Only two years after Vasco da Gama achieved India via ocean, the Portuguese understood that the possibility of creating exchange.
• When King Manuel I of Portugal got news of the triumph of portuguese, he chose to select Dom Francisco de Almeida as the main emissary of India.
• Portuguese mediation was genuinely upsetting Muslim exchange the Indian Ocean, undermining Venetian interests also, as the Portuguese ended up ready to undersell the Venetians in the zest exchange Europe.
• Unable to contradict the Portuguese, the Muslim people group of dealers in India and also the sovereign of Calicut, the Zamorin, sent emissaries to Egypt arguing for help against the Portuguese. Venice broke discretionary relations with Portugal and began searching for approaches to counter its mediation in the Indian Sea, sending a represetative to the Mamluk court in Egypt.
• Mamluk fighters had little skill in maritime fighting, so the Mamluk Sultan, Al-Ashraf Qansuh al-Ghawri asked Venetian help.
• The armada left Suez in November 1505, 1,100 men strong.They were requested to strengthen Jeddah against a conceivable Portuguese attack.Hence just in September 1507 did they achieve Diu
Battle OF CHAUL(1508)
• Previously, the Portuguese had been primarily dynamic in Calicut, however the northern district of Gujarat was much more essential for exchange.
• The Gujaratis were bringing flavors from the Moluccas and silk from China, and afterward pitching them to the Egyptians and Arabs.
• The sovereign of Calicut, the Zamorin, had additionally sent an
minister requesting help against the Portuguese.
• The Portuguese, under Lourenço de Almeida, child of the Emissary Francisco de Almeida took the direction.
• The Mamluks cruised into Chaul and battled for two days uncertainly with the Portuguese.
• The Portuguese needed to withdraw and Almeida’s ship was sunk at the passageway of Chaul harbor with Almeida on board.
• The Portuguese later returned and assaulted the armada in the harbor of Diu, prompting a conclusive triumph in the Battle of Diu (1509).
• Before they could withdraw however, on 6 December 1508 Afonso de Albuquerque touched base in Cannanore.On 9 December, the Portuguese armada withdrew for Diu.
• From Cochin, the Portuguese originally gone by Calicut, planning to capture the Zamorin’s armada, however it had effectively left for Diu. In Honavar, the Portuguese met with Timoja himself, who educated the emissary of adversary developments.
• From Angediva, the Portuguese set sail to Dabul, a vital invigorated port city having a place with the Sultanate of Bijapur, From Dabul, the Portuguese called at Chaul.
• As the breeze turned by around 11:00 am, the imperial pennant was raised on the Flor do Mar and a solitary shot discharged, flagging the beginning of the fight.
• Hussain had reinforced his powers with an extraordinary number of Gujarati fighters, dispersed over the boats, and the intensely shielded Portuguese infantry all of a sudden gambled being overpowered.
• Up on the crow’s homes, Ethiopian and Turkish bowmen demonstrated their value against Portuguese matchlock teams.
• Throughout the course of the fight, the Flor do Mar let go more than 600 shots.Eventually, just a solitary ship remained.Iit took a ceaseless assault from the entire armada to at long last sink it by nightfall, along these lines denoting the finish of the Battle of Diu. Fallout • The fight finished in triumph for the Portuguese, with the Gujarat-Mamluk-Calicut alliance everything except vanquished. The Mamluks battled dauntlessly to the plain end, however were at a misfortune. • The Viceroy separated from the vendors of Diu an installment of 300,000 gold xerafins, 100,000 of which were disseminated among the troops and 10,000 gave to the doctor’s facility of Cochin. • The treatment of the Mamluk prisoners by the Portuguese in any case, was severe. The Viceroy requested the greater part of them to be hanged, consumed alive or destroyed, attached to the mouths of gun. • After giving over the Viceroy’s post to Afonso de Albuquerque and leaving for Portugal in nov.1509.