3 edition of Hindu Law found in the catalog.
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Berkeley: University of California, 75—94. Some of the grounds available under the Hindu Marriage Act can be said to be under the theory of frustration by reason of specified circumstances. K, Hindu law ,Central law agency, Print 2014.
This helps me keep WritingLaw alive and running. Hindu law, as a historical term, refers to the code of laws applied to, and in. David Hindu Law 2005Understanding Jihad, University of California Press, ISBN, pages 80-83• Lawyers [ ] Lawyers in India are trained in general law schools and Hindu Law no formal and specific training on Hindu law, Muslim law, or any other personal religious laws.
It briefly dwells on the grounds that are only available to a wife. The Parliament, in accordance with the needs of society, constitute new laws. The Court rejected the plea. The Srutis consist of four Vedas, namely, Rig Veda, Yajur Veda, Sam Veda and Atharva Veda and 18 Upanishads dealing mainly with religious rites and the means of attaining true knowledge and salvation. The colonial policy on the system of personal laws for India, for example, was expressed by Governor-General Hastings in 1772 as follows, That in all suits regarding inheritance, marriage, caste and other religious usages or institutions, the law of the Koran with respect to Mahometans, and those of the Shaster with respect to Gentoos shall be invariably be adhered to.
Smritis are divided into the Primary and Secondary Smritis. It proceeds on Hindu Law theory that Hindu law was revealed to the sages who had attained great spiritual heights and they were in communication with supreme power i.
Nehru's efforts led to contentious debates over the so-calledwhich he offered in the Indian parliament, as a way to fix still unclear elements of the Anglo-Hindu law.
This is reflective of the ancient Hindu legal tradition of working out problems on a case specific basis in finding justice in each specific instance.
"Law, State and Agrarian Society in Colonial India".