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United Republic of Kathastan
Location of Kathastan (dark blue) in Coius (light blue)
|Recognised regional languages||Togoti|
|Ethnic groups |
| Kathi (59%)|
|Government||Federal dominant-party presidential republic|
• Deputy President
|Independence from Ajahadya|
• End of the Ajahadyan Civil War
|27 February 1936|
• Admission to the Community of Nations
|14 October 1940|
• Current Constitution
|15 September 1984|
|408,058 km2 (157,552 sq mi)|
• Water (%)
• 2020 estimate
• 2015 census
|194/km2 (502.5/sq mi)|
|GDP (PPP)||2020 estimate|
• Per capita
|GDP (nominal)||2020 estimate|
• Per capita
|Date format||dd-mm-yyyy (AD)|
Kathastan, officially the United Republic of Kathastan (Katha: TBA) is a landlocked country in central Coius. With an area of TBA square kilometers, it is the TBAth largest country in the world. It is the easternmost nation on the Satrian subcontinent and borders Zorasan to the north and east, x to the south, Dakata to the southeast, and Ajahadya to the west and north. With a population of just over 23 million in 2020, it is the TBAth most populous country in the world. Situated in the foothills of the Shalegho mountains, Kathastan is largely hilly and mountainous, with rolling hills and valleys in the north steadily transitioning into large mountains in the south. The country’s population density varies considerably, from over 1,000 people per square kilometer in central TBA to less than 5 in the mountainous south.
In the fourth millennium BCE, Kathastan was home to a number of small agrarian kingdoms, most notably TBA and TBA. Over the course of first century CE, the Sangma dynasty steadily took control of the region, conquering the Sinhari kingdoms one by one. Irfan was brought to the region by the Second Heavenly Dominion, which conquered the area in 137 and brought about the rapid Irfanization of the Sinhari peoples. Sinharia would remain under Irfanic rule for over 700 years, until the resurgent Sangma empire once again conquered Sinharia. Sangma control of Sinharia began to weaken in the 14th century, culminating in the Revolt of 1381, when the Thakur of Sinharia, TBA, declared the region an independent Irfanic sultanate and drove the Sangma out of Kathastan for good.
The Sultanate would collapse in 1593 after a war with the Togoti Khaganate, who would rule Kathastan until their collapse in 1662. Sinharia was subsequently incorporated as a province of the Rajadom of Ajahadya. As the ideology of pan-Satrianism grew in the early 20th century, a divide emerged in Kathastan between the Badist minority who favored a united Satria, and the Irfanic majority who favored an independent Sinharia. In the late 1920s, the Irfanic Liberation Army, an anti-colonialist and pro-Sinhari independence paramilitary group inspired by the Green Pardals, began an insurgency against the Raj. The situation worsened with the outbreak of the Ajahadyan Civil War in 1935, with Thakur TBA of Kathastan declaring the province an independent state. The ILA and the Thakur formed a short lived united pro-independence movement, and were able to push both the Raj’s forces and the pan-Satrian republican forces out of Sinharia by late 1935.
Following independence, stuff about modern history goes here
Since the 1980s, the Sinhari economy has become one of the fastest growing in the world, with the country’s GDP nearly doubling from 1980 to 2000. In addition, living standards in the country have increased considerably, with Sinharia’s life expectancy and literacy rate growing substantially since the 1980s. However, the country remains plagued by corruption, high levels of income inequality, and repression of political opposition by the ruling Sinhari Future Alliance, which has ruled Sinharia continuously since 1984. Sinharia is a member of the Community of Nations, International Forum for Developing States, and the Irfanic Cooperative Conference.
- 1 Etymology
- 2 History
- 3 Geography
- 4 Demographics
- 5 Government
- 6 Military
- 7 Economy
- 8 Infrastructure
- 9 Culture and society
Dunno man. Language is hard
-Inhabited since 45,000 BCE
Boreo-Coian culture: 3300-1700 BCE
Sinhari kingdoms: 1700 BCE-68 CE, small agrarian kingdoms, frequently at war with one another and with the Togotis
Sangma and Irfanic rule (68-1381)
-After conquering Togotstan, Sangma decides to take over Kathastan as well.
-Initially, Kathastan is easily conquered, but Sangma control outside cities is shaky at best.
-Badi introduced to Kathastan around 100, Sangma initially attempt to suppress it until they become Badists themselves -Second Heavenly Domain takes over Kathastan during First Interregnum
-Irfan first spreads to area
-Resurgent Sangma dynasty manages to retake Kathastan in 754
-The now Irfanicized Katha are more resistant to Sangma rule, Sangma have to put down lots of rebellions
-The decline of the Sangma dynasty in the 13th century brought an end to their stranglehold on Kathastan, with rebellions becoming far more numerous.
-Togotis in Kathastan rebel against Sangma in 1305-1306, revolt suppressed, but it exposes the weak control the Sangma have over --Kathastan.
-Majority-Togoti areas become part of Togoti Kahnate after Great Togoti Revolt in 1337.
-Katha fight for independence from Sangma 1362-1409, Sangma unable to put down rebellion due to having Other Things to Worry About.
Medieval Sinharia (1381-1665)
Irfanic Sultanate proclaimed in Kathastan
Sultan TBA ascends to the throne in 1593, begins harsh crackdown on Badists in Kathastan, especially Togotis, gets cocky and decides to invade Togoti Khaganate.
Terrible idea, Togoti Khaganate quickly takes over.
Irfan supressed under Badist Togoti rule
More tribal revolts
Scene of some of the harshest fighting in the Togoti civil war of 1662-1665, with Kathastan a free-for-all between Ajahad and Khardur’s factions, plus various alliances of local leaders.
Ends with Kathastan becoming a part of the Rajadom of Ajahadya
Ajahadyan rule (1665-1936)
-Tulyatist Rajadom continues to suppress Irfan, more revolts
-Colonial mucking about in 17th-19th centuries -Growth of pan-Satrianism splits population, Badists want united Satria, Irfanics want an independent Kathastan.
-ILA begins anti-Ajahadyan insurgency in late 1920s, everything goes to hell in a handbasket
Modern Sinharia (1936-present)