List of heads of state of Vishwamitra

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Head of State of Vishwamitra
विश्वामित्र के राष्ट्रप्रधान
StyleHis Illustrious and Royal Majesty
TypeHead of state
ResidenceRashtra Niwas
SeatRajagriha (official)
AppointerConference of Rulers
Term lengthFive years; consecutively non-renewable
Formation15 April 2007 (17 years ago) (2007-04-15)
First holderVaruna Sriraya (as President)

This is a list consisting of all the heads of state of modern and contemporary Vishwamitra, from the establishment of the Children's Group in 2007 to the present-day Vishwamitra.

The incumbent head of state, as of 22 April 2024, is Rashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya who has been reigning since 1 August 2020 and has previously served as the nation's head of state in various other capacities.

Titles of office

  • 2007–2018: President of the Republic
  • 2018            : Supreme Leader
  • 2018–2019: President of the State
  • 2019–2020: President of the Commonwealth
  • 2020–present: Rashtradhyaksh (Supreme Head of the Nation)

List of office-holders

Political parties
Other factions

Republic of Children's Group (2007–2017)

The head of state of the Republic of Children's Group was a ceremonial president who was indirectly elected by the members of the parliament and served for a tenure of two years (later reduced to six-eight months) or until their resignation from office. The first president was Varuna Sriraya who was elected to the office upon the nation's establishment on 15 April 2007 and remained in office until his resignation on 31 December 2009.

  Denotes Acting President
No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Election Term of office Political party Vice President Head of government
Took office Left office Time in office
1 File:Birthday Portrait of Rashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya (cropped).jpg Varuna Sriraya
(born 2002)
15 April 2007 31 December 2009 2 years, 260 days Independent Tanishkaa Patranabish Arnisha Phatowali
Ceremonial president. Elected as the first president of the nation upon the creation of the position. Concurrently served as Deputy Prime Minister and also as Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Sports. Resigned to assume the office of the Prime Minister. Succeeded in office by vice president Tanishkaa Patranabish.
2 File:Official Portrait of Tanishkaa Patranabish (October 2018).jpg Tanishkaa Patranabish
(born 2004)
2010 1 January 2010 22 May 2012 2 years, 142 days Independent Varuna Sriraya Varuna Sriraya
Ceremonial president. Elected to office upon the resignation of her predecessor Varuna Sriraya by defeating outgoing prime minister Arnisha Phatowali. Concurrently also served as Minister of Finance, Sports and Child Welfare. Stepped down from office upon completion of tenure in 2012.
(1) File:Birthday Portrait of Rashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya (cropped).jpg Varuna Sriraya
(born 2002)
2012 22 May 2012 15 July 2014 2 years, 54 days Independent Anoushkaa Patranabish Self
Sarala Baishya
Ceremonial president. Elected to office for a second term without contest. Prime Minister at the time of election and continued to serve as prime minister until declining to run for a third term in 2014. Remained as the president until stepping down after declining to seek a second term in July 2014. Succeeded by prime minister Sarala Baishya in office. First president to have concurrently served as the nation's prime minister.
3 File:Sarala Baishya in 2017.png Sarala Baishya
(born 2005)
2014 15 July 2014 6 December 2015 1 year, 144 days Independent Anoushkaa Patranabish Self
Varuna Sriraya
Bishnu Chetry Tanishkaa Patranabish
Ceremonial president. Unopposed elected to office to succeeded Varuna Sriraya who had declined to run for a second term. Prime Minister at the time of election and continued to serve as prime minister until resigning in November 2014. Despite stepping down as prime minister, continued to serve as ceremonial president and performed duties including appointing Speaker Varuna Sriraya as acting prime minister and then appointing opposition leader Tanishkaa Patranabish as prime minister in February 2015. Tenure cut short following constitutional reforms in December 2015 and lost re-election.
(1) File:Birthday Portrait of Rashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya (cropped).jpg Varuna Sriraya
(born 2002)
2015 6 December 2015 21 March 2016 106 days Independent Bishnu Chetry Sarala Baishya
Ceremonial president. Elected president for a third term by defeating incumbent president Sarala Baishya who had run for a second term in office. Later appointed Baishya as the prime minister. Concurrently also served as Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha. Remained in office until being defeated in bid for a second term in office.
File:Official Portrait of Tanishkaa Patranabish (October 2018).jpg Tanishkaa Patranabish
(born 2004)
March 2016 21 March 2016 2 October 2016 195 days Independent Bishnu Chetry Sarala Baishya
(2) May 2016 CGSP Arnab Sil Varuna Sriraya
Ceremonial president. Chief Justice prior to election, elected president for a second term defeating incumbent president Varuna Sriraya who had sought for a consecutive term in office. Concurrently elected as Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha and later as Speaker in April 2016. Re-elected to office for a consecutive second term in May 2016 defeating former president Sarala Baishya. Designated as the ex-officio Speaker of the Senate in August 2016. Stepped down from office upon completion of tenure in October.
4 File:Portrait of Anoushkaa Patranabish in 2018.jpg Anoushkaa Patranabish
(born 2010)
October 2016 2 October 2016 13 December 2016
(Impeached)
72 days CGSP Arnab Sil Varuna Sriraya
Bishnu Chetry
Ceremonial president. Deputy Prime Minister prior to election. Elected to office defeating former president and (then) Lieutenant Governor of Central Guwahati Sarala Baishya by a huge margin. Remained in office until being impeached in December 2016 on grounds of failing to perform constitutional duties.
File:Sarala Baishya in 2017.png Sarala Baishya
(born 2005)
13 December 2016 27 January 2017 45 days CGIP Bishnu Chetry Varuna Sriraya
Acting president. Lieutenant Governor of Central Guwahati was appointed as the acting president following the successful impeachment of president Anoushkaa Patranabish. Discharged various constitutional duties as acting president including dissolution of the parliament, appointment of prime minister upon general election, addressing special session of the parliament, granting assent to important legislations including Uttar Guwahati Re-Organization Bill and the Foreign Relations Bill. Elected for a full term in January 2017.

