ANCIENT ISLAMIC LEGAL SYSTEM IN INDIA: AN OVERVIEW

Authors

  • Hemant Kumar Yadav Ph.D. Student, University of Lucknow

Abstract

The management of justice is an essential commitments of the national.  If men were gods and angels, no law benches would may be indispensable however even then the cynics might refer to the squabbles amongst idols, predominantly in the background of idols. As it is, we find that though male may be a slender subordinate than the angels, he has not yet shelter off the brute. Not far under within the man, there prowls the physical and the physical is appropriate to disruption unattached on times, to control and device that corporeal and to stop worsening of development, humankind prerequisite of the rule of law. Development likewise need the rule of law for demanding all irregularities and holes from the contract and normal of conduct of the public. Being social, influences are certain to rise amongst us. For the resolution of those disagreements, development want instructions in the form of laws and forums to compensation the crimes in the form of courts. Laws and judiciary have continuously gone organized.[1]

 

[1] S.D. Sharma, Administration of Justice in Ancient India, New Delhi: Harman Publishing House, 1988, p.170. 22

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Published

15-10-2018

How to Cite

Hemant Kumar Yadav. (2018). ANCIENT ISLAMIC LEGAL SYSTEM IN INDIA: AN OVERVIEW. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 4(10). Retrieved from https://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/1661