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LESSON 3428 Fri 28 Aug 2020
The Welfare, Happiness, Peace of All Sentient and Non-Sentient Beings and for them to Attain Eternal Peace as Final Goal.
KUSHINARA NIBBANA BHUMI PAGODA-It
is a 18 feet Dia All White Pagoda with may be a table or, but be sure
to having above head level based on the usual use of the room. in 116 CLASSICAL LANGUAGES
668, 5A main Road, 8th Cross, HAL III Stage,
Prabuddha Bharat Puniya Bhumi Bengaluru
Magadhi Karnataka State
Dr B.R.Ambedkar thundered “Main Bharat Baudhmay karunga.” (I will make India Buddhist)
The Buddha died at the age of 80 by the banks of a river at Kusinari in Prabuddha Bharat. Lying on his side with his head propped up by his handand a serene expression, the Buddha passed into Nibbana. This moment is captured in the image of the Reclining Buddha which can be seen in many statues throughout Thailand, most famously at Wat Po in Bangkok.
Nibbana is a blissful state with no suffering and no reincarnation.
All Buddha’s original own words in a theravada chronological order
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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
[S.C.R., Order XXI Rule 3(1) (a)]
CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION
SPECIAL LEAVE PETITION
(Under Article 136 of the Constitution of India)
S.L.P. (Civil) No. …………………….. of ………………….
Position of Parties
In the Court/Tribunal from
whose order the petition
In this Court
(A) (Here insert the name/names Petitioner/
of the Petitioner Respondent/
(B)THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
(D) Here insert the name/names Petitioner/
of Respondent Respondent/
(E) ALL MEDIA
(F) ELECTION COMMISSION
Hon’ble the Chief Justice of India and His Companion Judges of the Supreme Court of India.
The Special Leave Petition of the Petitioner most respectfully showeth:
1. The petitioner / petitioners above named respectfully submits this petition seeking special leave to appeal against the
judgment/order of (Here specify the Court / Tribunal against whose order the leave to appeal is sought for together with
number of the case, date of the order and nature of the order such as allowing or dismissing the matter or granting or
refusing the interim order, etc.)
94 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART II—SEC. 3(i)]
2. QUESTIONS OF LAW :
The following questions of the law arise for consideration by this Hon’ble Court :
(Here set out the questions of law arising for consideration precisely)
I, JAGATHEESAN CHANDRASEKHARAN AGED 77 YEARS ALONG WITH MY WIFE LOST OUR FREEDOM FROM MARCH 2020 TO VISIT OUR DAUGHTER, SON-IN-LAW AND TWO GRANDSONS RESIDING AT WEST TAMBARAM, CHENNAI. WE ARE ALL HAVING GOOD HEALTH CONDITION. WE USED TO DRIVE IN CAR TO MEET THEM IN CHENNAI. OUR SON, DAUGHTER-IN-LAW AND TWO GRANDSONS RESIDING IN USA. DUE TO OUR GOOD HEALTH CONDITION WE USED TO VISIT TO MEET THEM IN USA. LIKEWISE THEY WERE ALSO FREE TO MEET US.
3. DECLARATION IN TERMS OF RULE 3(2) :
The petitioner states that no other petition seeking leave to appeal has been filed by him against the impugned judgment
For the DECLARATION of DISCOVERY OF AWAKENED ONE WITH AWARENESS UNIVERSE
4. DECLARATION IN TERMS OF RULE 5:
The Annexures produced alongwith the SLP are true copies of the pleadings/documents which formed part of the records
of the case in the Court / Tribunal below against whose order the leave to appeal is sought for in this petition.
DO GOOD AND KEEP PURIFYING THE MIND AND THE ENVIRONMENT AS DECLARATION IN TERMS OF RULE 5
5. GROUNDS :
Leave to appeal is sought for on the following grounds.
(Here specify the grounds precisely and clearly)
THERE EXISTS RACISM, CASTE SYSTEM IN THE STAGES OF LIFE.
