The Treaty of Jaunpur was created in response to rising religious tensions in India which fractured the Indian League due to increasing Hindu militancy against an uninfluenctial Muslim presence. It was created to better protect the rationally and like-minded Indian states that still held onto the values of brotherhood and united strength over petty disputes.
The states agreeing to this treaty will resume and revise the current Indian League as its successor.
The states agreeing to this treaty will understand that it was not the Northern, nor Islamic Indian states that broke apart the League for petty and unorthodoxed reasons.
The states agreeing to this treaty will continue their pursuit of brotherhood and prosperity.
The states agreeing to this treaty will remain allied, continue trade, and put brotherhood above all else.
The states agreeing to this treaty will understand that India must be a united force at all costs, and should never be divided for whatever reasons.