State of Indradhanush

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Flag
Coat of Arms of the State of Indradhanush 2.png
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
• King
John I (last)
Zarel Smith (appointed)
LegislatureParliament of Indradhanush
Establishment
• Independence of Indradhanush
13 February 2021
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)[1]
DST was not observed
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy
Drives on theleft
Calling code+91[2]

The State of Indradhanush lit. Rainbow (in-dra-dha-nush About this sound (Listen) ), more commonly known as simply Indradhanush or informally Rainbow[c], was 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 last King of Indradhanush is John I, The mainland consists of one city—the capital and most populous Chandril City. There is 1 Overseas Territory- Hibernia. It also has a Special Administrative Region called Wisea.

The city in which Indradhanush was located (i.e Bengaluru)'s history dates back to around 890 CE, in a stone inscription found at the Nageshwara Temple in Begur, Bangalore. The Begur inscription is written in Halegannada (ancient Kannada), mentions 'Bengaluru Kalaga' (battle of Bengaluru). It was a significant turning point in the history of Bengaluru as it bears the earliest reference to the name 'Bengaluru'.[3] In 1537 CE, Kempé Gowdā – a feudal ruler under the Vijayanagara Empire – established a mud fort considered to be the foundation of modern Bangalore and its oldest areas, or petes, which exist to the present day. After the fall of Vijayanagar empire in 16th century, the Mughals sold Bangalore to Chikkadevaraja Wodeyar (1673–1704), the then ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore for three lakh rupees.[4] When Haider Ali seized control of the Kingdom of Mysore, the administration of Bangalore passed into his hands. It was captured by the East India Company after victory in the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War (1799), who returned administrative control of the city to the Maharaja of Mysore. The old city developed in the dominions of the Maharaja of Mysore and was made capital of the Princely State of Mysore, which existed as a nominally sovereign entity of the British Raj. In 1809, the British shifted their cantonment to Bangalore, outside the old city, and a town grew up around it, which was governed as part of British India. Following India's independence in 1947, Bangalore became the capital of Mysore State, and remained capital when the new Indian state of Karnataka was formed in 1956. The two urban settlements of Bangalore – city and cantonment – which had developed as independent entities merged into a single urban centre in 1949. The existing Kannada name, Bengaluru, was declared the official name of the city in 2006.

The country has a low Dresner-Linden score due to lack to culture and other things.

Etmyology

A photo of a rainbow taken in India

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

Official Names

  • 13 February 2021 - present day - State of Indradhanush
Flag of Lowenia

History

Republic of Lowenia

The Republic of Lowenia was formed on 2 May 2020 at 1:00 pm (Indian Standard Time). The initial days went in fulfilling the Montevideo Convention.

The constitution of the Republic of Lowenia was made at 28 May 2020. Initially, it had included toys but was later excluded.

The Blackpink Forces are the children of the apartment that the Residence is located. They used to be a part of Lowenia. They eventually got fed up of micronationalism due to the fact they felt that fulfilling the 1933 Montevideo Convention was hard. For them, micronationalism was boring.

Lowenia had 3 battles with the Blackpink Forces (though these weren't official)-

  1. Battle of the Badminton Racquets and the Wooden Planks (Draw)
  2. Battle of Steel Sticks and the Cauliflower Curry (Draw)
  3. Battle of Terrace (RoL loses)

Battle of the Badminton Racquets and the Wooden Planks

The Wooden Planks used by both parties (i.e the Lowenian army and the Blackpink Forces)

The Battle of the Badminton Racquets took place because the children of the apartment where the Residence is located couldn't agree whether to continue Lowenia or play some other game. The boys decided to continue Lowenia while the girls decided they will play "Home Home" or "Teacher Teacher"[e]. The girls decided they will declare war on the Republic of Lowenia.

They formed the Blackpink Forces.

They decided to use their Badminton racquets and some Wooden Planks that they brought from their houses and found in the storeroom of the terrace. The battle began at 4:30 PM (IST). It was a huge battle. The sound of Badminton racquets clashing filled the air. The girls or the Blackpink Forces decided to focus on 1 person, i.e the 2nd boy[f] who was smaller than Chandrachur Basu. They decided to surround him and attack him. The Commander-in-Chief decided to help him and get rid of the Forces surrounding the 2nd boy. Eventually, the 2nd boy fleed to his home and the battle was declared a draw at 5:30 PM.

