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    Essay On The Maitri Karar Under The Hindu Marriage Act

    Words: 821    Pages: 3    Paragraphs: 14    Sentences: 35    Read Time: 02:59
                  This may be a little known fact, but India has been, and continues to be, home to a range of bigamous relationships. We have such 'arrangements' in the form of 'maitri karar' in Gujarat. 'nata patra' in Rajasthan, and so on.
                  Perhaps the most imaginative and innovative alternate to bigamy practised in Gujarat (until officially banned by the government) was the 'companionship contract' or the 'ma
    Marriage Essay India Essay 

    Inter-Caste Marriages Under Hindu Marriages Act, 1955

    Words: 704    Pages: 3    Paragraphs: 13    Sentences: 59    Read Time: 02:33
                  Amongst Hindus there have been four castes since time immemorial: Brahmin, Kshytria, Vysya and Sudra. Originally these castes were not hereditary and were based on function: the priests were Brahmins, the warriors were called Kshytrias, the traders were Vysyas and the workers were called Sudras. In course of time the caste system became rigid. One of the causes for that rigidity was the rule of En
    Marriage Essay 

    Essay On Hindu Concubinage

    Words: 519    Pages: 2    Paragraphs: 9    Sentences: 38    Read Time: 01:53
                  The word concubine is derived from the Latin words con (with) and cubare (to lie). A concubine is a woman who cohabits with a man to whom she is not legally married. She is usually given an inferior position in the Indian society as compared to a legally wedded wife. In Hindu law, such a woman is termed as 'avarudha stri.' She is referred to as an avarudha stri only if she is an exclusively kept m
    Marriage Essay 

    The Codification Of Hindu Law

    Words: 391    Pages: 1    Paragraphs: 6    Sentences: 22    Read Time: 01:25
                  Codification refers to the process of incorporating the law on a particular subject in statutes or Acts of the legislature. This process has both advantages as well as disadvantages. The greatest champion of codification was Bentham, and the greatest antagonist was Savigny. It has rightly been said that both of them were giants, to each of whom half his prayers were granted, while the other half w
    Law Essay 

    Essay On The Important Applications Of Hindu Law

    Words: 1186    Pages: 4    Paragraphs: 18    Sentences: 72    Read Time: 04:18
                  Hinduism, it has rightly been said, is a mass of fluctuating faiths and opinions, embracing within itself a vast spectrum, ranging from the wandering fancies of savage superstition to the highest insight of daring thought. This brings us to a moot question, viz., who is a "Hindu"?
                  The term "Hindu" is not very precise in its significance. Actually, the term is nowhere to be found in the ancient
    Religion Essay 

    How Customs Are An Important Source Of Hindu Law

    Words: 1215    Pages: 4    Paragraphs: 19    Sentences: 59    Read Time: 04:25
                  Customs may be broadly divided into (i) local customs, (ii) class customs, and (iii) family customs. Local customs are those which are confined to a particular locality like a district, town or village, and are binding on all the inhabitants of that locality.
                  Class customs are the customs of a caste or a sect of the community or the followers of a particular profession or occupation, such as ag
    Law Essay India Essay 

    Hindu Marriage: Whether A Sacrament Or A Civil Contract

    Words: 615    Pages: 2    Paragraphs: 11    Sentences: 34    Read Time: 02:14
                  For a Hindu, marriage is a samskara (religious rite or sacrament). It is in fact, the last of the ten sacraments, enjoined upon him by the Hindu religion for purifying the body from inherited taint. This view has been accepted by the High Courts of Bombay and Madras. Thus, a Hindu marriage is looked upon as something which is more of a religious necessity and less of a physical luxury. As once obs
    Marriage Essay Religion Essay 

    Essay On The Doctrine Of Relation Under The Hindu Adoptions And Maintenance Act

    Words: 616    Pages: 2    Paragraphs: 10    Sentences: 32    Read Time: 02:14
                  The idea underlying adoption is that the adopted child should be considered as a child born in the adopted family, and not in the family in which the child was actually born. The result of this theory is that, for all purposes -social, religious or legal- the adopted child is to enjoy all the rights which it would enjoy if actually born in the adoptive family.
                  The ground on which an adopted son
    Family Essay India Essay 

    The Concept Of The Joint Hindu Family Un-der Mitakshara Law

    Words: 485    Pages: 2    Paragraphs: 8    Sentences: 34    Read Time: 01:45
                  A joint and undivided Hindu family is the normal condition of Hindu society. A joint Hindu family consists of all persons who are lineally descended from a common ancestor, and includes their wives and unmarried daughters.
                  On marriage, a daughter ceases to be a member of her father's family, and becomes a member of her husband's family.
                  Thus, if A has two sons, X and ?, and an unmarried daug
    Family Essay 

    Comprehensive Essay On The Illegitimate Children Under Hindu Law

    Words: 928    Pages: 3    Paragraphs: 13    Sentences: 41    Read Time: 03:22
                  The Hindu law relating to illegitimate children can be discussed under the following four heads:
                  A. Maintenance
                  B. Inheritance
                  C. Joint Family Property and Partition
                  D. Guardianship
                  A. Maintenance:
                  Prior to the coming into force of the Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act, 1956, an illegitimate son of a Hindu was entitled to maintenance out of his father's coparcenary property an

    Alauddin Khilji's Anti-Hindu Policy

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                  Alauddin was intolerant towards the Hindus, and he tried to suppress them by every possible measure. Though historians are not unanimous on the issue of his anti-Hindu policy and its causes, yet it is sure that he never paid attention to the welfare of the Hindus. His dialogue with Qazi Mughisuddin highlights his attitude towards the Hindus when he inquires of him about the position of Hindus as t

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