5 edition of Index to History of Dharmasatra found in the catalog.
Index to History of Dharmasatra
Krishnan Lal Khera
November 1, 1996
Written in English
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The Dharmasastra is a collection of ancient Sanskrit texts which give the codes of conduct and moral principles (dharma) for concept of dharma is important in both Hinduism and yoga, which also share roots with Hinduism. There are estimated to be between 18 and texts among the collection of Dharmasastra. In India the treatises of law founded upon the sacred books of the Hindus had a far-reaching and defining influence on social life. As foundational documents of the Hindu way of life which codified social relations as well as personal belief as religious imperatives, these texts have exerted the deepest influence on the lives and conduct of women through history and their teachings have not.
Title: History of Bihar Author(s): Radhakrishna Choudhary Year of Publication: Bibliographic Information: viii + p.+30 Plates, Append., Index Language: English Type your information below: Help us to improve our product listings by updating product information. However, there is an ongoing debate amongst scholars regarding this matter. Other scholars refute the multiple authorship idea, claiming that the major texts were written by a single author at a particular time in history and remained relatively unedited as time went by. .
Reviewed work(s): A Brief History of Dharmaśāstra by S. C. Banerji. A Brief History of Dhamasastra. By S. C. BANERJI. New Delhi: ABHINAV PUBLICATIONS, Pp. ix Rs Prof. S. C. Banerji is one of India's senior Indological scholars. He has been making contributions to the world's store of knowledge for more than fifty years. The Sopara relics, in the Society's possession, contain among other artefacts, what are believed to be fragments from the Buddha's begging bowl. Bharat Ratna Mahamahopadhyay 's labours for fifty long years in the Society's Library resulted in his monumental, much acclaimed, multi volume History of Dharmasastra.
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The History of Dharmaśāstra, with subtitle Ancient and Medieval Religious and Civil Law in India, is a monumental five-volume work consisting of around 6, was written by Bharat Ratna Pandurang Vaman Kane, an first volume of the Index to History of Dharmasatra book was published in and the last one in The work is considered Kane's magnum opus in English.
The History of Dharmasastra is a literary work which is truly magnificent both in conception and execution. Its five Volumes, which together extend over nearly 6, pages, seek to present the most comprehensive treatment of the religious and civil law of ancient and medieval India.
The book is the first attempt to present within a sho~ compass, a systematic account of Dharma¬~astra comprising both original Smçti works and digests written in different regions of India. It de¬scribes the contents of the above works under the principal heads.
viz. Acära (conduct and custom), PRAYASSCITTA (expiation). Vyavahara (secular law) and Rãjadhaflhla (politiCS and statecraft). Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., First edition. Hardcover. New. 15 x 23 cm. This is an index on the subject of purification to History of Dharmasastra, written by Prof.
P.V. Kane. This work was chosen because it is encyclopaedic and generally acknowledged to. Through pointed studies of important aspects and topics of dharma in Dharmasastra, this comprehensive collection shows that the history of Hinduism cannot be written without the history of Hindu law.
Part one provides a concise overview of the literary genres in which Dharmasastra was written with attention to chronology and historical developments. The History of Dharmaśāstra, with subtitle Ancient and Medieval Religious and Civil Law in India, is a monumental five-volume work consisting of around 6, pages.
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The Dharmashastras (or Dharmasastras) are the ancient law books of Hindus, which prescribe moral laws and principles for religious duty and righteous conduct for the followers of the faith. They also formed the guidelines for their social and religious code of conduct Hindus in the past where Hindu rulers enforced the laws as part of their.
About the Book The encyclopaedic history of Dharmasastra represents a monumental single – handed effort by the Bharataratna Dr.
Pandurang Vaman Kane (). The original work in seven volumes covering more than six thousand five hundred pages and the first volume revised in mid-sixties contain such extensive discussion of smrtis, Sanskrit literature, numismatics, epigraphy. History of Dharmasastra (5 Vols.
in 8 parts) by Pandurang Vaman Kane. On Novem the publication of the fifth and last volume of Professor P.V.
Kane's History of Dharmasastra was formally announced by Dr. Radhakrishnan, and a significant landmark in the history of Indological research in this country may be said to have been thereby established.
Dharma-shastra, (Sanskrit: “Righteousness Science”) ancient Indian body of jurisprudence that is the basis, subject to legislative modification, of the family law of Hindus living in territories both within and outside India (e.g., Pakistan, Malaysia, East Africa). Dharma-shastra is primarily.
History of Dharmasastra (Ancient and Mediaeval Religious and Civil Law), (Government Oriental Series: Class B, no. 6), 5 Vols (in 8 parts) by Pandurang Vaman Kane Seller Vikram Jain Books. The History of Dharmasastra is a literary work which is truly magnificent both in conception and execution.
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Part One provides a concise overview of the literary genres in which Dharmasastra was written with attention to chronology and historical developments.
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The Oxford History of Hinduism: Hindu Law: A New History of Dharmasastra Patrick Olivelle, Donald R. Davis Through pointed studies of important aspects and topics of dharma in Dharmasastra, this comprehensive collection shows that the history of Hinduism cannot be written without the history .Olivelle, Patrick.
"Dharmasastra: A Literary History" Olivelle, Patrick (). Manu's Code of Law: A Critical Edition and Translation of the Mānava-Dharmaśāstra. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN Lingat, Robert (). The Classical law of India. New York: Oxford UP Publ. Kane, P.V. (). History of DharmaŚãstra.The History of Dharmasastra is a literary work which is truly magnificent both in conception and execution.
Its five Volumes, which together extend over nearly 6, pages, seek to present the most comprehensive treatment of the religious and civil law of ancient and medieval India. And, Professor KANE has accomplished this gigantic task single.