Anirban Phatowali, Rajpramukh of Kamrupa

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Anirban Phatowali
अनिर्बान फतोवाली
অনির্বাণ ফাতোয়ালী
His Majesty, Rajpramukh of Kamrupa
File:Anirban Phatowali new photo.jpg
His Majesty in 2023
Rajpramukh of Kamrupa
Reign8 June 2020 – present
Heir presumptiveArnisha, Senior Princess
PredecessorMonarchy established
Minister of External Affairs
In office
3 March 2020 – 9 March 2020
MonarchsAnoushkaa Patranabish
Preceded byBishnu Chetry
Succeeded byAnkurjyoti Thakuria
Gubernatorial offices
Governor of South Guwahati
In office
13 November 2016 – 27 November 2016
PresidentAnoushkaa Patranabish
Prime MinisterVaruna Sriraya
Preceded bySanghita Roy
Succeeded bySarala Baishya (acting)
Governor of Madhya Guwahati
In office
15 June 2019 – 20 July 2019
PresidentVaruna Sriraya
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byRajdeep Deka
Succeeded byArnab Deka
Governor of Purvanchal
In office
20 July 2019 – 1 September 2019
PresidentVaruna Sriraya
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Chief MinisterNishwan Baidantic
Preceded byReshmi Hazarika
Succeeded byRajdeep Deka
Ministerial offices
Minister of State of Culture
In office
6 December 2015 – 11 April 2016
Prime MinisterSarala Baishya
Preceded byPosition created
Succeeded byBishakha Das
Minister of State (Independent Charge) in the Prime Minister's Office
In office
11 April 2016 – 13 November 2016
Prime MinisterVaruna Sriraya
Preceded byMinistry created
Succeeded byAbhiraj Kar
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Law and Justice
In office
30 December 2016 – 17 February 2017
Prime MinisterVaruna Sriraya
Preceded byTanishkaa Patranabish
Succeeded byRajdeep Deka
Minister of Corporate Affairs and Sanitation and Cleanliness Campaign
In office
17 February 2017 – 12 April 2017
Prime MinisterVaruna Sriraya
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs
In office
12 April 2017 – 5 July 2017
Prime MinisterSarala Baishya
Preceded byAbhiraj Kar
Succeeded byAbhiraj Kar
In office
14 May 2018 – 12 October 2018
PresidentTanishkaa Patranabish
Varuna Sriraya
Preceded byAsmi Patranabis
Succeeded byPrincess Asmi
In office
2 September 2019 – 15 October 2019
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byAbhiraj Kar
Succeeded byAbhiraj Kar
In office
24 November 2019 – 9 December 2019
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byNishwan Baidantic
Succeeded byMridul Amin
In office
22 March 2020 – 29 March 2020
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Succeeded byArnab Deka
Minister of Culture
In office
23 July 2017 – 6 August 2017
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byAnoushkaa Patranabish
Succeeded byMinistry abolished
In office
8 September 2017 – 25 December 2017
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byMinistry re-established
Succeeded byVaruna Sriraya
In office
7 January 2019 – 3 June 2019
(On leave: 20 April – 5 May 2019
18 May – 23 May 2019)
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byVaruna Sriraya
Succeeded byBhargab Jyoti Medhi
Minister of Information and Broadcasting
In office
25 July 2017 – 8 September 2017
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byArnab Sil
Succeeded byBishnu Chetry
In office
21 March 2018 – 13 May 2018
Prime MinisterVaruna Sriraya
Preceded byArnab Sil
Succeeded bySaikat Seal
In office
12 October 2018 – 28 February 2019
Preceded bySaikat Seal
Succeeded byBhargab Jyoti Medhi
In office
17 March 2019 – 3 June 2019
(On leave: 20 April – 5 May 2019
18 May – 23 May 2019)
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byBhargab Jyoti Medhi
Succeeded byManoj Chetry
In office
15 October 2019 – 24 November 2019
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byNishwan Baidantic
Succeeded byNishwan Baidantic
Minister of National Development
In office
9 December 2019 – 3 March 2020
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byAbhiraj Kar
Succeeded byRajdeep Deka
In office
9 March 2020 – 22 March 2020
Prime MinisterAnoushkaa Patranabish
Preceded byRajdeep Deka
Succeeded byArnab Sil
In office
29 March 2020 – 30 April 2020
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byArnab Sil
Succeeded byPosition vacant
In office
13 May 2020 – 8 June 2020
PresidentTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byPosition vacant
Succeeded byRajdeep Deka
Bornc. 2009 (age 15)
 India
HousePhatowali
FatherPrince Father Bhairav
MotherPrincess Mother Runa
ReligionHindu

His Majesty Anirban Phatowali (born 2009) is the current Rajpramukh of Kamrupa who has been reigning since 8 June 2020, and is fifth in the order of seniority of the succession of the Rashtradhyaksh. A senior member of the Government, had served as a Minister in the Union Cabinet and had also been Governors of various states.

