Treaty of Titalia
|Signed||10 February 1817|
|Condition||returned Sikkimese land annexed by the Nepal.|
|Signatories||Captain Barre Latter for EIC and Nazir Chaina Tenjin, Macha Teinbah and Lama Duchim Longadoo for Sikkim.|
The Treaty of Titalia was signed between the
Signed by Captain Barre Latter as agent for the EIC and three Sikkimese officials, Nazir Chaina Tenjin, Macha Teinbah and
In exchange, the Sikkimese Chogyal agreed to abstain from aggression towards the Gorkhas and to allow the British to mediate any dispute with its neighbours. Further articles pledged military support to the British, that absconders from British justice, whether criminal or civil, would be arrested in Sikkim and finally that all EIC company goods shipped through Sikkim would thereafter be free from duty.