Republic of Friends Society (2017–2018)

On 27 January 2017, the Republic of Friends Society was formally adopted as the new name for Children's Group. The ceremonial president continued to serve as the head of state who was indirectly elected by the members of the parliament. The first president upon the nation's name change was Sarala Baishya who was elected to office on 27 January 2017. She served in office until resigning on 11 April 2017.

  Denotes Acting President
No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Election Term of office Political party Vice President Head of government
Took office Left office Time in office
(3) File:Sarala Baishya in 2017.png Sarala Baishya
(born 2005)
2017 27 January 2017 11 April 2017 74 days CGIP Bishnu Chetry Varuna Sriraya
Ceremonial president. Acting President since 13 December 2016. Unopposed elected for a full term. Concurrently also served as Speaker of the Sadasya Sabha. Continued to serve in office until resigning on 11 April 2017 to assume the office of the Prime Minister. Succeeded by vice president Bishnu Chetry on acting basis.
Bishnu Chetry
(born 2001)
11 April 2017 12 April 2017 1 day CGSP Self Varuna Sriraya
Acting president. Vice President Bishnu Chetry was appointed to discharge the functions as acting president upon the resignation of president Sarala Baishya. Served in office for a day until the appointment of Varuna Sriraya as president.
(1) File:Birthday Portrait of Rashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya (cropped).jpg Varuna Sriraya
(born 2002)
12 April 2017 25 December 2017 257 days CGIP Bishnu Chetry Sarala Baishya
Anoushkaa Patranabish Tanishkaa Patranabish
Sarala Baishya
Ceremonial president. Appointed as the President upon stepping down as prime minister to succeed Sarala Baishya who had resigned earlier to take over as the prime minister. Despite role as constitutional head of state, played an important role in the formation of the unity government in the aftermath of the July general election. Resigned from office on 25 December 2017 to take over as prime minister.
(4) File:Portrait of Anoushkaa Patranabish in 2018.jpg Anoushkaa Patranabish
(born 2010)
25 December 2017 13 May 2018
(deposed)
139 days CGSP Sarala Baishya Varuna Sriraya
Ceremonial president. Appointed as the President upon the resignation of president Varuna Sriraya who had resigned from office to take over as the prime minister. Deposed from office during the constitutional coup of 14 May 2018 carried out by prime minister Varuna Sriraya.

People's Committee of Friends Society (May–September 2018)

The People's Committee of Friends Society was proclaimed as the legitimate state after the constitutional coup carried out by prime minister Varuna Sriraya. The supreme leader was the executive head of state of the nation. Varuna Sriraya served as the first and only supreme leader of the nation.

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Election Term of office Political party Deputy head of state Head of government
Took office Left office Time in office
(1) File:Birthday Portrait of Rashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya (cropped).jpg Marshal of the Forces
Varuna Sriraya

(born 2002)
14 May 2018 11 September 2018 120 days FSC Anoushkaa Patranabish Tanishkaa Patranabish
Titled Supreme Leader. Proclaimed self as supreme leader in the aftermath of the constitutional coup which led to the abolition of the Republic and other constitutional offices and the imposition of the ban on the constitution and the indefinite suspension of the parliament and the supreme court. Suspension of the supreme court and parliament were later lifted which resulted in the supreme court declaring the regime as "unconstitutional" and directing supreme leader Varuna Sriraya to get elected constitutionally. Tenure ended with the proclamation of the State of Friends Society.