There Caste System and the Stages of Life
6. GROUNDS FOR INTERIM RELIEF :
(Here specify briefly the grounds on which interim relief is sought for)
ONLY JUST 0.1% OF THE TOP RACISTS CASTES ARE ENJOYING. THE REST 99.9% ABORIGINAL AWAKENED SOCIETIES MUST ALSO HAVE LIBERTY, EQUALITY, FRATERNITY FOR THEIR WELFARE, HAPPINESS AND PEACE AND FOR THEM TO ATTAIN ETERNAL BLISS AS THEIR FINAL GOAL.
7. MAIN PRAYER :
(Here set out the main prayer)
THERE MUST BE FREE AND FAIR ELECTIONS WITH BALLOT PAPERS REPLACING THE EVMS/VVPATS TO SAVE DEMOCRACY.
8. INTERIM RELIEF :
(Here set out the interim prayer)
DISMISS THE GOVERNMENT ELECTED WITH EVMs/VVPATs
Settled by :
(Specify the name of the Advocate in case where the petition is
settled by an advocate.)
FORMAT OF WRIT PETITION
A SYNOPSIS AND LIST OF DATES (Specimen enclosed)
B FROM NEXT PAGE
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
CIVIL WRIT PETITION NO. OF 2005
IN THE MATTER OF
PETITION UNDER ARTICLE________OF THE CONSTITUTION OF
INDIA FOR ISSUANCE OF A WRIT IN THE NATURE OF
__________UNDER ARTICLE______OF THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA.
Hon’ble The Chief Justice of India and His Lordship’s Companion
Justices of the Supreme Court of India. The Humble petition of the Petitioner
MOST RESPECTFULLY SHEWETH :
Facts of the case
Question(s) of Law
That the present petitioner has not filed any other petition in any
High Court or the Supreme Court of India on the subject matter of
the present petition.
In the above premises, it is prayed that this Hon’ble Court may be pleased:
(ii) to pass such other orders and further orders as may be deemed
necessary on the facts and in the circumstances of the case.
FOR WHICH ACT OF KINDNESS, THE PETITIONER SHALL
AS INDUTY BOUND, EVER PRAY.
The Writ Petition should be accompanied by:
(i) Affidavit of the petitioner duly sworn.
(ii)Annexures as referred to in the Writ Petition.
(iii) Court fee of Rs.500 per petitioner (In Crl. Matter no court fee is
(iv) Index (As per Specimen enclosed)
(v) Cover page (as per Specimen enclosed)
(vi) Any application to be filed, Rs.120/- per application.
(vii) Memo of Appearance.
case of petition filed by petitioner-in-person), Court fee Rs.120/-
I N D EX
Sl. No. PARTICULARS PAGES
Synopsis and List of Dates
Writ Petition alongwith Affidavit
Application if any
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
CIVIL WRIT PETITION NO. OF 2005
P A P E R - B OO K
FOR INDEX KINDLY SEE INSIDE
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE E-FILING :-
All the documents which required the signature of the parties or
Advocate-on-record shall physically be signed, be scanned and appended
with other pages of the petition at the time of filing the matter.
The pages showing certification stamp of the impugned judgment should
also be scanned and appended with the petition. The pages should not be
of DIM IMPRESSION or small font size.
3. All petitions filed
through this facility be under Supreme Court Rules, 2013 and as per the
mandatory points to be checked (list appended).
4. Petition must be typed in double space justified and be typed in 14 font size and courier format.
Only corrected pages be uploaded at the time of Re-filing and curing
the defect. For Re-Filing of corrected pages, use the Re-Filing option
available at the E-Filing Menu of Supreme Court’s Website.
MANDATORY POINTS TO BE CHECKED
1. SLP(Civil) has been filed in Form No. 28 with Certificate as per SCR2013.
Certified copy of the impugned judgment has been filed and if certified
copy is not available, an application for exemption from filing
certified copy has been filed.
3. In case of appeal by
certificate the appeal is accompanied by judgment and decree or order
appealed from, certificate granted by the High Court and the order
granting the said certificate.
4.A statement has been given in
terms of O.XVI R.4(2)/O.XXI R.3(2) of Supreme Court Rules that the
petitioner has not filed any petition against the impugned judgment and
order earlier. If the petitioner had filed such a petition earlier, the
particulars and result thereof has been given.
