Siddaramaiah was born on 20 August 1948 in Siddaramanahundi town, Mysore.
Siddaramaiah got no formal tutoring till he was ten years of age however he proceeded to do his B.Sc and Bachelor of Law degree from Mysore University.
Siddaramaiah was the 22nd Chief Minister of Karnataka. Presently, he is the pioneer of the Indian National Congress party in Karnataka.
In 1978, Siddaramaiah started his political vocation when he challenged on a Bharatiya Lok Dal ticket from the Chamundeshwari voting public. In 1983.
In the wake of the part with Janata Dal, Siddaramaiah joined the Janata Dal (Secular) gathering of Deve Gowda and turned into the leader of its state segment. Notwithstanding, he lost the 1999 state decisions. In 2004, he was again selected as Deputy Chief Minister.
In 2006, Siddaramaiah was ousted from JD (S). He at that point obtained mass help from the retrogressive classes and joined the Congress party. In the 2008 state Assembly decisions, he was pre-chosen for the fifth time from the Varuna Constituency.
In the 2013 Karnataka races on eighth May 2013, the Congress won the races and Siddaramaiah were chosen as the pioneer of the Congress authoritative gathering in Karnataka on tenth May 2013. On thirteenth May 2013, he was made the Chief Minister of Karnataka.