The Himalaya Kingdom is a Delhavi vassal in northern India.
The Himalaya Kingdom was created in 1460, after land was ceded by Tibet from their vassal of Nepal. Himalaya then became a Delhavi tributary. The ruling dynasty of Himalaya was formed when the Sultan's nephew married the daughter of a powerful Kathmandu noble.
In 1462, Delhi began detaining Gunterist followers and missionaries in the Himalaya Mountains, so the Himalaya Kingdom heavily guards these prisons. By 1463, the majority of these Gunterists were sent south to the Chagos Islands, except for those younger than 7. These children were sent to the village of Khumjung to become loyal Delhavis and learn the ways of Islam.
Himalaya's size approximately tripled when Kangra and West Nepal merged with the kingdom. The Delhavi purchase of West Nepal from Tibet allowed Himalaya to be connected to Kangra by only traveling through vassal territory. Kangra and West Nepal were combined with Himalaya, making the kingdom one contiguous strip of land.
- Delhi: Created the Kingdom.
- Same as Delhi.
- Tibet: The Delhians don't like them, although Himalaya was originally part of a Tibetan-vassalized Nepal. The Tibetan vassal of West Nepal appears to be anti-Delhi and anti-Muslim. However, when Tibet sold West Nepal to Delhi, anti-Delhi and anti-Muslim activites ceased in the region, and allowed West Nepal and Kangra to merge with Himalaya. Relations have improved with Delhi.