M.S Golwalkar, first Sarchangsalak (supreme leader) of Akhand Bharat.

India is the world's largest democracy, with more than 1 billion people.

But in my timeline, there is no real 'India', or no real secular democratic India at least.

Instead, our Indian subcontinent is made up of many states.

These were: Akhand Bharat, an authoritarian dictatorship established by right-wing Hindu nationalists. It composes of much of the Ganga valley of northern India.

Bengal - he People's Republic of Bengal was established by Subhash Chandra Bose, a far-left socialist leader, and his Bengali People's Army.

Punjab, a socialist state established by Bhagat Singh after he rebelled against the British in 1921 and escaped to the USSR.


Periyar .E.V. Ramasamy,first Prime Minister of Dravida Nadu

Dravida Nadu or the Dravidian Federation, a federation of nations in the south, created by pan-Dravidianists and caste reformers.

Jammu and Kashmir, a monarchy in the extreme north. It has ambitions to become the Switzerland of Asia

Pakistan, an Islamic Emirate, formed by poet Mohammed 'Allama' Iqbal, and politician Mohammed Ali Jinnah

Throughout the years these nations would evolve and change.

Bhagat Singh

Premier Bhagat Singh of Punjab.

For now,that's all they are!


Sheikh Abdullah, first democratically elected leader of Jammu and Kashmir, known for his modernization of the Royal Kashmiri Armed Forces.

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

'Netaji' Subhas Chandra Bose, first Premier of Bengal.


Mohammed Iqbal, first emir of Pakistan from 1934 to 1938.

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