All Posts by Rishabh Gupta

Cryptocurrency in India – Real Money but Not A Legal Tender

Cryptocurrency is a virtual currency which uses the technology of cryptography to secure its transactions, and these transactions are further stored in a digital ledger. The cryptocurrency can be classified into two categories based on centralisation-: The centralised cryptocurrency is controlled by the appointed head of the centralised repository unit which is similar to theContinue reading “Cryptocurrency in India – Real Money but Not A Legal Tender”

Simultaneous Elections in India

An election is a process through which people choose an individual or an organization to hold public office. Since the 17th century, elections have been used as an intrinsic feature for representation in a democracy[1], wherein the people democratically elect the head of the state by their vote. In a democratic election of a state,Continue reading “Simultaneous Elections in India”

Elusive Uniform Civil Code

India is one of the most diverse nations in the world. It is known for the varied religious ethnicity and the deep cultural beliefs in its long-lived practices. India is widely known for its cultural values and heterogeneous society. Apart from being a multi-religious and multilingual state, India is a secular[1] country i.e. it propagatesContinue reading “Elusive Uniform Civil Code”

Was Nathuram Godse a Patriot?

Nathuram Vinayak Godse, a Chitpavan Brahmin born in 1910 was more sentimental than rational. Influenced by the attainment of freedom, he wanted to join Satyagraha but couldn’t owing to his educational constraints. When shifted to Ratnagiri in 1929, he met Veer Savarkar, a revolutionary who indoctrinated Hindu nationalist philosophy of Hindutva. Joining RSS and cooperatingContinue reading “Was Nathuram Godse a Patriot?”

Secularism in India

Secularism is the principle of separation of state from religion or religion institutions. It suggests keeping the two things totally apart. It is close to the Vedic concept of ‘Dharma Nirapekshata’ meaning the indifference of the state to religion. As per the Indian philosophy, it is also related to ‘Sarva Dharma Sambhava” i.e. the destinationContinue reading “Secularism in India”

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