Treaty of Deogaon, Anglo Maratha wars, Indian war History

Treaty of Deogaon (1803)


In 1803 Raghuji Bhosle and the Company concluded the treaty of Deogaon in the course of the Second Anglo-Maratha War. Under the treaty Bhonsle agreed to

  • Cede the province of Cuttack including Balasore which gave the Company control over a continuous stretch of the eastern seaboard and linked the presidencies of Bengal and Madras.
  • Expel all foreigners from his service.