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KrishnaCN
KrishnaCN

KingKorgoth
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Faction symbols in short (not flags)

I've already shared some of them

Vijayanagara empire

The Varaha(boar) with dagger and sun

Gajapati Kingdom

The elephant

Mysore Kingdom

Gandaberunda - two headed mythological Hindu eagle

Mughal empire

The rising Sun lion

Mewar kingdom

The mustached Sun God with rays

Delhi,Bengal Gujarat Sultanates

Crescent moon symbolism with respective colors

Marwar kingdom

Trishul wielding falcon with panchranga(rainbow) background

Arghunid Sultanate

No available sources on symbols atleast as far as my research revealed
A good guess would be the Ilkhanate flag with red square on yellow background.

As for the Deccan Sultanates I'll see what I can dig on them

Considering the lack of sources and with the available info, Golconda can have the bright turquoise background with some black crescent moon and maybe the ahmednagar can have dark green background with white crescent moon

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KrishnaCN
KrishnaCN

KingKorgoth
huzurat
Mewar Kingdom potential flag types that can be used

1)Normal triangular flag in red
With sun god and the throne of Mewar horizontally placed like in this.

I.indianrajputs.com

2)Right angled triangular flag in red
With the same as above and can be a variant or alternative for the above flag

3)Double triangle right angled triangle in white
With Hanuman and crescent moon on a white flag

4)Right angled triangular flag in red with only the throne of Mewar

5)Rectangular red colored flag
With talvar(sword) and Sun and crescent moon

3),4) and 5) can be seen in this image
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Additionally standards held by captains can have a square banner with the sun god symbol of Mewar

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KrishnaCN
KrishnaCN

Vijayanagara empire

Can have the Varaha(boar) with dagger sun and moon as shown here

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Multiple other variants can be used with slightly differently shaped flags featuring the boar

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KrishnaCN
KrishnaCN

Mughal empire

1)Right angled triangular flag
With rising sun lion and shining stars
Red interior with green borders

2)Right angled triangular flag
With rising sun lion and shining stars
Green interior with golden borders

3)Right angled triangular flag
With simply the sun and golden dot pattern
Green interior with golden borders

1),2) and 3) can be seen in the padshahnama of Shah Jahan here

En.m.wikipedia.org(May_1631).jpg

You can also see the Mongol tail standard in the image

4)Right angled triangular flag
With just the sun and golden dot pattern(borderless)as shown here

En.m.wikipedia.org–20_Metripolitan_Museum_of_Art..jpg

The above was done by painter Bhavanidas

These flags can also be seen in these images
En.m.wikipedia.org
En.m.wikipedia.org's_ceremonial_procession_on_the_occasion_of_the_Id..jpg

Some other possible variants can be seen in in this image below
En.m.wikipedia.org

Flags 214 and 215 can be seen in the above image
214 shows a crescent moon with sun

5)Right angled triangular flag
With just the rising sun lion and dot pattern(borderless)

All the above types can also have a normal triangular and Rectangular variants.

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KrishnaCN
KrishnaCN

Mysore Kingdom

Ruled by the wodeyars who claim to be Yaduvamshis...descendants of Yadu(son of Yayati) and Krishna

Their royal insignia featured the two headed mythological eagle "Gandaberunda" very much similar to the eagle of the Holy Roman empire and its successor states/empires(like Austian empire and Kingdom of Prussia)

Apart from this other flags with a chakra of vishnu also can be used...since the chakra symbolises Krishna's most potent weapon the sudarshan chakra

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