Kamajaya

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United Republic of Kamajaya
Republik Kamajaya Bersatu (Melayish)
Meulaju
Official flag of Kamajaya
Flag
Motto:
"Bemajuan Bersatu Bertambah"
(Ingerish: "Together We Progress")
CapitalBandar Bersama
National languagesMelayish (Bahasa Kamajay)
Ethnic Groups
(2017)
Kamajay Maja
DemonymKamajay
GovernmentFederal parliamentary republic
 • President
 • Premier
Area
 • Total445,612.29 km2
172,051.87 sq mi
Population
 • Census (2017)28,694,528
 • Density64.39/km2
HDI (2018)Steady 0.701
medium
TimezoneWUT+7
CurrencyKamajay Emat ₭ (KME)
Internet TLD.kj

Kamajaya ([/kæmədʒeɪjə/] KAM-ah-JAY-ah), officially the United Republic of Kamajaya, is a country in North Archanta. It is bordered by the Untitled Sea to the north, Majesia to the east, Zylanda and Lorredion to the south, Tuln to the southwest, and Yuethon and the Asperic Ocean to the west. Covering a total area of 441,012.89km2 (170,276 sq mi), Kamajaya is one of the largest countries in the world by total area. It has a varying but humid climate, ranging from a tropical monsoon (Am) classification in the north of the country to a marine west coast (Cfb) classification in the south.

Previously controlled as part of the Majesian Empire, the modern day state of Kamajaya was formed in the 18th century amidst growing fears of occupation by other Ulethan empires. A distinct Kamajay identity would later develop amongst the majority Maja population.

Etymology

The name Kamajaya is derived from the Melayish words Kami, meaning "we", and jaya, "to succeed".

History

Pre-Ulethan history

Majesian Empire

Outside interests

Unification

Geography

Regions and prefectures

Prefecture Majority language Capital Area Population Density Prefecture code Map
Untitled region
Melayish
Ikôtnia region
Ikôtkuta Melayish Ikôtkuta IKK
Bandar Kamajaya
Bandar Kamajaya Melayish Bandar Kamajaya BKM

Biodiversity

Conservation issues

Government and politics

Regions and prefectures

Foreign relations and military

Human rights

Economy and infrastructure

Energy

Transportation

Demographics

Religion

Languages

Culture

Arts and media

Cuisine

Holidays and festivals

Sports

See also

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