Savage Earth: Cold Moon
The Perfumed Empire
The Perfumed Empire stretches from the Gulf in the west to Bangladesh in the east. As the sacred Himalaya stretch across its northern borders the land is held as the home of the Gods by those who worship the Gods of Pangaea and the land is dotted with countless temples and holy sites.
Though ruled by the native Nagah, the Perfumed Empire is home to all breeds of saurian and mammal as well as being the traditional home of the Deva and the Asura as well as the last significant domain of the Rakshan in the East. Sri Lanka and the Eastern shores are home to the largest Rakashan settlements which lead to occasional outbreaks of violence. Nagah and Deva avoid these regions for the most part, keeping to the Southern and central regions for the most part.
The Ganges river and the Indus River are both highly populated and are by far the most urban regions of the Empire. To the West of the Indus valley the cities are heavily populated by Humans and a few are even ruled by or at least governed by Mammals. Other towns act as a buffer between human occupied Africa and the Saurians of Larasia giving the lands a cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Mohenjo-daro is one of the largest city-settlements of the Indus valley, central to the Perfumed Empire, situated in the Larkana district of Sindh in what is Pakistan in our world. The administrative centre for the Nagah nation and their Empire Mohenjo-Daro is one of the largest cities in the world with a planned layout based on a grid of streets. Throughout the city and its suburbs one can see the Nagah approach to sharing their empire with mammals and giving them (near) equal rights and conditions as the saurians.
To the South the Empire is blanketed in heavy jungles which hide all manner of mysteries from hidden saurian cities to the arboreal Deva villages. Tribes of sentient monsters make these jungles home as they are pushed further and further from the cities by encroaching urbanisation and the dungeons of previous Nagah dynasties are difficult to reach and dangerous to explore.