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|leader_title5      = Speaker of Parliament
 
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|leader_name1      = Chandrachur I <small> ''(current)'' </small>
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|leader_name1      = [[Chandrachur Basu|Chandrachur I]] <small> ''(current)'' </small>
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|leader_name4      = [[Monarchy of Indradhanush|Monarch of Indradhanush]]
 
|leader_name4      = [[Monarchy of Indradhanush|Monarch of Indradhanush]]
 
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|established_date1  = 13 February [[2021]]
 
|established_date1  = 13 February [[2021]]
 
|established_event2 = Name change to Kingdom of Indradhanush
 
|established_event2 = Name change to Kingdom of Indradhanush
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|calling_code      = +91<ref>[https://countrycode.org/india Calling codes in India.] ''countrycode.org''</ref>
 
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}}The '''Kingdom of Indradhanush (''in-dra-dha-nush'' {{Audio|Indradhanush.ogg|Listen}}) ''lit. Rainbow''''' ([[w:Hindi|Hindi]]: इंद्रधनुष राज्य , [[w:Bengali language|Bengali]]: ইন্দ্রধনুষ রাজ্য ), more commonly known as simply '''Indradhanush''' or informally '''Rainbow{{efn|In reference to its translation of the name and difficulty in pronouncing it in English}}''', is a [[w:sovereign state|sovereign state]]{{efn|The Kingdom of Indradhanush is considered a ''de facto'' part of the [[w:India|Republic of India]], [[w:Ireland|Republic of Ireland]] and [[w:Canada|Canada]].}}, called a [[micronation]] by external observers, consisting of multiple non-contiguous pieces of land, with its mainland located within [[w:Bangalore|Bengaluru]], [[w:India|India]]. It was founded on 13 February 2021. The Kingdom's form of government is an [[absolute monarchy]], defined by the Constitution of Indradhanush. It was solely based on a [[w:Monarchy|monarchy]] as it is the most common government system within [[micronationalism]]. The mainland consists of one city—the [[w:Capital|capital]] and [[List of cities by population|most populous]] [[Chandril City]]. There is 1 Overseas Territory- Hibernia. It also has a Special Administrative Region called Wisea.
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}}The '''Kingdom of Indradhanush ('''''in-dra-dha-nush'' {{Audio|Indradhanush.ogg|Listen}}) ''lit. Rainbow'' ([[w:Hindi|Hindi]]: इंद्रधनुष राज्य , [[w:Bengali language|Bengali]]: ইন্দ্রধনুষ রাজ্য ), more commonly known as simply '''Indradhanush''' or informally '''Rainbow{{efn|In reference to its translation of the name and difficulty in pronouncing it in English.}}''', is a [[w:sovereign state|sovereign state]]{{efn|The Kingdom of Indradhanush is considered a ''de facto'' part of the [[w:India|Republic of India]] and [[w:UK|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland]].}}, called a [[micronation]] by external observers, consisting of multiple non-contiguous pieces of land, with its mainland located within [[w:Bangalore|Bengaluru]], [[w:India|India]]. It was founded on 13 February 2021. The Kingdom's form of government is an [[absolute monarchy]], defined by the Constitution of Indradhanush. It was solely based on a [[w:Monarchy|monarchy]] as it is the most common government system within [[micronationalism]]. The mainland consists of one city—the [[w:Capital|capital]] and [[List of cities by population|most populous]] [[Chandril City]]. It also has a Special Administrative Region called Wisea.
  
 
The locality in which Indradhanush is located (Kudlu) first emerged when [[w:Jyothy Laboratories|Jyothi Labs]] set up a factory for their famous brand, Ujala. The factory was eventually demolished due to environmental concerns. The construction of the factory led to the creation of various pharmacies and clinics. Due to Kudlu having various empty plots, [[w:BBMP|BBMP]] decided to set up a waste management factory, known as KCDC. [[w:Zee Learn|Zee Learn Ltd]] later set up a Mount Litera Zee School. Eventually, Kudlu became more and more residential. The residents started to protest about the  stench from the KCDC Compost plant. Various outdoor activities have been suspended in the Mount Litera Zee School, Kudlu due to it.<ref>Moving KCDC plant out of HSR Layout not viable, says BBMP. Read more at: https://www.deccanherald.com/city/moving-kcdc-plant-out-hsr-layout-not-viable-says-bbmp-674306.html</ref><ref>http://bengaluru.citizenmatters.in/why-hsr-rwas-filing-writ-petition-on-kcdc-at-high-court-bangalore-31552</ref> .
 
The locality in which Indradhanush is located (Kudlu) first emerged when [[w:Jyothy Laboratories|Jyothi Labs]] set up a factory for their famous brand, Ujala. The factory was eventually demolished due to environmental concerns. The construction of the factory led to the creation of various pharmacies and clinics. Due to Kudlu having various empty plots, [[w:BBMP|BBMP]] decided to set up a waste management factory, known as KCDC. [[w:Zee Learn|Zee Learn Ltd]] later set up a Mount Litera Zee School. Eventually, Kudlu became more and more residential. The residents started to protest about the  stench from the KCDC Compost plant. Various outdoor activities have been suspended in the Mount Litera Zee School, Kudlu due to it.<ref>Moving KCDC plant out of HSR Layout not viable, says BBMP. Read more at: https://www.deccanherald.com/city/moving-kcdc-plant-out-hsr-layout-not-viable-says-bbmp-674306.html</ref><ref>http://bengaluru.citizenmatters.in/why-hsr-rwas-filing-writ-petition-on-kcdc-at-high-court-bangalore-31552</ref> .
  
The country is a member of the [[Micronational Assembly]] and is an observer in the [[Cupertino Alliance]].
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The nation is a member of the [[Micronational Assembly]] from 29 March [[2021]] and helped in the formation of the MID Act<ref name=":02">Chandrachur Basu, 10 March 2021 [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1n3vnz5nO4HnKfZnvJN4s5JE9dd00kVOmO9A6WtiDPxA/edit Micronational Assembly MID Act]</ref>. It was an [[Cupertino Alliance#Observer States|observer]] in the [[Cupertino Alliance]] since 10 September [[2021]] and is an observer in the [[Micronational Community of Australia]] since 6 October 2021. It is a member of the [[Cupertino Alliance]] since 13 October 2021, on the occasion of [[w:Maha Asthami|Maha Asthami]], with 7 votes for promotion, 4 votes for expellation and 3 votes to remain observership.  
  
 
==Etmyology==
 
==Etmyology==
[[File:Rainbow photo (India).jpg|thumb|A photo of a rainbow taken in India|alt=|left|183x183px]]The name "Indradhanush" was derived from the Hindi word Indradhanush meaning rainbow. The name was proposed on 11 February 2020, by Chandrachur Basu.
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[[File:Rainbow photo (India).jpg|thumb|A photo of a rainbow taken in India|alt=|left|183x183px]]The name "Indradhanush" was derived from the Hindi word of the same name meaning a rainbow. The name was proposed on 11 February 2020, by [[Chandrachur Basu]].
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Indradhanush can though be written as the conjoined words of "Indra" and "Dhanush". Indra, referring to the [[w:Historical Vedic religion|ancient Vedic]] deity in [[w:Hinduism|Hinduism]]. He is the king of Svarga (Heaven) and the [[w:Deva (Hinduism)|Devas]] (gods). He is associated with lightning, thunder, storms, rains, river flows and war.<ref>{{cite book |last=Gopal |first=Madan |title=India Through the Ages |url=https://archive.org/details/indiathroughages00mada |publisher=Publication Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India |year=1990 |page=[https://archive.org/details/indiathroughages00mada/page/66 66]}}</ref><ref name="urlWar and Religion: An Encyclopedia of Faith and Conflict [3 volumes] - Google Książki">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=KDlFDgAAQBAJ&q=Indra+god+war&pg=PA380 |title=War and Religion: An Encyclopedia of Faith and Conflict [3 volumes] - Google Książki |isbn=9781610695176 |last1=Jeffrey |first1=M. Shaw PH D. |last2=Timothy |first2=J. Demy PH D. |date=27 March 2017 }}</ref><ref name="Berry1996p20">{{cite book|author=Thomas Berry|title=Religions of India: Hinduism, Yoga, Buddhism|url=https://archive.org/details/religionsofindia00berr |url-access=registration|year=1996|publisher=Columbia University Press|isbn=978-0-231-10781-5|pages=[https://archive.org/details/religionsofindia00berr/page/20 20]–21}}</ref> Indra's mythology and powers are similar to other [[w:Indo-European languages|Indo-European]] deities such as [[w:Jupiter (mythology)|Jupiter]], [[w:Perun|Perun]], [[w:Perkūnas|Perkunas]], [[w:Zalmoxis|Zalmoxis]], [[w:Taranis|Taranis]], [[w:Zeus|Zeus]], and [[w:Thor|Thor]], suggesting a common origin in Proto-Indo-European mythology.<ref name="Berry1996p20" /><ref>{{cite book |author=T. N. Madan |title=The Hinduism Omnibus |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=EUsqAAAAYAAJ |year=2003 |publisher=Oxford University Press |isbn=978-0-19-566411-9 |page=81}}</ref><ref>{{cite book |author=Sukumari Bhattacharji |title=The Indian Theogony |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=lDc9AAAAIAAJ&pg=PA280 |year=2015 |publisher=Cambridge University Press |pages=280–281}}</ref> and Dhanush meaning Bow in Hindi. So Indradhanush means Indra's bow.
  
 
===Official Names===
 
===Official Names===
  
 
*'''13 February 2021 - 30 July 2021 - ''State of Indradhanush'''''
 
*'''13 February 2021 - 30 July 2021 - ''State of Indradhanush'''''
*'''30 July 2021<ref>[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YtpdkgIJ7LAwPITAbMczTbkSLJooqKUG9h4L3K2eUNY/edit?usp=sharing Special Royal Decree]</ref> - present day - Kingdom of Indradhanush'''
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*'''30 July 2021<ref name="Badalna">[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YtpdkgIJ7LAwPITAbMczTbkSLJooqKUG9h4L3K2eUNY/edit?usp=sharing Special Royal Decree]</ref> - present day - Kingdom of Indradhanush'''
 
 
Indradhanush can though be written as the conjoined words of "Indra" and "Dhanush". Indra, referring to the [[w:Historical Vedic religion|ancient Vedic]] deity in [[w:Hinduism|Hinduism]]. He is the king of Svarga (Heaven) and the [[w:Deva (Hinduism)|Devas]] (gods). He is associated with lightning, thunder, storms, rains, river flows and war.<ref>{{cite book |last=Gopal |first=Madan |title=India Through the Ages |url=https://archive.org/details/indiathroughages00mada |publisher=Publication Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India |year=1990 |page=[https://archive.org/details/indiathroughages00mada/page/66 66]}}</ref><ref name="urlWar and Religion: An Encyclopedia of Faith and Conflict [3 volumes] - Google Książki">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=KDlFDgAAQBAJ&q=Indra+god+war&pg=PA380 |title=War and Religion: An Encyclopedia of Faith and Conflict [3 volumes] - Google Książki |isbn=9781610695176 |last1=Jeffrey |first1=M. Shaw PH D. |last2=Timothy |first2=J. Demy PH D. |date=27 March 2017 }}</ref><ref name="Berry1996p20">{{cite book|author=Thomas Berry|title=Religions of India: Hinduism, Yoga, Buddhism|url=https://archive.org/details/religionsofindia00berr |url-access=registration|year=1996|publisher=Columbia University Press|isbn=978-0-231-10781-5|pages=[https://archive.org/details/religionsofindia00berr/page/20 20]–21}}</ref> Indra's mythology and powers are similar to other [[w:Indo-European languages|Indo-European]] deities such as [[w:Jupiter (mythology)|Jupiter]], [[w:Perun|Perun]], [[w:Perkūnas|Perkunas]], [[w:Zalmoxis|Zalmoxis]], [[w:Taranis|Taranis]], [[w:Zeus|Zeus]], and [[w:Thor|Thor]], suggesting a common origin in Proto-Indo-European mythology.<ref name="Berry1996p20" /><ref>{{cite book |author=T. N. Madan |title=The Hinduism Omnibus |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=EUsqAAAAYAAJ |year=2003 |publisher=Oxford University Press |isbn=978-0-19-566411-9 |page=81}}</ref><ref>{{cite book |author=Sukumari Bhattacharji |title=The Indian Theogony |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=lDc9AAAAIAAJ&pg=PA280 |year=2015 |publisher=Cambridge University Press |pages=280–281}}</ref> and Dhanush meaning Bow in Hindi. So Indradhanush means Indra's bow.
 
