Treaty of Mandasor (1818)

It was concluded on January 6, 1818 by Malhar Rao Holkar II in the course of the third Anglo-Maratha war. Under its terms, Holkar agreed to:

  • Confirm a British commitment to the Pindari chief, Nawab Amir Khan and renounce all claims to territories guaranteed to him.
  • Cede in perpetuity to Raja Zalim Singh of Kotah the four paraganas rented by the Raja.
  • Cede to the British claims of tribute and revenues on the Rajas of Udaipur, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kotah, Bundhi and Karauli.
  • Renounce all claims to territories within or north of the Bundi hills.