5. The petition and the applications have been signed by the Advocate-on-record / Petitioner-in-Person.
6. An affidavit of the petitioner properly attested and identified has been filed.
7. Memo of Appearance has been filed.
Vakalatnama properly executed by the petitioner(s) and duly accepted by
the Advocate has been filed. Vakalatnama duly attested by the Jail
Authority/Proof of Surrender alongwith separate Certificate of the Jail
Authority has been filed, if the petitioner(s) is/are in Jail.
In case where proof of surrender/separate certificate from the Jail
Authority has not been filed, an application for exemption has been
10. Proper Court fee has been paid as per SCR 2013.
11. Brief List of dates/events has been filed.
12. An application for condonation of delay has been filed, if the matter is barred by limitation.
MODIFIED CHECK LIST
1. (i) Whether SLP (Civil) has been filed in Form No. 28 with certificate as per Notification dated 17.6.1997.
(ii) Whether the prescribed court fee has been paid. Yes/No
2. (i) Whether proper and required numbers of paper-books (1+3) have been filed?
(ii) Whether brief list of dates/ events has been filed?
(iii) Whether paragraphs and pages of paper books have been numbered consecutively and correctly noted in Index?
Whether the contents of the petition/appeal, applications and
accompanying documents are clear, legible and typed in double space on
one side of the paper.
4. Whether the petition and the application bear the signatures of the counsel/In-person.
Whether an affidavit of the petitioner in support of the
petition/appeal/ application has been filed, properly attested and
6. If there are any vernacular
documents/portions/lines and translation of such documents are not
filed, whether application for exemption from filing Official
Translation, with affidavit and court fee, has been filed.
If a party in the court below has died, whether application for
bringing LRs on record indicating the date of death, relationship, age
and addresses along with affidavit and court fee has been filed.
(i) Whether the Vakalatnama has been properly executed by the
Petitioners/ appellants and accepted and identified by the Advocate and
Memo of Appearance filed.
(ii) If a petitioner is
represented through power of attorney, whether the original power of
attorney in English/translated copy has been filed and whether
application for permission to appear before the court has also been
(iii) (a) Whether the petition is filed by a body registered, under any Act or Rules?
(b) If yes, is copy of the Registration filed?
(iv) (a) Whether the person filing petition for such incorporated body has authority to file the petition?
(b) If yes, is proof of such authority filed Yes/No
Whether the petition/appeal contains a statement in terms of order
XVI/XXI of Supreme Court Rules as to whether the petitioner has filed
any petition against the impugned order / Judgment earlier, and if so,
the result thereof stated in the petition.
Whether certified copy of the impugned judgment has been filed and if
certified copy is not available, whether an application for exemption
from filing certified copy has been filed.
11. Whether the particulars of the impugned judgment passed by the Court(s) below are uniformly written in all the documents.
(i) Whether the addresses of the parties and their representation are
complete and set out properly and whether detailed cause title has been
mentioned in the impugned judgment and if not, whether the memo of
parties has been filed, if required?
(ii) Whether the cause title of the petition/ appeal corresponds to that of the impugned judgment and names of parties therein?
Whether in case of appeal by certificate the appeal is accompanied by
judgment and decree appealed from and order granting certificate.
If the petition/appeal is time barred, whether application for
condonation of delay mentioning the no. of days of delay, with affidavit
and court fee has been filed.
15. Whether the
Annexures referred to in the petition are true copies of the documents
before the Court below and are filed in chronological order as per list
16 Whether the petition/appeal is confined only to the pleadings in the Court/Tribunal below and
If not whether application for taking additional grounds/ documents with affidavit and court fee has been filed.
(i) In SLP/Appeal against the order passed in Second Appeal whether
copies of the orders passed by the Trial Court and First Appellate Court
have been filed.
(ii) If required copy of the
judgment / order / notification / award etc. is not filed, whether
letter of undertaking has been filed in civil matters?
In matters involving conviction whether separate proof of surrender in
respect of all convicts or application for exemption from surrendering
has been filed (Please see judgment dated 16.6.2006 in Crl. Appeal
entitled Mayuram Subramanian Srinivasan Versus C.B.I) ( Copy of surrender proof to be included in the paper books.)
in case where proof of surrender/ separate certificate from the jail
Authority has not been filed, an application for exemption from filing
separate proof of surrender has been filed.
