And so Alexander gave in, and there was much rejoicing. He split the soldiers up into 12 groups, one for each god/dess to venerate for their achievements.
Livius- Mutiny at the Hyphasis
In the Mallian campaign (326 BC), Alexander was informed that the Mallians were savage, warllike people. He decided that the way to deal with such beings were to murder them all. So began the campaign, spanning a week, he killed everyone, showing no mercy whatsoever. Arrian (VI.4)
March across the Gedrosian Desert.(325 BC)
Hmm, the Gedrosian desert is an illogical route to take due to the hot weather and sandy path. I'm going to do it anyway to prove i'm the best.
Livius- Alexander in the Gedrosian desert.
In the end, he was left with a few survivors. The rest perished in the ocean of sand. Many days after, they found a beach, which they followed to Opis.
Mutiny at Opis (324 BC)-Alexander's army was unhappy about how he was taking on Persian customs, and were insulted when he insinuated that Persians were going to be fighting with them. They yelled at him to discharge them all. Alexander arrested the troublemakers, and made a speech about how they had conquered nations together, as brothers in arms.He then sulked for 2 days in his tent.
The soldiers caved this time, and wept outside his tent for a day and night. Alexander took pity on them, and forgave them, calling them all his kinsmen. He then organised a banquet, where they all feasted and praised their gods.