Early and personal life

Anirban Phatowali was born in 2009 to Prince Father Phatowali and Princess Mother Phatowali as their second child. He is the younger brother of Princess Arnisha, who served as the first Prime Minister of Vishwamitra and is one of the three founders of the State of Vishwamitra.

As Junior Minister in the Cabinet

He was first inducted in the Union Cabinet under the premiership of Sarala Baishya as an Union Minister of State in the Ministry of Culture on 6 December 2015 and remained in office until the dissolution of the government on 11 April 2016. Following the massive victory of Varuna Sriraya in the general elections on 11 April 2016, Phatowali was inducted into the Union Cabinet once again as a Minister of State, but with independent charge in the Prime Minister's Office. On 10 July 2016, he was entrusted the additional duties of the Minister of State in the Ministry of Sanitation and Cleanliness Campaign until 13 November 2016, when he was shifted to the Finance ministry as a junior minister.

He had to resign from the cabinet following his appointment as Governor of Beltola, put he decided to put down his papers from the ceremonial office in just 13 days of being appointed. He was reinducted into the ministry on 30 December 2016 after the incumbent Prime Minister returned to office winning 90% of the total seats in the Parliament, as a Minister of State (Independent Charge) in the Ministry of Law and Justice and remained in office until his elevation as a cabinet minister on 17 February 2017.

As a Cabinet Minister

He became the Cabinet Minister for Sanitation and Hygiene and remained in that capacity until 12 April 2017. With Sarala Baishya becoming the Prime Minister on 12 April 2017, he became Cabinet Minister once again with the charge of three different ministries - Parliamentary Affairs, Cabinet Affairs and All Party Affairs, and remained in capacity until the General Elections in July and the formation of the Unity Government under Tanishkaa Patranabish. He again became a Cabinet Minister with the charge of the Ministries of Corporate Affairs and Information and Broadcasting. Following Anoushkaa Patranabish's election as the Vice-President, he was entrusted the additional charge of the Ministry of Culture which he held from 23 July until 6 August. In a cabinet reshuffle held on 7 September, he was shifted to the Ministry of Culture and was relieved from the other two ministries. On 3 November 2017, he was given the additional charge on the Ministry of Law and Justice and continued until 25 December 2017.

Following Varuna Sriraya's becoming the Prime Minister on 25 December 2017, he was made Cabinet Minister for Regional Affairs and States and continued until 21 March 2018, when was reappointed as Cabinet Minister for Information and Broadcasting and remained until 13 May 2018. He became Cabinet Minister for Parliamentary Affairs and Cabinet Affairs under the Supreme Leader's Cabinet from 13 May until 12 October 2018. Under the first Executive Cabinet led by the President Varuna Sriraya, he became Cabinet Minister for Art and Literature, Information and Broadcasting and Assistant Minister for Finance.

On 7 January 2019, he was made Cabinet Minister for Culture & Information and Broadcasting, and later as Cabinet Minister for Culture and Statistics and Programme Implementation. He was again shifted to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and remained until his dismissal on 3 June 2019.

He was reinducted into the Council of Ministers on 2 September 2019 as a Cabinet Minister for Parliamentary Affairs. On 5 October, he was entrusted the additional charge of the Ministry of National Development & Law and Justice and held the charge of the three ministries until 15 October, when he was given the charge of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting & Environmental Resources.

On 24 November, he was again given the charge of the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs in addition to Intergovernmental Affairs. He was transferred to the Ministry of National Development on 9 December and remained until the dissolution of the cabinet headed by Tanishkaa Patranabish.

Gubernatorial position

He was appointed as the Governor of Beltola for the first time on 13 October 2016, following the indisposition of then Governor Sanghita Roy, but he resigned from the position 13 days after assuming office on 27 November 2016.

He was appointed as a Governor for the second time on 15 June 2019 as the Governor of Madhya Prant soon after his dismissal from the Union Council of Ministers, but was transferred to the State of Purvanchal on 20 July 2019. He resigned as a Governor on 1 September 2019, in order to the Union Council of Ministers.