Battle of the Steel Sticks and the Cauliflower Curry

A similar curry eaten by the Blackpink Forces during the Battle of the Steel Sticks and the Cauliflower Curry
A similar stick fought between the Blackpink Forces and the Lowenian army during the Battle of the Steel Sticks and the Cauliflower Curry

The Battle of the Steel Sticks and the Cauliflower Curry happened a few days after the Battle of the Badminton Racquets and the Wooden Planks. It was the time when Lowenia was expanding its diplomatic sphere by joining MicroWiki. It also expanded by creating a Discord server which helped in the facilliation of online citizens.

Background

There used to be a steel stick in the terrace. The steel stick used to be used as a flagpole. One day, due to rain and pressure, the steel stick snapped in 2, one small and one big, the small was preferred by all. From this battle onwards, Chandrachur Basu alone fought the Blackpink Forces.

Battle

The battle began at 4 PM (IST), the stick was captured by the Lowenian army. The Forces tried to push and pull Basu to get the stick but failed. This repeated for a few minutes, then one of the Forces army members decided to have a break. It was approved by both parties.

The forces then decided to bring curry that was made by one[g] of their mother. After eating, the battle again began. This time, they managed to take the stick and started attacking. Basu tried to take the stick and failed. Eventually, by 5 PM, it was agreed to declare it a draw.

Battle of the Terracium and The Terracium Discussion

The Battle of the Terracium was the final battle between both the parties. This was a huge victory for the Forces.

After few days, the Terracium Discussion between both the parties happened at Terracium.[h] The summary from this discussion are as follows:-

  • Terracium is transferred to Lowenia on the following conditions:-
    1. It will be a public territory as it was before. (the territory is a terrace)
    2. Lowenia can't force the Forces to join it.
    3. The Forces recognize Lowenia as a sovereign country.
  • Lowenia agrees to the following points.
  • The Forces and the Lowenian army was dismantled.

After the Battles

In June, the flag, currency, stamps and anthem were decided.

It was under the leadership of Chandrachur Basu that the nation joined Cupertino Alliance[5][6] in August 2020 and the Association of South Asian Micronations in September.

Before the merger with Vishwamitra, it got approved for membership in ASPAA (the Asia-Pacific Alliance).

On the 18 October 2020, Lowenia merged with the State of Vishwamitra.[7]

Flag of SAR Chandril

SAR Chandril

The Special Administrative Region of Chandril was formed on 18 October 2020 after the former Republic of Lowenia decided to merge with the State of Vishwamitra, following a proposal made by Chandrachur Basu, then serving as the President of Lowenia to the Rashtradhyaksh of Vishwamitra on 17 October 2020. After deliberations been made between the two leaders, the proposal was adopted by a majority by the Conference of Rulers and the Government, following which the merger of the Republic of Lowenia was approved and it became a part of the State as a special administrative region with the name of Chandril.

Initial Days

The initial days of SAR Chandril was really nice. The development of the Chandril MicroWiki page happened really beautifully with the help of the Administrator and the Sovereign. It was considered SAR Chandril would be a beacon of hope for Vishwamitra.

The Rift with the Rashtradhyaksh

Expellation of SAR Chandril


The expellation of SAR Chandril happened when Chandrachur Basu vandalized the MicroWiki page of the State of Vishwamitra, and replaced it with the following text:

Hi Vishwamitra! How are you? I'm fine Let us go! Chalo hum chale Kya kiya jaye Kuch bhi kiya jaye

(means Hi Vishwamitra! How are you? I'm fine Let us go! Let us go, what can we do, we can do anything?)

— Text on the MicroWiki page of Vishwamitra, dated 5 February 2021

After this, the Rashtradhyaksh of Vishwamitra, Dhrubajyoti Roy, convened the Privy Council and discussed on this issue, which then resulted in the expulsion of Chandrachur Basu, and him being declared a persona non grata in accordance to the Vienna Convention.