  
 
The unofficial [[microcode]] of the Kingdom of Indradhanush is IH. KOI and COI are also used sometimes.
 
The unofficial [[microcode]] of the Kingdom of Indradhanush is IH. KOI and COI are also used sometimes.
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===The State of Indradhanush===
 
===The State of Indradhanush===
 
The State of Indradhanush declared independence on 13 February 2021.
 
The State of Indradhanush declared independence on 13 February 2021.
 
The Indradhanushian history can be divided based on the ruling of the Kings of Indradhanush, which are as follows:-
 
 
*Chandrachur I
 
*Aircraft I
 
*Chandrachur II
 
  
 
====Basu I====
 
====Basu I====
 
[[File:The Coronation of Napoleon.jpg|thumb|Painting by Jacques-Louis David on the Coronation of Napoleon Bonaparte on 2nd December 1805. This painting is used as Indradhanush propaganda for the coronation of Basu I. Basu is  the "Napoleon" who crowns himself. The people refers to the MicroWiki and the micronational community watching eagerly.|alt=]]
 
[[File:The Coronation of Napoleon.jpg|thumb|Painting by Jacques-Louis David on the Coronation of Napoleon Bonaparte on 2nd December 1805. This painting is used as Indradhanush propaganda for the coronation of Basu I. Basu is  the "Napoleon" who crowns himself. The people refers to the MicroWiki and the micronational community watching eagerly.|alt=]]
 
=====Coronation=====
 
=====Coronation=====
The coronation of Chandrachur Basu happened on 13 February 2021. It was a solemn ceremony due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He decided to adopt his surname as his regnal name. The full style of him after his coronation is:-
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The coronation of [[Chandrachur Basu]] happened on 13 February 2021. It was a solemn ceremony due to the [[w:COVID-19 pandemic|COVID-19 pandemic]]. He decided to adopt his surname as his regnal name. The full style of him after his coronation is:-
  
 
''"His Majesty Basu I, of the State of Indradhanush, Sovereign of [[Chandril City]], Carreville and Gadinagar, Defender of the Constitution and all faiths, Sovereign of the Privy Council, Supreme Commander of the Army, Navy and Airforce of Indradhanush, Sovereign and Grand Master of [[Order of Chandrachur I|Order of Chandrachur I"]]''
 
''"His Majesty Basu I, of the State of Indradhanush, Sovereign of [[Chandril City]], Carreville and Gadinagar, Defender of the Constitution and all faiths, Sovereign of the Privy Council, Supreme Commander of the Army, Navy and Airforce of Indradhanush, Sovereign and Grand Master of [[Order of Chandrachur I|Order of Chandrachur I"]]''
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=====Succession=====
 
=====Succession=====
Aircraft{{Efn|See [[MicroWiki:Pseudonyms]]}}, became the King of Indradhanush on the same day.  
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Aircraft, became the [[Sovereign of Indradhanush|King of Indradhanush]] on the same day.  
  
 
=====The Announcement=====
 
=====The Announcement=====
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=====Coup d'état by Basu=====
 
=====Coup d'état by Basu=====
On 26 February 2021, Chandrachur Basu did a coup d'état on HM Aircraft I and crowned himself King of Indradhanush. [[File:Jacques-Louis David - The Emperor Napoleon in His Study at the Tuileries.jpg|thumb|The Emperor Napoleon in His Study at the Tuileries by Jacques- Louis David. This photo is used as symbolic of the second Basu reign.|500x500px|alt=]]
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On 26 February 2021, [[Chandrachur Basu]] did a coup d'état on HM Aircraft I and crowned himself King of Indradhanush.  
 
====Basu II====
 
====Basu II====
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[[File:Jacques-Louis David - The Emperor Napoleon in His Study at the Tuileries.jpg|thumb|The Emperor Napoleon in His Study at the Tuileries by Jacques- Louis David. This photo is used as symbolic of the second Basu reign.|314x314px|alt=]]
 
=====After the Coup'd'etat=====
 
=====After the Coup'd'etat=====
Chandrachur Basu was impressed with the announcement that Aircraft made. He was forced to agree and changed the foreign policy of Indradhanush.
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[[Chandrachur Basu]] was impressed with the announcement that Aircraft made. He was forced to agree and changed the foreign policy of Indradhanush.
  
 
=====Prosperous Era=====
 
=====Prosperous Era=====
This era was the prosperous or the golden era of Indradhanush. Under this, major reforms were done by Chandrachur I such as the merger of Wisea into Indradhanush, annexation of Hibernia, creation of the [[orders, decorations, and medals of Indradhanush]] etc. He appointed [[Zed Smith|Zarel Smith]] as Prime Minister. He also applied for the [[Micronational Assembly]] and proposed the MID Act<ref name=":1" />.
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This era was the prosperous or the golden era of Indradhanush. Under this, major reforms were done by Chandrachur I such as the merger of Wisea into Indradhanush, annexation of Hibernia, creation of the [[orders, decorations, and medals of Indradhanush]] etc. He appointed [[Zed Smith|Zarel Smith]] as Prime Minister. He also applied for the [[Micronational Assembly]] and proposed the MID Act<ref name=":1">Chandrachur Basu, 10 March 2021 [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1n3vnz5nO4HnKfZnvJN4s5JE9dd00kVOmO9A6WtiDPxA/edit Micronational Assembly MID Act]</ref>.
  
 
=====Nowacki Crisis=====
 
=====Nowacki Crisis=====
[[File:Zed in August 2020, upscaledCroped.jpg|left|thumb|183x183px|[[Zed|Zarel Smith]] was [[Prime Minister of Indradhanush]] in the Prosperous Era (including the Nowacki Crisis) and the Dark Ages.]]
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[[File:Zed in August 2020, upscaledCroped.jpg|left|thumb|242x242px|[[Zed|Zarel Smith]] was [[Prime Minister of Indradhanush]] in the Prosperous Era (including the Nowacki Crisis) and the Dark Ages.]]
Chandrachur I, decided to take a break as he had exams within a few days. He decided he needed a regent for a temporary basis. So, in the night, he appointed [[Frederick, Grand Duke of Litvania|Michal Nowacki,]] as King of Indradhanush by taking the following announcement:-{{Quotation|I declare His Excellency [[Frederick, Grand Duke of Litvania|Nowacki]] as King of Indradhanush till further notice.|His Majesty Chandrachur I on the #announcements channel in Indradhanush}}This ultimately backfired as [[Frederick, Grand Duke of Litvania|Nowacki]] immediately resigned. [[Kingdom of Queensland|Queensland]] blacklisted Chandrachur I. It was considered as a diplomatic failure from Indradhanush, and specifically, Chandrachur.
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Chandrachur I, decided to take a break as he had exams within a few days. He decided he needed a regent for a temporary basis. So, in the night, he appointed [[Frederick, Grand Duke of Litvania|Michal Nowacki,]] as King of Indradhanush by taking the following announcement:-{{Quotation|I declare His Excellency [[Frederick, Grand Duke of Litvania|Nowacki]] as King of Indradhanush till further notice.|His Majesty Chandrachur I on the #announcements channel in Indradhanush}}This ultimately backfired as [[Frederick, Grand Duke of Litvania|Nowacki]] immediately resigned. [[Kingdom of Queensland|Queensland]] blacklisted Chandrachur I. It was considered as a diplomatic failure from Indradhanush, and specifically, [[Chandrachur Basu|Chandrachur]].
  
 
=====Dark Ages or the Regency Era=====
 
=====Dark Ages or the Regency Era=====
The Dark Ages or the Regency Era began right after the Nowacki Crisis. Chandrachur Basu decided to propose an impeachment motion against himself in the Privy Council of Indradhanush. The vote went like this:-
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The Dark Ages or the Regency Era began right after the Nowacki Crisis. [[Chandrachur Basu]] decided to propose an impeachment motion against himself in the Privy Council of Indradhanush. The vote went like this:-
 
 
 
 
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
|+Vote for removal of His Majesty Chandrachur I
 
|+Vote for removal of His Majesty Chandrachur I
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Members:-
  
*Chandrachur Basu
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*[[Chandrachur Basu]]
 
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=====Revival=====
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===The Kingdom of Indradhanush or the Revival Era===
  
 
:''Note: This section will remain cursory until the era draws to a close.''
 
:''Note: This section will remain cursory until the era draws to a close.''
  
On 30 July 2021, Chandrachur Basu decided to revive the country. He finished his coronation ceremony in the country of [[NoboBangla]]. He then passed a royal decree<ref>Chandrachur Basu, 30 July 2021, [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YtpdkgIJ7LAwPITAbMczTbkSLJooqKUG9h4L3K2eUNY/edit?usp=sharing Special Royal Decree for the Coronation of Chandrachur I]</ref> which appointed [[Nafiz Morshalin]], replacing [[Zed|Zarel Smith]] as the [[Prime Minister of Indradhanush]]. He resigned after 4 days becoming the shortest-term serving PM. He suggested that his brother serve as Prime Minister. Chandrachur Basu agreed and hence, [[Nabin Mutakin]] is now the current [[Prime Minister of Indradhanush]].
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On 30 July 2021, [[Chandrachur Basu]] decided to revive the country. He finished his coronation ceremony in the country of [[NoboBangla]]. He then passed a royal decree'''<ref name="Badalna" />''' which appointed [[Nafiz Morshalin]], replacing [[Zed|Zarel Smith]] as the [[Prime Minister of Indradhanush]]. He resigned after 4 days becoming the shortest-term serving PM. He suggested that his brother serve as Prime Minister. [[Chandrachur Basu]] agreed and hence, [[Nabin Mutakin]] became the [[Prime Minister of Indradhanush]].
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His Majesty [[Chandrachur Basu|Chandrachur I]] then passed a royal decree on 11 August 2021<ref>''Chandrachur Basu, 11 August 2021, [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-nkUbrtf7x9MQazeBExq4_gKUv_SXWMd1HKP6DM0mxA/edit?usp=sharing Royal Decree KOI 2/2021]''</ref>, highlighting the goals of the nation. He then passed a huge royal decree on 16 August 2021<ref>''Chandrachur Basu, 27 August 2021, [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-nkUbrtf7x9MQazeBExq4_gKUv_SXWMd1HKP6DM0mxA/edit?usp=sharing Royal Decree KOI3/2021]''</ref>, containing 20 points. It is the longest royal decree ever passed in Indradhanush. On 7 September 2021, [[Chandrachur Basu]] passed a royal decree introducing the concept of ambassadors to the country<ref>[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TMzEHAra1XXf3nvu5_YxXXlAFI-ZJyk1c2hcc5gKohs/edit?usp=sharing Royal Decree KOI5/2021]</ref>. Indradhanush became an observer in the [[Cupertino Alliance]] on 10 September 2021, with 14 supports, 3 opposes and 2 abstentions. On 11 September 2021, in a surprise announcement, His Majesty [[Chandrachur Basu]] changed the Prime Minister to James Roberts. On 16 September 2021, he completed 200 days of his reign as [[Monarchy of Indradhanush|Monarch of Indradhanush]].
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[[1st Swivelter Ministry|The 1st Swivelter Ministry]] was announced by [[Chandrachur Basu]] on 23 September 2021<ref>[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QVcg7Xy3UvFyTljdXQ9biZY2RhgsH_QoIwB0Juxn8Tc/edit?usp=sharing Cabinet Announcement of James Roberts's Cabinet]</ref>. It is the largest cabinet formed in Indradhanush and consisted of 6 cabinet ministers. On 25 September 2021, the country inaugurated the current flag adopted. It is made by [[Stefan Marius Snagoveanu]] and combined the flag of [[Lowenia]] and the previous flag. The country is currently on vote for promoting its status in the [[Cupertino Alliance]] from observer to member.
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Indradhanush then went on a diplomatic spree by signing diplomatic treaties with 3 [[micronations]] in 3 days. It signed a treaty with [[Winterspell]] on 5 October<ref>Government of [[Indradhanush]] (5 October 2021), [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eEv9Ppl9Ur7m8ap2-OAXa8hprVNd3P3CjJVuoPeF_iA/edit?usp=sharing Winterspell-Indradhanush MRT]</ref>, Salanda on 6 October 2021<ref>Government of [[Indradhanush]] (6 October 2021), [https://docs.google.com/document/d/16hGk7tF4uc0bYL9yuMorISINaV6EB2SFa7a9nyOpUJc/edit?usp=sharing Salanda-Indradhanush MRT]</ref> and Arsalania on 7 October 2021<ref>[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eAMUJfaP2O4AAtLNpnkDhLnBSRi4CBWb_Z4cFzWwU4A/edit?usp=sharing Arsalania-Indradhanush MRT] - Signed on 7 October 2021</ref>. Each of the treaties were unique. [[Winterspell]] is the first [[w:USA|American]] nation to recognize [[Indradhanush]]. It was also their first diplomatic interaction. On 7 October 2021, His Majesty [[Chandrachur I of Indradhanush]], His Majesty [[Petrus I of Winterspell]] and the [[Winterspell Prime Minister|Prime Minister of Winterspell]] had a informal summit. [[Salanda]] is the first [[w:United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland|British]] nation to recognize the nation. [[Arsalania]] is the first [[w:Pakistan|Pakistani]] and [[ASAM]] [[micronation]] to recognize [[Indradhanush]].. The relations with all the nations currently are amicable.
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It eventually became a member of the [[Cupertino Alliance]] on 13 October 2021, on the occasion of [[w:Maha Asthami|Maha Asthami]], with 7 votes for promotion, 4 votes for expellation and 3 votes to remain observership. On the same day, Hibernia was reorganized as the merger of [[File:Carreville.jpg|26x26px]]Carreville and [[File:Gadinagar.jpg|26x26px]]Gadinagar.
  
