Sarvādhikārī is a title with diverse uses in India, including:
- an old title for the Chief minister of a southern Indian ruler, notably of:
- under the Western Ganga Dynasty's Maharaja Dharma of Talakad (in modern Karnataka state), heading a cabinet which further included the Sandhivigrahi (Minister for war and peace), the Dandanayaka, the Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces, Srikaranadhikari (minister of Finance and Revenue), Manemagatine or Manevergade (Steward of the Royal household) and Hiriyabhandari (in charge of accounts and keeping of records); sometimes, the Purohita too found a place in this Council of Ministers, advising in matters of religion
- the hereditary Chief Minister of Mysore; this was the office Tipu Sultan succeeded his father Hyder Ali and established a Muslim empire called Khudadad.
- superintendent, e.g. of a camp
- general manager of an enterprise