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{{NationInfo|name = अखण्ड भारत|name_en = Akhand Bharat|Timeline = A Different India|flag = NotFascistIndiaflag.png|no_flag = |coa_caption = Swastika of Hindutva|CoA = Broken crossed circle.svg.png|motto = 'मातृभूमि के लिए निस्वार्थ सेवा'|language = Hindi|lang_official = Hindi|motto_en = Selfless service to the motherland|Anthem = 'Namaste Sada Vatsale'|capital = Delhi|religion = Hinduism (state religion)|regime = Theocratic Authoritarian Regime|governing_body = Shankaracharyas|HoStitle = Sarchangsalak|HoSlist = List of Supreme Leaders of Akhand Bharat (A Different India)|hos_name = MS Golwalkar|CoGtitle = Prime Minister|CoGlist = List of Prime Ministers of Akhand Bharat (A Different India)|cog_name = VD Savarkar|currency = Rupee|drives_on = right side|calling_code = +91|ind_from = Britain|ind_date = 1945|ind_rec = 1945}}'''Akhand Bharat '''also known as '''Bharat''' or the '''Hindu State''' is an authoritarian theocratic nation in South Asia.The nation is ruled partly by the Hindu Sena,a coalition of extreme-right Hindu Nationalist parties,and the Shankar Acharyas,the clergy.
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'''Akhand Bharat '''also known as '''Bharat''' or the '''Hindu State''' was an authoritarian theocratic nation in South Asia.The nation was ruled partly by the Hindu Sena,a coalition of extreme-right Hindu Nationalist parties,and the Shankar Acharyas,the clergy.
   
 
The early 20th century saw the rise of both composite Indian nationalism and Hindu and Muslim nationalism in the British Raj.While Hindu leaders such as KB Hedgewar and VD Savarkar and Muslim leaders such as Mohammed Iqbal and Muhammad Ali Jinnah did,in some way,'fight for freedom',the majority of religious leaders cosied up to the British rulers.
 
The early 20th century saw the rise of both composite Indian nationalism and Hindu and Muslim nationalism in the British Raj.While Hindu leaders such as KB Hedgewar and VD Savarkar and Muslim leaders such as Mohammed Iqbal and Muhammad Ali Jinnah did,in some way,'fight for freedom',the majority of religious leaders cosied up to the British rulers.
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During the Second World War,India,which was dragged into the war by the Raj,began to rebel against the British,through both violent and nonviolent methods.As all this was happening,the religion based parties mainly supported the British war effort.Britain promised India independence after the war,and since it was the Hindu hardline that had mainly supported the British,the Indian government became a Hindu-based government.
 
During the Second World War,India,which was dragged into the war by the Raj,began to rebel against the British,through both violent and nonviolent methods.As all this was happening,the religion based parties mainly supported the British war effort.Britain promised India independence after the war,and since it was the Hindu hardline that had mainly supported the British,the Indian government became a Hindu-based government.
   
The nation,however,does have rivals;both the [[Bengal (A Different India)|Commune of Bengal]] and the [[Pakistan (A Different India)|Islamic Emirate of Pakistan]] see Akhand Bharat as a possible threat to their respective ideologies,while [[Dravida Nadu (A Different India)|Dravida Nadu]] sees the nation as 'backwards' and 'fascist'.Meanwhile,the centre-left [[India (A Different India)|Provisional Government of India]],controlled by the HS' political rival,the Indian National Congress,also claims sovereignty over the region.
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The nation had several rivals;both the [[Bengal (A Different India)|Commune of Bengal]] and the [[Pakistan (A Different India)|People's Republic of Pakistan]] saw Akhand Bharat as a possible threat to their respective ideologies,while [[Dravida Nadu (A Different India)|Dravida Nadu]] saw the nation as 'backwards' and 'fascist'
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Finally, in 1980, the [[Provisional Government of India]] staged a coup and created the [[Socialist Republic of India]] under Prime Minister Indira Gandhi
 
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Akhand Bharat also known as Bharat or the Hindu State was an authoritarian theocratic nation in South Asia.The nation was ruled partly by the Hindu Sena,a coalition of extreme-right Hindu Nationalist parties,and the Shankar Acharyas,the clergy.

The early 20th century saw the rise of both composite Indian nationalism and Hindu and Muslim nationalism in the British Raj.While Hindu leaders such as KB Hedgewar and VD Savarkar and Muslim leaders such as Mohammed Iqbal and Muhammad Ali Jinnah did,in some way,'fight for freedom',the majority of religious leaders cosied up to the British rulers.

During the Second World War,India,which was dragged into the war by the Raj,began to rebel against the British,through both violent and nonviolent methods.As all this was happening,the religion based parties mainly supported the British war effort.Britain promised India independence after the war,and since it was the Hindu hardline that had mainly supported the British,the Indian government became a Hindu-based government.

The nation had several rivals;both the Commune of Bengal and the People's Republic of Pakistan saw Akhand Bharat as a possible threat to their respective ideologies,while Dravida Nadu saw the nation as 'backwards' and 'fascist'

Finally, in 1980, the Provisional Government of India staged a coup and created the Socialist Republic of India under Prime Minister Indira Gandhi