His Majesty Chandrachur I then passed a royal decree on 11 August 2021<ref>''Chandrachur Basu, 11 August 2021, [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-nkUbrtf7x9MQazeBExq4_gKUv_SXWMd1HKP6DM0mxA/edit?usp=sharing Royal Decree KOI 2/2021]''</ref>, highlighting the goals of the nation. He then passed a huge royal decree on 16 August 2021<ref>''Chandrachur Basu, 27 August 2021, [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-nkUbrtf7x9MQazeBExq4_gKUv_SXWMd1HKP6DM0mxA/edit?usp=sharing Royal Decree KOI3/2021]''</ref>, containing 20 points. It is the longest royal decree ever passed in Indradhanush. On 7 September 2021, Chandrachur Basu passed a royal decree introducing the concept of ambassadors to the country<ref>[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TMzEHAra1XXf3nvu5_YxXXlAFI-ZJyk1c2hcc5gKohs/edit?usp=sharing Royal Decree KOI5/2021]</ref>. Indradhanush became an observer in the [[Cupertino Alliance]] on 10 September 2021. On 11 September 2021, in a surprise announcement, His Majesty Chandrachur Basu changed the Prime Minister to Wisest. On 16 September 2021, he completed 200 days of his reign as [[Monarchy of Indradhanush|Monarch of Indradhanush]].
 
 
==Administrative Regions==
 
==Administrative Regions==
 
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! style="text-align: left;" |The Royal Territorial Division of [[Chandril City]]
 
| style="text-align: center;" |CCY
 
| style="text-align: center;" |CCY
 
| style="text-align: center;" |Chandril
 
| style="text-align: center;" |Chandril
 
| style="text-align: center;" |Chandril City
 
| style="text-align: center;" |Chandril City
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| style="text-align: center;" |Chandrachur I
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| style="text-align: center;" |Hibernia
 
| style="text-align: center;" |Hibernia
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| style="text-align: center;" |Sam Rens
 
 
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! style="text-align: left;" |The Special Administrative Region of Wisea
 
| style="text-align: center;" |WSA
 
| style="text-align: center;" |WSA
 
| style="text-align: center;" |Wisea
 
| style="text-align: center;" |Wisea
 
| style="text-align: center;" |Wisea City
 
| style="text-align: center;" |Wisea City
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| style="text-align: center;" colpos="6" rowpos="4" |English, French
 
| style="text-align: center;" |John Lakes
 
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==Climate of Indradhanush==
 
==Climate of Indradhanush==
  
===Chandril City===
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===[[Chandril City]] and Hibernia===
Chandril City, is located in the city of Bangalore and hence has a tropical savanna climate (Köppen climate classification ''Aw'') with distinct wet and dry seasons. Due to its high elevation due to the Nandi Hills, Chandril City usually enjoys a more moderate climate throughout the year, although occasional heat waves can make summer somewhat uncomfortable.<ref name="hightemp">
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[[Chandril City]] and Hibernia, is located in the city of Bangalore and hence has a tropical savanna climate (Köppen climate classification ''Aw'') with distinct wet and dry seasons. Due to its high elevation due to the Nandi Hills, [[Chandril City]] usually enjoys a more moderate climate throughout the year, although occasional heat waves can make summer somewhat uncomfortable.<ref name="hightemp">
 
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}}</ref> Winter temperatures rarely drop below {{convert|14|°C}}, and summer temperatures seldom exceed {{convert|36|°C}}. Chandril City receives rainfall from both the northeast and the southwest monsoons as well as from cyclones that attack the [[w:Tamil Nadu|Tamil Nadu]] coast, for example [[w:Cyclone Gaja|Cyclone Gaja]]. The wettest months are September, October and August, in that order.<ref name="metrain" /> The summer heat is moderated by fairly frequent thunderstorms, which occasionally cause power outages and local flooding. Most of the rainfall occurs during late afternoon/evening or night and rain before noon is infrequent. November 2015&nbsp;(290.4&nbsp;mm) was recorded as one of the wettest months in Bangalore with heavy rains causing severe flooding in some areas, and closure of a number of organisations for over a couple of days.<ref>{{cite web |last1=Bangalore |title=Global monitoring precipitation |url=http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/global_monitoring/precipitation/sn43295_1yr.gif |website=cpc.ncep.noaa.gov |access-date=17 May 2016 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20160303225922/http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/global_monitoring/precipitation/sn43295_1yr.gif |archive-date=3 March 2016  }}</ref> The heaviest rainfall recorded in a 24-hour period is {{convert|179|mm|in|0}} recorded on 1&nbsp;October&nbsp;1997.<ref name="rainmax">{{cite web
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}}</ref> Winter temperatures rarely drop below {{convert|14|°C}}, and summer temperatures seldom exceed {{convert|36|°C}}. [[Chandril City]] receives rainfall from both the northeast and the southwest monsoons as well as from cyclones that attack the [[w:Tamil Nadu|Tamil Nadu]] coast, for example [[w:Cyclone Gaja|Cyclone Gaja]]. The wettest months are September, October and August, in that order.<ref name="metrain" /> The summer heat is moderated by fairly frequent thunderstorms, which occasionally cause power outages and local flooding. Most of the rainfall occurs during late afternoon/evening or night and rain before noon is infrequent. November 2015&nbsp;(290.4&nbsp;mm) was recorded as one of the wettest months in Bangalore with heavy rains causing severe flooding in some areas, and closure of a number of organisations for over a couple of days.<ref>{{cite web |last1=Bangalore |title=Global monitoring precipitation |url=http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/global_monitoring/precipitation/sn43295_1yr.gif |website=cpc.ncep.noaa.gov |access-date=17 May 2016 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20160303225922/http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/global_monitoring/precipitation/sn43295_1yr.gif |archive-date=3 March 2016  }}</ref> The heaviest rainfall recorded in a 24-hour period is {{convert|179|mm|in|0}} recorded on 1&nbsp;October&nbsp;1997.<ref name="rainmax">{{cite web
 
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===Wisea===
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Wisea is located in Glasgow in Scotland. Despite its northerly latitude, similar to that of Moscow, Wisea's climate is classified as oceanic ([[Köppen climate classification|Köppen]] ''Cfb''). Data is available online for 3 official weather stations in Glasgow: Paisley, Abbotsinch and Bishopton. All are located to the west of the city, in neighbouring Renfrewshire.
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Owing to its westerly position and proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, Glasgow is one of Scotland's milder areas. Winter temperatures are usually higher than in most places of equal latitude away from the UK, due to the warming influence of the Gulf Stream. However, this results in less distinct seasons as compared to continental Western Europe. At Paisley, the annual precipitation averages {{convert|1245|mm|1}}. Glasgow has been named as the rainiest city of the United Kingdom, having an average of 170 days of rain a year.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.glasgowlive.co.uk/news/glasgow-news/glasgow-named-britains-rainiest-city-14510570|title=Glasgow named as Britain's rainiest city|first=Jennifer|last=Russell|date=9 April 2018|website=glasgowlive}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/britains-rainiest-cities-revealed-good-news-for-londoners-9803812.html|title=Britain's rainiest cities revealed – and it's good news for Londoners|date=18 October 2014|website=The Independent|access-date=5 June 2019|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20190605114210/https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/britains-rainiest-cities-revealed-good-news-for-londoners-9803812.html|archive-date=5 June 2019}}</ref>
  
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Winters are cool and overcast, with a January mean of {{convert|5.0|°C|1}}, though lows sometimes fall below freezing. Since 2000 Glasgow has experienced few very cold, snowy and harsh winters where temperatures have fallen much below freezing. The most extreme instances have however seen temperatures around {{convert|-12|°C}} in the area. Snowfall accumulation is infrequent and short-lived. The spring months (March to May) are usually mild and often quite pleasant. Many of Glasgow's trees and plants begin to flower at this time of the year and parks and gardens are filled with spring colours.
  
===Hibernia===
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During the summer months (June to August) the weather can vary considerably from day to day, ranging from relatively cool and wet to quite warm with the odd sunny day. Long dry spells of warm weather are generally quite scarce. Overcast and humid conditions without rain are frequent. Generally the weather pattern is quite unsettled and erratic during these months, with only occasional heatwaves. The warmest month is usually July, with average highs above {{convert|20|°C}}. Summer days can occasionally reach up to 27&nbsp;°C (81&nbsp;°F), and very rarely exceed 30&nbsp;°C (86&nbsp;°F). Autumns are generally cool to mild with increasing precipitation. During early autumn there can be some settled periods of weather and it can feel pleasant with mild temperatures and some sunny days.
The '''climate of Hibernia''' is mild, humid and changeable with abundant rainfall and a lack of temperature extremes. Hibernia's climate is defined as a temperate oceanic climate, or ''Cfb'' on the Köppen climate classification system, a classification it shares with most of northwest Europe.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.met.ie/marine/marine_climatology.asp|title=Marine Climatology|publisher=Met Éireann|access-date=30 January 2008}}</ref>  It  receives generally warm summers and cool winters.
 
  
As Hibernia is downwind of a large ocean, it is considerably milder in winter than other locations at the same latitude, for example Newfoundland in Canada or Sakhalin in Russia. The Atlantic overturning circulation, which includes ocean currents such as the North Atlantic Current and Gulf Stream, releases additional heat over the Atlantic, which is then carried by the prevailing winds towards Ireland, giving Ireland a milder climate than other temperate oceanic climates at similar latitudes, for example Seattle in the United States.<ref>McCarthy, G. D., Gleeson, E. and Walsh, S. (2015) The influence of the Ocean on the Climate of Ireland. ''Weather''. '''70''', 8, 242–245, http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/wea.2543/abstract</ref>
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The official Met Office data series goes back to 1959 and shows that there only have been a few warm and no hot summers in Glasgow, in stark contrast to areas further south in Great Britain and eastwards in Europe. The warmest month on record in the data series is July 2006, with an average high of {{convert|22.7|C|F}} and low of {{convert|13.7|C|F}}.<ref name="Climate Station Data for Paisley">{{cite web|url=http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/pub/data/weather/uk/climate/stationdata/paisleydata.txt|title=Climate Station Data for Paisley|publisher=Met Office|access-date=28 October 2015|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20160102104129/http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/pub/data/weather/uk/climate/stationdata/paisleydata.txt|archive-date=2 January 2016}}</ref> Even this extreme event only matched a normal summer on similar parallels in continental Europe, underlining the maritime influences. The coldest month on record since the data series began is December 2010, during a severe [[Winter of 2010–11 in Great Britain and Ireland|cold wave]] affecting the British Isles. Even then, the December high was above freezing at {{convert|1.6|C|F}} with the low of {{convert|-4.4|C|F}}.<ref name="Climate Station Data for Paisley" /> This still ensured Glasgow's coldest month of 2010 remained milder than the isotherm of {{convert|-3|C|F}} normally used to determine continental climate normals.
  
