|Full name||Elisabeth Asara des Vinandy|
|Hair color and style||blond|
|Father||Arkadius Frederik Gustavus des Vinandy|
|Date of birth||1674 AN|
|Place of birth||‘s Koningenwaarde|
|Date of death||/|
|Nationality||Batavian, Kurum Ash-Sharqian|
|Allegiance(s)||Batavia, Kurum Ash-Sharqia|
|Occupation||princess consort of Kurum Ash-Sharqia|
Elisabeth Asara des Vinandy ('s Koningenwaarde, 1 XV 1674 AN) is Princess of Vinandy and princess consort of Kurum Ash-Sharqia.
Elisabeth Asara is the oldest child of Arkadius Frederik Gustavus des Vinandy and Clara Sundara Waffel-Paine. Until 1685 AN she was crown princess of the Kingdom of Batavia and the Grand Duchy of Helderbourgh. To this end, she also had the title of Princess of Austrasia until that time.
Princess Elisabeth Asara was born in the Blanckenhof Palace in ‘s Koningenwaarde. Moments after birth, the king ordered the firing of salute shots. In Batavia, 101 salute shots were fired by the Ingelburgse Hunters every 10 seconds. The Amokolian Highlanders in Brandenburg and the Helderbourgh Armed Forces in Helderbourgh Stadt did the same. The national flag was hoisted on all government buildings in the three countries.
Shots were also fired away in Ravaria in honour of her birth. Two 62-gun salutes were fired simultaneously by the Fleur de Lys-Longships Guard in the Godsgroves of Tecklenburg Palace and Aakenie Hall.  Because Elisabeth is a great-great-granddaughter of Lady Æsileif Haraldsdóttir of the Houses of Vinandy de Ravarie and Ettlingar Freyu. In addition, birth gifts were also given to Elisabeth. 
- Elisabeth comes from her grandmother Elisabeth van Hollandt.
- Asara comes from her other grandmother Asara Sisu Dhury of Waffel-Paine.
After her parents' divorce, the story emerged that she and her younger brothers had been taken by their mother. And that they would be actors so as not to embarrass their father. To this was added the story that they were not their father's children, but that their mother had committed adultery. All these stories have been dismissed by the Batavian authorities, after a DNA test was taken.
In 1703, it was confirmed that her biological mother was indeed a handmaiden, Catherine Bullen. When this news was revealed, the Grand Vizier of Kurum Ash-Sharqia issued a statement:
- "The descent of Princess Elisabeth is not a domestic issue and has no political or monarchical consequences for Kurum Ash-Sharqia."
Marriage and issue
In 1701 AN she married Sultan Salah Ad-Din of Kurum Ash-Sharqia and became that nation's first princess consort. In 1702 AN she received the title of Princess of Kurum Ash-Sharqia.
They had several children:
- Saif Ad-Din, b. 1702 AN
- Noor Ad-Din, b. 1703 AN
- Ihsane, b. 1704 AN
- Imane, b. 1706 AN
- Imad Ad-Din, b. 1708 AN
Titles and honors
|Princess of Kurum Ash-Sharqia||1702 AN||As per the Royal House Act 1702|
|Princess consort of Kurum Ash-Sharqia||1702 AN||As per the Royal House Act 1702|
|Grand Cordon of the Order of As-Saif||1702 AN|
|Batavia||Princess of Vinandy||1674 AN||Until the fall of the Franco-Batavian Empire, she had several titles. Just before her 18th birthday her uncle, Hendrik Leopold des Vinandy, became king of Batavia. Thus she has only the dynastic title "Princess of Vinandy".|
|Hurmu||Lady of the Holy Lakes||1674 AN||As a birth member through her father|
|Ancestors of Elisabeth Asara|