The Treaty of Agra was an agreement between the Abbasid Caliphate and the Delhi Raj to end the war in Bengal. The Delhi Raj, in its goal to re-establish the glory of the Mauryan Empire, expanded into the Bengal Sultanate, which was allied with the Abbasids. The Abbasids sent support for Bengal, causing the war to reach a stalemate and forcing an agreement. The treaty was ratified in the city of Agra in the Raj on July 14, 1563 [O.S.].
Terms of the Treaty
- Ahom region is annexed to the Delhi Raj
- The Bihar-Koch Emirate becomes a vassal of the Delhi Raj with a Muslim local administration
- Pegu and Ava remain controlled by Bengal
- The Delhi Raj and Bengal have a 20-year NAP
Delhi proposal (according to this map)
- The Ahom region is annexed.
- The Kingdom of Koch Bihar (consisting of Koch and Chuttiya) is created. It will be a Hindu Kingdom because the Ahoms were Hindus and there are not a lot of Muslims there.
- Pegu becomes a vassal of the Delhi Raj as the Taungoo dynasty.
- Bengal home territory, Arakan and Ava remain under Bengal.
- The Delhi Raj and Bengal have a 20 year Non-Aggression pact.
- Pegu will become a vassal of the Delhi Raj
- No restrictions or prejudice against Muslims already in Pegu
- Chuttiya is kept by Bengal
- Delhi won't be involved in wars in South Asia for the duration of the NAP
Maharaja of Delhi- Maharaja Hemchandra Vikramaditya (Dev271)