|Total population||Abt. 255 million|
|Regions with significant populations||Tukarali: 255 million|
|Religion||Daenism, Hosianism Jienism, Kanzo, Queranzariah|
|Related ethnic groups||Aldegarian, Gao-Showa, Hulstrian, Kunihito, Mu-Tze, Ruzian|
The Tukarese are the the people of the nation of Tukarali. Tukarali is a multiethnic society and therefore the Tukarese are of varying ethnicity. Overall, those within Tukarali see themselves as Tukarese first and as their ethnicity second.
Historically, the Tukarese have been closely associated with the "kuning" and "coklat," the two primary ethnic groups of the nation.
Ethnic Groups Edit
The National Bureau of Statistics organizes the Tukarese into five ethnic groups.
The coklat (browns) are the largest group in Tukarali. They composed about 56% of the total population.
The kuning (yellows) are the second largest group, composing about 35% of the population.
Citizens who are of Gao-Showa, Mu-Tze, or other related ethnicity, are considered kuning by Tukarese Census. While kuning have been counted as 35% of Tukarali, there are many who appear Gao-Showa or Mu-Tze but consider themselves coklat as a result of having individuals from another race somewhere in their bloodlines.
Tukaryans (or Putih) Edit
The Tukaryans (putih/whites) are the primary minority group of Tukarali, making up around 9% of the population. This ethnic group wanders from the traditional "color-based" designation as a result of historical events. In the 2870s an apartheid was created under a putih-dominated government and they began referring to themselves as Tukaryans. The term stuck, and ever since the whites of Tukarali have been called Tukaryans rather than putih.
Orang Hutan-Hujan Edit
The orang hutan-hujan (rainforest people) is a very small, and nearly extinct, ethnic group in Tukarali. As their name suggests, these people are found exclusively in the densest regions of the Tukarese rainforests. It is not known how many still exist, but the number is small. The group was hit hard in the 2870s when Ryan Malagar implemented heavy modernization of the nation. Many orang hutan-hujan villages were destroyed as cities expanded and the people were often killed when conflicting with developers.
The hitam (blacks) are those in Tukarali who are of such ethnicity as Asli. A population of hitam is not too noticeable and most all who do classify into this group are immigrants. It would be easily estimated that hitam compose less than a percent of the population.
|History||Kemokian Empire • Phraatid Dynasty • Mu-Tze Khanate • Ryan Malagar • Tukarali Emirate • Insurectionnal Disorder of Tukarali • Democratic Kingdom of Tukarali • Fascist State of Tukarali • Democratic Republic of Tukarali • Tukarali State • Glorious Republic of Greater Tukarali|
|Prefectures||Boruska • Dhataan • Lago Kwantu • Morata Valley • Shrin Kali|
|Political Parties<||Tukarese Democratic Union • Social Democratic Party (Tukarali) • Partido Socialista Democrático • Cidadania e Democracia Cívica|
|Demographics||Religion: Daenism, Jienism, Kanzo, Ahmadism, Yazdism • Ethnicity: Tukarese, Mu-Tze|
|Notable People & Families||João Pedro Coli • Alexandro Zapata • Andreas Magbantay • Geoffrey Thornalley • Guo Qi • House of Aynako • K. Huy Luong • Kyuma Naruhito • Marisol Paresi • Nasri Family • Roi Tiangco • Roland Lafarge • Rui Malagar • Ryan Malagar • Shinji Kuninobu • Shuya Nakagawa • Takahiro Tran • Cristiana Ferreira das Neves|
|Peoples||Central: Kunihito • Sekowans • Kyo | Northern: Utari • Welang | Southern: Indralans • Đinh • Phra | Western: Tukarese • Mu-Tze • Bianjie|
|Languages||Gao-Indralan: Kunikata • Sekowan • Kyo • Indralan • Đinh • Phra • Utari | Jelbo-Tukaric: Panmuan • Bianjie|
|Regions||Dovani • Seleya • Gao-Soto • Sekowo • Dankuk • Indrala • Tukarali • Jinlian • Dalibor • Great North Dovani Plain • Kalistan • Bianjie|
|History||Empire of Gao-Soto • Kingdom of Sekowo • History of Sekowo • History of Indrala • History of Dranland • History of Tukarali • Great Sekowian War • Southern Hemisphere War|
|Religion||Gao-Showan Religions • Daenism • Mazdâyanâ • Zenshō • Kamism • Guidao • Jienism • Kanzo|