During the Second Battle of Panipat, Hemu, a Hindu minister of an Afghan Prince named Adil Shah, attacked Delhi. At the time Akbar ruled Delhi and wasn’t prepared. The Mughals lost, but they came back with a huge attack. This was the Second Battle of Panipat. The two armies fought until an arrow hit Hemus eye and he fainted. Hemus men retreated thinking that Hemu had died. Akbar crowned himself king again. This battle was important because it affected India. If the Mughals had not won this battle the Mughal empire would never have been developed. The Mughal empire affected India in numerous ways and so if it had not existed for long enough to make an impact, India would not be the way it is today. Some of the ways that the Muhgal empire impacted India included through architecture, art, music, and dance. Overall the Muhgal empire affected the culture of India.