6 edition of Civil laws in Kauṭilya"s Arthaśāstra found in the catalog.
Civil laws in Kauṭilya"s Arthaśāstra
Sharma, Y. D. Dr.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -339) and index.
|Statement||Y.D. Sharma ; chief editors, Gayatri Sharma, Harish Bhardwaj, Malini Bhardwaj ; foreword, Ranganath Misra.|
|Contributions||Sharma, Gayatri., Bhardwaj, Harish., Bhardwaj, Malini.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 343 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||343|
|LC Control Number||2008319663|
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Civil Laws in Kautilya's Arthasastra 0th Edition by Dr. Sharma (Author) ISBN Author: Dr. Sharma. Civil Laws in Kautilya's Arthasastra by Dr. Y.D. Sharma. The aim of this work is to establish Kautilya as a great Indian just, who has so far remained hidden from the legal world.
It is a matter of great satisfaction that the work has found a permanent place in the field of legal philosophy of law. It includes books on the nature of government, law, civil and criminal court systems, ethics, economics, markets and trade, the methods for screening ministers, diplomacy, theories on war, nature of peace, and the duties and obligations of a king.
The text incorporates Hindu philosophy, includes ancient economic and cultural details on /5(2). King, Governance, and Law in Ancient India presents an English translation of Kautilya's Arthasastra (AS.) along with detailed it was discovered aroundthe AS.
was described as perhaps the most precious work in the whole range of Sanskrit literature, an assessment that still rings true. Patrick Olivelle's new translation of this significant text, the first in close to half /5(3). Arthashastra outlines a system of civil, criminal, and mercantile law (now known as business laws).
For example the following were codified: a procedure for interrogation, torture, and trial, the rights of the accused, what constitutes permissible evidence, a procedure for autopsy in case of death in suspicious circumstances, what constitutes defamation and procedure for claiming damages, valid and invalid.
Kautilya's Arthashastra is divided into 15 books(May be considered as volume) with several parts of each headings of the books are as follows: • I Concerning Discipline • II The Duties of Government Superintendents • III Concerning Law • IV The Removal of Thorns • V The Conduct of Courtiers • VI The Source of Sovereign.
The division i and of books, chapters and topics respectively was probably not accidental, states Olivelle, because ancient authors of major Hindu texts favor certain numbers, such as 18 Parvas in the epic Mahabharata.
The largest book is the second, with 1, sentences, while the smallest is eleventh, with 56 sentences. Kautilyas Arthashastra (Telugu Edition) Kautilya, also known as Chanakya, is Indias most illustrious political economist of all time.
He regarded economic activity as the driving force behind the functioning of any political dispensation. Kautilya's Arthashastra is a book about economics written by Kautilya. The word (No Suggestions) originates from a primeval Indian dissertation that discussed how the economy and military affairs of a state should function.
The dissertation was written in Sanskrit by Chanakya, the teacher to the founder of the Mauryan Empire. /5(70). Treatise Review and Analysis: Kautilya's Arthashastra and Machiavelli's The Prince Found in even the most ancient accounts of war and diplomacy, military treatise are systematic expositions on the proper conduct of war and peace and in what way both can be successfully administered.
From Sun Tzu to Jomini, military philosophers have endlessly discussed the topic. Kautilya's Arthashastra translated by R. Shamasastry, *Book I, "Concerning Discipline"* *Book II,"The Duties of Government Superintendents"* *Book III, "Concerning Law"* *Book IV, "The Removal of Thorns"* *Book V, "The Conduct of Courtiers"* *Book VI, "The Source of Sovereign States"*.
This book reveals a very interesting cultural look into early India, and is a great framework for examining the underpinnings of a society quite different by today's norms. Worth reading for anyone interested in civil-military strategy, or in any number of other social-science themes/5(10).
The Code of Law and Justice covers both civil and criminal law and is, basically, a Penal Code; the extensive and graded penalties and fines prescribed in it have the twin aims of deterring transgressions and collecting revenue for the state.
The text discusses marriage and consent laws in Books. Kautilya's Arthashastra: Book II,"The Duties of Government Superintendents" CHAPTER I. FORMATION OF VILLAGES. EITHER by inducing foreigners to immigrate (paradesapraváhanena) or by causing the thickly-populated centres of his own kingdom to send forth the excessive population (svadésábhishyandavámanéna vá), the king may construct villages either on.