The Andris Kalnins incidents

The State of Indradhanush

The State of Indradhanush eventually 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
  • John I

Basu I

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[i]. 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[j], be the next king.

Aircraft I

Succession
The Announcement
Coup'd'etat by Basu

Basu II

After the Coup'd'etat
Prosperous Era
Impeachment

John I

Dissolution

Flag

The flag of the State of Indradhanush, or सोने के तारे वाला नीला झंडा (blue flag with a gold star). It is used as the current civil and state flag of Indradhanush. The blue background symbolizes calmness and the blue sky. The yellow star represents the five main classes in human society — workers, peasants, soldiers, intellectuals, and businessmen. The flag was designed and subsequently approved by Chandrachur Basu, the King of Indradhanush, on 11 February 2021.

Territories

The 3 territories of Indradhanush are-

Chandril City

Chandril is the capital and largest city of the State.

Hibernia

A Hibernian moor
Hibernia

The story of how Indradhanush annexed Hibernia is a very interesting one. One day the King was visiting Discord micronational servers when he visited Hibernia. He asked the online members why the server is deathly quiet. The members replied that the Emperor of Hibernia's account got deleted and hence activity on this server had died for a whole month. So, the King of Indradhanush, Chandrachur, asked whether or not we could conquer it since no one is active anymore in this server, to which all online members said yes. Afterwards, an announcement was made in Indradhanush saying that the State of Indradhanush has conquered The Empire of Hibernia. Henceforth, all of Hibernia's territories will be transferred to Indradhanush. A royal decree will follow soon. Later, the first royal decree of Indradhanush was issued saying that all of Hibernia's territories will be transferred to Indradhanush and a representative will be from it. It is a very large territory encompassing an area of 10 acres.


Wisea

The Special Administrative Region of Wisea was formed on 18 March 2021 after the former Federal Republic of Wisea decided to merge with the State of Indradhanush, following a proposal made by John Lake, then serving as the Minister of External Affairs of Wisea to the King of Indradhanush on 16 March 2021. After deliberations been made between the two leaders, the proposal was approved by the King, following which the merger of the Federal Republic of Wisea was approved and it became a part of Indradhanush as a special administrative region retaining its previous name of Wisea.

Flags of all the territories

Climate of Indradhanush

Chandril City

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.[8] 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).[9] 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.[10] 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.[11][12] 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.[9] 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.[13] The heaviest rainfall recorded in a 24-hour period is 179 millimetres (7 in) recorded on 1 October 1997.[14]

Climate data for Chandril City
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[15][16]
Source no. 2: NOAA (sun: 1971–1990)[17]

Hibernia

The climate of Hibernia is mild, humid and changeable with abundant rainfall and a lack of temperature extremes. Ireland'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.[18] 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.[19]

January and February are the coldest months of the year, and mean daily air temperatures fall between 5 and 8 °C (41.0 and 46.4 °F) during these months. July and August are the warmest, with mean daily temperatures of 14 to 16 °C (57.2 to 60.8 °F), whilst mean daily maximums in July and August vary from 17 to 18 °C (62.6 to 64.4 °F) near the coast, to 19 to 20 °C (66.2 to 68.0 °F) inland. The sunniest months are May and June, with an average of five to seven hours sunshine per day.[20] 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 160 km/h or 99 mph to Western coastal counties, with the winter of 2013/14 being the stormiest on record.[21] During the summer months, and particularly around late July/early August, thunderstorms can develop.[22][23][24]

Wisea

Wisea is located in Montreal which is in the southwest of the province of Quebec. It is classified as a hot-summer humid continental climate (Köppen climate classification: Dfa) at McGill University.[25][26] Summers are warm to hot and humid with a daily maximum /average of 26 to 27 °C (79 to 81 °F) in July; temperatures in excess of 30 °C (86 °F) are common. Conversely, cold fronts can bring crisp, drier and windy weather in the early and later parts of summer.

Winter brings cold, snowy, windy, and, at times, icy weather, with a daily average ranging from −10.5 to −9 °C (13.1 to 15.8 °F) in January. However, some winter days rise above freezing, allowing for rain on an average of 4 days in January and February each. Usually, snow covering some or all bare ground lasts on average from the first or second week of December until the last week of March.[27] While the air temperature does not fall below −30 °C (−22 °F) every year,[28] the wind chill often makes the temperature feel this low to exposed skin.

