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Philosophical Roots of Ancient Indian Jurisprudence
Law as OrderRit
Law as CultureDharma
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according action administration ancient India ancient Indian law ancient Indian legal Arth aspect authority becomes binding Brahman called concept of Dharma conflict considered contract court criminal culture custom Danda Dharma dharmasastras divine doctrine duty ethical existence expression fact force freedom function happiness Hindu Law human Ibid idea ideal Indian legal philosophy Indian mind individual injunction interests interpretation judicial jurisprudence juristic Kama Karma Katyayana Kautilya king king's legal philosophy legal system legal theory legislation litigation logic Manu means metaphysical Mimansa moral natural law notion Nyaya one's organisation perform person political positive law principle problems procedure protection punishment realisation reality reason recognised relation religion religious Rig Veda rule of law sacrifice Sastras Satya sense Smriti social society source of law spiritual texts theory of justice theory of law thought truth values Varna Vedas Vedic Vidhi Vyavahar wealth welfare Western whole wrong Yajna Yajnavalkya