Author: Nitish Rai Parwani

Nitish is a Law student at GGS, Indraprastha University. A renowned name in mooting, he has deep interest and expertise in disciplines of constitutionalism, philosophy and criminal law. A disciple of Swami Vivekananda, he is also an active Member of Vivekananda Youth Forum, Ramakrishna Mission, New Delhi.

Hard work supersedes Seniority.

January 26, 2019

The legal correspondents of almost every leading journal of India had to ink-up their styluses and fix-up their mikes earlier this January, so as to create a controversial news out of a recommendation of the Supreme Court collegium. On 11th January, Hon’ble Mr Justice Dinesh Maheshwari and Hon’ble Mr. Justice Sanjiv Khanna were recommended to […]

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All Lord Chief Justices converge for the cause of the Lord

January 10, 2019

A common man seeks justice either from the chambers of courts or from the sanctums of temples. Both these places position themselves as the seats of the Lords; one in black robes following the contemporary laws aka Yug Dharma and the other emancipating the eternal law aka Sanatana Dharma. Rare are the moments when we […]

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Redeeming the Redemptor; The Ramakrishna-Vivekananda Way

December 25, 2018

The Young disciples of Sri Ramakrishna Paramhamsa ; consecrated souls like a spectra of pearls in a necklace held together by the thread of their master’s teachings, and with the illustrious life of  their leader Narendranath who described them the glories of Monastic life, were all committed to their expedition towards the light. The ground […]

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Cherishing the Charioteer through the eyes of Srimad Bhagavad Gita

December 19, 2018

The journey from “Dharma” to the “self”, precisely this is the journey of life, which starts by conforming to the righteousness and ends by reaching the ‘self’. So is the journey of a 700 verse long poem, composed amidst the intense-est of the battlefield, none other than the lord himself. The first word of the […]

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Academia for Academics…?

December 12, 2018

Don’t teach the medical students about HIV, although it’s a reality but a taboo, and don’t teach the students of History about Nazism or Taimur-Genghis; they may turn into one of such maniac. Don’t teach the students of Psychiatry about depression, they themselves may be a victim of the same. Lastly, don’t even think of […]

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The Flickering Red Flame

September 16, 2018

When a flame is about to wither, it flickers to its fullest, it tries to absorb all the oil that is left in the diya and eventually breaths its last. The flame is all red, similar to the colour of the setting sun, but this flame could never rise again since the cotton base on […]

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The Unforgotten Speech

September 10, 2018

About a century and a quarter ago, a three-word prelude, followed by a three-minute long thunder-sound of applause marked as the knock of Bharatiya presence amidst the appropriators of the Industrial revolution, in that part of the globe which was drowned in materialism. It was the registration of a neo-renaissance, thereby transcending the human civilization […]

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Hope only the Gowns are black…

May 13, 2018

The battle of convocation at GGS Indraprastha University has arrived a daunting co-ordinate. Suiting up in the black gown and flying high the mortarboard cap, the moment a student joins an University this happens to be a dream ‘perfect-happy’ ending to the unforeseeable college life. While a couple of their batchmates are able to live […]

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(A)theist Bhagat:Analysis of ‘Why I am an atheist’ by Bhagat Singh

March 23, 2018

“For the next 50 years, this alone shall be our keynote — this, our great Mother India. Let all other vain gods disappear for the time from our minds” – Swami Vivekananda, February 14, 1897, Madras A student with a conviction and faith in idealism, the only bird’s eye this Arjuna could glance at was […]

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The blend strength and spirit: Vivekananda and Bose

January 12, 2018

Two personalities, born 34 years apart, on the same land of revolutionaries, both having an English education, and proved their mettle thereto, being conferred with silken-convocation gowns of western philosophies. Hailing from families where they had all, material and spiritual, yet in order to know to understand to imbibe the spirit of Bharata, renounced the […]

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ढांचे की आत्मा

December 26, 2017

रविवार का दिन, इम्तिहान समाप्त हो चुके थे तो शाम में कुछ करने को ज्यादा था नहीं। आश्रम से आ चुके थे और सूर्य भी ढलने को आ रहा था, काफी समय हो चला था तो सोचा आज चर्च होकर आया जाए। वस्त्र बदलने की ज़रूरत थी नहीं, कुर्ता सही ही मालूम पड़ता था, अब […]

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The Speech Unforgotten

September 13, 2017

Those who dreamt to conquer the world, were all conquered by the ‘sisters and brothers…’ of Vivekananda. All the compartmentalism was withered, the dogmas, sectarianism, fanaticism, bigotry and superiorism was thrashed just by these handful of letters of this monk from India. What the mightiest swords couldn’t achieve was achieved by this all-inclusive approach of […]

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