Administrative divisions of Vishwamitra
The State of Vishwamitra is a federal absolute monarchy functioning under six provinces and four towns. The six provinces are governed by the Rajpramukhs, or provincial rulers which is a hereditary position, while the four towns are governed by the Governors, who are appointed by the Rashtradhyaksh on the advice of the Rajpramukhs and serve in office on the pleasure of the Rashtradhyaksh.
The Rajpramukhs serve as the executive head of their respective provinces, while the Governors govern the towns and report to the Rajpramukh of the State in which the town falls. The Governors are not directly allowed to report to the Rashtradhyaksh and hence they report to the Rajpramukhs, as the Rajpramukhs are the ceremonial head of the towns, while the Governors serve as executive head of government.
Provinces and towns of the State of Vishwamitra
The Provinces are the highest federal administrative units in the State of Vishwamitra. Due to the nation being a federal monarchy, the provinces play a pivotal role in the nation's administration. The five provinces are administered and ruled by a hereditary absolute monarch called the Rajpramukh, who serve as both the head of state and head of government in the provinces. The sixth province, Basistha is ruled by an elective absolute monarch who is elected by the other ruling provincial monarchs of the nation.
The rulers of the six states along with the Prime Minister collectively form the Conference of Rulers which plays an important role in the election of the Rashtradhyaksh which takes place after every three years. The provincial rulers are termed to be powerful due to their role and privileges in the election of the Rashtradhyaksh.
|Flag||Name||Emblem||State code||Capital||Citizens||Official language(s)||Government||Leader|
|Purvanchal||PUR||Rajagriha||10||English, Hindi, Bengali, Assamese, Romanian, French||Hereditary Absolute monarchy||Rajpramukh |
|Beltola||BLT||Brikshasthana||11||English, Hindi, Bengali, Assamese||Hereditary Absolute monarchy||Rajpramukh |
|Uttaranchal||UTR||Gotanagar||7||English, Hindi, Nepali, Bengali, Assamese||Hereditary Absolute monarchy||Rajpramukh |
|Madhya Prant||MPR||Navanna||8||English, Hindi, Bengali, Assamese||Hereditary Absolute monarchy||Rajpramukh |
|Kamrupa||KMP||Dadara||5||English, Hindi, Bengali, Assamese||Hereditary Absolute monarchy||Rajpramukh |
|Basistha||TBD||BAS||Basistha City||6||English, Hindi, Bengali, Assamese, Urdu||Elective Absolute monarchy||Rajpramukh |
Mohammad Mridul Amin
The capital cities are the capital regions of the provinces of the State. The capitals are governed by the Mayors who are appointed by the Rashtradhyaksh on the advice of the provincial rulers. They serve in office for a term on the pleasure of the Monarch. They are responsible for maintaining law and order, security, etc. in the capital regions. Rajagriha, which is the capital of Purvanchal is also the national capital.
|Flag||Name||Emblem||City code||Jurisdiction||Official language(s)||Leader|
|Rajagriha||RJG||Purvanchal||English, Hindi||Mayor |
|Brikshasthana||BKS||Beltola||English, Hindi||Mayor |
|Gotanagar||GTN||Uttaranchal||English, Hindi||Mayor |
|Navanna||NVN||Madhya Prant||English, Hindi||Mayor |
|Dadara||DDR||Kamrupa||English, Hindi||Mayor |
|Basistha City||BSC||Basistha||English, Hindi||Mayor |
|Chandrabans||CHB||Federal Crown||India||Crown Territory||English, Hindi, Bengali, Assamese||Crown Representative |