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'Shashakt Samaj' to hold discussion on ancient judicial system

By Lawstreet News Network      Oct 28, 2022      0 Comments      367 Views
Shashakt Samaj' to hold discussion on ancient judicial system

NEW DELHI: 'Shashakt Samaj', an organisation dedicated to empowering people of Bharat through knowledge and culture, is organising a programme on ancient judicial system in India (pre-Mugal period) on November 3.

Three eminent speakers Justice (Retd) Permod Kohli, former Judge Allahabad High Court, Justice (Retd) S N Dhingra and J Sai Deepak, well-known advocate and author, will be holding discussions on various topics.

Justice (Retd) Dhingra is the President of Shashakt Samaj.

The programme will be of two hours from 5.00 to 7.00 pm.

Law Street Journal is the media partner to the programme.

'Shashakt Samaj' has started a venture in the name of 'Samay Yaan' in South Delhi at Sector 8, R.K. Puram, New Delhi.

'Samay Yaan' has two parts, one 'Shabdalaya' and two Anubhavshala'.

'Shabdalaya' is a reference library books from Vedic period till date are kept.

'Anubhavshala' is for celebrating ancient Indian knowledge, authors, periods and well-known Rishis, poets etc.

Besides holding discussions, workshops and other programmes,  'Anubhavshala' would continue to be a cultural center making Indian culture and knowledge alive by creating an interest among youth for true Indian knowledge and culture.

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Justice SN Dhingra Shashakt SamajAncient Judicial SystemJustice Permod KohliAllahabad High CourtJ Sai DeepakSamay YaanShabdalayaAnubhavshala
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