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Maldives - Maladweep - മാലിദ്വീപ്
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The Map of Maldives - Maladweep - മാലിദ്വീപ്
Currency: Maldivian rufiyaa (MVR)
Time zone: UTC+5 (Maldives Time)
Driving side: left
Calling code: +960
ISO 3166 code: MV
Internet TLD: .mv
Anthem: Qaumii salaam

The Maldives - Maladweep (Malayalam) is a tourist paradise. Officially the Republic of Maldives (ދިވެހިރާއްޖޭގެ ޖުމްހޫރިއްޔާ), is a South Asian island country, located in the Indian Ocean, situated in the Arabian Sea. The Maldives are a chain (the name "Maldives" means "island chain", see Mala) of 19 island groups in the Indian Ocean, southwest of India and Sri Lanka.  The highest elevation of 2.4 m is located on Vilingilli Island in Addu Atoll. The Maldives are off the coast of Kerala. Therefore, medium-sized Maldivians come to Thiruvananthapuram for treatment and shopping.

Diving with Manta Ray on the Maldives

The Maldives can be distinguished in islands for local people and tourist islands (like Kuramathi, Bandos, Vabbinfaru or Meerufenfushi). Maldivians are admitted on the tourist islands only as personnel. Since 2009 it is possible for tourists to vacation on local islands.

The Maldivian language, Dhivehi, derives from the medieval Sinhalese, but is now completely independent. It is the only official language of the country, but in recent times the Arabic language is gaining in importance. Dhivehi is written from right to left in the Thaana script, as well as the Latin transcription ("Dhivehi Letin") is used. Divehi has 3 different dialect levels. The highest level (the purest language) known as "Reethi Bhas" is used by the elite of society as well as on radio and television. The second stage is used for the honor of the dignitaries and elders of society. The third stage is used by ordinary people. Thaana is said to have been introduced by the reign of Mohamed Thakurufaanu.

Tourism and fisheries form the basis of the Maldivian economy. The fishing of humans has led the country for centuries. After the development of tourism, people see a retreat from fishing. Tourism brings foreign exchange and employment opportunities.

Every atoll in the Maldives / Maladweep is like a string of pearls. The pearls in this necklace are small islands. The area of ​​each small island is one or two square kilometers. Every atoll has many uninhabited islands. The islands of the atoll are well connected by road.

There are shrubs and flowers, but not many trees. The main trees are coconut, mango and algae. It is difficult to cultivate sandy and salty land. The whole crops are banana, coconut, hemp, pumpkin, paprika and mango. Drinking water is traditionally used as groundwater and rainwater. However, seawater is now used to purify seawater using desalination technology.


The literacy rate is 99%. On every small island there are schools where children from the age of six learn to read and write English and Dhivehi, in addition to the Arabic script to recite the Koran.

The only schools in which you can obtain a university entrance qualification are in Malé. Increasingly, the education system is based on the Arab world, the main subject is Islam.

The Maldives National University is one of the finest public schools in the Indian ocean. The University's mission statement is as follows: "To create, discover, preserve and disseminate knowledge that are necessary to enhance the lives and livelihoods of people and essential for the cultural, social and economic development of the society so that this nation shall remain free and Islamic forever." MNU promotes Islamic Dhivehi traditions and values; likewise, as it is explained in the mission statement, to remain a free and Islamic nation forever.

MNU has seven values it holds true to:
  1. Honour, Honesty, and Integrity
  2. Service to the nation
  3. Rational inquiry and critical thinking
  4. Life-long learning, teamwork and leadership
  5. Self-discipline and respect for the law
  6. Respect for people and their institution.
  7. Shared governance and decision making.

Number 1. Hold true to Honour, honesty and integrity; meanwhile, not tolerating liars, cheater and stealers.
Number 2. Puts the nation's purposes first and serves the nation.
Number 3. Makes it an obligation to think critically for the primary purpose of human endeavor.
Number 4. Promotes life-long learning as a group.
Number 5. Encourages self-discipline in the individual’s life and submission to peace keepers.
Number 6. Tries to keep and maintain an enlightened entity in the area.
Number 7. Puts an emphasis on shared decision making in the role of management through the merge of government and school.

In 1973 the first Ministry of health was created at NMU.
In 1974 the vocational and trade center was established, providing mechanical and electrical trades.
In 1984 the institution for teacher education was created.
In 1987 a tourism school was established for the sole purpose of tourism in the Maldives.
In 1991 the Institute of Management and Administration was created in order to train staff for public and private services.
In 1998 the Maldives of Higher Education was founded.
In January 1999 the Institute of Shar’ah and Law was founded.
In 2000 the college launched its first degree program: Bachelor of Arts.
On 17 January 2011 the Maldives National University Act was passed by the President of the Maldives; The Maldives National University got its name on 15 February 2011.

The most famous historical monuments of the Maldives / are the Coral Stone Mosques.

On July 25, 1965, the Maldives became independent of British rule. Britain granted its independence by signing a lease on the use of military bases in Gan and Addu for a period of 100 years. In 1968, the Sultanate ended in the Maldives by a national referendum.

The Maldives is a presidential republic with considerable influence of the president Ibrahim Mohamed Solih.

The cuisine of the is delicious. Stockfish They are an essential part of their diet. The Maldivian cuisine is very similar to many kitchens in Kerala. For breakfast there is the "Roshi" (the new generation of Maldives called "slice"). It is accompanied by a "mas huni" made from coconut, sugar cane, lime juice, tomato and chilli. Drinking coffee and buttermilk is one of the weaknesses of the Maldives.

Administrative areas (administrative atolls)

  • Haa Alif Atoll
  • Haa Dhaalu Atoll
  • Shaviyani Atoll
  • Raa Atoll
  • Baa Atoll
  • Noonu Atoll
  • Lhaviyani Atoll
  • Alif Alif Atoll
  • Alif Dhaal Atoll
  • Kaafu
  • Vaavu
  • Faafu Atoll
  • Dhaalu Atoll
  • Meemu Atoll
  • Thaa Atoll
  • Laamu Atoll
  • Gaafu Alif Atoll
  • Gaafu Dhaalu Atoll
  • Gnaviyani Atoll
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Geographical atolls of the Maldives
from north to south:

Ihavandhippolhu | Thiladhunmathi-Miladummadulhu | Maamakunudhoo | Alifushi | North Maalhosmadulu | Fasdhūtherē | South Maalhosmadulu | Faadhippolhu | Goidhoo | Kaashidhoo | Gaafaru | North Malé | South Malé | Thoddoo | Rasdhoo | Ari | Felidhu | Vattaru | Mulaku | North Nilandhe | South Nilandhe | Kolhumadulu | Haddhunmathi | Huvadhu | Fuvahmulah | Addu
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