Dharma as Law and Justice

  1. Manu
  2. Yagnavalkaya
  3. Brihaspati
  4. Narada
  1. Dharma implies routineness of order generally acknowledged, it incorporates religion, obligation, and inseparable of a quality or an order, though present-day law depends on reasons and incorporates strict viewpoints.
  2. Dharma is an obligation-based idea, anyway the current law centers around rights instead of obligations.
  3. Dharma preassumes a power and ties together by the dread of a similar extraordinary yet then again, the law depends on sensibility and ties through lawful assents given by courts (human).
  1. https://www.lawctopus.com/academike/dharma-and-law/#_ftnref24
  2. https://thelawexpress.com/the-concept-of-dharma-in-indian-jurisprudence



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