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Administration of justice in ancient India
Srikantan, K. Prof.
|Statement||K. Srikantan ; edited by V. Ramachandran.|
|Series||Bhavan"s book university|
|Contributions||Ramachandran, V., 1931-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 223 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||2008308679|
ADVERTISEMENTS: The criminal justice administration in any society is after all a relay race. The lawmakers guarantee the basic security of person to the citizen. The police apprehends and brings the law-violator to book. The Bar helps the free citizen to preserve his freedom and the bench imparts justice by inflicting punishment on the guilty [ ]. The ancient India was divided into several independent states and the King was the supreme authority of each state. As far as the administration of justice is concerned the King was considered the fountain of justice. He was entrusted with the supreme authority of the administration of justice in his kingdom.
ADVERTISEMENTS: Administrative history of India can be viewed as that aspect of history which has its bearing and linkages with the political and governing institutions of a given country. Public administration in ancient and mediaeval India consisted of structures, procedures and behaviors which the ruling dynasties or emperors had and employed for running their respective [ ]. Indian Legal History – Administration of Bombay to -Part 5 Administration of Justice at Calcutta - To and Charter of – Part 6 Part 7 - Indian Legal History - Charter of Part 8 - Indian Legal History – East India Company Becomes Diwan of BengalFile Size: KB.
ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about various administration systems in India during the medieval age: 1. Mughal Administration 2. Administration in the Hindu States 3. Administration of Rajput States 4. Maratha Administration 5. Administration in the Muslim States of Deccan 6. Sultanate of Bengal 7. Judicial Administration Under Mughals 8. In India only about 16 out of people booked for criminal offences are finally convicted. Low rate of conviction points to the inefficiency of the Criminal Justice System of India - which includes the police, prosecutors, and the judiciary. This results in a big problem of people losing faith in the Criminal Justice System of India - which is very dangerous. The Government of India has been.
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ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about the administration of justice in ancient India. In the earliest times the administration of justice was not a duty of the state. The aggrieved party had to take necessary steps to redress the wrongs done.
The most usual step was to sit before the house of the [ ]. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sharma, S.D. (Shive Datta), Administration of justice in ancient India.
New Delhi: Harman Pub. It is a scholarly work on the practices and administration of justice in ancient india. Forward. I read with deep interest and admiration Prof.
Srikantan's book entitled "Administration of. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Srikantan, K., Prof.
Administration of justice in ancient India. Mumbai: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, It is both astonishing and amazing how Justice could be administered in a nation with so many languages,different regional cultures,with hardly any communication system in book is a must read.
Administration of Classical Hindu Law Corporate group s in medieval India included, but were not limited to, merchants, traders, religious Author: K.
Srikantan. Administration of Justice in South India: In the regions ruled by the Chalukyas of Badami and Pallavas of Kanchi, the king was the fountainhead of justice and the final court of appeal. In villages and rural tracts the village courts decided the disputes. Muslim jurisprudence.
(The President of India and Governors act according to the advice of the Council of Ministers.) An informal justice system does operate in the rural areas in civil and family matters. History of the Criminal Justice System. The jurisprudence of Ancient India, whichFile Size: KB.
In ancient India, Administration of justice in ancient India book was regarded as the fountain of justice has to act as the lord of Dharma and was entrusted with the supreme authority of the administration of justice and his foremost duty was to protect the rights of his subject.
The King's Court was the highest court, next to which came the court of the Chief Justice (Pradvivaka). The administration of justice in British India; its past history and present state: comprising an account of the laws peculiar to India by Morley, William Hook, Pages: The book would undoubtedly be useful to practitioners and students of law, public administration and political science.′ - Management in Government `The book is an important and valuable piece of literature on the administrative justice system in India in general and an empirical study on the working of the system in the state of Orissa in Cited by: 2.
Read and Dowload Now ?book= Read Administration of Justice in Ancient India PDF Free. Justice, in its broadest context, includes both the attainment of that which is just and the philosophical discussion of that which is concept of justice is based on numerous fields, and many differing viewpoints and perspectives including the concepts of moral correctness based on ethics, rationality, law, religion, equity and fairness.
Often, the general discussion of. administration of justice in ancient sri lanka The earliest Lawyer on Record. In No. ,is a very old inscription[ 1 Cent BC- 1 Cent AD] there is reference to a personage named Naka, the proprietor of the Kadahalaka Tank,who is further distinguished as a Vohara.
The administration of justice is the process by which the legal system of a government is executed. The presumed goal of such administration is to provide justice for all those accessing the legal system.
The phrase is also used commonly to describe a University degree (as in: a BA in Administration of Justice), which can be a prerequisite for a job in law enforcement or. ANCIENT INDIAN JURISPRUDENCE By: Justice Markandey Katju, Judge, Supreme Court of India Speech delivered on at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi In ancient India not only was there tremendous development of mathematics, astronomy, medicine, grammar, philosophy, literature, etc.
but there was also tremendous development of law. This isFile Size: 72KB. Justice was not blind in ancient India. Insofar as the hierarchy indicated karmic retribution or reward for lifetimes, it was considered only natural to take into account in the administration of legal justice.
the Deccan, the administration of the Imperial Chalukyas of Vatapi (A.D) was marked by the usual characteristics The administration of Rajput states of Northern India was of the bureaucratic type. Salient features of the criminal justice system as evolved and prevailed during ancient India are described Size: KB.
EAST INDIA COMPANY-FORMATION Ch, Royal Charter of East India Company: The Indian Legal History deals with the evolution & development of law and legal institutions in India. The British period started from and the issue of the Royal Charter may be considered as a landmark event with far reaching Size: KB.
The Author Was Well Versed In Sanskrit And Had Studied The Vedic And Puranic Texts In Original. Gives A Narration And Analysis Of Indian Concept Of Contracts, Justice, Education, Finance, Faith, Culture Art, Literation, Penology, Crimonology, Astrology Etc.
Without Dustjacket In Good Condition. Administration of Justice in British India William Jones, an expert on languages and legal system in Ancient India, translated the existing Hindu and Muslim penal codes into English.
The limited objective was that the principles of the ancient texts could be evaluated and applied by English-speaking judges.
In the company took over. Administration of justice was not under the state purview. Vedic literature nowhere refers to the king as a judge either in civil or crimina1 cases. Crimes like murder, theft and adultery have been mentioned however there is no indication as to whether they were tried or not.
Judicail system in ancient india 1. Judicial institutions No clear reference to the existence of judicial organization in the Vedic period. Village elders acted as judges and punishment was awarded according to the nature of the .Administration of Justice (Theories of Punishment) Punishment according to dictionary- involves the infliction of pain or forfeiture, it is infliction of penalty.
chastisement or castigation by the judicial arm of the state. If the sole purpose behind punishment is to cause physical pain to the wrongdoer, it serves little purpose.