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Arts and science of ancient Hindu jurisprudence

Bhabes Chandra Chaudhuri

Arts and science of ancient Hindu jurisprudence

representation of Naradiya smṛti (chapter one, two, & three)

by Bhabes Chandra Chaudhuri

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Published by Jnana Sadhak Pub. House in [Calcutta] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jurisprudence.,
  • Hindu law.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBhabes Chandra Chaudhuri & Sukumar Bose ; edited by S.S. Agarwal.
    SeriesWJSS publication series :, no. 15
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMLCS 93/07438 (K)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48 p. ;
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1076712M
    LC Control Number93984182

    Get exclusive access to content from our First Edition with your subscription. The most notable of the texts was Zij al-Sindhind, an 8th-century Indian astronomical work that was translated by Muhammad ibn Ibrahim al-Fazari and Yaqub ibn Tariq after CE under the supervision of an Indian astronomer who visited the court of caliph Al-Mansur in The next year he moved to Nagpur as a professor in Morris Memorial College and later becoming its Principal, the youngest in the country. He researched in experimental psychology, then a newly developed subject. Kashmir is also known as Sharada Desh going by the name of the temple.

    The attitude towards divorce in Hindu jurisprudence is context-bound and dependent on local custom. It was a centre of only higher education. For hundreds and thousands of years before they were compiled, they were Shruti. A symbiotic relationship existed between the different castes. This centre was renowned for religious tolerance and mental freedom. This includes the choice of a wife, marriage, protection of the sacred hearth-fire, hospitality, sacrifices to the gods, feasts to his departed relatives, along with the numerous restrictions—and finally, the duties of old age.

    The segmented, albeit inter-connected, social system checked political absolutism and arbitrariness. Sections within the Manu Dharma Shastra forbid divorce. The Universal Reason was all in all, Nature, life, history being the progressive unfolding of the Absolute idea. We Indians have come to absorb amorality.


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A student enrolled at this learning centre had the liberty to choose any subject of his choice. Few scholars worth mentioning are Kalhana, historian and author of Rajtarangini, a history book on Kashmir in Sanskrit; Philosopher Arts and science of ancient Hindu jurisprudence book Shankara who consolidated the doctrine of Advaita Vedanta; Vairotsana, a Tibetan translator; Kumarajiva, a Buddhist scholar and translator; Thonmi Sambhota, a Tibetan scholar who invented the Tibetan script as per accounts by traditional Tibetan sources.

The Dayabhaga code integrated text-centered principles with regional traditions in Bengal. Emphasis was laid on the need for harmonizing the claims of physical anthropology with its geographical zones of ethnic culture.

A committee was constituted in to investigate the problems associated with the University and formulation of the recommendations, the President of which was Michael E. Possible Dates of Composition Sir William Jones assigned the work to the period BCE, but more recent developments state that the work in its extant form dates back to the first or second century CE or perhaps even older.

The Brahmanic legal tradition demarcated a specific social framework. Scholars agree that the work is a modern versified rendition of a BCE 'Dharma-sutra,' which no longer exists.

His expertise in mathematics was well known in his school days. The term Dharma is derived from the root word dhr, i. We have subconsciously adapted this attitude of amorality as a natural accompaniment of single freedom or free market ; without gaining that unlike western morality which was fostered and sustained by the Church and the State Bharatiyamorality is individual-centric and freedom-enabling.

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How to overcome the resistance of matter, of individuality and of unreason, to the manifestation of the Pure Reason was the great problem of life and society, of education and legislation.

When these do not address an issue, Arts and science of ancient Hindu jurisprudence book practice of cultured people becomes authoritative. Odantapuri University; Image Courtesy: exploremytour.

Sectarian groups, immigrant communities and specialized guilds were incorporated within this inclusivist framework. The Sudras were forbidden to participate in the Brahmin rituals and were subjected to severe punishments, whereas the Brahmins were exempted from any kind of reprimand for crimes.

However, equally popular is the belief that Manu had learned the laws from Lord Brahmathe Creator—and so the authorship is said to be divine. He quoted extensively passages from Sanskrit texts.

Subjects taughted ranged from Mahayana Buddhism, the Vedas, Logic, Sanskrit Grammar to Medicine, Samkhya, and more subjects on every field of learning. Taxila or Takshashila University It is believed Kuru prince Duryodhana laid the foundation of Takshashila University at the birthplace of his mother Gandhari.

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