Torosha

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Torosh Republic
. Taraşa Yərəşət .
Taraşa Yərəşət
Flag Emblem
Motto: Hazağa Zam Dayid!
To God We Serve!
Anthem: Hataraş Maşiyam
March of the Torosh
Capital
and
Damazar
Official languages Torosh
Recognised regional languages Balak · Wamenan
Religion Shawadii Zarasaism
Demonym Torosh
Government Unitarian Constitutional Republic
 -  President
 -  State Minister
Legislature National Assembly
Area
 -  280,120 km2
108,155 sq mi
Population
 -  estimate 14,344,753
GDP (nominal) 2020 estimate
 -  Total $212.100 billion
 -  Per capita $15,096.3
Currency Torosh Sekham

Not to be confused with Torosham, a semi-autonomous state of Komania, Tarashik, a state of Balakia, and Taraşa, a federal tribal banner of Komania.

Torosha (Torosh Koman: Taraşa [IPA]), officially the Torosh Republic, is a constituent state of the Central Federation located in Eastern Vaniua, with X to the north, Komania to the west, Balakia to the south, and Amaia to the east. It's capital is Damazar which is listed among one of the largest cities in Vaniua. Torosha is a founding member of the Eastern Vaniuan Association and is a current member of the Zarasaist Brotherhood, being noted for its high degree of religiousness despite its former Kuulist past.

The country has a rich history influenced by both Kothlenic and Kalkalic groups, and was one of the first regions in Vaniua to embrace Zarasaism. The territory of modern Torosha comprised the core of the medieval Kaatian Empire, which was later annexed by the rising Kothlen Horde concurrently with the conversion of its ruler, Balâhak, to Zarasaism. In the wake of the collapse of the Kothlen Horde, a power vacuum opened, and the territory was occupied by numerous local warlords throughout the Warring Qakates period, chiefly headed by ethnic Telehis and Wamenans. The power vacuum was properly filled during the establishment and consolidation of Asharid rule under the Great Horde, during which time the region was heavily Komanised.

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Kaatian empire

Kothlen Horde

Torosh history can be traced back to the Qom Confederation and the later establishment of the White Horde, a predecessor of the Great Horde. The Torosh, a subgroup from the larger Koman peoples, are themselves the result of various mixings between Koman, Amaian, and Balak peoples, deriving much of their culture from the Koman peoples. The formation of the Torosh began during the Great Horde, where policies of "Komanization" led to the expansion of Komans all along the Tarkhan Mountain range and even further east, leading to a gradual syncretism of Vaniuan cultures in the plateau, these original Komans may have been part of the original Qom Confederation, a predecessor of the Tamir Khanate and regarded as the "point of origin" of Koman tribal identity. The Torosh, however, did not develop a distinguishable identity until the formation of the Torosh Khanate, a successor state of the Great Horde. The later genesis of these peoples is regarded as conflictive with Koman history, as Koman historians regard the Torosh as "just another Koman group" and, thus, claim paternalism over the Torosh Republic.

Great Horde

While already having a precedent in the early 12th century, Koman expansion towards the southern and eastern regions of Vaniua did not begin at its full scale until the 14th century, with the creation of "banners" under the decree of the emperor Shakhsaran, with the early conquest of the Balak Qakates. The decree accelerated an ongoing process of syncretism that has been occurring in the region since the 12th century, with the assimilation of various Vaniuan peoples into the larger "Koman people", which as a result, forced the ruling elite to distinguish itself by other means.


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