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List of Chief Justices of Rajasthan High Court

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List of Chief Justices of Rajasthan High Court

This is the List of Chief Justices of Rajasthan High Court from its establishment in 1949.

# Chief Justice Term
1 Sir Sarat Kumar Ghosh 1949
2 Kamala Kant Verma 29 August 1949–1950
3 Kailas Nath Wanchoo 1951–1958
4 Sarju Prasad
5 J.S. Ranawat
6 D.S. Dave
7 Daulat Mal Bhandari
8 J. Narayan
9 B.P. Beri
10 P.N. Shinghal
11 V.P. Tyagi
12 C. Honniah 1978
13 Chand Mal Lodha
14 K.D. Sharma
15 P.K. Banerjee
16 D.P. Gupta
17 J. S. Verma
18 K.C. Agarwal
19 G.C. Mittal
20 A.P. Ravani
21 Mukul Gopal Mukherjee
22 Shivaraj V Patil
23 A. R. Lakshmanan 29 May 2000–25 November 2001
24 Arun Kumar
25 Anil Dev Singh
26 Sachchidanand Jha 12 October 2005–
Acting J. M. Panchal 16 July 2007–15 September 2007
27 J. M. Panchal 16 September 2007–11 November 2007
Acting Rajesh Bhalla –4 January 2008
28 Narayan Roy 5 January 2008–
29 Deepak Verma 6 March 2009–10 May 2009
30 Jagadish Bhalla 10 August 2009–31 October 2010
Acting Arun Kumar Mishra 1 November 2010–25 November 2010
31 Arun Kumar Mishra 26 November 2010– 14 December 2012
32 Amitava Roy 2 January 2013– Current

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