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Sources of Hindu law : A comprehensive view

  title={Sources of Hindu law : A comprehensive view},
  author={Keshav Kr. Jha},
  • K. Jha
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
: Hindu law has been derived from a very wide and enormous corpus of literature ranging from “Shruti”, “Smriti”, “Sadachar”and “Swatah Prajna” to the modern systems of precedents and legislated law frameworks. The flexibility of this vast institution lies in the fact that it has always been open to adaptations and reasonable changes so as to accommodate the desired necessities and not become a rigid framework wherein no modification can take place whatsoever. It is this unique feature of Hindu… 



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