Bhalman

Flag
Flag
Motto: Freedom is Slavery
Map of Bhalman
Map of Bhalman
CapitalPort Nain (west)
Pator (East)
Official languagesBhali
Recognised national languagesAnglish
Demonym(s)Bhalmanese
GovernmentAbsolute Dictatorship (West)
Benvolent Dictatorship (East)
• Emperor
Khan II (West, after overthrewing the Prime Minister)
• 
Abuz de'Kanaju (East)
LegislatureCouncil of Chiefs
Population
• Estimate
15,425,000
CurrencyBhali (Avg. 5 Bhalis to 1 Dollar)

Etymology

Geography

  • Capital City -> Port Nain, South Coast[1]
  • Other Major Cities: Oami Kani (North Coast) and Kanhma (East Country)
  • Points of Intrest -> The Golden Beaches along the South Coast and
  • National Animal: Kanain Tiger

Landscape

Climate

History

2005
Imperialist Crisis in Bhalman - Siege of Port Nain[2]
2006
The End of the Civil War[3]

Politics

Government

Political parties

Foreign relations

Military

Economy

Exports:

  • Oil: Tons, Its coming out of our ears, you need, we have it wink.
  • Ore: We also have tons of this, even more than we need.

Imports:

  • FOOD! With almost no fertile land, food is the major import we need.

Energy

Transport

Media

Bhalman National News[4]

Demographics

Ethnic groups

Language

Religion

Health

Education

Culture

Literature

Visual arts

Music

Cuisine

The Grand Kalidor is the primer, upscale resturant on the capital, which cater to the state's wealther patrons, vistors and citizenry. Established at the time of the hotel of the same name was opened several decades ago. The Grand Kalidor serves traditional Bhalmanese dishes as well as more modern creations. The Chef is legendary Milkawa Toila, who was once the private chef for the former President.[5]

Sport

References

  1. The Nomadic Peoples of Bhalman (5 September 2005)
  2. Imperialist Crisis in Bhalman - Siege of Port Nain (22 October 2005)
  3. The End of the Civil War (12 September 2006)
  4. Bhalman National News (5 September 2005)
  5. The Grand Kalidor (14 November 2005)