| Republic of Inyesula (English)|
ഗലബാഹേതോ (Inyesulan Creole)
Flag and coat of arms
Vande Mataram (Mayalayam)
Map of Inyesula
|Official languages||Iglesian, Inyesulan Creole, English|
|Ethnic groups||Inyesulan 64.2%, Iglesians, 35.4%, Other, 0.4%|
— Prime Minister
| Presidential republic and democracy organised as a unitary, devolved state|
| 91,018,496 square kilometers|
86,193,381 square kilometers
4,825,115 square kilometers
— 2010 census
| GDP (PPP, 2012)
| GDP (Nominal, 2012)
|HDI rating (2012)||0.547 (medium)|
|Gini coefficient (2012)||36.8 (low)|
|Currency||1 tochun (TCH) = 100 vozhun|
|Time zone||GMT (UTC+08:30)|
|Time format||12-hour clock (12:01-11:59)|
|Drives on the||left|
The Republic of Inyesula is a sovereign state, situated on the Malayalam Peninsula. From 1374, until 1878, it was known as the Kingdom of Soraboijyan (Inyesulan Creole: രീോലൂോഗ ദേീവോദബോല, Rajatani Soraboyan), when after centuries of increasing Iglesian influence, the last Maharaja, Sengyul Chamkri abdicated and it became part of Karenytenia, to which Inyesula borders to the north. In 1895, it was given to Karenytenia, but in 1903, a revolution caused Inyesula to restore its monarchy. In 1974, however, due to the unpopularity, a revolution brought a republic, which is governed by the President.
When Iglesiantis discovered the Inyesulan subcontinent in 1374, the Maharaja signed a treaty, forbidding it to colonize Soraboijan. However, over the centuries, the Maharajas found themselves under increasing Iglesianic influence, to such a point that by 1878, the Maharaja found himself under the whim of Iglesiantis. He was forced to abdicate, and became an Iglesian colony until 1895. Thus, in 1883, the Society for the Liberation of Inyesulan (Inyesulan Creole: സഹകൂഗലോ തഗവാഗീോഗൂോ ഗലബാഹേതോ, Muktina Liberata Inyesula) and waged a civil war. Despite it attending the conference that ended the Great War, it was forced to become Karenytenian, hence the civil war continued until 1903 when they drove the Karenytenians out. The son of Maharaja Sengyul Chamkri, Maharaja Chamkri (officially Maharaja Senghuk Chamkri) ascended to the throne in 1903, and reigned until his death in 1942. During that time, his country was put into isolation, but when Maharaja Leshu Chamkri Lakun came to power, he began the corruption, and died in 1960 from lung cancer, but not before opening the country to tourism. His son, Maharaja Orjori Lakun would reign until the revolution in 1974, which was seemingly peaceful. The Maharaja left the country for Nalvyena on September 16, 1974. On October 1, 1974, the leader, Arshaka Haansraj Ilashpati returned from Los Vientos. On December 25th, 1974, a constitution was passed, creating the present Republic.
Today, Inyesula is a republic with freedoms comparable to those in Iglesiantis, but its GDP is similar to India, and its official religion is Hinduism. Serkata was said to be where Hinduism is formed, hence why the rivers of the third largest city, Serkata (behind Mumbai, the largest, and Beyalam the second largest) are considered to be holy.
Inyesula has 91,018,496 square kilometers, of which 86,193,381 square kilometers are covered by land, and the remainder covered by water. Inyesula has two plains regions, the Great Plains in the west (Inyesulan Creole: സോപോലോഗേോ്ഗോ, Mahanasada), and the Eastern Planes (Inyesulan Creole: നീോഗേോ്ഗോ, Ravisada). The largest city, Mumbai is on the Ravisada, whilst Serkata, the third largest city is in the Mahanasada. Separating them is the Golden Hind Mountain Range, where Beyalam, the capital and second largest city is located. Its highest mountain, Mount Bhagyavana Yanu, named after the Bhagyavana of Mumbai from 1942 to 1954, at 7,481m (renamed in 1976, prior to that, it was Mount Durga, located 139 kilometers north of the southernmost tip of Inyesula.
The longest river within Inyesula is the Serkata River, which is considered to be holy by Hindus throughout Inyesula and Vartula.
Since 1974, it has a bicameral Parliament, led by the head of Government, the Prime Minister. However, the Prime Minister only has the right to open and close sessions. The head of state, the President has a right to veto, and propose cabinet appointments, of which the Prime Minister is part of the Cabinet.
The Parliament is Congress (Inyesulan Creole: കദലുഗീഗേഗേ, Kongriss), with the Senate and the House of Representatives. It uses "first past the post," and its constitution is similar to the one in Iglesiantis, the Constitution, 1976, superseding the Constitution Act, 1966. In 1988, taxes were abolished save for sales tax. Its foreign policy is strangely interventionist, but only starts wars if it or an ally of it is attacked.