Quick Answer: What was Indonesia called before?

What was Indonesia formerly called?

Formal Name: Republic of Indonesia (Republik Indonesia; the word Indonesia was coined from the Greek indos—for India—and nesos—for island). Short Form: Indonesia. Former Names: Netherlands East Indies; Dutch East Indies.

Is Indonesia a third world country?

However, none of these nations would be considered Third World under the modern definition—they’re all too prosperous.

Third World Countries 2021.

Country Human Development Index 2021 Population
Indonesia 0.694 276,361,783
Vietnam 0.694 98,168,833
Egypt 0.696 104,258,327
Philippines 0.699 111,046,913

What is the official religion of Indonesia?

Religion in Indonesia

Percentage share (of total population) Absolute numbers (in millions)
Muslim 87.2 207.2
Protestant 6.9 16.5
Catholic 2.9 6.9
Hindu 1.7 4.0

Why did the Dutch Takeover Indonesia?

The Dutch arrived in Indonesia in 1595 looking for natural resources and a place to take over.

Was Indonesia a part of India?

Both countries are neighbours, as India’s Andaman and Nicobar Islands share a maritime border with Indonesia along the Andaman Sea. The Indian-Indonesian relationship stretches back for almost two millennia.

India–Indonesia relations.

India Indonesia
Embassy of India, Jakarta Embassy of Indonesia, New Delhi
Envoy
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