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Marathas set up defence at Panipat but they were surrounded by enemy from all sides and their supply lines were cut.

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After two months of constant fights Maratha army was exhausted and desperate without any support from their friends in North and reinforcements from South, they went to War on 14th January Marathas made some strategic and tactical errors before the actual battle began.

Sikhs who could have been very strong ally were ignored in the beginning.

Marathas were almost miles away from their homeland and though they had very strong cavalry and artillery, they were saddled by many civilians who had come with army for pilgrimage in North. This proved fatal as it slowed the pace of the army and added more mouths to feed.

Marathas formed a spherical formation with their heavy artillery in front supported by cavalry. But some of the old generals used to traditional Maratha Guerrilla Warfare were opposed to this.

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When the actual battle started, Marathas fought ferociously and were in command by noon. Victory beckoned them but at this critical juncture Maratha cavalry left its position in its jubilation to chase the enemy leaving the flanks open.

The cavalry was now between the artillery and the enemy leaving the Maratha artillery ineffective. Abdali seizing this opportunity used his reserve force and cannons mounted on Camels effectively to break Maratha ranks.

During battle Vishwas Rao, son of Peshwa Nanasaheb was killed. Seeing the tide turning some senior Maratha generals including Malhar Rao Holkar left the battlefield. Sadashiv Rao Bhau fought with valour till end but could not save Marathas from defeat.

After Bhau fell Marathas were completely routed.

It is said that almost every household in Maharashtra lost someone on the battlefield of Panipat. What if Marathas had won the battle? We can only surmise but will never know the answer to this question.

I have always felt that the importance of this battle has not been completely understood by many in India. Abdali won, but he suffered heavy casualties and fearing fresh Maratha attack from South soon went back to Afghanistan never to return.

Marathas set up defence at Panipat but they were surrounded by enemy from all sides and their supply lines were cut. After two months of constant fights Maratha army was exhausted and desperate without any support from their friends in North and reinforcements from South, they went to War on 14th January Marathas made some strategic and tactical errors before the actual battle began. Sikhs who could have been very strong ally were ignored in the beginning. Marathas were almost miles away from their homeland and though they had very strong cavalry and artillery, they were saddled by many civilians who had come with army for pilgrimage in North.

This proved fatal as it slowed the pace of the army and added more mouths to feed.

Marathas formed a spherical formation with their heavy artillery in front supported by cavalry. But some of the old generals used to traditional Maratha Guerrilla Warfare were opposed to this. When the actual battle started, Marathas fought ferociously and were in command by noon. Victory beckoned them but at this critical juncture Maratha cavalry left its position in its jubilation to chase the enemy leaving the flanks open.

The cavalry was now between the artillery and the enemy leaving the Maratha artillery ineffective. Abdali seizing this opportunity used his reserve force and cannons mounted on Camels effectively to break Maratha ranks. During battle Vishwas Rao, son of Peshwa Nanasaheb was killed.

Seeing the tide turning some senior Maratha generals including Malhar Rao Holkar left the battlefield. Sadashiv Rao Bhau fought with valour till end but could not save Marathas from defeat. After Bhau fell Marathas were completely routed. It is said that almost every household in Maharashtra lost someone on the battlefield of Panipat.

What if Marathas had won the battle? We can only surmise but will never know the answer to this question.

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I have always felt that the importance of this battle has not been completely understood by many in India. Abdali won, but he suffered heavy casualties and fearing fresh Maratha attack from South soon went back to Afghanistan never to return.Yes No.

Panipat: Marathi.. During battle Vishwas Rao, son of Peshwa Nanasaheb was killed.

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