The siege of Seringapatam in 1792, was a battle, and the siege of Mysore, the capital of Seringapatam (Srirangapatna), at the end of the Third Anglo-Mysore War. An army led by Charles, Earl Cornwallis, the British east india company and British Army forces, as well as the allied forces of the maratha style of the Kingdom, and the Nizam of Hyderabad, visited Seringapatam on 5 February 1792, and in less than three weeks after the battle, and the siege, and took the Tipu Sultan’s defeat. With his agreement to the Treaty of Seringapatam on 18 March 1792, the war was over.
The prospect of Tipu Sultan, who is a Muslim, Mysore’s ruler of the empire greatly reduced in number, in 1791, the campaign of the Third Anglo-Mysore War. Despite the fact that he had managed to reverse some of the gains that have been made by the British east india company forces led by General William Meadows, in 1790, he’s been losing ground on all fronts, in 1791, and is the only policy that cut, and burn so as to deprive his opponent out of position, and the feed, which prevents the company forces under Charles Cornwallis, of all of his capital, Seringapatam.Cornwallis, with his army is in desperate need of provisions, came to Bangalore in May, 1791, in order to increase the world’s supply, to keep out the monsoon rains. It is the type that is used in a British retreat to regain Coimbatore, but the losses to the mounts when the British forces captured the Nundidrug and Savendrug at the end of 1791, and the united kingdom’s allies in the conflict, and the Nizam of Hyderabad, and the City, to provide for the territorial occupation, at his own expense.