In what could be a first, retired Supreme Court judge Justice Rohinton Nariman would be speaking at the prestigious Parliament of the World’s Religions in 2023 at Chicago, the same forum and city which catapulted Swami Vivekananda and Hindu religion to international fame. .Justice Nariman, an ordained Parsi priest, will represent the Zorastrian faith at the event. These details were revealed by Senior Counsel Raju Ramachandran on Friday while introducing Justice Nariman to the audience at the 13th VM Tarkunde Memorial Lecture.“A walker in the wild, a great lawyer and a great judge and like Tarkunde, his best is yet to be after his retirement. Next year, in August, a day after his birthday, Justice Nariman will be speaking at the same forum Parliament of Religions and the same city i.e Chicago (where Swami Vivekananda spoke) as a representative of the Zorastrian faith," Ramachandran, who is the Vice President of VM Tarkunde Memorial Foundation, said.The theme of next year's Parliament of Religions is 'Free Speech in World Religions', Ramachandran added..Justice Nariman is known for his profound knowledge in history and religions.On the eve of his retirement, Justice Nariman's Senior and former Attorney General KK Venugopal had spoken about Justice Nariman's interest in religions."Justice Nariman is a priest who was ordained at the age of 12 and recites the Holy Book by heart. He is himself an authority on religion all across the world," Venugopal had said..Justice Nariman has previously also delivered speeches in America on religion.He lectured in New York to the Zoroastrian Federation and also gave religious talks at Philadelphia in 2005..Justice Nariman an LLM holder from Harvard Law School was a Senior Counsel at the Supreme Court and also served as the Solicitor General of India. He was appointed a judge of the Supreme Court on July 7, 2014 and retired from office on August 12, 2021.