January and February are the coldest months of the year, and mean daily air temperatures fall between {{convert|5|and|8|C|F|1}} during these months. July and August are the warmest, with mean daily temperatures of {{convert|14|to|16|C|F|1}}, whilst mean daily maximums in July and August vary from {{convert|17|to|18|C|F|1}} near the coast, to {{convert|19|to|20|C|F|1}} inland.  The sunniest months are May and June, with an average of five to seven hours sunshine per day.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.met.ie/climate/sunshine.asp|title=Sunshine in Ireland|access-date=23 January 2008|publisher=Met Éireann}}</ref> Though extreme weather events in Ireland are comparatively rare when compared with other countries in the European continent, they do occur. Atlantic depressions, occurring mainly in the months of December, January and February, can occasionally bring winds of up to {{convert|160|km/h|mph|0|abbr=on|disp=or}} to Western coastal counties, with the winter of 2013/14 being the stormiest on record.<ref>Matthews, T., C. Murphy, R. L. Wilby and S. Harrigan (2014) Stormiest winter on record for Ireland and UK. ''Nature Climate Change'', '''4''', 738-740.</ref> During the summer months, and particularly around late July/early August, thunderstorms can develop.<ref name="Storm Katia">{{cite web|url=http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/hurricane-alert-storm-winds-coming-as-katia-moves-in-26770180.html|title=Evidence of winter storms|publisher=Independent Newspapers|access-date=4 February 2016}}</ref><ref name="Storm Darwin">{{cite news|url=http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/storm-darwin-hurricane-gusts-mass-destruction-widespread-blackouts-and-not-one-person-seriously-injured-258663.html|title=Evidence of storms|newspaper=Irish Examiner|access-date=4 February 2016|date=13 February 2014}}</ref><ref name="Thunderstorms">{{cite web|url=http://www.met.ie/climate-ireland/weather-events/July1985_Thunderstorm.PDF|title=July Thunderstorm|publisher=Met Éireann|access-date=4 February 2016|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20160405060447/http://www.met.ie/climate-ireland/weather-events/July1985_Thunderstorm.PDF|archive-date=5 April 2016}}</ref>
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Temperature extremes have ranged from {{convert|−19.9|°C|0}}, at Abbotsinch in December 1995 to<ref>{{cite web
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|Jan record high C = 13.5
|Feb record high C = 18.1
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|Feb record high C = 14.4
|Mar record high C = 23.4
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|Mar record high C = 17.2
|Apr record high C = 22.7
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|Apr record high C = 24.4
|May record high C = 26.8
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|May record high C = 26.5
|Jun record high C = 28.7
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|Jun record high C = 29.6
|Jul record high C = 31.0
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|Jul record high C = 30.0
|Aug record high C = 30.6
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|Aug record high C = 31.0
|Sep record high C = 27.6
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|Sep record high C = 26.7
|Oct record high C = 24.2
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|Oct record high C = 22.8
|Nov record high C = 19.4
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|Nov record high C = 17.7
|Dec record high C = 17.1
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|Dec record high C = 14.1
|Jan high C = 8.1
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|Jan high C = 6.9
|Feb high C = 8.3
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|Feb high C = 7.4
|Mar high C = 10.2
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|Mar high C = 9.6
|Apr high C = 12.1
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|Apr high C = 12.6
|May high C = 14.8
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|May high C = 15.9
|Jun high C = 17.6
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|Jun high C = 18.1
|Jul high C = 19.5
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|Jul high C = 19.7
 
|Aug high C = 19.2
 
|Aug high C = 19.2
|Sep high C = 17.0
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|Sep high C = 16.4
|Oct high C = 13.6
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|Oct high C = 12.7
|Nov high C = 10.3
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|Nov high C = 9.4
|Dec high C = 8.3
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|Dec high C = 6.9
|year high C = 13.3
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|year high C = 12.9
|Jan mean C = 5.3
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|Jan mean C = 4.4
|Feb mean C = 5.3
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|Feb mean C = 4.6
|Mar mean C = 6.8
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|Mar mean C = 6.3
|Apr mean C = 8.3
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|Apr mean C = 8.7
|May mean C = 10.9
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|May mean C = 11.6
|Jun mean C = 13.6
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|Jun mean C = 14.1
|Jul mean C = 15.6
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|Jul mean C = 15.9
|Aug mean C = 15.3
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|Aug mean C = 15.5
|Sep mean C = 13.4
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|Sep mean C = 13.1
|Oct mean C = 10.5
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|Oct mean C = 9.7
|Nov mean C = 7.4
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|Nov mean C = 6.7
|Dec mean C = 5.6
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|Dec mean C = 4.3
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|Jan low C = 1.8
|Feb low C = 2.3
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|Feb low C = 1.8
|Mar low C = 3.4
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|Mar low C = 3.0
|Apr low C = 4.6
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|Apr low C = 4.8
|May low C = 6.9
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|May low C = 7.3
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|Jun low C = 10.1
|Jul low C = 11.7
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|Jul low C = 12.0
|Aug low C = 11.5
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|Aug low C = 11.7
|Sep low C = 9.8
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|Sep low C = 9.7
|Oct low C = 7.3
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|Oct low C = 6.7
|Nov low C = 4.5
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|Dec low C = 2.8
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|year low C = 6.2
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|Jan record low C = -14.8
|Feb record low C = -13.4
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|Feb record low C = -7.5
|Mar record low C = -9.8
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|Mar record low C = -8.3
|Apr record low C = -7.2
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|Apr record low C = -4.4
|May record low C = -5.6
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|May record low C = -1.1
|Jun record low C = -0.7
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|Jun record low C = 1.5
|Jul record low C = 1.8
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|Jul record low C = 3.9
|Aug record low C = 0.6
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|Aug record low C = 2.2
|Sep record low C = -1.7
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|Sep record low C = -0.2
|Oct record low C = -5.6
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|Oct record low C = -3.5
|Nov record low C = -9.3
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|Nov record low C = -6.8
|Dec record low C = -15.7
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|Jan rain mm = 148.2
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|Feb rain mm = 104.6
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|Oct rain mm = 143.1
|Nov precipitation mm = 72.9
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|Nov rain mm = 126.4
|Dec precipitation mm = 72.7
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|Dec rain mm = 135.2
|year precipitation mm = 758.0
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|year rain mm =  
|unit precipitation days = 1.0 mm
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|unit rain days = 1.0 mm
|Jan precipitation days = 12
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|Jan rain days = 17.3
|Feb precipitation days = 10
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|Feb rain days = 13.2
|Mar precipitation days = 11
+
|Mar rain days = 14.9
|Apr precipitation days = 10
+
|Apr rain days = 11.6
|May precipitation days = 11
+
|May rain days = 11.9
|Jun precipitation days = 10
+
|Jun rain days = 11.1
|Jul precipitation days = 10
+
|Jul rain days = 12.0
|Aug precipitation days = 11
+
|Aug rain days = 12.8
|Sep precipitation days = 10
+
|Sep rain days = 13.8
|Oct precipitation days = 11
+
|Oct rain days = 16.8
|Nov precipitation days = 11
+
|Nov rain days = 16.0
|Dec precipitation days = 12
+
|Dec rain days = 15.5
|year precipitation days = 129
+
|year rain days =167.0
|Jan snow days = 4.6
+
|Jan sun = 37.6
|Feb snow days = 4.2
+
|Feb sun = 66.9
|Mar snow days = 2.8
+
|Mar sun = 98.6
|Apr snow days = 1.2
+
|Apr sun = 134.5
|May snow days = 0.2
+
|May sun = 180.1
|Jun snow days = 0.0
+
|Jun sun = 158.9
|Jul snow days = 0.0
+
|Jul sun = 154.3
|Aug snow days = 0.0
+
|Aug sun = 146.8
|Sep snow days = 0.0
+
|Sep sun = 114.9
|Oct snow days = 0.0
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|Oct sun = 85.2
|Nov snow days = 0.8
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|Nov sun = 54.0
|Dec snow days = 2.9
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|Dec sun = 33.1
|year snow days = 16.6
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|year sun = 1265.0
|time day = 15:00 UTC
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|source 1 = Met Office <ref name = PaisleyStats >
|Jan humidity = 80.6
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{{cite web
|Feb humidity = 75.7
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  | url= http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/climate/uk/averages/19812010/sites/paisley.html
|Mar humidity = 71.0
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  | title= Paisley 1981–2010 averages  
|Apr humidity = 68.3
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  | publisher= [[Met Office]]
|May humidity = 68.0
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  | work = Station, District and regional averages 1981-2010
|Jun humidity = 68.3
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  | access-date=2012-11-04
|Jul humidity = 69.0
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}} </ref>
|Aug humidity = 69.3
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|source 2 = KNMI/Royal Dutch Meteorological Institute<ref name = AnomalyMaps >
|Sep humidity = 71.5
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{{cite web
|Oct humidity = 75.1
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  | url= http://eca.knmi.nl/utils/mapserver/anomaly.php?indexcat=**&indexid=TNn&year=1995&seasonid=7&minx=-1142380.952381&miny=-4965714.2857143&maxx=590952.38095239&maxy=-3665714.2857143&MapSize=560%2C420&imagewidth=560&imageheight=420&CMD=QUERY_POINT&CMD=QUERY_POINT#bottom
|Nov humidity = 80.3
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  | title= KNMI: Climate Extremes 1959-
|Dec humidity = 83.1
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  | publisher= [[Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute|KNMI]]
|year humidity = 73.3
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  | access-date=2011-10-31
|Jan sun = 59.2
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}} </ref>
|Feb sun = 76.1
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|date=October 2011
|Mar sun = 109.1
 
|Apr sun = 157.4
 
|May sun = 195.2
 
|Jun sun = 173.3
 
|Jul sun = 164.1
 
|Aug sun = 160.1
 
|Sep sun = 129.8
 
|Oct sun = 103.9
 
|Nov sun = 71.0
 
|Dec sun = 52.8
 
|year sun =
 
| Jan uv  =0
 
| Feb uv  =1
 
| Mar uv  =2
 
| Apr uv  =4
 
| May uv  =5
 
| Jun uv  =6
 
| Jul uv  =6
 
| Aug uv  =5
 
| Sep uv  =4
 
| Oct uv  =2
 
| Nov uv  =1
 
| Dec uv  =0
 
|source 1 = Met Éireann<ref>{{cite web
 
| url = https://www.met.ie/climate-ireland/1981-2010/dublin.html
 
| title = Dublin Airport 1981–2010 averages
 
| publisher = Met Éireann
 
| access-date = 23 August 2019}}</ref><ref name=absmax>{{cite web
 
|url          = http://archive.met.ie/climate-ireland/extreme_maxtemps.pdf
 
|title        = Absolute Maximum Air Temperatures for each Month at Selected Stations
 
|publisher    = Met Éireann
 
|access-date   = 23 August 2019
 
}}</ref><ref name=absmin>{{cite web
 
|url          = http://archive.met.ie/climate-ireland/extreme-mintemps.pdf
 
|title        = Absolute Minimum Air Temperatures for each Month at Selected Stations
 
|publisher    = Met Éireann
 
|access-date  = 23 August 2019
 
}}</ref>
 
|source 2 = European Climate Assessment & Dataset<ref>{{cite web|url=https://eca.knmi.nl//download/millennium/millennium.php|title=Climatological Information for Merrion Square, Ireland|publisher=European Climate Assessment & Dataset|access-date=8 July 2018|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20180709010608/https://eca.knmi.nl//download/millennium/millennium.php|archive-date=9 July 2018|df=dmy-all}}</ref>
 
}}
 
{{climate chart
 
|Wisea|−6.7|-0.7|61.5
 
|−5.6|-0.4|55.4
 
|−1.9| 4.7|53.7
 
|4.1|11.5|68.0
 
|9.9|18.4|82.0
 
|14.9|23.8|70.9
 
|18.0|26.6|63.9
 
|17.4|25.5|81.1
 
|13.4|21.0|84.7
 
|7.4|14.0|64.4
 
|2.3|7.5|84.1
 
|−3.1|2.1|61.5
 
|float=left
 
|clear=none
 
|source = Environment Canada<ref name="TORONTO">{{cite web |title=Canadian Climate Normals 1981–2010 Station Data |url=http://climate.weather.gc.ca/climate_normals/results_1981_2010_e.html?stnID=5051&lang=e&dCode=0&province=ONT&provBut=Go&month1=0&month2=12 |website=Environment Canada |access-date=August 30, 2018 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20160403002422/http://climate.weather.gc.ca/climate_normals/results_1981_2010_e.html?stnID=5051&lang=e&dCode=0&province=ONT&provBut=Go&month1=0&month2=12 |archive-date=April 3, 2016}}</ref>
 
 
}}
 
}}
===Wisea===
 
Wisea is located in the city of Toronto which has a hot summer humid continental climate (Köppen: ''Dfa'')<ref name=":0" />, until the 20th century on the threshold of a warm summer humid continental climate (''Dfb'') but still found in the metropolitan region,<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|url=http://koeppen-geiger.vu-wien.ac.at/pdf/1976-2000.pdf|title=World Map of Köppen-Geiger climate classification – 1971–2000 normals|website=koeppen-geiger.vu-wien.ac.at|language=en|access-date=June 10, 2019|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20171215192309/http://koeppen-geiger.vu-wien.ac.at/pdf/1976-2000.pdf|archive-date=December 15, 2017}}</ref> with warm, humid summers and cold winters. According to the classification applied by Natural Resources Canada, the city of Toronto is in plant hardiness zone 7a, with some suburbs & nearby towns having lower zone ratings.
 
