Title: Second battle of Panipat
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Akbar was then campaigning in Punjab with his guardian Bairam Khan. On February 14, 1556, in a garden at Kalanaur in Punjab, Akbar was enthroned as king. Hemu or Hemchander was a military chief of the Afghan King Muhammad Adil Shah who had established himself at Chunar and was seeking to expel the Mughals from India...
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Taking advantage of Humayun's death, Hemu marched to Agra.The commander of Mugal forces in Agra ran away leaving Agra for Hemu without a fight.Then Hemu moved towards Delhi and stationed his forces outside Delhi at Tuglakabad. On October 6, 1156 there was a fight between Mugal forces and large army of Hemu in which Hemu won and Tardi Baig the commander of Akbar's forces ran away from Delhi...
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