|Official Languages||Assamese, Bengali, English, Bhumlogadeshi (also called Bhumilogadeshi a dialect of Hindi), Chinese, Mizo, Manipuri, Naga, English, Dzongkha, Tibetan|
|Area||101,250 sq miles|
|Founded||August 15, 2030|
|Republic||January 26, 2030|
|Constitution Adopted||March 5, 2031|
|Anthem||Lōgōkāmantra or "Mantra of the People"|
Bhumlogadeshi Republic, also Bhumilogadesh or Northeast Republic of India(Chinese:國家人民 Guójiā rénmín Bengali: মেনুয়াদেশ or Manuadesh), a republic and former territory of United States of Bharat connected to East India via a narrow corridor squeezed between Nepal and Bangladesh. It comprises the contiguous Seven Sister States—Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura and the Himalayan state of Sikkim.
Bhumlogadesh derives from Bhumilogadesh meaning "Land of People and Country" in Hindi. This was chosen by the people to unite them into one nation. The first Pradhanamantri or "President" was Prime Minister Chandar Hari Singharaj who united the country in 2030.
Bhumlogadesh is a bicameral republic ran by the National House or Rastriya Sabhah and National Council or Rastriya Prisada.
Bhumlogadeshi culture is regional and different states of Bhumlogadesh has their own distinct culture.
Bhumlogadesh is ruled by a President or Pradhanamantri which means "prime minister" also. The Pradhanamantri is elected in every five years and has more than four terms. When the Pradhanamantri is accused of breaking the laws he gets impeached by the people.