Two pearls have been dissolved, 27 gold coins have been lost and of the silver and copper the total cannot be cast up.

This cryptic comment is what told Nanasaheb Peshwa of what happened to his army and his family. Everyone knows who the pearls are, but the gold coins are a problem. Below are the potential names. Any corrections are welcome.

  Position Status Classification(Message to Peshwa)
Sadashiv Rao Bhau Brother of Peshwa, Diwan of Pune Killed at Panipat Pearl
Vishwas Rao Commander-in-Chief, Son of Peshwa Killed at Panipat Pearl
Shamsher Bahadur Brother of Peshwa Died of Wounds Gold Coin
Balwant Rao Mehendale Brother-in-law of Bhau Killed at Chajpur on 7 Dec 1760 Gold Coin
Jankoji Scindhia Head of the Scindhias Executed Gold Coin
Mahadji Scindhia Uncle of Jankoji Wounded(presumed dead) Possible Gold Coin
Tukoji Scindhia Uncle of Jankoji Killed at Panipat Gold Coin
Yashwant Rao Powar King of Dhar Killed at Panipat Gold Coin
Antaji Mankeshwar Field Commander and Governor Killed during retreat at Farukhnagar Gold Coin
Govind Pant Bundele Field Commander and Governor of Etawah Killed under false colours at Meerut on 17 Dec 1760 Gold Coin
Ibrahim Khan Gardi Head of Artillery Executed Gold Coin
Khanderao Nimbalkar Head of Bhalwani Nimbalkars Killed at Panipat Gold Coin
Manaji Paygude   Killed at Panipat Gold Coin
Ramaji Anant Dabholkar Sindhia’s Secretary Killed in Retreat Gold Coin
A brother of Hari Ballal Phadke   Killed at Panipat Gold Coin
Santaji Wagh Field Commander of Holkar Killed at Panipat Gold Coin
Satvoji Jadhav Field Commander and Governor Killed at Panipat Gold Coin
Sidoji Gharge-Desai-Deshmukh Deshmukh of Nimsod Killed at Panipat Gold Coin
Sonaji Bhapkar   Killed at Panipat Gold Coin
Ranoji Bhoite Head of Bhoite Saranjam Killed before the battle Gold Coin
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