Dharmic International Political Authority

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Dharmic International Political Authority
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Motto
"Peace through unity, unity through Dhamma" (English)
एकतायाम् शान्तिः। धर्मेण एकता॥ (Sanskrit)
Anthem
Heart Sutra (Imee Ooi)
N / A
Capital city Egyptia, DIPA Controlled Territory, FSF
Official language(s) English
Short name DIPA
- High Raja Vidhur
Established 2012
Population 9 (registered) ~2,000,000,00 (All Buddhists, Hindus, Jains, and Sihks are de jure members)
Currency Raam
Time zone GMT (UTC0)
National animal Snow Lion

History

DIPA was formed in 2012 as a reformation of the previous "pan-dharmic" spiritual-political organization Non-territorial Dharmic Nation under Avalokiteshvara by Vidhur.

Government

DIPA is ruled primarily by a dynasty of High Rajas (the current ruling dynasty is the Fleming Dynasty), with semi-sovereigns known as Rajas (Sanskrit: राजा, Nominative singular of राजन्). Rajas have control over sects

Aims

Some of the main aims of DIPA are as follow:

  1. Reconstruct pagan religions
  2. Document, protect, and preserve culture and religions
  3. Protect Dharma
  4. Promote pandharmicism
  5. Promote Meditation
  6. Protect Beyuls and other holy sites

Sects

a sect is a grouping of people (usually religious) governed by first by the High Raja and second by a democratically elected "Minor Raja".