Indian subcontinent

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The Indian subcontinent is fractured in to many small, often one-province minor states. These countries share the same national ideas, technology, culture, visuals.

Formable states[edit]

  • Hindustan Hindustan, the pan-Indian unitary empire.
  • Mughals Mughals, the Sunni Muslim North Indian empire.

Notable states[edit]

Minor states[edit]

Bolded cultures indicate they are the primary nation of that culture.

Ideas and traditions

Notes: For any country with Bengali as primary culture, as well as Koch and Kachar.


Traditions.png Traditions:

+10% Trade steering
+33% Religious unity

Tolerance heretic.png Bengali Hindu-Sufi Syncretism

+1 Tolerance of heretics
+1 Tolerance of heathens

Trade efficiency.png Ganges-Brahmaputra Confluence

+10% Trade efficiency

Global manpower modifier.png Bengal's Endlessly Productive Rice Fields

+20% National manpower modifier

War exhaustion cost.png Mustard Oil & Ilish Mach

-10% Cost of reducing war exhaustion

Production efficiency.png Jute Production in Bengal

+10% Production efficiency

Global tax modifier.png Opium Fields of Bengal

+10% National tax modifier

Technology cost.png The Bengal Renaissance

-5% Technology cost

Idea bonus.png Bonus:

+1 Yearly prestige

Bengali[edit]

State Government Religion Culture Capital Notes
Bengal.png

Bengal[edit]

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Sunni IslamSunni Bengali (Eastern Aryan) Gauda (563)
Kachar.png

Kachar[edit]

Government tribal.pngTribal Federation HinduismHindu Chin (Burman) Naga (570)
Koch.png

Koch[edit]

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy HinduismHindu Assamese (Eastern Aryan) Koch (562)
Ideas and traditions

Notes: For Marathas, Nagpur, and Baroda. And for Gwalior if the primary culture is Marathi.


Traditions.png Traditions:

+10% National manpower modifier
+15% Manpower recovery speed

Cavalry power.png Tradtion of Military Service

+10% Cavalry combat ability

Defensiveness.png Forts of Maharashtra

+20% Fort defense

Infantry cost.png Peasant Soldiers

-20% Infantry cost

Core creation.png Office of the Peshwa

-10% Core-creation cost

Global tax modifier.png Strengthen ties with Brahmin Financial Families

+10% National tax modifier

Trade goods size.png Reform The Bureaucracy

+10% Goods produced nationally

Global ship cost.png Expand Maratha Navy

-10% Ship costs

Idea bonus.png Bonus:

-10% Stability cost modifier

Marathas[edit]

State Government Religion Culture Capital Notes
Baroda.png

Baroda[edit]

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy HinduismHindu Gujarati (Western aryan) Gujarat (516)
Gwalior.png

Gwalior[edit]

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy HinduismHindu Kanauji (Hindusthani) Gird (525) Gwalior only receives Maratha ideas if their primary culture is Marathi.
Marathas.png

Marathas[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy HinduismHindu Marathi (Western aryan) Desh (1946)
Nagpur.png

Nagpur[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy HinduismHindu Marathi (Western aryan) East Berar (546)
Ideas and traditions

Notes: For all Muslim states in India except the Mughals.


Traditions.png Traditions:

+50% Religious unity
+5% Infantry combat ability

Tolerance heathen.png Tolerate the Idol Worshippers

+3 Tolerance of heathens

Global revolt risk.png Court Persian

-1 National revolt risk

Global tax modifier.png Comprehensive Land Survey

+10% National tax modifier

Global manpower modifier.png Counting the People

+10% National manpower modifier

Global trade power.png Equality Under the Law

+5% Global trade power

Prestige.png High Court Culture

+1 Yearly prestige

Stability cost modifier.png Sultanate Bureaucracy

-10% Stability cost modifier

Idea bonus.png Bonus:

+2% Missionary strength

Muslim[edit]

State Government Religion Culture Capital Notes
Ahmednagar.png

Ahmednagar[edit]

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Sunni IslamSunni Marathi (Western aryan) Ahmadnagar (544) Does not appear in 1444
Bahmanis.png

Bahmanis[edit]

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Shiite IslamShia Kannada (Dravidian) Bidar (1948)
Bijapur.png

Bijapur[edit]

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Shiite IslamShia Kannada (Dravidian) Bijapur (569)
Berar.png

Berar[edit]

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Sunni IslamSunni Marathi (Western aryan) West Berar (548) Starts at 1490
Deccan.png

Deccan[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy Sunni IslamSunni Telegu (Dravidian) Marathwada (545)
Delhi.png

Delhi[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy Sunni IslamSunni Kanauji (Hindusthani) Upper Doab (522)
Golkonda.png

Golkonda[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy Shiite IslamShia Telegu (Dravidian) Telingana (542)
Jaunpur.png

Jaunpur[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy Sunni IslamSunni Bihari (Eastern Aryan) Jaunpur (555)
Khandesh.png

Khandesh[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy Sunni IslamSunni Marathi (Western aryan) Khandesh (527)
Kashmir.png

Kashmir[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy Shiite IslamShia Kashmiri (Hindusthani) Kashmir (508)
Malwa.png

Malwa[edit]

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Sunni IslamSunni Rajput (Western aryan) Mandu (526)
Mewat.png

Mewat[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy Sunni IslamSunni Rajput (Western aryan) Mewat (520)
Multan.png

Multan[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy Sunni IslamSunni Panjabi (Hindusthani) Multan (506)
Oudh.png

Oudh[edit]

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Shiite IslamShia Avadhi (Hindusthani) Oudh (523)
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Sind[edit]

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy Sunni IslamSunni Sindhi (Western aryan) Lower Sind (504)
Ideas and traditions

Notes: For all non-Muslim countries with Rajput as primary culture.


