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Vastu in Ivory Coast:
Ivory Coast, the name is more beautiful. It has various cultures. Indians are very less in number. Yamoussoukro is Ivory Coast political capital. The largest city and the economic capital is Port City of "Abidjan".
As per our information, there is almost 300 Indian families settled in Ivory Coast, many of them were Gujarathi families and Sindhi families. Most of them were running manufacturing companies and doing trading and some were professionals. In Ivory Coast economical capital Abidjan, the Ananda Marga is running a school which is particularly attracted by Indians.
Thanks to Sri. Sriram Hiranandani who provided us some information about Ivory Coast. We are still trying to get more information from many other resources to publish on Côte d'Ivoire. Please help us to publish accurate information about this country. Thanks in Advance.
We are always trying to provide free services to many sections of the society. Love to provide free services to all residents of Ivory Coast. Please use this promotional code "Ivory Coast Beaches", please use this promotional code in the email, otherwise, our free online vastu consultancy services will be chargeable. We are very ready to provide free personal or online vastu services to the Government of Ivory Coast. Dear readers, please inform to the Government of Ivory Coast to utilize our services.
Ivory Coast Information:
Ivory Coast, often known as “Côte d'Ivoire” and precisely known as “Republic of Côte d'Ivoire” is an independent country situated in Western Africa. Bordering countries of Ivory Coast include Ghana towards the East, Burkina Faso and Mali towards the North and Guinea and Liberia towards its West. The might the Atlantic Ocean lies towards the South of the Country.
The country is famous for its colonial era remains, forests, beaches, resorts, hiking trails, wildlife, and culture. The country is a member of the United Nations (UN), Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), African Union and Latin Union.
The earliest human records in the region are not found as the remains were unfortunately not well preserved but it is estimated by some evidence that humans were active in the region since (15,000-10,000 BC).
One of the earliest and known histories of the region was recorded by the North African people, commonly known as “Berbers” which actively visited the area for salt, gold, slave, etc. trade. Before the arrival of Muslims.
A number of Empires ruled their respective regions. Also, Islam reached the region by the Berbers and gradually most of the local empire adhered themselves towards the Islam. Some of the known empires include “Mali Empire”, Ghana Empire and other Sudanic Empires.
Europeans came in contact with the region by the end of the 15th century and their interest gradually due to naturals resources if the country. French swiftly started building colonies and maintained an active presence in the region.
Also, a large number of local people were forced into slavery and were sent to different parts of the world. The local population due to illiteracy failed to understand the dangerous ambitions of the colonizers. By the end of 19th century, the “Scramble for Africa” was started and by taking advantage of already a presence, French declared its sovereignty all over the Ivory Coast.
The main goal of the French was to produce large quantities of cocoa, coffee, palm oil and a number of other products by forced labor. The country finally got its independent in 1960 under the leadership of “Félix Houphouet-Boigny” and became the first president of the country and remained till 1993 until his death.
After the death of the president, unrest, and political instability started in the country followed by a military coup and civil war.
The terrain of the country mostly features plains with some mountains and hills towards the Northern region. “Mount Nimba” is the highest point in the country.
The almost entire country is covered by tropical and dense forests. Towards South, there are several inland lagoons and savannas. Also, due to abundant natural resources, Ivory Coast is one of the most prosperous countries in the region. There is also a huge land mass that can be and is being used for agricultural purpose.
Ivory Coast has one of the stable and best-performing economies in the world. Agriculture, Services, and Industries are the largest economic sectors.
In terms of agriculture, the country is one of the largest producers of cocoa beans, coffee, and palm oil. Cocoa is also the largest export item of the country followed by petroleum products, rubber, and other daily-life usage items.
As the situation is improving, tourism is also thriving in the country due to numerous spots of tourist interests.
Numerous ethical groups are living in the country and some of the largest of them are Akan, Voltaiques, Gur, Northern Mandés, Krous, Southern Mandés, and others.
In terms of religion, Christianity and Islam are the largest religions in the country with 33% and 39% followers in the total population.
Muslim population mostly rules the Northern Part of the country, while the Christian population is situated in the South. French is the official language and most common language. Also, French serves as lingua franca all over the country. In addition, approx. 65 other local languages are spoken all over the country including English.
- Country Ivory Coast
- Capital City Yamoussoukro
- Area: 322,463 km²
- Population: 23.7 million (2016)
- Currency: West African CFA franc
- Official languages: French
- Demonym: Ivorian; Ivoirian
- Government Unitary presidential republic under a parliamentary system legislature Parliament of Ivory Coast
- Religions: Islam, Christianity, Folk religion
- Time Zone: GMT (UTC+0)
- Drives on the right
- Dialing / Calling Code: +225
- Internet TLD .ci
- Ivoirian National Bird White-cheeked Turaco
- Ivoirian National Flower NA
- Important Cities: Abidjan, Bouake, Korhogo, Yamoussoukro, Daloa, Divo, Grand-Bassam
- Famous Rivers Bandama River, Komoe River, Cavalla River, Sassandra River, Bia River, Tano River, Nzi River, Sankarani River, Black Volta, Cestos River
- Border Countries Liberia, Guinea, Mali, Burkina Faso, Ghana
- Spiritual Places ISKCON Temple, and had Satya Saibaba Ashram and Brahmakumaris Ashram. Two Mosques of Kong, The Mosque of Kaouara, The Mosque of Tengrela, The Mosque of Kouto, The Mosque of Nambira, St. Ann Cathedral, St. Paul's Cathedra, Basilica of Our Lady of Peace
- Tourist Attractions: Tai National Park, Comoe Nationa Park, Banco National Park, Assagny National Park, Mont Peko National Park, Iles Ehotiles National Park, Marahoue National Park, Mont Sangbe National Park, Plateau Mosque, Lake Kossou, Mam's stunts
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