Interim Cabinet and tenure as a Senior Cabinet Minister

In the interim cabinet formed under Prime Minister Anoushkaa Patranabish on 3 March 2020, he was inducted as a Cabinet Minister with the portfolios of External Affairs. On 9 March, he was relieved from the Ministry of External Affairs and entrusted the charge of the Ministry of Planning & National Development.

Following Tanishkaa Patranabish's victory in the General Elections, he was inducted in the Council of Ministers as a Cabinet Minister with the portfolios of Parliamentary Affairs & Sports and Youth Affairs. On 29 March 2020, he was given the charge of the Minister of National Development after relieving him from the existing two ministries.

He retained the same portfolio under the executive cabinet headed by President Tanishkaa Patranabish from 3 May 2020 until 7 June 2020.

As Rajpramukh of Kamrupa

On 8 June 2020, under the new system of government, he was appointed as the Rajpramukh of Kamrupa. He also served as the Chairman of the Installation Committee of the Second Rashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya on 23 August 2020.

Positions held

Positions From To
Minister of State for Culture 6 December 2015 11 April 2016
Minister of State (Independent Charge) in the Prime Minister's Office 11 April 2016 13 November 2016
Minister of State for Sanitation and Cleanliness Campaign 10 July 2016 2 October 2016
Minister of State for Finance
Minister of State for Salaries
2 October 2016 13 November 2016
Governor of South Guwahati 13 November 2016 27 November 2016
Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Law and Justice
Minister of State for Finance
Minister of State for Salaries
30 December 2016 17 February 2017
Minister of Sanitation and Cleanliness Campaign
Minister of Corporate Affairs
17 February 2017 12 April 2017
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs
Minister of All Party Affairs

Minister of Cabinet Affairs
12 April 2017 5 July 2017
Minister of Corporate Affairs
Minister of Information and Broadcasting
5 July 2017 8 September 2017
Minister of Culture 22 July 2017 6 August 2017
Minister of Culture 8 September 2017 25 December 2017
Minister of Law and Justice 3 November 2017 25 December 2017
Minister of Regional Affairs
Minister of States
25 December 2017 21 March 2018
Minister of Information and Broadcasting 21 March 2018 13 May 2018
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs
Minister of Cabinet Affairs
14 May 2018 12 October 2018
Minister of Information and Broadcasting 12 October 2018 28 February 2019
Minister of Art and Literature
Assistant Minister of Finance
12 October 2018 7 January 2019
Minister of Culture 7 January 2019 20 April 2019
Minister of Planning 25 February 2019 28 February 2019
Minister of Statistics and Programme Implementation 25 February 2019 17 March 2019
Minister of Information and Broadcasting 17 March 2019 20 April 2019
Minister of Culture
Minister of Information and Broadcasting
5 May 2019 18 May 2019
Minister of Culture
Minister of Information and Broadcasting
23 May 2019 3 June 2019
Governor of Madhya Guwahati 15 June 2019 20 July 2019
Governor of Purvanchal 20 July 2019 1 September 2019
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs 2 September 2019 15 October 2019
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs 2 September 2019 29 September 2019
Minister of Law and Justice
Minister of National Development
5 October 2019 15 October 2019
Minister of Information and Broadcasting
Minister of Environmental Resources
15 October 2019 24 November 2019
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs
24 November 2019 25 November 2019
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs
2 December 2019 9 December 2019
Minister of National Development 9 December 2019 3 March 2020
Minister of Communications and Technology 24 December 2019 3 January 2020
Minister of Community Development 3 January 2020 3 March 2020
Minister of External Affairs 3 March 2020 9 March 2020
Minister of National Development
Minister of Planning
9 March 2020 22 March 2020
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs 22 March 2020 29 March 2020
Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs 22 March 2020 30 April 2020
Minister of National Development 29 March 2020 30 April 2020
13 May 2020 7 June 2020
Rajpramukh of Kamrupa 8 June 2020 Incumbent

Titles, styles and honours

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Anirban Phatowali, Rajpramukh of Kamrupa
Reference styleHis Majesty
Spoken styleYour Majesty
Alternative styleSir

Titles and styles

  • 8 June 2020 – 4 August 2021 : His Royal Highness The Rajpramukh of Kamrupa
  • 4 August 2021 – 20 July 2022: His Exalted Highness The Rajpramukh of Kamrupa
  • 20 July 2022 – present: His Majesty The Rajpramukh of Kamrupa

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