THE ACTIVISTS of Tipu Sultan Memorial Committee observed the 206th death anniversary of sons of Tipu Sultan and great warriors, Yasin and Suleman at Lallapura in Varanasi on Wednesday. The demand was that 'any two' of Tipu's three eldest sons to be surrendered as hostages. 3. Shezada Hyder Ali was the grandson of Hyder Ali and the eldest son of Tipu Sultan. Tipu's four eldest sons with their family were transferred to Vellore by 18th June. Seven of Tipu’s 12 sons had no surviving male heir. This separation was imposed upon Tipu to force his adherence to the terms of a punitive peace treaty. Altogether nearly 2,897 people came to Calcutta from Mysore. In his correspondence there is a reference to the two sons of Tipu Sultan who were taken as hostages soon after the Third Mysore War (1790-1792) to compel the ruler of Mysore to fulfil the obligations arising out of the Treaty of Seringapatnam (1792)". He was one of the brilliant and brave Muslim scholar in his time. Of the sons exiled to Vellore, two in particular stand out – the second in line, Shahzada Abdul Khaliq Sultan Sahib and the fourth in line, Tipu’s intended heir, Shahzada Muiz ud-din Mohammed Sultan … With Tipu Sultan's death, Mysore became another princely state under the jurisdiction of the British Raj. Both the leftovers of Tipu Sultan were displayed in the British Museum till 2004 after which Vijay Mallya bought the sword of Tipu Sultan in an auction. Thus ended the dynasty of the Mysore tiger, the Sultanat Khudadad. Wellesley, therefore, announced his determination of setting aside the heir of Tipu Sultan, in favour of the descendant of the Wodeyars of Mysore. Yes, we are talking about the man who is daring and named as Tipu Sultan and in this topic we shall discuss about History Of Tipu Sultan – Biography, Family and Lifestyle. Tipu Sultan, also known as the “Tiger of Mysore "was a great ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore. History Of Tipu Sultan According to historical evidences in 18th on the land of Hindustan only 2 personalities were there that has the capability and power to stop the British. Jan 28, 2017 - The Surrender of the Two Sons of Tipu Sahib, Sultan of Mysore, to Sir David Baird Of the five sons who did, record is found of only two: the princes Muniruddin and Ghulam Muhammad. After the fall of Srirangapattana and death of Tipu Sultan on 4 May 1799, Shezada Hyder Ali and other family members were sent to the Vellore fort on 19 June 1799 and kept under custody of the East India Company.Shezada Hyder Ali managed to escape; he joined the Marathas in 1801. After the death of Tipu Sultan, the British forces took away the sword and ring of Tipu Sultan as war trophies. The irony is that the ring he owned reads "Ram" and Sultan hated Hindu religion. Thomas Hickey, who painted the portraits of Tipu Sultan's 7 eldest sons, describes Fateh Hyder, Abdul Khaliq and Muiz-ud-din as the three eldest sons. The Company shifted all 12 sons of Tipu Sultan and close relatives numbering about 300 from Serinagapatam to Calcutta. His sons were sent into exile, and a different family became puppet rulers of Mysore under the British. Tipu Sultan of Mysore stands outside his fortress of Seringapatum and sends away his two young sons to become British hostages. In fact, Tipu Sultan's family was reduced to poverty as a deliberate policy and was only restored to princely status in 2009. But, another Prince, Muhi-ud-din, was the third son of the Sultan. Tipu was the eldest son of Sultan Hyder Ali of Mysore and his wife name was Fatima Fakhr- un-Nisa born on 20th November 1750 A.D at Devanhalli.