*"The battle of Panipat between the armies of Babur and Ibrahim Lodi (1526). An illustration to the Vaqi 'at-i Baburi, by Deo Gujarati, c.1590"* (BL)

*"Battle of Panipat between Babur and Sultan Ibrahim Lodi. A miniature painting from a seventeenth century manuscript of Akbarnama, by Mukund. India, 1603-1604"* (BL)

Babur commemorated his victory by at once building the Kabuli Bagh mosque (1526)

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The entrance gate to the mosque

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*The Archaeological Survey of India information tablet about the Kabuli Bagh mosque*

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Ibrahim Lodhi's tomb, also in Panipat, is a simple platform marking the place where he fell

Source: http://www.haryana-online.com/tomb_of_ibrahim_lodhi.htm
(downloaded Feb. 2006)

"Ibrahim Lodhi's tomb is situated near a Tehsil Office at  Panipat.... His grave is a simple rectangular block on a high platform approached by a flight of steps made of lakhori bricks. The tomb was renovated by the British, and an inscription mentioning Ibrahim Lodhi's defeat at the hands of Babur and the renovation was included by them in 1866."

The third important Panipat battle: *'The battle of Panipat 13 January 1761' a drawing in the Faizabad style, 1770* (BL)

A pastoral view: *'Panniput 1792. 54 miles north of Delhi in Bengal.' Landscape with city in the background; a drawing by James Tillyer Blunt* (BL)

*"The Shrine of Shah Sharaf Bu 'Ali Qalandri at Panipat and the adjacent tomb of the Mughal nobleman Nawab Muqarrab Khan; by Ghulam Ali Khan, 1822"* (BL)

*"The camp of exercise at Delhi -- successful charge of the cavalry of the Northern Force on the guns near Paniput," from the Illustrated London News, c.1886*

Source: ebay, Mar. 2011

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