 
The city experiences four distinct seasons, with considerable variance in length.<ref name="climatedriverv1">{{cite web |url = http://www1.toronto.ca/city_of_toronto/environment_and_energy/key_priorities/files/pdf/tfwcds-chapter1.pdf |title = What are we studying and why? |work = Toronto's Future Weather and Climate Driver Study |publisher = City of Toronto |year = 2011 |access-date = September 20, 2015 |archive-url = https://web.archive.org/web/20150820183936/http://www1.toronto.ca/city_of_toronto/environment_and_energy/key_priorities/files/pdf/tfwcds-chapter1.pdf |archive-date = August 20, 2015 |df = mdy-all }}</ref> As a result of the rapid passage of weather systems (such as high- and low-pressure systems), the weather is variable from day to day in all seasons.<ref name="climatedriverv1" /> Owing to urbanization and its proximity to water, Toronto has a fairly low diurnal temperature range. The denser urbanscape makes for warmer nights year round; the average nighttime temperature is about {{convert|3.0|C-change|2}} warmer in the city than in rural areas in all months.<ref name="climatedriverv3">{{cite web |url = http://www1.toronto.ca/city_of_toronto/environment_and_energy/key_priorities/files/pdf/tfwcds-chapter3.pdf |title = Why is Weather in Toronto the way it is? |work = Toronto's Future Weather and Climate Driver Study |publisher = City of Toronto |year = 2011 |access-date = September 20, 2015 |archive-url = https://web.archive.org/web/20150820183939/http://www1.toronto.ca/city_of_toronto/environment_and_energy/key_priorities/files/pdf/tfwcds-chapter3.pdf |archive-date = August 20, 2015 |df = mdy-all }}</ref> However, it can be noticeably cooler on many spring and early summer afternoons under the influence of a lake breeze, since Lake Ontario is cool relative to the air during these seasons.<ref name="climatedriverv3" /> These lake breezes mostly occur in summer, bringing relief on hot days.<ref name="climatedriverv3" /> Other low-scale maritime effects on the climate include lake-effect snow, fog, and delaying of spring- and fall-like conditions, known as seasonal lag.<ref name="climatedriverv3" />
 
 
Winters are cold with frequent snow.<ref name="climate">{{cite web |url = http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=0d14c76aa6b12310VgnVCM1000003dd60f89RCRD&vgnextchannel=a48832d0b6d1e310VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD |title = Weather Expectations |website = toronto.ca |publisher = City of Toronto |access-date = September 20, 2015 |archive-url = https://web.archive.org/web/20150909015931/http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=0d14c76aa6b12310VgnVCM1000003dd60f89RCRD&vgnextchannel=a48832d0b6d1e310VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD |archive-date = September 9, 2015 |df = mdy-all }}</ref> During the winter months, temperatures are usually below {{convert|0|C|F|0|abbr=on}}.<ref name="climate" /> Toronto winters sometimes feature cold snaps when maximum temperatures remain below {{convert|-10|C|F|0|abbr=on}}, often made to feel colder by wind chill. Occasionally, they can drop below {{convert|-25|C|F|0|abbr=on}}.<ref name="climate" /> Snowstorms, sometimes mixed with ice and rain, can disrupt work and travel schedules, while accumulating snow can fall anytime from November until mid-April. However, mild stretches also occur in most winters, melting accumulated snow. The summer months are characterized by very warm temperatures.<ref name="climate" /> Daytime temperatures are usually above {{convert|20|C|F|0|abbr=on}}, and often rise above {{convert|30|C|F|0|abbr=on}}.<ref name="climate" /> However, they can occasionally surpass {{convert|35|C|F|0|abbr=on}} accompanied by high humidity. Spring and autumn are transitional seasons with generally mild or cool temperatures with alternating dry and wet periods.<ref name="climatedriverv3" /> Daytime temperatures average around {{convert|10|to|12|C|F|0|abbr=on}} during these seasons.<ref name="climate" />
 
 
Precipitation is fairly evenly distributed throughout the year, but summer is usually the wettest season, the bulk falling during thunderstorms. The average yearly precipitation is about {{convert|831|mm|in|1|abbr=on}}, with an average annual snowfall of about {{convert|1220|mm|in|0|abbr=on}}. Toronto experiences an average of 2,066 sunshine hours or 45% of daylight hours, varying between a low of 28% in December to 60% in July.
 
 
==Government and military==
 
==Government and military==
{{Main|Monarchy of Indradhanush|Parliament of Indradhanush}}
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{{Main|Monarchy of Indradhanush|Parliament of Indradhanush|Privy Council of Indradhanush}}
  
[[File:Chandrachur Basu-P1.jpg|thumb|196x196px|Chandrachur Basu, the current [[Monarchy of Indradhanush|Monarch of Indradhanush]]]]
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The Kingdom of Indradhanush is an [[w:Absolute monarchy|absolute monarchy]]. As the nation follows the Westminster model of Parliamentary democracy despite the executive under the [[Monarchy of Indradhanush|monarch]] playing a largely significant role in the decision making process, there exists the three pillars of democracy - executive, legislature and judiciary as written in the Constitution of Indradhanush.[[File:Wisea Flag.jpg|alt=|left|thumb|185x185px|James Roberts, 1st Duke of Swivelter, the current [[Prime Minister of Indradhanush]].]][[File:Chandrachur Basu-P1.jpg|thumb|196x196px|Chandrachur Basu, the current [[Monarchy of Indradhanush|Monarch of Indradhanush]]]]The monarch is the executive head of state and is also considered as a co-head of government especially considering their role in the government and the matters related to the cabinet.
[[File:Wisea Flag.jpg|alt=|left|thumb|185x185px|Wisest, 1st Duke of Swivelter, the current [[Prime Minister of Indradhanush]].]]
 
<br />[[File:Coat of arms of Chandrachur Basu as King of Indradhanush.svg|thumb|Coat of arms of Chandrachur Basu as King of Indradhanush|186x186px]]The Kingdom of Indradhanush is an [[w:Absolute monarchy|absolute monarchy]]. As the nation follows the Westminster model of Parliamentary democracy despite the executive under the [[Monarchy of Indradhanush|monarch]] playing a largely significant role in the decision making process, there exists the three pillars of democracy - executive, legislature and judiciary as written in the Constitution of Indradhanush.
 
 
 
The monarch is the executive head of state and is also considered as a co-head of government especially considering their role in the government and the matters related to the cabinet.
 
  
 
The Prime Minister of Indradhanush is the head of government of Indradhanush who serves as the principal representative of the monarch to the government's business. The prime minister is actually the leader of the party in majority or coalition in the [[Parliament of Indradhanush]] to which the members are elected through a direct election. The prime minister leads an union council of ministers, which comprises of the union cabinet and the other ministers and serves as a body of collective responsibility. The monarch appoints the prime minister upon being pleased that the individual to be appointed as the prime minister commands a simple majority of his people in terms of the members in the parliament. The prime minister can be removed through a vote of no-confidence motion in the parliament.
 
The Prime Minister of Indradhanush is the head of government of Indradhanush who serves as the principal representative of the monarch to the government's business. The prime minister is actually the leader of the party in majority or coalition in the [[Parliament of Indradhanush]] to which the members are elected through a direct election. The prime minister leads an union council of ministers, which comprises of the union cabinet and the other ministers and serves as a body of collective responsibility. The monarch appoints the prime minister upon being pleased that the individual to be appointed as the prime minister commands a simple majority of his people in terms of the members in the parliament. The prime minister can be removed through a vote of no-confidence motion in the parliament.
  
 
The Privy Council of Indradhanush or ''His/ Her Majesty's Privy Council'' is a formal body of advisers to the monarch of Indradhanush and its membership comprises of the senior royalties, senior politicians from the government and the opposition, chiefs of defence bodies, senior diplomats and influential figures within the nation. The institution's main function is to provide a non-binding advice to the monarch in their exercising of powers and duties of the Throne or on any matter which may be brought by the monarch to their attention. The members of the council are referred to as Privy Councillors of the monarch.
 
The Privy Council of Indradhanush or ''His/ Her Majesty's Privy Council'' is a formal body of advisers to the monarch of Indradhanush and its membership comprises of the senior royalties, senior politicians from the government and the opposition, chiefs of defence bodies, senior diplomats and influential figures within the nation. The institution's main function is to provide a non-binding advice to the monarch in their exercising of powers and duties of the Throne or on any matter which may be brought by the monarch to their attention. The members of the council are referred to as Privy Councillors of the monarch.
 
===Legislature===
 
{{main|Legislature|Parliament of Indradhanush}}
 
 
[[File:Parliament of Indradhanush.jpg|thumb|Logo of the [[Parliament of Indradhanush]]|199x199px]]The legislature of Indradhanush is a unicameral body referred to as the [[Parliament of Indradhanush]]. The parliament is the sole law making institution within the nation and is comprised of the citizens of the nation. The membership of the parliament is based on proportional representation and the constituencies are the 3 territories of Indradhanush, that is Wisea, Hibernia and Chandril City. The main purpose of the legislature is to formulate laws, budgets, bills, etc. for the progress and well-being of the people and the nation. The prime minister is the chief representative of the monarch and the government in the house of the legislature and is the leader of the house, and is chosen amongst the citizens by the Monarch.
 
  
 
===Executive===
 
===Executive===
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The monarch is the executive head of state and is also considered as a co-head of government especially considering their role in the government and the matters related to the cabinet. The current monarch of Indradhanush is Chandrachur I. The Prime Minister of Indradhanush is the head of government of Indradhanush who serves as the principal representative of the monarch to the government's business. The prime minister is actually the leader of the party in majority or coalition in the [[Parliament of Indradhanush]] to which the members are elected through a direct election. The prime minister leads an union council of ministers, which comprises of the union cabinet and the other ministers and serves as a body of collective responsibility. The monarch appoints the prime minister upon being pleased that the individual to be appointed as the prime minister commands a simple majority of his people in terms of the members in the parliament. The prime minister can be removed through a vote of no-confidence motion in the parliament.[[File:Supreme Court of Indradhanush.jpg|thumb|Supreme Court of Indradhanush]]
 
The monarch is the executive head of state and is also considered as a co-head of government especially considering their role in the government and the matters related to the cabinet. The current monarch of Indradhanush is Chandrachur I. The Prime Minister of Indradhanush is the head of government of Indradhanush who serves as the principal representative of the monarch to the government's business. The prime minister is actually the leader of the party in majority or coalition in the [[Parliament of Indradhanush]] to which the members are elected through a direct election. The prime minister leads an union council of ministers, which comprises of the union cabinet and the other ministers and serves as a body of collective responsibility. The monarch appoints the prime minister upon being pleased that the individual to be appointed as the prime minister commands a simple majority of his people in terms of the members in the parliament. The prime minister can be removed through a vote of no-confidence motion in the parliament.[[File:Supreme Court of Indradhanush.jpg|thumb|Supreme Court of Indradhanush]]
 
===Judiciary===
 
===Judiciary===
Indradhanush has a one tier unitary independent judiciary comprising of the Supreme Court of Indradhanush, headed by the Chief Justice of Indradhanush. The Chief Justice is appointed by the [[Monarchy of Indradhanush|Monarch]]. The supreme court has original jurisdiction over cases involving fundamental rights and over disputes between people and the government. It has the power to strike down the laws which contravene the constitution, and invalidate any government action it deems unconstitutional. The current Chief Justice of Indradhanush is John Lakes.
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Indradhanush has a one tier unitary independent judiciary comprising of the Supreme Court of Indradhanush, headed by the Chief Justice of Indradhanush. The Chief Justice is appointed by the [[Monarchy of Indradhanush|Monarch]]. The supreme court has original jurisdiction over cases involving fundamental rights and over disputes between people and the government. It has the power to strike down the laws which contravene the constitution, and invalidate any government action it deems unconstitutional. The current Chief Justice of Indradhanush is John Lakes.{{multiple image
 
 
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===Foreign Relations===
 
===Foreign Relations===
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The Kingdom tries to keep its foreign policy as neutral as possible, and solve conflicts and disputes diplomatically. The nations is a signatory of the [[Wrythe Convention]] as well as other conventions and strictly adheres to its terms and conditions while maintaining diplomatic relations.
 
