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Revision as of 01:15, 5 July 2015

Due to Bahali citizens rejecting African culture, Bahal has slowly developed a unique cultural identity. Bahali culture is considered as an African Isolate culture.However Bahali see the Bahali Culture as Arab-African. Bahali culture has developing during the existence of a Bahali state. It was essentially developed from the cultural traits which where developed unintentionally during the history of the Bahali state, as well as the cultural traits of citizens. Dachenia has two conlangs, Dachenian and Han'Gok. Dachenian is the main conlang, used for cultural purposes in the nation. Han'Gok was used a lot historically in

History of the culture

The modern Bahali culture began to emerge during the Bahali Kingdom and was greatly amplified by Bahal, The Dachenian culture is based on African, Arab and Asian culture


Acquiring nationhood

In Bahal the rise to nationhood came during 2013, when the Bahali people saw that they had achieved a unique culture by establishing a set of values, beliefs, a religion and the Bahali conlang, as well as the choice in symbols and place names.

People

Main article: Bahali People
As Bahal successfully transformed from the nigerien-based into a nation-state with a very strong separation of state and religion, an increase in the modes of artistic expression followed. During the first years of the republic, the government invested a large amount of resources into fine arts; such as museums, theatres, opera houses and architecture. Diverse historical factors play important roles in defining the modern Bahali identity. Bahal culture is a product of efforts to be a "modern" Western state, while maintaining traditional religious and historical values. The mix of cultural influences is dramatized, for example, in the form of the "new symbols of the clash and interlacing of cultures" Traditional Bahali music include Kaanpawzi, Bahali folk music Contemporary Bahali music include rap music, rock, and hip hop genres.

Language

Main article: Bahali language
The main spoken language in Bahal is Bahali, and also used for cultural proposes


Cuisine

Field Pea

Bahali Cuisine refers to the food which is considered traditional in Bahal or recopies which have been developed by Bahalicitizens. It also refers to the shared culinary traits found in Bahali people

Bahali cuisine is largely based on plants. The national dish is Field pea, which is traditionally cookd and seasoned with powder,. Another popular food is Sheep Meat with vegetables, which is traditionally served in sauce consisting of blended broccoli

National clothes and fasion

Music

In Bahal, Bahali music is often based on Rap, the only band from Bahal is called Luzu Dusu. A large portion of the Bahali people listen to rap or dustep,


National symbols

National symbols of Dachenia are held in high regard amongst Dachenian people, many symbols represent the Dachenian ethnicity, as well Dachenia