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Dharmoprudence

Dharmoprudence

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  • Author(s): Prof. Dr. K.L. Bhatia
  • Brand: Thomson Reuters
  • Edition: Ed 2020
  • ISBN 13 9789390218905
  • Approx. Pages 108 + contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Description
From Legal Cosmology to Illuminative, Expounding, and Explicatory Indian Perceptions of Vidhi (Law) and Nyaya (Justice).
Dharmoprudence strives to examine in depth the use, utility and relevance of the Indian concept of dharma, conceded as the science of sciences, the art of arts and the knowledge of knowledge. Dharmoprudence is about the precepts of Indic, Prudentia Juris that denotes law making or legal practices, Vidhi, Nyaya and Niti Padhati, which enhance the jurisprudence practices assimilated and disseminated by ancient Indian wisdom, insight, perception, astutences, intelligence, acumen, judgment and understanding their relevance to the advancement of societal transformation in good administration and in the administration of justice in the new millennia of constitutional democracy. Dharma is the foundational fundamental (Dhri) of Vidhi and Nyaya and as such the basic structure of Dharmoprudence. It ought to be an exertion to transform Indic Jurisprudence professed to be the real Fons Juris of socio-legal-cultural heritage of India, since Dharma as the law of life regulates the relationships between the State and the citizens through Rajdharma (law of the constitution), Rajyadharma (law pf the administration) and Rajyasana (rule in accordance with the principles of statecraft). Thus, it is the basis for the evolution of Prudentia Juris of Dharma as well as Nyaya, perhaps the most beautiful works of the literature of the world, ocean of milk, the cradle of humanity, and a law of life fr a blissful statecraft that shall be advancement of Indic Prudentia Juris, viz., a legal science of India of Indian origin. Let us revisit by submitting that positive law, in fact, cannot survive without a therapy of the Dharma Trimurti--three manifestations--of Vidhi, Nyaya and Niti Padhati.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Concept of Law Entrenched in Dharma A Mosaic of Indian Legal Literature--Indic Prudentia Juris
Chapter 3. Nyaya (Justice)
Chapter 4. Niti Padhati (Policy Perspectives
Epilogue
Notes
Bibliography
Index
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Author Details
Professor Dr. K.L.Bhatia,
B.A (Hons) (J&K); LL.B (ILS Pune); LL.M and Ph.D. (Pune), is a senior Professor of Law and an eminent legal personality. The former Head and Dean, Faculty of Law and Founder Director , The Law School, University of Jammu; Director, Amity Law School; Founder Dean and Professor Emeritus, College of Legal Studies, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun; and Professor of Eminence Law, National Law University, Jodhpur, he has over four decades of teaching and research experience. He has published over twenty books on varied research subjects of law, both doctrinal and heuristic, including a book of poetry in both Hindi and English, and over a hundred research articles published in leading peer legal journals of repute in India and abroad. The recipient of ICSSR, UGC, erstwhile J&K State (now UT), UN and ILO Human Rights fellowships, he is a DAAD and Max-Planck Fellow and Alumnus.
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