The Kingdom tries to keep its foreign policy as neutral as possible, and solve conflicts and disputes diplomatically. The nations is a signatory of the [[Wrythe Convention]] as well as other conventions and strictly adheres to its terms and conditions while maintaining diplomatic relations.
  
The nation is a member of the [[Micronational Assembly]] and helped in the formation of the MID Act<ref name=":1">Chandrachur Basu, 10 March 2021 [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1n3vnz5nO4HnKfZnvJN4s5JE9dd00kVOmO9A6WtiDPxA/edit Micronational Assembly MID Act]</ref>. It is also an observer in the [[Cupertino Alliance]].<br />
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The nation is a member of the [[Micronational Assembly]] from 29 March [[2021]] and helped in the formation of the MID Act<ref name=":02" />. It was an [[Cupertino Alliance#Observer States|observer]] in the [[Cupertino Alliance]] since 10 September [[2021]] and an observer in the [[Micronational Community of Australia]] since 6 October 2021. It is a member of the [[Cupertino Alliance]] since 13 October 2021, on the occasion of [[w:Maha Asthami|Maha Asthami]], with 7 votes for promotion, 4 votes for expellation and 3 votes to remain observership.
  
 
===Members of the Government===
 
===Members of the Government===
 
{{Main|1st Swivelter Ministry}}
 
{{Main|1st Swivelter Ministry}}
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<center>
 
<center>
 
<gallery widths="150" heights="150" perrow="3">
 
<gallery widths="150" heights="150" perrow="3">
 
File:Chandrachur Basu-P1.jpg|<center>'''HM [[Chandrachur Basu|Chandrachur I]],''' Founder and [[Monarch of Indradhanush]]</center>
 
File:Chandrachur Basu-P1.jpg|<center>'''HM [[Chandrachur Basu|Chandrachur I]],''' Founder and [[Monarch of Indradhanush]]</center>
File:Wisea Flag.jpg|<center>'''Wisest, 1st Duke of Swivelter''', Current [[Prime Minister of Indradhanush]]</center>
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File:Wisea Flag.jpg|<center>'''James Roberts, 1st Duke of Swivelter''', Current [[Prime Minister of Indradhanush]]</center>
File:Nafiz Morshalin Portrait.jpg|<center>'''[[Nafiz Morshalin]], 1st Marquess of Roopchand''', Minister of Defence</center>
 
 
File:FlorilandFlag.jpeg|<center>'''John Lakes, 1st Baron of Wither''', Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Privy Council President</center>
 
File:FlorilandFlag.jpeg|<center>'''John Lakes, 1st Baron of Wither''', Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Privy Council President</center>
 
File:Sir Esty.png|<center>'''[[Esty Carpentieri]],''' Minister of Foreign Affairs</center>
 
File:Sir Esty.png|<center>'''[[Esty Carpentieri]],''' Minister of Foreign Affairs</center>
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==Culture==
 
==Culture==
[[File:Chandril French School.jpg|thumb|Logo of the Chandril French School|alt=]]
 
The culture of the Kingdom of Indradhanush has a strong influence from the culture of India in Chandril City, Canada in Wisea and Ireland in Hibernia. Indradhanush had always played an important role in promoting the three countries' rich culture, traditions, and heritage. [[File:Jalebi.jpg|thumb|200px|Jalebi|link=https://micronations.wiki/wiki/File:Jalebi.jpg|alt=|left]]
 
 
===Education in Indradhanush===
 
===Education in Indradhanush===
The education of Indradhanush is monopolized by the Chandril French School. Its motto is to provide French to many students for free.
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[[File:Chandril French School.jpg|thumb|Logo of the Chandril French School|alt=]]The education of Indradhanush is monopolized by the Chandril French School. Its motto is to provide French to many students for free.
 
===Cuisine in Indradhanush===
 
===Cuisine in Indradhanush===
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[[File:Jalebi.jpg|thumb|200px|Jalebi|link=https://micronations.wiki/wiki/File:Jalebi.jpg|alt=|left]]
 
The '''cuisine in Indradhanush''' consists of a variety of regional and traditional cuisines native to the [[w:Indian subcontinent|Indian subcontinent]]<ref>Master Class. [https://www.masterclass.com/articles/all-about-indian-cuisine-the-most-popular-dishes-and-where-to-start#what-the-most-popular-indian-dishes A Comprehensive Guide to Indian Cuisine]</ref>. Most of the cuisines consist of locally available [[w:spice|spices]], [[w:herb|herbs]], [[w:vegetables|vegetables]] and [[w:fruits|fruits]]. The cuisine is also highly influenced by [[w:Bengali cuisine|Bengali cuisines]]<ref>NDTV Food. [https://food.ndtv.com/lists/10-best-bengali-recipes-695796 Top Bengali Recipes.]</ref>. Some ingredients commonly found in the dishes include: [[w:rice|rice]], [[w:wheat|wheat]], [[w:ginger|ginger]], [[w:chilly pepper|green chillies]] and [[w:spice|spices]].[[File:Chicken-Biryani resized.jpg|thumb|right|200px|Chicken Biryani|link=https://micronations.wiki/wiki/File:Chicken-Biryani_resized.jpg]]Some of the most famous dishes in Indradhanush are as follows:
 
The '''cuisine in Indradhanush''' consists of a variety of regional and traditional cuisines native to the [[w:Indian subcontinent|Indian subcontinent]]<ref>Master Class. [https://www.masterclass.com/articles/all-about-indian-cuisine-the-most-popular-dishes-and-where-to-start#what-the-most-popular-indian-dishes A Comprehensive Guide to Indian Cuisine]</ref>. Most of the cuisines consist of locally available [[w:spice|spices]], [[w:herb|herbs]], [[w:vegetables|vegetables]] and [[w:fruits|fruits]]. The cuisine is also highly influenced by [[w:Bengali cuisine|Bengali cuisines]]<ref>NDTV Food. [https://food.ndtv.com/lists/10-best-bengali-recipes-695796 Top Bengali Recipes.]</ref>. Some ingredients commonly found in the dishes include: [[w:rice|rice]], [[w:wheat|wheat]], [[w:ginger|ginger]], [[w:chilly pepper|green chillies]] and [[w:spice|spices]].[[File:Chicken-Biryani resized.jpg|thumb|right|200px|Chicken Biryani|link=https://micronations.wiki/wiki/File:Chicken-Biryani_resized.jpg]]Some of the most famous dishes in Indradhanush are as follows:
  
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*[[w:Tandoor|Tandoori]] ''(non-vegetarian)''
 
*[[w:Tandoor|Tandoori]] ''(non-vegetarian)''
  
Apart from main course dishes, it has a wide range of street foods, including [[w:Chaat|chaat]], [[w:Panipuri|panipuri]], [[w:Samosa|samosa]], [[w:Kachori|kachori]], etc. and a wide range of deserts and sweets including [[w:Curd (India)|dahi]], [[w:Halva|halwa]], [[w:Rasgulla|rasgullas]], [[w:Jalebi|jalebi]]. Foreign cuisines also have a wide range of influence on the food in Chandril City. Chinese-origin dishes like [[w:Chow mein|Chowmein]], [[w:Momo (food)|momos]], [[w:Noodle|noodles]]; Italian-origin [[w:Pasta|pasta]], [[w:Pizza|pizza]]; [[w:Hamburger|hamburger]], [[w:Hot dog|hot dog]], [[w:Pancake|pancake]], etc. are widely liked by the people..
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Apart from main course dishes, it has a wide range of street foods, including [[w:Chaat|chaat]], [[w:Panipuri|panipuri]], [[w:Samosa|samosa]], [[w:Kachori|kachori]], etc. and a wide range of deserts and sweets including [[w:Curd (India)|dahi]], [[w:Halva|halwa]], [[w:Rasgulla|rasgullas]], [[w:Jalebi|jalebi]]. Foreign cuisines also have a wide range of influence on the food in [[Chandril City]]. Chinese-origin dishes like [[w:Chow mein|Chowmein]], [[w:Momo (food)|momos]], [[w:Noodle|noodles]]; Italian-origin [[w:Pasta|pasta]], [[w:Pizza|pizza]]; [[w:Hamburger|hamburger]], [[w:Hot dog|hot dog]], [[w:Pancake|pancake]], etc. are widely liked by the people..
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
  
 
*[[Monarchy of Indradhanush]]
 
*[[Monarchy of Indradhanush]]
*[[Flag of the Kingdom of Indradhanush]]
 
 
*[[Foreign relations of Indradhanush]]
 
*[[Foreign relations of Indradhanush]]
 
*[[Orders, decorations, and medals of Indradhanush|National honours of Indradhanush]]
 
*[[Orders, decorations, and medals of Indradhanush|National honours of Indradhanush]]
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
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Latest revision as of 16:07, 17 October 2021

Flag of Indradhanush
Flag
Coat of arms of Indradhanush
Coat of arms
Motto: Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam
The world is one family.
Anthem: National Anthem of Indradhanush (Pathe Ebar Namo Sathi)[a]

Capital
and largest city
Chandril City
Official languagesEnglish
Hindi
Bengali
ReligionNo official state religion
DemonymIndradhanushians
GovernmentAbsolute monarchy
• Monarch
Chandrachur I (current)
• Privy Council President
Viscount of Adamore
James Roberts
• Chief Justice of Indradhanush
Monarch of Indradhanush
• Speaker of Parliament
Esty Carpentieri
Establishment
• Independence of Indradhanush
13 February 2021
• Name change to Kingdom of Indradhanush
30 July 2021[1]
Area
• Total
0.1 km2 (0.039 sq mi)
• Water (%)
10
Population
• 2021 census
8 citizen
CurrencyIndian rupee (INR ₹ [b])
Time zoneUTC+05:30 (IST)[2]
DST was not observed
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy
Drives on theleft
Calling code+91[3]

The Kingdom of Indradhanush (in-dra-dha-nush About this sound (Listen) ) lit. Rainbow (Hindi: इंद्रधनुष राज्य , Bengali: ইন্দ্রধনুষ রাজ্য ), more commonly known as simply Indradhanush or informally Rainbow[c], is a sovereign state[d], called a micronation by external observers, consisting of multiple non-contiguous pieces of land, with its mainland located within Bengaluru, India. It was founded on 13 February 2021. The Kingdom's form of government is an absolute monarchy, defined by the Constitution of Indradhanush. It was solely based on a monarchy as it is the most common government system within micronationalism. The mainland consists of one city—the capital and most populous Chandril City. It also has a Special Administrative Region called Wisea.

The locality in which Indradhanush is located (Kudlu) first emerged when Jyothi Labs set up a factory for their famous brand, Ujala. The factory was eventually demolished due to environmental concerns. The construction of the factory led to the creation of various pharmacies and clinics. Due to Kudlu having various empty plots, BBMP decided to set up a waste management factory, known as KCDC. Zee Learn Ltd later set up a Mount Litera Zee School. Eventually, Kudlu became more and more residential. The residents started to protest about the stench from the KCDC Compost plant. Various outdoor activities have been suspended in the Mount Litera Zee School, Kudlu due to it.[4][5] .

The nation is a member of the Micronational Assembly from 29 March 2021 and helped in the formation of the MID Act[6]. It was an observer in the Cupertino Alliance since 10 September 2021 and is an observer in the Micronational Community of Australia since 6 October 2021. It is a member of the Cupertino Alliance since 13 October 2021, on the occasion of Maha Asthami, with 7 votes for promotion, 4 votes for expellation and 3 votes to remain observership.

