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Nations of Counsel
Axqavri Šervehevak (Azakhi)
Location of the Ayhartaa (dark green) within the Progressive Community (pale green)
Location of the Ayhartaa (dark green) within the Progressive Community (pale green)
Capital Vankhark
Largest city Grvat
Official languages Azakhi, English, Kontic
Recognised regional languages numerous
Demonym Ayharti
Government Progressivist tribal confederal republic
• Magister
Parkh jeVaylili
• Commander
Legislature Three Assemblies
Functionary Council and Consultative Plenums
• 2123 census
Currency Sterling ($) and Kartis (₭)
Calling code +007
Internet TLD aya.

Ayhartaa (Azakhi yakhṛt), officially the Confederation of the Principled (Míṣṣiyapoýṣe Pelaikneṣṣe) is a massive Bazgriyan polity bordered by Kontinovad in the east, the Bazgriyan Neutral Trade Zone in the south, and Anrgen in the west. A republic federated into 15 tribal kingdoms (commanderies) and 9 progressivist subpolities (Mancommunities), Ayhartaa is considered an informal "buffer" between the Hallegian Concord and the Futurist International in cross-continental affairs.

Northern Bazgriya has historically been the homeland of the nomadic Thamic people, most notably the Azakh, Ahuri and Dewai. The Thamen had a moment of political unity with the establishment of the Great XXX (1450-1567), a multiracial empire, which in its highest peak in 1525va encompassed an area from Eastern Prevna to Havandast. The region would later splinter and return to relative isolation. In the 19th to 20th centuries which industrial development by various conglomerates and industrial firms from Antraea, Imalea and Hallegia, whose activities and enroachment in aborigine land would lead to the reorganization of the western Bazgriyan tribes in the Great Horsemen's Rising. Ayhartaa was borne out of the aftermath, after a concessionary agreement with Prevna-Patrea, Tartessa, Kontine Realm and Qavandeht, which also established the Neutral Trade Zone.

Politically, Ayhartaa is nominally handled under a central autocratic office, the Tajar (taṣvar) [...] Its eastern and western ends are respectively under the influence of the Cassia and Kontinovad...