Siege of Darwar
The Siege of Darwar was a twenty-nine-week siege of the fort at Darwar in 1790 and 1791, then near the frontier between the Kingdom of Mysore and the Mahratta Empire. The Mahrattas, assisted by forces of the British East India Company, began the siege on 18 September 1790; the Mysorean garrison surrendered on 3 April 1791.
- Moor, Edward (1794). A narrative of the operations of captain Little's detachment, and of the Mahratta army (a detailed British account of the siege)
- Mill, James. A history of British India, Volume 5
- Duff, James Grant. A history of the Mahrattas, Volume 2
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