Traditions.png Traditions:

+5% Manpower recovery speed
+50% Hostile core-creation cost on us

Global manpower modifier.png Clan Loyalties

+15% National manpower modifier

Defensiveness.png Fortifying Rajputana

+15% Fort defense

Cavalry power.png Marwari Horses

+10% Cavalry combat ability

War exhaustion cost.png Rajput Resistance

-10% Cost of reducing war exhaustion

Prestige.png Create Rajput Painting School

+1 Yearly prestige

Leader land fire.png Martial Ethos

+1 Land leader fire

Trade steering.png Rajput Trading Houses

+10% Trade steering

Idea bonus.png Bonus:

+2.5% Discipline


Rajput[edit]

State Government Religion Culture Capital Notes
Dhundhar.png

Dhundhar[edit]

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy HinduismHindu Rajput (Western aryan) Dhundar (519)
Jaisalmer.png

Jaisalmer[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy HinduismHindu Rajput (Western aryan) Jaisalmer (513)
Jangladesh.png

Jangladesh[edit]

Government tribal.pngTribal Federation HinduismHindu Rajput (Western aryan) Jangladesh (512)
Marwar.png

Marwar[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy HinduismHindu Rajput (Western aryan) Marwar (514)
Mewar.png

Mewar[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy HinduismHindu Rajput (Western aryan) Mewar (518)
Ideas and traditions

Notes: For all Dravidian countries with Hinduism as state religion.


Traditions.png Traditions:

+10% Production efficiency
+33% Religious unity

Trade range modifier.png Merchants of Southern India

+20% Trade range

Global tax modifier.png Water Tanks and Canals

+10% National tax modifier

Global manpower modifier.png Polygar System

+10% National manpower modifier

Mercenary cost.png South Indian Mercenaries

-15% Mercenary cost

Legitimacy.png Patronage of Great Temples

+1 Yearly legitimacy

Prestige.png South Indian Literature

+1 Yearly prestige

Merchants.png Merchant Capitalists

+1 Merchants

Idea bonus.png Bonus:

+10% National trade income modifier

South Indian[edit]

State Government Religion Culture Capital Notes
Carnatic.png

Carnatic[edit]

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy HinduismHindu Tamil (Dravidian) Carnatic (1947)
Keladi.png

Keladi[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy HinduismHindu Kannada (Dravidian) Vijayanagar (541)
Kochin.png

Kochin[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy HinduismHindu Malayalam (Dravidian) Kochin (535)
Madurai.png

Madurai[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy HinduismHindu Tamil (Dravidian) Madurai (536)
Malabar.png

Malabar[edit]

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy HinduismHindu Malayalam (Dravidian) Malabar (534)
Mysore.png

Mysore[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy HinduismHindu Kannada (Dravidian) Mysore (533)
Venad.png

Venad[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy HinduismHindu Malayalam (Dravidian) Venad (537)
Ideas and traditions

Notes: Generic Ideas for all countries that don't have one of the other groups.


Traditions.png Traditions:

-10% Stability cost modifier
-10% Advisor costs

Discipline.png Preserve our troops

+2.5% Discipline

Global tax modifier.png Tax Reform

+5% National tax modifier

Mercenary cost.png Regulated Contracts

-10% Mercenary cost

Global trade power.png Contract Law

+5% Global trade power

Global manpower modifier.png Peasant levy

+5% National manpower modifier

Trade steering.png Mercantile Status

+5% Trade steering

Production efficiency.png Strengthening Land Tenure

+5% Production efficiency

Idea bonus.png Bonus:

+10% National tax modifier

Other states[edit]

State Government Religion Culture Capital Notes
Bastar.png

Bastar[edit]

Government tribal.pngTribal Despotism HinduismHindu Oriya (Eastern Aryan) Bastar (547)
Bundelkhand.png

Bundelkhand[edit]

Government monarchy.pngFeudal Monarchy HinduismHindu Avadhi (Hindusthani) Bundelkhand (559)
Ceylon.png

Ceylon[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy BuddhismBuddhist Sinhala (Eastern Aryan) Ceylon (572)
Garjat.png

Garjat[edit]

Government tribal.pngTribal Federation HinduismHindu Oriya (Eastern Aryan) Garjat (553)
Gondwana.png

Gondwana[edit]

Government tribal.pngTribal Federation HinduismHindu Avadhi (Hindusthani) Mahakoshal (550)
Kangra.png

Kangra[edit]

Government monarchy.pngDespotic Monarchy HinduismHindu Panjabi (Hindusthani) Kangra (509)
Kathiawar.png

Kathiawar[edit]

Government tribal.pngTribal Federation HinduismHindu Gujarati (Western aryan) Kutch (503) Shares its ideas with Gujarat