Goodwill Ambassadors of Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir (VCM) are individuals of repute who have attained significant accomplishments in various fields like arts, science and technology, entertainment, justice, education, culture, health and other fields of public life in the society. Association of such individuals of repute with the spiritual and cultural revival movement in the form of Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir will enhance the credibility of the project and attract the attention of donors, government officials, politicians as well as general public. Through their association, they are offering their well-earned reputation in the service of the Lord that will help Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir mobilise public interest and support.
Justice R.C. Lahoti
A renowned personality in the legal fraternity, Justice R.C. Lahoti has a rich experience of over 40 years in the field of law and justice. His journey to the legal fraternity started in 1960 when he joined the profession in District Guna. He was enrolled as Pleader in 1960 and as an Advocate in 1962. In April 1977, Justice Lahoti was recruited directly from the Bar to the State Higher Judicial Service and was appointed as a District & Sessions Judge. He continued in this role till May 1978 after which he resigned and reverted to the practice as Advocate in High Court. Justice Lahoti was appointed as the Judge of Madhya Pradesh High Court on 3rd May 1988. He was transferred to Delhi High Court on 7th February 1994. Following this on 9th December 1998 Justice Lahoti was appointed as the Judge of Supreme Court of India. Read More
Justice Deepak Verma
An eminent personality and one of the most respected Judges of the country, Justice Deepak Verma has over 40 years of experience in the field of law and justice. His journey in the road of justice began in 1972 when he formally joined Legal Practice. From 1972 to July 1994, Justice Verma practiced as an Advocate in the High Court of Madhya Pradesh at Jabalpur and in the District Courts. He received a promotion on 15th December 1994 as a Judge of the High Court of Madhya Pradesh. In 2005, he was appointed as the Administrative Judge of High Court of Madhya Pradesh. On 2nd January 2008, Justice Verma was transferred as Judge of the Karnataka High Court, Bangalore. Soon after, on 6th March 2009, Justice Verma was sworn in as Chief Justice of High Court of Rajasthan. Read More