Forms of address in Vishwamitra

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This article includes the list of forms of address used in Vishwamitra.

Abbreviations

Royalty

Position On envelopes Salutation in letter Oral address
Rashtradhyaksh HIllRM The Rashtradhyaksh Your Illustrious and Royal Majesty Your Illustrious and Royal Majesty, and thereafter as "Sir"
Uparashtradhyaksh HM The Uparashtradhyaksh Your Majesty Your Majesty, and thereafter as "Sir" (for males) and "Ma'am" (for females)
State monarchs (Rajpramukhs) HM The Rajpramukh of (state), e.g. The Rajpramukh of Purvanchal
Parents/siblings of the provincial monarchs (Rajpramukhs) HRH The Prince Father of (state), e.g. The Prince Father of Purvanchal
HRH The Princess Mother of (state), e.g. The Prince Mother of Purvanchal
HRH The Prince/Princess (name), e.g. The Prince Saikat
Heirs to the throne HRH The Crown Prince/Princess of (state)
HRH The Senior Prince/Princess of (state)
Members of the first family(s) of the provincial monarchs[a] HSH Prince/Princess (first name) Your Serene Highness Your Serene Highness, and thereafter as "Sir" (for males) and "Ma'am" (for females)
First cousins of the provincial monarchs
Husbands of female members of the first family(s) and first cousins HE (first name and surname) Your Excellency Your Excellency, and thereafter as "Sir"
Members of the extended family(s) of the provincial monarchs HH Prince/Princess (first name) Your Highness Your Highness, and thereafter as "Sir" (for males) and "Ma'am" (for females)
Regent(s) HRH The Regent of Vishwamitra Your Royal Highness Your Royal Highness, and thereafter as "Sir" (for males) and "Ma'am" (for females)
HRH The Prince/Princess Regent of (state)

Nobility

Position On envelopes Salutation in letter Oral address
Regent(s) HH The Regent Your Highness Your Highness and thereafter as "Sir" (for males) or "Ma'am" (for females)
Duke His Grace The Duke of (title) My Lord Duke or Dear Duke (of title) Your Grace or Duke
Duchess Her Grace The Duchess of (title) Madam or Dear Duchess (of title) Your Grace or Duchess
Count The Rt Hon The Count of (title) My Lord or Dear Lord (title) My Lord or Your Lordship or Lord (title)
Countess The Rt Hon The Countess of (title) Madam or Dear Lady (title) My Lady or Your Ladyship or Lady (title)
Baron The Rt Hon The Lord (surname) or
The Rt Hon The Baron (surname)
My Lord or Dear Lord (title) My Lord or Your Lordship or Lord (surname)
Baroness The Rt Hon The Lady (surname) or
The Rt Hon The Baroness (surname)
Madam or Dear Lady (title) My Lady or Your Ladyship or Lady (title)

Government

Position On envelopes Salutation in letter Oral address
Prime Minister HE The Most Hon (name) Your Excellency Your Excellency, and thereafter as "Sir" (for males) or "Ma'am" (for females)
Deputy Prime Minister HE The Rt Hon (name)
Senior Minister
Cabinet Minister(s) HE (name)
Minister(s) of State The Rt Hon (name) Sir or Madam Sir or Madam
Privy Councillor(s) The Most Exc
Member(s) of Parliament The Hon
Administrator(s) The Most Hon
Governor(s) of overseas territories
Crown representative(s)
Chief Justice HL Justice (name) Your Lordship Your Lordship Justice (name), and thereafter as "Sir" (for males) or "Ma'am" (for females)

References and notes

  1. Only applicable to those born in the royal house or married (for females only) to a member of the royal house.