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Bill: OOC: Cultural Protocol of Malivia


Submitted by[?]: Raktavani National Party

Status[?]: debate

Votes: This bill is a resolution. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.


Passed bill:
Moderation approval:

Cultural demographics:

Raktavani (Indians) - 76%
Malisindu (Afro-Caribbeans) - 13%
Luthori - (English) - 6%
Other - 5%

Religious demographics:

Geraja (Hinduism) - 62%
Bishopal Church (Protestant Christianity) - 18%
Aurorian Patriachal Church (Catholicism) - 3%
Ahmadi (Islam) - 3%
Daenist (Buddhism) - 2%
Akali (Sikhism) - 1%
Rasezana (Rastafarianism) - 1%
Sundarati - (fictional Christian-Hindu-Buddhist hybrid religion) - 1%
Wainist (Jainist) - 1%
Yazdi (Zoroastrianism) - 1%

No religion - 5%
Other - 2%


Washebarian (Hindi) and Luthori (English) are the dominant languages. Malivian Patois (Jamaican Patois) is still spoken to some extent amongst the Malisindu community, but is in decline. A plethora of Raktavani (Indian) languages are spoken amongst the Raktavani population.

Useful links

Game Rules -
Cultural Protocols Index -
Google Translate -
Collins English-Hindi dictionary -
Fantasy Name Generators -
Malivia's forum news thread -
Malivia's wikia page -
Particracy Discord server -



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