Hinduism RMB

WA Delegate: None.

Founder: The Mind of Charlotte Ryberg

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Largest Publishing Industry: 59th Least Corrupt Governments: 93rd Most Cheerful Citizens: 107th+24
Rudest Citizens: 215th Most Developed: 252nd Most Cultured: 260th Smartest Citizens: 280th Largest Retail Industry: 315th Largest Agricultural Sector: 322nd Highest Economic Output: 353rd Largest Populations: 390th Most Secular: 461st Most Extensive Civil Rights: 541st Most Politically Apathetic Citizens: 541st Most Politically Free: 664th Most Rebellious Youth: 679th Most Beautiful Environments: 820th Largest Welfare Programs: 943rd Longest Average Lifespans: 964th Largest Cheese Export Sector: 1,052nd Most Scientifically Advanced: 1,105th Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 1,108th Most Advanced Public Education: 1,111th Lowest Overall Tax Burden: 1,604th Most Efficient Economies: 1,646th Highest Average Incomes: 1,657th Highest Crime Rates: 1,896th
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Welcome back to Hinduism
A region of the Minoan Collection

Founded by Minoa on 29 October 2011
Refounded by Charlotte Ryberg on 3 April 2016

Welcome back to Hinduism, refounded by The Mind of Charlotte Ryberg after it became too difficult to prevent raids when I tried out having two regions with the same founder.

The Funen region, recently returned to me in the aftermath of the LinkPredator script controversy, is now the responsibility of The Free Land of Joana.

We are a non-political region that accepts all embassy requests. I am more interested in preserving NationStates history rather than the R/D stuff.

Pantone's colours of the year (2016): Rose Quartz and Serenity


Embassies: Minoa, Funen, The Unsettled Lands, The Himalayas, Buddhism, Java, Mecca, The Order of Buddhist and Hindu Nations, Dubai, The Maldives, Goa, Timbuktu, Devon, Buddhist Communism, Bali, and The Bar on the corner of every region.

Tags: Independent, Casual, Minuscule, Neutral, and Religious.

Hinduism is home to a single nation.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Politically Apathetic Citizens in Hinduism

These results were determined by seeing how many citizens of each nation answered a recent World Census survey on the local political situation by ticking the "Don't Give a Damn" box.

As a region, Hinduism is ranked 541st in the world for Most Politically Apathetic Citizens.

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1.The Mind of Charlotte RybergCivil Rights Lovefest“...”

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I take privacy extremely seriously: this is why I do not use Facebook or Twitter without an extraordinary reason.

[spoiler=please open the door]* You open the door to the Bar on the Corner and a barman with a big grin on his face welcomes you while walking towards you from behind the counter*

Ladies and Gentlemen, what a pleasure! *bows*, I'm honored to welcome you as guests in our facilities! This is a bar in your region! So you can access it conveniently from here (via embassy). No need to move your tired bodies! Isn't that awesome! The first guest of every region gets a drink for free!

*holds the door open for you with one hand while it so happened that he is holding a bottle of your favorite drink in the other hand*

Take a seat and enjoy a drink,  or have fun with pool billiard, darts and the gambling machines. We also serve some delicious choice of food!

Btw, let me know if you know how to mix drinks. Trust me, people here are very generous with tips! And folks always fall in love with the person handling the cocktail shaker ; )

*you immediately know that you would sell your soul for a starvation wage but you feel tempted. Do you? It's a luxury to have the possibility to be a bartender via embassy! Just look at this wall of bottles behind the counter. amazing*

The Mind of Charlotte Ryberg wrote:I take privacy extremely seriously: this is why I do not use Facebook or Twitter without an extraordinary reason.

I don't even have a twitter account, and I abandoned my Facebook account (accidently) a year ago...

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