Importance of the battle can be gauged from the fact that even a Victoria Cross was awarded in this battle to Lt. Francis David Millet Brown (1st European Fusiliers) for his act of bravery of saving a wounded soldier under a very heavy fire. If only there had been a similar system of rewarding the bravery of native people, no doubt the list would have been longer. In the field reports of Company officers, they had mentioned that on several occasions they had to fight with all their might to gain even a small advantage on the battlefield. They admired the raw courage of the opposing army on several occasions.
What we do know is that they were fighting side by side and were not worried about their religion, their castes and other things.
In the city of Narnaul (3-4 Km from the battlefield of Nasibpur), there is a 17th century complex, locally known as ‘Old Court’ and which was originally a sarai (kind of rest house of those days). This complex was initially used by the native army as their Headquarter but after the battle it was captured by the company soldiers. Although the complex is almost gone now (demolished under the pretext of modernisation) but its huge entry gate still survives. (Read more about this monument at following page of the blog http://haryanaheritage.blogspot.in/2012/10/remains-of-17th-century-serai-narnaul.html )