|The 1798 Bureman Incident|
|Part of The Mahanan-Mekabirian War|
A depiction of the Durkha holding onto Bodmon Hill, in the village of Bureman during the incident.
|Date||24th November 1798|
|Deaths||No precise figures exist, estimates vary from hundreds to several thousands, both military and civilians|
|Victims||Citizens of Bureman|
|Perpetrators|| Durkhas (Multiple Regiments) |
Mahanan Royal Army
The 1798 Bureman Incident, otherwise known as the Bureman Incident or the November 24th Incident, (Mahanan: Barmana skvāyara ghaṭanā, बर्मन स्क्वायर घटना) was a military campaign in the village of Bureman, present day Mekabiri, which lead to the beginning of the Mahanan-Mekabirian War. Mahanan troops and Durkha armed with rifles and similar weaponry entered the small village after reports of a mass revolt. It ended in soldiers unleashing on the people of the village, with an estimated 300-2,000 fatalities. A majority of the fatalities came from Mekabirians living in the village, with the government of Mekabiri making claims that the soldiers involved targeted their people.