Tehmtan R. Andhyarujina died on March 28, 2017.
He was an Indian lawyer and jurist.
Andhyarujina was a designated senior advocate and practiced at the Supreme Court of India.
Andhyarujina was the Solicitor General of India from 1996 to 1998.
Before that, Andhyarujina was the Advocate-General of Maharashtra from 1993 to 1995.
Andhyarujina specialized in the field of constitutional law, human rights, public law and commercial law.
Andhyarujina will be for his expertise in a branch of constitutional law relating to parliamentary privileges.
Andhyarujina was the author of The Kesavananda Bharati Case: The untold story of struggle for supremacy by Supreme Court and Parliament (2011), a masterpiece in understanding the landmark Constitutional Case of India and the circumstances surrounding the proceedings of the Court.
Andhyarujina has also authored Judicial Activism and Constitutional Democracy in India (1992) and Judges and Judicial Accountability (2002).
Andhyarujina writes frequently on constitutional and public law in law journals and newspapers.
Tehmtan R. Andhyarujina passed away at 83 years old.