|Battle of Samana|
|Part of Mughal-Sikh Wars|
|Banda Bahadur and Khalsa||Mughal Empire|
|Commanders and leaders|
|5,000 to 10,000.||unknown (superior numbers)|
|Casualties and losses|
|Thousands of Mughal soldiers and civilians were slain by Sikh forces.|
Following the Sikh occupation of Samana in 1709, the Sikh army participated in a massacre of the city's residents. 10,000 unarmed Muslim men and women were slain.
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