Spring and fall are pleasantly mild but prone to drastic temperature changes; spring even more so than fall.[29] Late season heat waves as well as "Indian summers" are possible. Early and late season snow storms can occur in November and March, and more rarely in April. Montreal is generally snow free from late April to late October. However, snow can fall in early to mid-October as well as early to mid-May on rare occasions.

Before modern weather record keeping (which dates back to 1871 for McGill),[30] a minimum temperature almost 5 degrees lower was recorded at 7 a.m. on January 10, 1859, where it registered at −42 °C (−44 °F).[31]

Annual precipitation is around 1,000 mm (39 in), including an average of about 210 cm (83 in) of snowfall, which occurs from November through March. Thunderstorms are common in the period beginning in late spring through summer to early fall; additionally, tropical storms or their remnants can cause heavy rains and gales. Montreal averages 2,050 hours of sunshine annually, with summer being the sunniest season, though slightly wetter than the others in terms of total precipitation—mostly from thunderstorms.[32]

Government and Military

The State 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.

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 last monarch of Indradhanush is John 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.

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 main function of the institution 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

The legislature of Indradhanush is a twenty-membered unicameral body referred to as the Parliament of Indradhanush. The parliament is the sole law making institution within the nation and is comprised of twenty members who are elected through a direct election held every year on the expiration of the term of the parliament or earlier, if dissolved by the monarch on the advice of the government. 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 elected members of the parliament. The council of ministers is formed of elected members of the parliament, and any individual appointed as a minister is needed to be a member of the parliament according to the Westminster system of government and if one appointed is not elected to the parliament is needed to get elected within six months of assuming office as a minister, failing which will ensure the minister to step down from their duties or shall be deemed illegible to hold such position. The tenure of the parliament is of one year and general elections are held every year to elect members.

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 last monarch of Indradhanush is John 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 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.

Military

Armed Forces of Indradhanush logo

The Armed Forces of Indradhanush is the sole military organization of the State of Indradhanush. The nation is a signatory of the Union Against Micronational War and will never enter into wars. There is no need for a military organization. Hence, the Armed Forces are a ceremonial body used for ceremonial tasks. It comprises of three services - the His/Her Royal Fleet or Navy, the Indradhanushian Army and the His/Her Royal Squad or the Air Force.

The Armed Forces are led by the King in his capacity as the Supreme Commander and Field marshal. The forces are under the jurisdiction of the Defence Ministry. The Chief of the General Staff is the commanding officer of the combined services and is a rank held by a general-rank officer of any of the three services of the armed forces. The three branches of the armed forces are commanded individually by a commander, who is a three-star officer from their respective services.


NATO equiv. code OF-10 OF-9 OF-8 OF-7 OF-6 OF-5 OF-4 OF-3 OF-2 OF-1 OF(D) Student officer

Parties and elections

Indradhanush has one General election every year, in these elections the people of Indradhanush vote on the undecided laws, to elect and re-elect members of the Parlement, and elect the PM of Indradhanush.

The Political Parties of Indradhanush
Party Party Leaders Representatives
The Central Monarchists John Lake
0 / 4
The Guadalrujelpeos (Guad for short) Party H.E Aircraft
0 / 4
Indradhanushian People's Party Xabier Asensio
0 / 4

National Symbols

National Holidays

This list consists of all such occasions that are celebrated in the State 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.
14-15 January Magh Bihu Harvest festival marking the end of harvesting season in the month of Magh.(January–February).
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

Logo of the Chandril French School

The culture of the State 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.

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.

Cuisine in Indradhanush

The cuisine in Indradhanush consists of a variety of regional and traditional cuisines native to the Indian subcontinent[42]. Most of the cuisines consist of locally available spices, herbs, vegetables and fruits. The cuisine is also highly influenced by Bengali cuisines[43]. Some ingredients commonly found in the dishes include: rice, wheat, ginger, green chillies and spices.

Chicken Biryani
Jalebi

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..