Etmyology

A photo of a rainbow taken in India

The name "Indradhanush" was derived from the Hindi word of the same name meaning a rainbow. The name was proposed on 11 February 2020, by Chandrachur Basu.

Indradhanush can though be written as the conjoined words of "Indra" and "Dhanush". Indra, referring to the ancient Vedic deity in Hinduism. He is the king of Svarga (Heaven) and the Devas (gods). He is associated with lightning, thunder, storms, rains, river flows and war.[7][8][9] Indra's mythology and powers are similar to other Indo-European deities such as Jupiter, Perun, Perkunas, Zalmoxis, Taranis, Zeus, and Thor, suggesting a common origin in Proto-Indo-European mythology.[9][10][11] and Dhanush meaning Bow in Hindi. So Indradhanush means Indra's bow.

Official Names

  • 13 February 2021 - 30 July 2021 - State of Indradhanush
  • 30 July 2021[1] - present day - Kingdom of Indradhanush

The unofficial microcode of the Kingdom of Indradhanush is IH. KOI and COI are also used sometimes.

History

The State of Indradhanush

The State of Indradhanush declared independence on 13 February 2021.

Basu I

Painting by Jacques-Louis David on the Coronation of Napoleon Bonaparte on 2nd December 1805. This painting is used as Indradhanush propaganda for the coronation of Basu I. Basu is the "Napoleon" who crowns himself. The people refers to the MicroWiki and the micronational community watching eagerly.
Coronation

The coronation of Chandrachur Basu happened on 13 February 2021. It was a solemn ceremony due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He decided to adopt his surname as his regnal name. The full style of him after his coronation is:-

"His Majesty Basu I, of the State of Indradhanush, Sovereign of Chandril City, Carreville and Gadinagar, Defender of the Constitution and all faiths, Sovereign of the Privy Council, Supreme Commander of the Army, Navy and Airforce of Indradhanush, Sovereign and Grand Master of Order of Chandrachur I"

After Coronation

After the coronation, Basu I went to work. He immediately started to construct Indradhanush and its government. Under his reign, Hibernia was annexed. The diplomatic sphere was expanded. On one fine Sunday, the server of Indradhanush was raided. He couldn't do anything since his laptop was on charge at that time. He dealt with it the next day. He later said that this was the result of his karma and Newton's 3rd Law of Motion. He applied for the GUM for observership and the CA for membership.

Abdication

He abdicated on 24th February 2021, after ruling for just 11 days due to his failure of admitting Indradhanush into the GUM due to his past actions. He declared that fellow Privy Council, Aircraft[e], be the next king.

Aircraft I

Succession

Aircraft, became the King of Indradhanush on the same day.

The Announcement

The announcement was the first and only declaration by His Majesty Aircraft, he announced,

Indradhanush is no longer a nation situated within Asia. It is now a nation with a global presence.

— His Majesty Aircraft I on the #announcements channel in Indradhanush, 25 February 2021

This was a major change from the isolationist domestic and foreign policy that the country was following.

Coup d'état by Basu

On 26 February 2021, Chandrachur Basu did a coup d'état on HM Aircraft I and crowned himself King of Indradhanush.

Basu II

The Emperor Napoleon in His Study at the Tuileries by Jacques- Louis David. This photo is used as symbolic of the second Basu reign.
After the Coup'd'etat

Chandrachur Basu was impressed with the announcement that Aircraft made. He was forced to agree and changed the foreign policy of Indradhanush.

Prosperous Era

This era was the prosperous or the golden era of Indradhanush. Under this, major reforms were done by Chandrachur I such as the merger of Wisea into Indradhanush, annexation of Hibernia, creation of the orders, decorations, and medals of Indradhanush etc. He appointed Zarel Smith as Prime Minister. He also applied for the Micronational Assembly and proposed the MID Act[12].

Nowacki Crisis
Zarel Smith was Prime Minister of Indradhanush in the Prosperous Era (including the Nowacki Crisis) and the Dark Ages.

Chandrachur I, decided to take a break as he had exams within a few days. He decided he needed a regent for a temporary basis. So, in the night, he appointed Michal Nowacki, as King of Indradhanush by taking the following announcement:-

I declare His Excellency Nowacki as King of Indradhanush till further notice.

— His Majesty Chandrachur I on the #announcements channel in Indradhanush

This ultimately backfired as Nowacki immediately resigned. Queensland blacklisted Chandrachur I. It was considered as a diplomatic failure from Indradhanush, and specifically, Chandrachur.

Dark Ages or the Regency Era

The Dark Ages or the Regency Era began right after the Nowacki Crisis. Chandrachur Basu decided to propose an impeachment motion against himself in the Privy Council of Indradhanush. The vote went like this:-

Vote for removal of His Majesty Chandrachur I
Motion Votes Percentage
Aye 1

Members:-

33.33%
No 0 0%
Abstain 2

Members are:-

  • Aircraft (later known as Sam Rens)
  • John Lakes
66.67%
Total 3 100%

It was eventually decided to appoint John Lakes as the next king. The first thing he did was dissolve the nation[13]. The reason he gave was that he was more involved in his own nation, the Republic of Floriland.

(From left to right: Portrait of Nafiz Morshalin, Nabin Mutakin and James Roberts, the Prime Ministers appointed in the Revival Era)

The Kingdom of Indradhanush or the Revival Era

Note: This section will remain cursory until the era draws to a close.

On 30 July 2021, Chandrachur Basu decided to revive the country. He finished his coronation ceremony in the country of NoboBangla. He then passed a royal decree[1] which appointed Nafiz Morshalin, replacing Zarel Smith as the Prime Minister of Indradhanush. He resigned after 4 days becoming the shortest-term serving PM. He suggested that his brother serve as Prime Minister. Chandrachur Basu agreed and hence, Nabin Mutakin became the Prime Minister of Indradhanush.

His Majesty Chandrachur I then passed a royal decree on 11 August 2021[14], highlighting the goals of the nation. He then passed a huge royal decree on 16 August 2021[15], containing 20 points. It is the longest royal decree ever passed in Indradhanush. On 7 September 2021, Chandrachur Basu passed a royal decree introducing the concept of ambassadors to the country[16]. Indradhanush became an observer in the Cupertino Alliance on 10 September 2021, with 14 supports, 3 opposes and 2 abstentions. On 11 September 2021, in a surprise announcement, His Majesty Chandrachur Basu changed the Prime Minister to James Roberts. On 16 September 2021, he completed 200 days of his reign as Monarch of Indradhanush.

The 1st Swivelter Ministry was announced by Chandrachur Basu on 23 September 2021[17]. It is the largest cabinet formed in Indradhanush and consisted of 6 cabinet ministers. On 25 September 2021, the country inaugurated the current flag adopted. It is made by Stefan Marius Snagoveanu and combined the flag of Lowenia and the previous flag. The country is currently on vote for promoting its status in the Cupertino Alliance from observer to member.

Indradhanush then went on a diplomatic spree by signing diplomatic treaties with 3 micronations in 3 days. It signed a treaty with Winterspell on 5 October[18], Salanda on 6 October 2021[19] and Arsalania on 7 October 2021[20]. Each of the treaties were unique. Winterspell is the first American nation to recognize Indradhanush. It was also their first diplomatic interaction. On 7 October 2021, His Majesty Chandrachur I of Indradhanush, His Majesty Petrus I of Winterspell and the Prime Minister of Winterspell had a informal summit. Salanda is the first British nation to recognize the nation. Arsalania is the first Pakistani and ASAM micronation to recognize Indradhanush.. The relations with all the nations currently are amicable.

It eventually became a member of the Cupertino Alliance on 13 October 2021, on the occasion of Maha Asthami, with 7 votes for promotion, 4 votes for expellation and 3 votes to remain observership. On the same day, Hibernia was reorganized as the merger of Carreville.jpgCarreville and Gadinagar.jpgGadinagar.

Administrative Regions

Administrative Regions of Indradhanush
Flag Full Name Shortcode Shortname Capital Macronational Location Population Languages spoken Representative
Chandril City.jpg The Royal Territorial Division of Chandril City CCY Chandril Chandril City  India 5 Hindi, Bengali, English Chandrachur I
The Territory of Hibernia HBA Hibernia Carrenagar 0 English
Wisea Flag.jpg The Special Administrative Region of Wisea WSA Wisea Wisea City  United Kingdom 3 English, French John Lakes

Climate of Indradhanush

Chandril City and Hibernia

Chandril City and Hibernia, is located in the city of Bangalore and hence has a tropical savanna climate (Köppen climate classification Aw) with distinct wet and dry seasons. Due to its high elevation due to the Nandi Hills, Chandril City usually enjoys a more moderate climate throughout the year, although occasional heat waves can make summer somewhat uncomfortable.[21] The coolest month is January with an average low temperature of 15.1 °C (59.2 °F) and the hottest month is April with an average high temperature of 35 °C (95 °F).[22] The highest temperature ever recorded in Bangalore is 39.2 °C (103 °F) (recorded on 24 April 2016) as there was a strong El Niño in 2016.[23] There were also unofficial records of 41 °C (106 °F) on that day. The lowest ever recorded is 7.8 °C (46 °F) in January 1884.[24][25] Winter temperatures rarely drop below 14 °C (57 °F), and summer temperatures seldom exceed 36 °C (97 °F). Chandril City receives rainfall from both the northeast and the southwest monsoons as well as from cyclones that attack the Tamil Nadu coast, for example Cyclone Gaja. The wettest months are September, October and August, in that order.[22] The summer heat is moderated by fairly frequent thunderstorms, which occasionally cause power outages and local flooding. Most of the rainfall occurs during late afternoon/evening or night and rain before noon is infrequent. November 2015 (290.4 mm) was recorded as one of the wettest months in Bangalore with heavy rains causing severe flooding in some areas, and closure of a number of organisations for over a couple of days.[26] The heaviest rainfall recorded in a 24-hour period is 179 millimetres (7 in) recorded on 1 October 1997.[27]

Climate data for Chandril City and Hibernia
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Record high °C (°F) 32.8
(91)
35.9
(96.6)
37.3
(99.1)
38.3
(100.9)
38.9
(102)
38.1
(100.6)
33.3
(91.9)
33.3
(91.9)
33.3
(91.9)
32.4
(90.3)
31.7
(89.1)
31.1
(88)
38.9
(102)
Average high °C (°F) 27.9
(82.2)
30.7
(87.3)
33.1
(91.6)
34.0
(93.2)
33.3
(91.9)
29.6
(85.3)
28.3
(82.9)
27.8
(82)
28.6
(83.5)
28.2
(82.8)
27.2
(81)
26.5
(79.7)
29.6
(85.3)
Average low °C (°F) 15.8
(60.4)
17.5
(63.5)
20.0
(68)
22.0
(71.6)
21.7
(71.1)
20.4
(68.7)
19.9
(67.8)
19.8
(67.6)
19.8
(67.6)
19.6
(67.3)
18.0
(64.4)
16.2
(61.2)
19.2
(66.6)
Record low °C (°F) 7.8
(46)
9.4
(48.9)
11.1
(52)
14.4
(57.9)
16.7
(62.1)
16.7
(62.1)
16.1
(61)
14.4
(57.9)
15.0
(59)
13.2
(55.8)
9.6
(49.3)
8.9
(48)
7.8
(46)
Average Rainfall mm (inches) 1.9
(0.075)
5.4
(0.213)
18.5
(0.728)
41.5
(1.634)
107.4
(4.228)
106.5
(4.193)
112.9
(4.445)
147.0
(5.787)
212.8
(8.378)
168.3
(6.626)
48.9
(1.925)
15.7
(0.618)
986.9
(38.854)
Average relative humidity (%) 41 32 29 35 47 62 65 67 64 65 61 53 52
Average rainy days 0.2 0.4 1.1 3.1 6.7 6.2 7.2 9.9 9.8 8.3 3.8 1.4 58.1
Sunshine hours 262.3 247.6 271.4 257.0 241.1 136.8 111.8 114.3 143.6 173.1 190.2 211.7 2,360.9
Source no. 1: IMD[28][29]
Source no. 2: NOAA (sun: 1971–1990)[30]

Wisea

Wisea is located in Glasgow in Scotland. Despite its northerly latitude, similar to that of Moscow, Wisea's climate is classified as oceanic (Köppen Cfb). Data is available online for 3 official weather stations in Glasgow: Paisley, Abbotsinch and Bishopton. All are located to the west of the city, in neighbouring Renfrewshire.

