Capture of Hooly Honore

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Capture of Hooly Honore
Part of the Third Anglo-Mysore War
Date 19 – 21 December 1791
Location present-day Koodli, Karnataka, India
Result Maratha-British victory
Belligerents
Maratha Empire
British East India Company
Kingdom of Mysore
Commanders and leaders
Parshuram Bhau
John Little

The Capture of Hooly Honore, a town and fortress held by forces of the Kingdom of Mysore, occurred on 21 December 1791 after two days of siege by combined forces of the British East India Company and the Maratha Empire. The battle was part of a campaign during the Third Anglo-Mysore War by Maratha leader Purseram Bhow to recover Maratha territories taken by Hyder Ali in an earlier conflict between Mysore and the Marathas.

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