19. In case of quashing of FIR whether a copy of the petition filed before the
High Court under section 482 of Cr.P.C. has been filed.
20. In case of anticipatory bail whether a copy of FIR or translated copy has been filed.
21. (i) Whether the complete listing proforma has been filled in, signed and included in the paper-books?
(ii) If any identical matter is pending/ disposed of by Supreme Court,
whether complete particulars of such matters have been given?
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
05th March, 2020
It is notified for the information of all concerned that the
Competent Authority has been pleased to direct that :
(i) With a view to bring uniformity about use of paper & printing
thereon and to minimize consumption of paper & consequently
to save the environment, superior quality A4 size paper (29.7
cm x 21 cm) having not less than 75 GSM with printing on
both sides of the paper with Font - Times New Roman, Font
size 14, in one and half line spacing (for quotations and indents
– font size 12 in single line spacing), with margin of 4 cm on
left & right and 2 cm on top & bottom, shall be used in the
pleadings, petitions, affidavits or other documents to be filed in
(ii) in conformity with the provisions of Order LIII, Rule 2 of the
Supreme Court Rules, 2013, all communications from the
Registry of this Court shall only be sent to the concerned
Advocates-on-Record through e-mail followed by an SMS alert
on the registered mobile number of the Advocate-on-Record
and thereafter the practice of sending the communication
through hard copy shall be discontinued by the Registry;
(iii) the Filing Counter of the Registry, following the existing
procedure with respect to fresh matters, may accept the
Misc. Applications, Review Petitions, Curative Petitions and
The Secretary, Supreme Court Bar Association with five spare
copies of the Circular with a request that this may be displayed on
the Notice Board of the Bar Association for the information of the
Members of the Bar.
The Secretary, Supreme Court Advocates-on-Record Association
with five spare copies of the Circular with a request that
this may be displayed on the Notice Board of the Association for
the information of the Members of the Association.
The Registrar (CC) with a request to upload this Circular on
Supreme Court Website.
Filing and Re-filing Counters.
Contempt Petitions in disposed of matters as 1 +1 (1 set of
original papers + 1 paperbook) and after the defects are cured,
rest of the paperbooks shall be filed by the advocates/parties-
a common index shall be placed in the first volume in case
there are more than one volume in a matter and a separate
index of each volume shall be placed in the respective
The directions at Sl.Nos. (i) and (ii) shall come into
force with effect from 1st April, 2020 and directions at Sl.Nos. (iii)
and (iv) with immediate effect.
- sd -
(Sanjeev S. Kalgaonkar)
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
New Delhi, dated January 14, 2020
With a view to bring uniformity about use of paper in day-to-day working
on the administrative side, to minimize consumption of paper and
consequently to save the Environment, Hon’ble the Chief Justice of India has
been pleased to direct that henceforth, the Registry shall use A4 size paper
(on both sides) for internal communications at all levels in the Registry.
It is, however, clarified that all the pleadings, petitions, documents etc.
filed in the Registry, on Judicial side, shall continue to be governed as per the
provisions of the Supreme Court Rules, 2013, until further orders.
It is impressed upon all concerned to make sincere and earnest efforts to
be economical in consumption of paper, by using the same on both sides and
they shall bear in mind that the communication so generated should be legible
on both sides.
The concerned Admn. Materials Branch shall ensure quality of the paper
so that the communication must be legible on both sides of paper.
All concerned are therefore directed to strictly follow the above
instructions. The Controlling Officers shall ensure compliance of the above
The aforesaid directions shall come into force with effect from
26th January, 2020.
Copy to :-
[Sanjeev S. Kalgaonkar]
Classical Buddhism (Teachings of the Awakened One with Awareness) belong to the world, and everyone have exclusive rights:JC
Rendering exact translation as a lesson of this
University in one’s mother tongue to this Google Translation and
propagation entitles to become a Stream Enterer (Sottapanna) and to attain Eternal Bliss as a Final Goal.