Ethics during the Medival Period 2

ETHICS IN GITA Bhagavad Gita, the famous dialogue between Krishna and Arjuna in the middle of the Kurukshetra battle, popularly considered as a sacred text of moral code, is a liberating text. As even Arjuna surrenders to Krishna,  pleading for removal of his confusion and inability to decide in this crucial moment, Krishna begins by... Continue Reading →

Ethics during Medival Period 1

The medieval period contains a remarkably rich assortment of ways to deal with morals. Morals is an investigation of good issues in the fields of individual and aggregate collaboration. The term is additionally at times utilized all the more by and large to depict issues in expressions and sciences, strict convictions and social needs. The... Continue Reading →

BUDDHIST AND JAIN PHILOSOPHY (EMERGENCE OF NEW RELIGIONS IN 6TH CENTURY)

JAIN AND BUDDHIST The 6th Century is regarded as a period of religious unrest because of the following reasons- The changing features of social and economic life in the 6th century BC were closely linked with changes in religion and philosophical speculation. The conflict between the established orthodoxy and the aspirations of the newly intensified... Continue Reading →

Minority Communities

Minority Communities- Minority communities are the communities who have lesser percentage of their population reciding in the country and they have lesser population. Their demands and addressals to be fulfilled is the prime duty of government and the government should fulfill all their basic rights such as education, property, shelter,basic income etc. In India there... Continue Reading →

Islamic Law – Sunnah and Quran – Part 5

The word “Sunnah” is also used to refer to re Naturally, once the Prophet was buried in his grave, and those Companions found themselves in the position of teachers-teaching others how to perform the prayer, how to pay zakat etc, they often mentioned what they had heard or seen from the Messenger of Allah. So... Continue Reading →

Islamic Law – Sunnah and Quran – Part 4

It appears that the Maliki jurists never took full advantage of this principle, and many followers of that school consider the doctrine to be too vague and general to be useful in making legal deductions. However, today more and more followers of even other schools show their acceptance of this source. “Istidlal and “Istishab” –... Continue Reading →

Islamic Law – Sunnah and Quran – Part 1

INTRODUCTION OF THE TOPIC- The introduction of the Islam in the whole world came in the limelight when Prophet Mohammed spread the idea of Islamic and the teachings of Allah in the whole Saudi Arabia. The followers of Prophet then spread the idea of Islam in different parts of the world and hence the religion... Continue Reading →

Islamic Law – Sunnah and Quran – Part 3

“Qiyas” (analogical deduction) With the conquests and the expansion of the Islamic State, and as centuries went by, new cases were provided for in the Quran, the Sunnah or the Ijma. The jurists found themselves compelled, in seeking solutions, to have recourse to reason, logic and opinion. Analogy thus became the fourth source of Islamic... Continue Reading →

Islamic Law – Sunnah and Quran Part 2

“Ijma” (consensus of opinion) Ijma has been define as the agreement of the Muslim jurisconsults in any particular age on a a juridical rule. The Authority of Ijma as a source of law is founded on Quranic and Sunnah Texts; one each of which is given here; “O ye who believe , Obey God and... Continue Reading →

Is Changing your Religion Illegal ?

IS CHANGING YOUR RELIGION ILLEGAL? Taking up two very popular example which almost everyone is familiar with— A.R. Rahman who is a very popular music composer, singer as well as producer who was a hindu but later on changed his religionDharmendra a very popular veteran actor had also changed his religion for his second marriage.... Continue Reading →

Indo Islamic Cultrue in India

Indo-Islamic Architecture is the Indic architecture and engineering of the Indian Subcontinent often embedding some elements of architecture carried over from various parts of West and Central Asia, produced for and by Islamic Regimes. Such foreign elements come from regions themselves influenced earlier by the spread of Indian architectural vocabulary with the spread of Buddhism... Continue Reading →

Habermas Ideas On Religion

Religion in Public Sphere There are all kinds of public displays to attempt to eliminate the ones that seen religious would violate the First Amendment’s Right to freedom of religion. The Government may not force a religion or any other belief on anyone. But having the Ten Commandments engraved more than once in the Supreme... Continue Reading →

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