The year, the season, the month, the fortnight (paksha), the date, the nature and place of the deed, the amount of the debt as well as the country, the residence, the caste, the gotra, the name and occupation of both the plaintiff and the defendant both of whom must be fit to sue and defend (kritasamarthávasthayoh), having been registered first, the statements of the parties shall be taken.
The Arthashastra is an ancient Indian treatise on statecraft, economic policy and military strategy, written in Sanskrit.
It identifies its author by the names 'Kauṭilya' and 'Vishnugupta', both names that are traditionally identified with Chanakya (c. BC), who was a scholar at Takshashila and the teacher and guardian of Emperor Chandragupta Maurya, founder of the/5.
King, Governance, and Law in Ancient India presents an English translation of Kautilya's Arthashastra (AS.) along with detailed endnotes. When it was discovered inthe Arthashastra was described as perhaps the most precious work in the whole range of Sanskrit literature, an assessment that still rings true.
This new translation of this significant text, the first in close to half a. In the Arthashastra, Kautilya suggests why and how the rule of law ought to be applied. That sceptre on which the well-being and progress of the sciences of Anvikshaki, the triple Vedas, and Varta depend is known as Danda (punishment).
That which treats of Danda is the law of punishment or science of government (dandaniti). Kautilyas Arthashastra (Tamil Edition) by Moksha Kariya Kautilya, also known as Chanakya, is Indias most illustrious political economist of all time.
He regarded economic activity as the driving force behind the functioning of any political dispensation. - Buy The Kautiliya Arthasastra: 3 Volumes - Volume 1 in Sanskrit, Volumes 2 and 3 in English book online at best prices in India on Read The Kautiliya Arthasastra: 3 Volumes - Volume 1 in Sanskrit, Volumes 2 and 3 in English book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders.5/5(4).
1 The Arthashastra Insights on Statecraft and Reflections of Ancient Indian Society By Sayem Islam This paper investigates the Arthashastra and its implications for ancient Indian society, as well as the rationale behind the principles underlying the text.1 It is necessary to bear in mind that the Arthashastra, “the science of wealth and warfare,”2 was just.
Arthashastra incorporate both the civil law and criminal law. Kautilya attributed a lot of importance to 'dharma'. According to him, 'the ultimate source of all law is dharma'.
He enticed in the name of 'dharma' to the sense of honour and duty and to human dignity, to moral responsibility and to enlightened loyalty. Book 3 of the Arthashastra, states Trautmann, is dedicated to civil law, including sections relating to economic relations of employer and employee, partnerships, sellers and buyers.
India and Its Armies. A state, asserts Arthashastra text in verses 7. For Kautilya. An Analytical Study of the Relevance of Arthshastra in Modern India Dr. Renu Tanwar Assistant Professor Dyal singh College Karnal (Haryana) I.
Introduction Even though India and Indians never forgot the Arthsashtra, the study and practical applications of the book lost its importance since the British rule.
There are many kinds of questions in the Public Administration paper, asked in the Civil Services Mains Examination. 10 marks - words. 20 marks - words. 15 marks, 25 marks, 30 marks etc. This is a very typical oft-repeated question from. The Arthashastra of Kautilya is one of the most impressive books that I have read in the recent years.
While it is true that is offers views on how a king/ruler shall act in order to overcome obstables it is just so much more: it offers an almost complete blueprint for a state from the perspective of an administrator/5(). The Arthashastra refers to a practice of political diplomacy that arose in India, and is epitomized by the written material on position, policy and military strategy written by Kautilya.
Kautilya was an academician at Taxila University and later the Prime Minister of the Mauryan Empire. The cardinal principle of economic administration was laid down in Kautilya's Arthshastra in the following words - "The root of wealth is economic activity and lack of it brings material the absence of fruitful economic activity, both current prosperity and.
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With this, the Book I, “Concerning Discipline” of the Arthasástra of Kautilya, has ended.] From: Kautilya. Arthashastra. Translated by R. Shamasastry. Bangalore: Government Press,59 Kautilya's Arthashastra Book II, "The Duties of Government Superintendents" CHAPTER I.
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