Indian States Chief Minister, Governors , Capital, Formation, Official Language

Indian States Chief Minister, Governors , Capital, Formation, Official Language

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State Formation Capital Official Language(s) Chief Minister Governor
Andhra Pradesh 1953 Amaravati Telugu N. Chandrababu Naidu (2nd Term) E. S. L. Narasimhan
Arunachal Pradesh 1987 Itanagar English Kalikho Pul Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa
Assam 1912 Dispur Assamese, Bengali, Bodo Tarun Gogoi (Consecutive Third Term) Padmanabha Balakrishna Acharya
Bihar 1936 Patna Hindi, Urdu Nitish Kumar (Third Term) Ram Nath Kovind
Chhattisgarh 2000 Raipur Chattisgarhi, Hindi Raman Singh (Consecutive Third Term) Balram Das Tandon
Goa 1987 Panaji Konkani Laxmikant Parsekar Mridula Sinha
Gujarat 1960 Gandhinagar Gujarati Anandiben Patel Om Prakash Kohli
Haryana 1966 Chandigarh Hindi, Punjabi Manohar Lal Khattar Kaptan Singh Solanki
Himachal Pradesh 1971 Shimla Hindi Virbhadra Singh (Fifth Term) Acharya Dev Vrat
Jammu and Kashmir 1947 Srinagar (summer), Jammu (winter) Dogri, Kashmiri, Ladakhi, Urdu Mufti Mohammad Sayeed (Second Term) Narinder Nath Vohra
Jharkhand 2000 Ranchi Hindi Raghuvar Das Draupadi Murmu
Karnataka 1956 Bangalore Kannada Siddaramaiah Vajubhai Vala
Kerala 1956 Thiruvananthapuram Malayalam Oommen Chandy (Second Term) P. Sathasivam
Madhya Pradesh 1947 Bhopal Hindi Shivraj Singh Chouhan (Consecutive Third Term) Ram Naresh Yadav
Maharashtra 1960 Mumbai Marathi Devendra Fadnavis Chennamaneni Vidyasagar Rao
Manipur 1972 Imphal Manipuri Okram Ibobi Singh (Consecutive Third Term) V. Shanmuganathan
Meghalaya 1972 Shillong English, Garo, Hindi, Khasi, Pnar Mukul Sangma (Consecutive Second Term) V. Shanmuganthan
Mizoram 1987 Aizawl Mizo Lal Thanhawla (Third Term) Nirbhay Sharma
Nagaland 1963 Kohima English T. R. Zeliang Padmanabha Acharya
New Delhi 1911 (Declared) Hindi Arvind Kejriwal Najeeb Jung
Odisha 1912 Bhubaneswar Odia Naveen Patnaik (Consecutive Fourth Term) S. C. Jamir
Punjab 1947 Chandigarh Punjabi Parkash Singh Badal (Fourth Term) Kaptan Singh Solanki
Rajasthan 1950 Jaipur Rajasthani, Hindi Vasundhara Raje (Second Term) Kalyan Singh
Sikkim 1975 Gangtok Nepali, Bhutia, Gurung, Lepcha, Limbu, Manggar, Newari, Sherpa, Sunwar, Tamang Pawan Kumar Chamling (Fifth Consecutive Term) Shriniwas Dadasaheb Patil
Tamil Nadu 1950 Chennai Tamil Jayalalithaa (Fifth Term) Konijeti Rosaiah
Telangana 2014 Hyderabad Telugu, Urdu K. Chandrashekar Rao E. S. L. Narasimhan
Tripura 1972 Agartala Bengali, Tripuri Manik Sarkar (Consecutive Fourth Term) Keshari Nath Tripathi
Uttar Pradesh 1902 Lucknow Hindi, Urdu Akhilesh Yadav Ram Naik
Uttarakhand 2000 Dehradun Hindi, Sanskrit Harish Rawat Krishan Kant Paul
West Bengal 1947 Kolkata Bengali, English, Nepali Mamata Banerjee Keshari Nath Tripathi

About Paresh Duseja

Informatics Assistant in Rajasthan Government

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