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Empire of India
भारत का साम्राज्य
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OTL equivalent: India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Kashmir
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Flag Coat of Arms
(and largest city)
New Delhi
English, Hindi, Urdu
  others various
Monarch Elizabeth II
Governor-General name of auxiliary head of state
President-General Gita Raje
Area area km²
Population 754,965,565 
Established 1856
Currency Pound
The Empire of India is a country in South Asia, spanning from the Thar desert, on borders with Iran, eastwards towards the Kingdom Burma across the Indian subcontinent. Founded upon the nationalization of the majority of the East India Company's holdings, the Empire of India today has expanded to include almost all of South Asia. Hosting a range of diverse people's and religions, the Empire of India's has existed to give the majority of citizens in South Asia a common cause.The 19th century Great Britain prioritized development of India, in order to carry through an aggressive policy of Anglicization. A wave of British immigrants, combined with industrialization transformed India in just a few short years.

Calls for autonomy emerged in the 20th century, with some success, however the relationship between London and its supported state of India remains strong and mutually beneficial as India provides for one of the largest parts of the military for the imperial British Empire and Commonwealth. India's chief exports are tea, spices and specialized mechanical equipment. India is the only self identified Hindu country in the world, but grants special minority rights to the Church of England and the Islamic Mosque of India.

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