Ramakrishna Hegde was the first non-Congress politician to rise to the post of Chief Minister in the history of Karnataka.
Karnataka Chief Ministers
D. Devaraj Urs is one of the greatest social reformers from Karnataka. Learn more about the key changes he brought to the state as a chief minister.
B.D. Jatti held the office of Chief Minister of Mysore between 16th of May 1958 and 9th March 1962. Learn more about his contributions and achievements.
Veerendra Patil, the seventh Chief Minister of Karnataka was in power for two terms. The dispute between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka held ground during Patil’s tenure.
S.R. Kanthi to this day is remembered for his role not as the Chief Minister of Karnataka but as the Education Minister. Read on to know more about his contributions.
Kadidal Manjappa was the third Chief Minister of Karnataka or Mysore State as it was known then. Learn more about his political life and contributions.
K.C. Reddy was the first Chief Minister of Mysore State. His contribution to the democratic form of government in the current day and age is indispensable.
S. Nijalingappa was the fourth chief minister of Mysore state (now Karnataka). He served as the chief minister for two terms. Find out more about his life and achievements.
Karnataka assembly elections time is for campaigning for current and former Chief Ministers. It is not an easy task, especially in summer.
Charismatic, colorful and an efficient administrator, R Gundu Rao was the chief minister of Karnataka for a mere three years – from 1980 to 1983. But his impact on the Karnataka political landscape has been immense.