Battle of Kalyan

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Battle of Kalyan
Part of Imperial Maratha Conquests
Date1682-1683
Location
Result Maratha Victory. [1]
Belligerents
Flag of the Maratha Empire.svg Maratha Empire Mughal Empire
Commanders and leaders
Flag of the Maratha Empire.svg Tukoji Bahadur Khan
Strength
Unknown Unknown
Casualties and losses
Unknown Unknown

The Battle of Kalyan occurred between the Mughal Empire and Maratha Empire between 1682 and 1683. Bahadur Khan of the Mughal Empire defeated the Maratha army and took over Kalyan. The Marathas attempted a counter offensive, but failed and they were repulsed by Mughal forces. [1]

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References

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