Wisean Cuisine

Wisean cuisine is descended from 16th-century French cuisine. During the settling of New France, conditions drove Canadians to create a new cuisine. Québec's cuisine, with its many regional specialties, has been influenced by teachings from First Nations, British cuisine, American cuisine and some immigrant cuisines.

Québec is home to many unique dishes and is most famous for its poutine, tourtières, pâté chinois, pea soup, fèves au lard, cretons and desserts such as grands-pères, pouding chômeur and St. Catherine's taffy.

Québec is the biggest producer of maple syrup in the world, accounting for 72% of the maple syrup sold worldwide (and 90% sold in Canada). The province also produces more than 700 differents types of cheese, many of which have won international contests.

Some of the famous cuisines of Wisea include:

Pot-au-feu, also called Bouilli Québécois.
Entrées
  • Consommé de légumes ou de bœuf—(vegetable or beef consommé)
  • Cretons [44]
  • Fondue au parmesan—(Parmesan fondue) [45]
  • Soupe aux gourganes (broad bean soup) [46]
  • Soupe à l'orge perlé—(pearl barley soup) [47]
  • Soupe aux pois—(pea soup) [48]
  • Soupe à la poulette grasses—(fat chicken soup)[49]
Main course
  • Bouilli Québécois.
  • Chiard de porc[50]
  • Coquille Saint-Jacques[51]—big shellfish
  • Feuilleté jambon-fromage—ham and cheese feuilleté
  • Galette à l'érable —maple pancake
  • Guédille—lobster roll on a hotdog bun
  • Gibelotte de Sorel[52]
  • Hot chicken sandwich[53]
  • Macaroni chinois—Chinese macaroni[54]
  • Pain au fromage—cheese bread
  • Pot-au-feu de la récoltepot-au-feu of the harvest[55]
  • Poulet chasseur[56]
  • Poutine
Poutine
Desserts
  • Beigne aux patates—potato doughnuts
  • Bonbons aux patates[57]—potato candy
  • Bûche de Noël
  • Galette à la mélasse—molasses pancake[58]
  • Gâteau Reine Élisabeth—Queen Elizabeth cake[59]
  • Gâteau au pain d'épices—spice cake, like gingerbread[60]
  • Gâteau aux zucchinis[61]—zucchini cake
  • Tarte au suif[62]—beef- or pork-fat pie[63]
  • Trottoirs[64]—maple pastry
  • Trou de beigne—doughnut holes
Sides
  • Betteraves marinées—pickled beets[65]
  • Ketchup ma ison rouge ou vert—red or green homemade ketchup[66]
  • Langue de veau ou de porc—pork or veal tongue 3
  • Oreilles de crisse[67]—a traditional dish consisting of deep-fried salted fatback
  • Salade de macaroni—macaroni salad[68]
  • Salade verte avec crème fraiche—green salad with fresh cream
  • Sandwich aux œufs—egg sandwich

Foreign Relations

The State of Indradhanush is a signatory of the Wrythe Convention[69].

It has bilateral relations with the following micronations:-

Sl No Micronation Date of establishment of relations Macronation Notes Relations
1  Aenderia 27 February 2021  Canada [70] Amicable
2 Xahastan 11 March 2021  Australia [71] Good
3 Limbonia 19 March 2021  Philippines [72] Good

The State of Indradhanush has informal relations with the following micronations:-

Sl No Micronation Macronation Relations
1 Lakeland  USA Good
2  Wynnland  USA Neutral

It has embassies in the following:-

Sl No Micronation Macronation Relations
1  New Athens  USA Neutral

Criticism

The State of Indradhanush has been criticized for copying the State of Vishwamitra. It has also been criticized as a "sockpuppet" nation due to its nation's founder indulging in sockpuppeting.

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.
  4. The State of Indradhanush is considered a de facto part of the Republic of India.
  5. These games are roleplay games. In Home Home, we will reenact the working of a home, whereas in Teacher, Teacher, we will reenact the working of the school
  6. Name not mentioned due to privacy reasons
  7. Name not mentioned due to privacy reasons
  8. All battles were fought and done at Terracium
  9. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
  10. See MicroWiki:Pseudonyms