Owing to its westerly position and proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, Glasgow is one of Scotland's milder areas. Winter temperatures are usually higher than in most places of equal latitude away from the UK, due to the warming influence of the Gulf Stream. However, this results in less distinct seasons as compared to continental Western Europe. At Paisley, the annual precipitation averages 1,245 millimetres (49.0 in). Glasgow has been named as the rainiest city of the United Kingdom, having an average of 170 days of rain a year.[31][32]

Winters are cool and overcast, with a January mean of 5.0 °C (41.0 °F), though lows sometimes fall below freezing. Since 2000 Glasgow has experienced few very cold, snowy and harsh winters where temperatures have fallen much below freezing. The most extreme instances have however seen temperatures around −12 °C (10 °F) in the area. Snowfall accumulation is infrequent and short-lived. The spring months (March to May) are usually mild and often quite pleasant. Many of Glasgow's trees and plants begin to flower at this time of the year and parks and gardens are filled with spring colours.

During the summer months (June to August) the weather can vary considerably from day to day, ranging from relatively cool and wet to quite warm with the odd sunny day. Long dry spells of warm weather are generally quite scarce. Overcast and humid conditions without rain are frequent. Generally the weather pattern is quite unsettled and erratic during these months, with only occasional heatwaves. The warmest month is usually July, with average highs above 20 °C (68 °F). Summer days can occasionally reach up to 27 °C (81 °F), and very rarely exceed 30 °C (86 °F). Autumns are generally cool to mild with increasing precipitation. During early autumn there can be some settled periods of weather and it can feel pleasant with mild temperatures and some sunny days.

The official Met Office data series goes back to 1959 and shows that there only have been a few warm and no hot summers in Glasgow, in stark contrast to areas further south in Great Britain and eastwards in Europe. The warmest month on record in the data series is July 2006, with an average high of 22.7 °C (72.9 °F) and low of 13.7 °C (56.7 °F).[33] Even this extreme event only matched a normal summer on similar parallels in continental Europe, underlining the maritime influences. The coldest month on record since the data series began is December 2010, during a severe cold wave affecting the British Isles. Even then, the December high was above freezing at 1.6 °C (34.9 °F) with the low of −4.4 °C (24.1 °F).[33] This still ensured Glasgow's coldest month of 2010 remained milder than the isotherm of −3 °C (27 °F) normally used to determine continental climate normals.

Temperature extremes have ranged from −19.9 °C (−4 °F), at Abbotsinch in December 1995 to[34]31.9 °C (89 °F) at Bishopton in June 2018.[35]

Climate data for Wisea, elevation: 16 m (52 ft), 1981–2010 normals, extremes 1959–present
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Record high °C (°F) 13.5
(56.3)
14.4
(57.9)
17.2
(63)
24.4
(75.9)
26.5
(79.7)
29.6
(85.3)
30.0
(86)
31.0
(87.8)
26.7
(80.1)
22.8
(73)
17.7
(63.9)
14.1
(57.4)
Average high °C (°F) 6.9
(44.4)
7.4
(45.3)
9.6
(49.3)
12.6
(54.7)
15.9
(60.6)
18.1
(64.6)
19.7
(67.5)
19.2
(66.6)
16.4
(61.5)
12.7
(54.9)
9.4
(48.9)
6.9
(44.4)
12.9
(55.2)
Daily mean °C (°F) 4.4
(39.9)
4.6
(40.3)
6.3
(43.3)
8.7
(47.7)
11.6
(52.9)
14.1
(57.4)
15.9
(60.6)
15.5
(59.9)
13.1
(55.6)
9.7
(49.5)
6.7
(44.1)
4.3
(39.7)
9.6
(49.3)
Average low °C (°F) 1.8
(35.2)
1.8
(35.2)
3.0
(37.4)
4.8
(40.6)
7.3
(45.1)
10.1
(50.2)
12.0
(53.6)
11.7
(53.1)
9.7
(49.5)
6.7
(44.1)
4.0
(39.2)
1.7
(35.1)
6.2
(43.2)
Record low °C (°F) -14.8
(5.4)
-7.5
(18.5)
-8.3
(17.1)
-4.4
(24.1)
-1.1
(30)
1.5
(34.7)
3.9
(39)
2.2
(36)
-0.2
(31.6)
-3.5
(25.7)
-6.8
(19.8)
-14.5
(5.9)
-14.8
(5.4)
Average Rainfall mm (inches) 148.2
(5.835)
104.6
(4.118)
112.3
(4.421)
63.6
(2.504)
67.5
(2.657)
66.4
(2.614)
73.0
(2.874)
92.5
(3.642)
112.5
(4.429)
143.1
(5.634)
126.4
(4.976)
135.2
(5.323)
1,245.3
(49.028)
Average rainy days (≥ 1.0 mm) 17.3 13.2 14.9 11.6 11.9 11.1 12.0 12.8 13.8 16.8 16.0 15.5 167.0
Sunshine hours 37.6 66.9 98.6 134.5 180.1 158.9 154.3 146.8 114.9 85.2 54.0 33.1 1,265.0
Source no. 1: Met Office [36]
Source no. 2: KNMI/Royal Dutch Meteorological Institute[37]

Government and military

The Kingdom of Indradhanush is an absolute monarchy. As the nation follows the Westminster model of Parliamentary democracy despite the executive under the monarch playing a largely significant role in the decision making process, there exists the three pillars of democracy - executive, legislature and judiciary as written in the Constitution of Indradhanush.

James Roberts, 1st Duke of Swivelter, the current Prime Minister of Indradhanush.
Chandrachur Basu, the current Monarch of Indradhanush

The monarch is the executive head of state and is also considered as a co-head of government especially considering their role in the government and the matters related to the cabinet.

The Prime Minister of Indradhanush is the head of government of Indradhanush who serves as the principal representative of the monarch to the government's business. The prime minister is actually the leader of the party in majority or coalition in the Parliament of Indradhanush to which the members are elected through a direct election. The prime minister leads an union council of ministers, which comprises of the union cabinet and the other ministers and serves as a body of collective responsibility. The monarch appoints the prime minister upon being pleased that the individual to be appointed as the prime minister commands a simple majority of his people in terms of the members in the parliament. The prime minister can be removed through a vote of no-confidence motion in the parliament.

The Privy Council of Indradhanush or His/ Her Majesty's Privy Council is a formal body of advisers to the monarch of Indradhanush and its membership comprises of the senior royalties, senior politicians from the government and the opposition, chiefs of defence bodies, senior diplomats and influential figures within the nation. The institution's main function is to provide a non-binding advice to the monarch in their exercising of powers and duties of the Throne or on any matter which may be brought by the monarch to their attention. The members of the council are referred to as Privy Councillors of the monarch.

Executive

The monarch is the executive head of state and is also considered as a co-head of government especially considering their role in the government and the matters related to the cabinet. The current monarch of Indradhanush is Chandrachur I. The Prime Minister of Indradhanush is the head of government of Indradhanush who serves as the principal representative of the monarch to the government's business. The prime minister is actually the leader of the party in majority or coalition in the Parliament of Indradhanush to which the members are elected through a direct election. The prime minister leads an union council of ministers, which comprises of the union cabinet and the other ministers and serves as a body of collective responsibility. The monarch appoints the prime minister upon being pleased that the individual to be appointed as the prime minister commands a simple majority of his people in terms of the members in the parliament. The prime minister can be removed through a vote of no-confidence motion in the parliament.

Supreme Court of Indradhanush

Judiciary

Indradhanush has a one tier unitary independent judiciary comprising of the Supreme Court of Indradhanush, headed by the Chief Justice of Indradhanush. The Chief Justice is appointed by the Monarch. The supreme court has original jurisdiction over cases involving fundamental rights and over disputes between people and the government. It has the power to strike down the laws which contravene the constitution, and invalidate any government action it deems unconstitutional. The current Chief Justice of Indradhanush is John Lakes.

(From left to right: Portrait of His Majesty Chandrachur Basu, Prime Minister James Roberts and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Esty Carpentieri)

Foreign Relations

The Kingdom of Indradhanush has established and maintains diplomatic relations with many other micronations from all over the world. All matters related to diplomacy are administered by the Office of the Chief Diplomat and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The State distinguish two types of diplomatic relations, formal, which are obtained via treaty, and informal, specified by documents of common micronational organizations.

The Kingdom tries to keep its foreign policy as neutral as possible, and solve conflicts and disputes diplomatically. The nations is a signatory of the Wrythe Convention as well as other conventions and strictly adheres to its terms and conditions while maintaining diplomatic relations.

The nation is a member of the Micronational Assembly from 29 March 2021 and helped in the formation of the MID Act[6]. It was an observer in the Cupertino Alliance since 10 September 2021 and an observer in the Micronational Community of Australia since 6 October 2021. It is a member of the Cupertino Alliance since 13 October 2021, on the occasion of Maha Asthami, with 7 votes for promotion, 4 votes for expellation and 3 votes to remain observership.

Members of the Government

National holidays

This list consists of all such occasions that are celebrated in the Kingdom of Indradhanush.

Date Name of the event Description
1 January New Year's Day The first day of the year on the modern Gregorian calendar.
26 January Indian Republic Day Holiday commemorating the establishment of the Republic of India in 1950.
8 March International Women's Day International Women's Day is a global holiday celebrated annually on March 8 to commemorate women's cultural, political, and socioeconomic achievements. It is also a focal point in the women's rights movement, bringing attention to issues such as gender equality, reproductive rights, and violence against women.
29 March Holi Holi is a popular ancient Hindu festival, also known as the "festival of spring", the "festival of colours", and the "festival of love". The festival signifies the triumph of good over evil.
2 April Good Friday Christian holiday commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus and his death at Calvary.
4 April Easter festival and holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead.
15 April Bangla Noboborsho The first day of the year on the Bengali calendar.
1 May International May Day Honors the contributions that workers have made to the country's strength, prosperity, and well-being.
19 May (2021, varies by year) Buddha Purnima Buddhist religious festival celebrated commemorating the birth of the Prince Siddhartha Gautama, later known as the Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism.
24 May (2021, varies by year) Eid al-Fitr Religious Festival celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of the holy month-long dawn-to-sunset fasting of Ramadan

It is also called the Festival of Breaking the Fast.

31 July (2021, varies by year) Eid ul-Zuha Religious festival celebrated by Muslims to honour the willingness of Ibrahim to sacrifice his son Ismael as an act of obedience to God's command.

It is called the Feast of the Sacrifice.

15 August Indian Independence Day Holiday celebrated to commemorate India's becoming an independent nation after 200 years of Imperial British rule.
11-15 October (2021, varies by year) Durga Puja Annual Hindu festival originating in the Indian subcontinent which reveres and pays homage to the Hindu goddess, Durga.
5 November (2021, varies by year) Diwali Generally a 5 day-long Hindu religious festival celebrating to mark the spiritual "victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance".

It is called as the Festival of Lights

19 November (2021, varies by year) Guru Nanak Gurpurab Festival celebrates the birth of the first Sikh guru, Guru Nanak.
25 December Christmas Annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ.

Culture

Education in Indradhanush

Logo of the Chandril French School

The education of Indradhanush is monopolized by the Chandril French School. Its motto is to provide French to many students for free.

Cuisine in Indradhanush

Jalebi

The cuisine in Indradhanush consists of a variety of regional and traditional cuisines native to the Indian subcontinent[38]. Most of the cuisines consist of locally available spices, herbs, vegetables and fruits. The cuisine is also highly influenced by Bengali cuisines[39]. Some ingredients commonly found in the dishes include: rice, wheat, ginger, green chillies and spices.

Chicken Biryani

Some of the most famous dishes in Indradhanush are as follows:

Apart from main course dishes, it has a wide range of street foods, including chaat, panipuri, samosa, kachori, etc. and a wide range of deserts and sweets including dahi, halwa, rasgullas, jalebi. Foreign cuisines also have a wide range of influence on the food in Chandril City. Chinese-origin dishes like Chowmein, momos, noodles; Italian-origin pasta, pizza; hamburger, hot dog, pancake, etc. are widely liked by the people..

See also

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Notes

  1. The original composition is made by Sahil Chowdhury. This version is sung by Calcutta Youth Choir.
  2. It was considered the de facto currency, because all of the economic activities of the nation can be done easily through it.
  3. In reference to its translation of the name and difficulty in pronouncing it in English.
  4. The Kingdom of Indradhanush is considered a de facto part of the Republic of India and United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
  5. See MicroWiki:Pseudonyms