State of Friends Society (2018–2019)

The State of Friends Society was proclaimed as the legitimate and constitutionally recognized state on 11 September 2019. The president was declared to be the executive head of state (later became constitutional head of state in March 2019). Varuna Sriraya served as the only president under the State of Friends Society.

  Denotes Acting President
No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Election Term of office Political party Vice President Head of government
Took office Left office Time in office
(1) File:Birthday Portrait of Rashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya (cropped).jpg Marshal of the Forces
Varuna Sriraya

(born 2002)
2018 11 September 2018 29 January 2019 140 days FSC Anoushkaa Patranabish Self
Tanishkaa Patranabish
Executive president. Elected by the parliament as the constitutionally designated head of state after agreeing to step down as supreme leader. Later popularly elected in October the same year defeating National Assembly President Tanishkaa Patranabish. Entered into power-sharing agreement with his rival candidate Tanishkaa Patranabish and agreed upon adopting a semi-presidential system and appointed her as prime minister. Concurrently served as Speaker of Lok Sabha since 7 January 2019.
File:Portrait of Anoushkaa Patranabish in 2018.jpg General of the Army
Anoushkaa Patranabish

(born 2010)
29 January 2019 31 January 2019 3 days CGSP Self Tanishkaa Patranabish
Acting president. Vice president Anoushkaa Patranabish discharged the duties of the president during the period of absence of President Varuna Sriraya from the union.
(1) File:Birthday Portrait of Rashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya (cropped).jpg Marshal of the Forces
Varuna Sriraya

(born 2002)
31 January 2019 3 August 2019 184 days FSC Anoushkaa Patranabish Tanishkaa Patranabish
Resumed presidential duties upon returning from leave. Dissolved parliament in March 2019 and called for early election. Constituted Lokpal commission to make recommendations on system of government in the nation. Based on such recommendations, assumed charge president with limited powers and shared duties with the prime minister.

Commonwealth of Friends Society (2019–2020)

The Commonwealth of Friends Society was proclaimed on 3 August 2020 which ushered into a new era in the history of the nation. President Varuna Sriraya continued to serve as the head of state until his resignation in April 2020.

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Election Term of office Political party Vice President Head of government
Took office Left office Time in office
(1) File:Birthday Portrait of Rashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya (cropped).jpg Marshal of the Forces
Varuna Sriraya

(born 2002)
2019 3 August 2019 30 April 2020 271 days FSC Anoushkaa Patranabish Tanishkaa Patranabish
Sarala Baishya
Position vacant Anoushkaa Patranabish
Sarala Baishya Tanishkaa Patranabish
Continued as President of the Commonwealth of Friends Society. Elected for a consecutive term in November 2019 defeating his rival candidate and prime minister Tanishkaa Patranabish by a huge margin and declared as president-for-life amidst protests and opposition. Briefly assumed executive powers on 24 November 2019 and concurrently served as Minister of Finance and Commonwealth Affairs. Relinquished executive powers to the head of government two days later in 26 November 2019. Suddenly announced resignation from office on 13 April 2019 and declared prime minister Tanishkaa Patranabish as his successor. Resigned from office on 30 April 2019, yet continued to exert influence as Chairman of the Council of State.
(2) File:Portrait of Tanishkaa Patranabish (2021).jpeg General of the Army
Tanishkaa Patranabish

(born 2004)
1 May 2020
(Acting until
3 May 2020)
7 June 2020 37 days NPC Anoushkaa Patranabish Self
Executive president. Designated as the successor to Varuna Sriraya as national leader and as president. Served on acting basis until being formally elected by the Council of State as executive president on 3 May 2020. Appointed Anoushkaa Patranabish as Deputy President and Bishnu Chetry as Senior Minister and co-head of government. Appointed her predecessor and Chairman of Council of State Varuna Sriraya as co-head of state. Served as the last president of the nation prior to the position's abolition and the replacement of the republic with a federal elective monarchy on 7 June 2020. Thereupon, elected as the first federal monarch.

Vishwamitra (2020–present)

Vishwamitra was proclaimed as a federal elective executive monarchy on 8 June 2020 upon the abolition of the republic. The Rashtradhyaksh was designated as an elective executive monarch (later became a semi-constitutional monarch under constitution of 2021 and constitutional monarch under constitution of 2023) and was elected by the Conference of Rulers from among the six hereditary rulers of the states. Outgoing president Tanishkaa Patranabish, the Rajpramukh of Beltola was designated as the first Rashtradhyaksh and reigned until her abdication on 29 July 2020.

