J Sai Deepak is an Advocate, Author, Entrepreneur, Media face, and engineer turned litigator, practising as an arguing counsel before the Supreme Court of India and the High Court of Delhi.
He is a regular commentator on legal matters and societal issues. Deepak is known for his articulate presentation and insightful opinions; he has earned a name for himself, especially after entering the world of media. He is known for his exceptional debating abilities, which have often left his adversaries, such as Asaduddin Owaisi, Trupti Desai, Shashi Tharoor, and numerous commentators, struggling to respond in public debates.
His recently launched book, “India that is Bharat: Coloniality, Civilisation, Constitution”, is a bestseller and has gained him much popularity among Indians.
Born in Hyderabad, Telangana, on 23 November 1985, he completed his schooling at St. Anthony’s High School in Hyderabad and his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Anna University. Furthermore, Sai graduated with a bachelor’s degree in law from IIT Kharagpur’s Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law in 2009. Deepak’s diverse educational background laid a solid foundation for his future endeavours.
He has carved a space for himself as a litigator in civil, commercial and constitutional matters. His professional career has been marked by his dedication to law and advocacy, making him a very sought-after lawyer. J Sai started his legal profession in 2009. He worked as an Associate partner-litigation at Saikrishna & Associates. Deepak also served as an honorary advisor for the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, Ministry of Commerce. Currently, he is practising as an independent counsel before the High Court of Delhi and the Supreme Court of India.
Apart from being a vocal lawyer and a social activist, Deepak is a decolonialist who seeks to get rid of the colonial identity and embrace the Indian identity. He regularly writes articles and columns for Firstpost and The Indian Express. He also writes two blogs, one named ‘Yukti’ on constitutional theory and legal philosophy and the other called ‘The Demanding Mistress’ on Civil, Commercial and Intellectual Property law.
Recently, he has written two books.
He is considered an English-speaking Right-wing supporter following Hindutva ideology who believes in the revival of ancient Hindu civilisation and its education system.
J Sai is a vocal Hindu often seen talking about the greatness of Indian civilisation and the need for the social awakening of Hindus in his various interviews and discussions. Driven by his personal beliefs, he stands for social justice and judicial reform in the country. Sai Deepak advocates for dharma on social media, T.V. panels, college lectures, and in court. He identifies as an Indian from Southern India, not a South Indian. His astute observations and skilled arguments position him as a leader in dharmic legal battles.
He has been fighting for temple freedom from government control and recently urged opposition parties to support this cause. He firmly stands for dharma and those who uphold it, as seen in his life choices. All followers of dharma must follow Sai and equip themselves with legal knowledge in order to effectively counter the intrusive arguments on Hinduism put forth by pseudo-secularists.