Order of Uttaranchal
|The Most Honourable|
Order of Uttaranchal
अति सम्मानीय दर्ज़ह उत्तरांचल
Ati Sammanniya Darjah Uttaranchal
|Awarded by the|
Rajpramukh of Uttaranchal
|Established||4 May 2022|
|Eligibility||Citizens and foreigners|
|Awarded for||outstanding services towards Uttaranchal and her people|
|Sovereign||HM Rajpramukh Bishnu Chetry|
|Grand Master||HRH Crown Prince Manoj|
|First induction||4 May 2022|
|Last induction||4 May 2023|
|Next (higher)||Royal Family Order of Uttaranchal|
|Next (lower)||None (lowest)|
Ribbon bar of the Order of Uttaranchal
The Most Honourable Order of Uttaranchal (Hindi: अति सम्मानीय दर्ज़ह उत्तरांचल, Ati Sammanniya Darjah Uttaranchal) is the second highest chivalric order of the Vishwamitran state of Uttaranchal which is conferred by the Rajpramukh of Uttaranchal as the head of the House of Chetry which is the current ruling house of the state. The order was constituted on 4 May 2022 along with the Royal Family Order of Uttaranchal in conjunction with the 21st birthday anniversary of His Majesty the Rajpramukh of Uttaranchal, who is also the sovereign of the order.
The order ranks below the Royal Family Order and is conferred in recognition of the extraordinary services rendered by individuals towards Uttaranchal and her people.
The Order of Uttaranchal was established on 4 May 2022 as the highest order of the state of Uttaranchal and is the second state order to be created along with the Royal Family Order of Uttaranchal. It was also created in conjunction with the 21st birthday of the Rajpramukh.
Grades and insignia
The Order of Uttaranchal is conferred in five distinguished grades of:
- Grand Knight/Dame or Darjah Sri Utama Uttaranchal - D.S.U.U. (limited to maximum 15 living recipients)
- Grand Commander or Darjah Sri Prathama Uttaranchal - D.P.U.U.
- Commander or Darjah Utama Uttaranchal - D.U.U.
- Officer or Darjah Prathama Uttaranchal - D.S.U.
- Member or Darjah Sadasya Uttaranchal - D.S.U.
The badge of the order is shaped as a five-armed "Maltese Asterick", using five distinctive "arrowhead" shaped arms. The observe central disc features the "Sun of Uttaranchal", a symbolic representation from the state's arms and the lettering "ORDER OF UTTARANCHAL". The badge is worn by the Grand Knights and Grand Dames in gold and by the Grand Commanders in silver.
The ribbon bars of the Order of Uttaranchal is in yellow in colour with four white vertical stripes: two each of equal width.
|Classes of the Most Honourable Order of Uttaranchal|
|Grade||Grand Knight/Dame||Grand Commander||Commander||Officer||Member|
- Grand Knight or Dame: It is awarded in a set of breast star in gold, a badge and a yellow coloured sash with two wide white stripes at each corner and two narrow white stripes, worn from right shoulder to the left waist.
- Grand Commander: It is awarded in a set of breast star in silver and a necklet worn around the neck.
- Commander: It is awarded in a necklet worn around the neck.
- Officer: It is awarded in the form of a medallion in gold which is hung on the ribbon.
- Member: It is awarded in the form of a medallion in silver which is hung on the ribbon.
- His Majesty Bishnu Chetry, Rajpramukh of Uttaranchal (since 4 May 2022)
Grand Knights/Dames (D.S.U.U.)
- 4 May 2022: Prince Manoj, Crown Prince of Uttaranchal (Grand Master)
- 4 May 2022: Princess Sarala, Crown Princess of Purvanchal
- 4 May 2022: Farhaz Hazarika, Prime Minister
- 4 May 2022: Mohammad Mridul Amin, former Rajpramukh of Basistha
- 4 May 2022: Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu, former Rajyapal of Basistha
- 4 May 2022: Phillip Joseph Pillin, former Prime Minister
- 4 May 2022: Prince Abhiraj, Senior Prince of Purvanchal
- 4 May 2023: Prince John, Duke of Kingston
- 4 May 2023: Arthur Lacey-Scott-FitzLacia, Deputy Prime Minister
- 4 May 2023: Reshmi Hazarika, Governor of Uttaranchal
- 4 May 2023: Princess Asmi, Senior Princess of Beltola
Grand Commanders (D.P.U.U.)
- 4 May 2022: Jayden Dagsa, former President of the Privy Council
- 4 May 2022: Tyler Mullins, Speaker of the Lok Sabha
- 4 May 2022: Michal Nowacki, former Deputy Prime Minister
- 4 May 2022: Rory Leonard, former Deputy Prime Minister
- 4 May 2022: Chris Ramsay, Privy Councilor
- 4 May 2023: Princess Bishakha of Purvanchal
- 4 May 2023: Arnab Deka, Governor of Purvanchal
- 4 May 2023: Rajdeep Deka, Governor of Kamrupa
- 4 May 2023: Prince Saikat, Crown Prince of Madhya Prant
- 4 May 2023: Ankurjyoti Thakuria, former Deputy Prime Minister
- 4 May 2023: Shiro Mephistopheles, former President of the Privy Council
- 4 May 2023: Rafe Burfield, Union Minister
- 4 May 2023: Arsal Abbas Mirza, Union Minister
- 4 May 2023: Princess Katelynn, Duchess of Concord
- 4 May 2022: Carson Snyder, Chief Justice
- 4 May 2022: Charles Burgardt, Privy Councilor
- 4 May 2022: Matthew Tonna, Minister
- 4 May 2022: Sander Koff, Privy Councilor
- 4 May 2022: Thomas Bainbridge, Privy Councilor
- 4 May 2023: W. Pranit Singh, Union Minister
- 4 May 2023: Devin Purcell, Union Minister
- 4 May 2023: Manggala Alif Prasetia, Union Minister
- 4 May 2023: Preetam Kapei, Union Minister
- 4 May 2023: Johannes Mattias Toome, Union Minister
- 4 May 2023: Bhargab Jyoti Medhi, former Governor of Uttaranchal
- 4 May 2023: Dishant Kashyap, former Chief Minister
- 4 May 2023: Arpan Deka, former Union Minister
4 May 2022: Liam Alexander, former Deputy Prime Minister(returned 6 September 2022)
- 4 May 2022: Arsal Abbas Mirza, Minister
- 4 May 2022: Matthew Hubbard, former Privy Councilor
- 4 May 2023: Sanghita Roy, former Mayor of Gotanagar
- 4 May 2023: Subhajit Kar, former Governor
- 4 May 2023: Sampriti Paul, former Governor
- 4 May 2023: Chandrachur Basu, Commissioner of Swarnarajya