  Denotes Regent or Acting Rashtradhyaksh
No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Election Reign Home state Uparashtradhyaksh Prime Minister
Took office Left office Reign length
1 File:Portrait of Tanishkaa Patranabish (2021).jpeg Tanishkaa Patranabish,
Rajpramukh of Beltola

(born 2004)
8 June 2020 29 July 2020
(Abdicated)
51 days Beltola Varuna Sriraya Princess Anoushkaa
First Rashtradhyaksh. Elected by the Council of State as the inaugural federal monarch. Reign marked by less-significant activities, which ultimately culminated in her abdication on 29 July 2020. Later co-reigned as Sah-Rashtradhyaksh from 1 August 2020 until 31 December 2020.
File:Birthday Portrait of Rashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya (cropped).jpg Varuna Sriraya,
Rajpramukh of Purvanchal

(born 2002)
8 June 2020 29 July 2020 53 days Purvanchal Self Princess Anoushkaa
29 July 2020 31 July 2020
Uparashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya acted as Regent for Rashtradhyaksh Tanishkaa Patranabish throughout her reign. Later served as Acting Rashtradhyaksh between 29 and 31 July 2020 following the abdication of Tanishkaa Patranabish and until his own election as Rashtradhyaksh.
2 File:Birthday Portrait of Rashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya (cropped).jpg Varuna Sriraya,
Maharaja of Purvanchal

(born 2002)
2020 1 August 2020 Incumbent 3 years, 265 days Purvanchal Position vacant Princess Anoushkaa
Prince Abhiraj
Princess Anoushkaa
Tanishkaa Patranabish Ştefan Marius Snagoveanu
Casper Naverović
Ştefan Marius Snagoveanu
Farhaz Hazarika
Phillip Joseph Pillin
Farhaz Hazarika
Bishnu Chetry
Uparashtradhyaksh and Rajpramukh of Purvanchal Varuna Sriraya was elected as the second Rashtradhyaksh upon the abdication of Tanishkaa Patranabish and the reign began on 1 August 2020. Co-reigned alongside Tanishkaa Patranabish until 31 December 2020. Formally installed on 23 August 2020. Important events marked during reign included significant popularisation of the nation and signing of various bilateral and other treaties and pacts, joining several organizations, participating in virtual meetings and summits. Adopted constitution on the first anniversary of reign in 2021 transforming the nation into a semi-constitutional monarchy and later became a constitutional monarch in 2023 with the adoption of the second constitution. Discharged executive powers on several occasions, most importantly in 2022 with the prorogation of the Lok Sabha and assumption of full-executive powers. Concurrently served as Speaker of Lok Sabha until December 2021. Currently reigning.
File:Portrait of Tanishkaa Patranabish (2021).jpeg Tanishkaa Patranabish,
Rajpramukh of Beltola

(born 2004)
(Co-reign)
1 August 2020 31 December 2020 152 days Beltola Position vacant Princess Anoushkaa
Prince Abhiraj
Princess Anoushkaa
Appointed as Sah-Rashtradhyaksh (co-monarch) upon abdicating. Co-reigned alongside Rashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya until abolition of diarchy in December 2020. Later became Uparashtradhyaksh and served until resigning from the position in July 2022.
File:Portrait of Tanishkaa Patranabish (2021).jpeg Tanishkaa Patranabish,
Rajpramukh of Beltola
1 January 2021 3 January 2021 2 days Beltola Self Princess Anoushkaa
Regent. Uparashtradhyaksh Tanishkaa Patranabish acted as regent for Rashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya during the period of his absence from throne on personal grounds.
Bishnu Chetry,
Rajpramukh of Uttaranchal
26 January 2022 27 January 2022 1 day Uttaranchal Tanishkaa Patranabish Farhaz Hazarika
Regent. Rajpramukh of Uttaranchal and Chairman of Conference of Rulers Bishnu Chetry served as the regent for Rashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya during the period of his absence on grounds of medical leave and treatment under general anaesthesia. Remained the regent until the Rashtradhyaksh's recovery.
Bishnu Chetry,
Rajpramukh of Uttaranchal
2 October 2022 6 October 2022 4 days Uttaranchal Self Farhaz Hazarika
Regent. Uparashtradhyaksh Bishnu Chetry served as the regent for Rashtradhyaksh Varuna Sriraya during the period of his absence during annual festivals. During the period of regency, he performed various duties including dissolving the 14th Lok Sabha and appointed caretaker council of ministers. Regency ended with the Rashtradhyaksh's return.
Bishnu Chetry,
Rajpramukh of Uttaranchal
22 February 2023 4 March 2023 10 days Uttaranchal Self Farhaz Hazarika
Acting Rashtradhyaksh. Uparashtradhyaksh Bishnu Chetry discharged the duties of the Rashtradhyaksh during the period of his absence from the union.

Timeline

Bishnu Chetry, Rajpramukh of UttaranchalAnoushkaa Patranabish, Rajpramukh of BeltolaSarala, Crown Princess of PurvanchalTanishkaa Patranabish, Rajpramukh of BeltolaVaruna Sriraya of Purvanchal

See also