Hindu Law Hindu law is nothing but the concept of dharma, the concept of dharma in Hindu law is not defined precisely but it has
Aghori are the branch of Hinduism which are also said to be shortcut to Moksha. These people are Vairagis(renounced ). They are devotees of God
INTRODUCTION: Dowry, or Dahej, is one of the deep-rooted societal evils this is growing at an exceptional fee in present day culture. While it’s miles
Sources of Hindu Law Hindu Law is 6000 years old. In this span of 6000 years, it has passed through various phases. Hindu Law, despite
Introduction : After divorce when the relation of parties comes to an end, the most important and sensitive problem arises to custody, maintainance and education
Second marriage, during the subsistence of the first marriage, is illegal in India and the relationship arising from the same does not have any validity.
Conversion of the spouse to other religion was just for the aim of circumventing the provision of Section 494 of Indian Penal Code, 1860. Conversion to
In the Vedic times and the ancient ages, women had the liberties to exercise various privileges and rights just like men. In the Vedic times
There is a popular belief that the britishers colonized and civilized India and some people also seems to be showing respect towards them especially some
The concept of ‘maintenance’ in India is covered both under Section 125 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 and the personal laws. Maintenance under
Divorce was not a concept that existed in ancient times. Marriage was regarded as a sacred notion to them. Manu believes that a husband and
List of Cases Chandra Kishore v. Nanak Chand AIR 1975 Del 175 Ghuia Devi v. Shyamlal Mandal AIR 1974 Pat 68 Jugal Kishore Baldeo Sahai
Marriage: In the ancient Hindu law, the object of marriage was of great excellence, It was more connected with the performance of religious duties and
Hindu law has the oldest pedigree of any system of jurisprudence, and even now it shows no sign of decrepitude.” -Henry Mayne. The Hindu law
Judicial separation is incorporated under Section 10 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955. This section deals with the judicial separation and the consequences that occur
Partition in the most general legal sense refers to any division of real property or personal property between co-owners which results in individual ownership of
Ancient Knowledge is far more advanced than today’s modern science as it consist of Spiritual realm also. Human body is a great gift by God.
Section 11 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 lays down the conditions in which a marriage between persons is regarded as void ab initio. As
The comments and digestives of the smritis are Hindu law schools. By widening the scope of Hindu law, these schools have contributed to its development.
Under Old Hindu Law There are only three essential conditions for a valid marriage as per the old Hindu Law:- Identity of caste between the