hardly had any contact 3-4 years before thebattle.

The book gives the detailed description of the armed strength of the two armies, the diplomatic moves made by the two parties, the political scenario and the various causes that led to the defeat. Various reasons have been proposed by various historians from time to time as to what led to the loss at Panipat and what actually the Marathas lost in Panipat. All these points have been studied upon and presented in a lucid manner in this book.

The book also describes the actual battle fought on 14th January, 1761 as seen by various eye witnesses: one being Kashiraj. The description of eyewitnesses of both sides have been taken into account to make an unbiased report.

About the Author
Abhas Verma, the author of the book is a Software engineer by profession having a keen interest in history.The author belong to Patna Bihar and has a degree of Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Communication from BIT Misra (Ranchi) . The author has spent 4 years in doing a considerable amount of research on this topic .Since the author comes from a non-Marathi background, in all such language related problems he was helped by his 'Bhabhi' AartiAshutosh Srivastava (earlier Gaikwad).

The author from his very childhood had a special interest in the 'Third battle of panipat' and this curiosity led him to an amateur research on this topic. The author has tried his level best to remain unbiased and put forward all the details which have gone unnoticed by so many authors and historians.

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