Les sources du droit dans le système traditionnel de l'Inde
University of California Press, Jan 1, 1973 - Religion - 305 pages
This book discusses pertinent and contentious issues such as the relationship of religious communities and state, minority rights, secularism and reservations in the context of democratic politics.
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Chapter TwoThe DharmaSutras
Chapter ThreeIndian Society and the Rules of Law
Chapter FiveThe Other DharmaSastras
Chapter SixThe Commentaries and the Digests
Some Reflections on the Chronology of
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