Tipu Sultan, the Tiger of Mysore, or Tipu Sahib as the British called him, was the Indian ruler who resisted the East India Company's conquest of southern India. Public opinion in England considered him a vicious tyrant, while modern Indian nationalists have hailed him as a freedom fighter, but both views are the products of wishful thinking.

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