3 edition of Juristic personality of Hindu deities. found in the catalog.
Juristic personality of Hindu deities.
Satis Chandra Bagchi
|Series||Asutosh Mokkerjee lectures,1931|
|LC Classifications||LAW |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 78 p.|
|Number of Pages||78|
|LC Control Number||55051259|
Hindu deities are the gods and goddesses in terms and epithets for deity within the diverse traditions of Hinduism vary, and include Deva, Devi, Ishvara, Ishvari, Bhagavān and Bhagavati.. The deities of Hinduism have evolved from the Vedic era (2nd millennium BC) through the medieval era (1st millennium AD), regionally within Nepal, India and in Southeast Missing: Juristic personality. There was Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Akhil Bhartiya Hindu Mahasabha, politicians and judges, who came out with a new concept", he said, adding that concept of juristic personality was alien to .
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Juristic personality of Hindu deities. [Calcutta] University of Calcutta, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Satis Chandra Bagchi. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Juristic personality of Hindu deities.
book Free Audiobook Escape the Box Movies On My Shelf Flipside Radio Good Goods Introductory Life Science - Video Five Sci-Fi Short Stories by H. Beam Piper by PIPER, H. Beam Rory’s Phone Tap. 3 is JURISTIC PERSONALITY OF Juristic personality of Hindu deities. book DEITIES From this standpoint the concept of a juristic person as a notional subject of rights is inevitable.
A man as a bearer of ethical personality is a real subject of rights, but as there are other juristic persons known to law Savigny says, “However, the original notion of personality has undergone a double variation in positive law.
Pixar animator and Academy Award–nominated director Sanjay Patel (Sanjay’s Super Team) brings to life Hinduism’s most important gods and goddesses—and one sacred stone—in fun, full-color illustrations, each accompanied by a short, lively Little Book of Juristic personality of Hindu deities.
book Deities is chock-full of monsters, demons, noble warriors, and divine divas/5(). Hindu Law Juristic personality of Hindu deities. S C Bagchi Calcutta; Hindu Law Katyayana-Mata-Sangraha N C Bandyopadhyaya Calcutta; Hindu Law Kaundinay Smriti English Translation P Sri Ramachandrudu ; Hindu Law Law and custom of Hindu castes A Steele London; Hindu.
In the case of a Hindu deity, vesting of juristic personality in the deity and its murti must necessarily draw primarily from the reservoir of Hindu thought behind such mode of worship and the significance of the ritual of consecration or prana pratishthana, which is to infuse life and spirit into the murti.
That such Juristic personality of Hindu deities. book also lends itself to the creation of jural relations and aids in the recognition of legal endowments to the deity.
Conrad revisits Sontheimer’s study on the juristic personality of Hindu deities to argue that, in his attempt to bring contemporary judicial practice in line with what he perceived to be the specific requirements of the Indian context, Sontheimer in fact drew. Installed deities at Hindu places of worship have been treated like other real persons for the purpose of law.”However it is not all idols that will qualify for being ‘juristic person’ but only when it is consecrated and installed at a public place for the public Juristic personality of Hindu deities.
book large.” The rights deities have. Owning property; Paying Juristic personality of Hindu deities. book. Legal personality of lunatics and infants is also restricted. On the other hand, there are legal persons who are not human beings such as corporation, university, idol, etc.
JURISTIC PERSON Persons are classified into natural and legal (or juristic) persons. Natural persons are human beings. Gods, corporations, rivers, and animals, have all been treated as juristic persons by courts.
The treatment of deities as juristic persons started under the British. Temples owned huge land and resources, and Juristic personality of Hindu deities. book administrators held that the legal owner of the wealth was the deity, with a shebait or manager acting as trustee.
In his article on the Juristic Personality of Hindu Deities (Religious Endowments in India), Sontheimer bases his discussion on a large number of Sanskrit sources, ranging from the Dharmasastras to Mimamsa and Vedanta texts (Brahmasutras with various commentaries), as well as on religious practice, popular belief and case-law.
The legal idea of a Hindu deity as a juristic person may have its beginnings in the English common law. However, the Hindu deity’s juristic personality is unique. Hoping for divine justice: When gods become litigants. The Supreme Court of India is no stranger to unusual arguments.
When an institution has the final say on everything from property disputes to a basic right to privacy for Indians, you can be assured of a range of often quite unusual arguments. Bagchi, Satish Chandra Juristic Personality of Hindu Deities Calcutta University of Calcutta Bakker, Hans At the Right Side of the Teacher: Imagination, Imagery, and the Image in Vedic and Śaiva Initiation Granoff, Phyllis Shinohara, Koichi Images in Asian Religions: Texts and Contexts Vancouver UBC Press The volume contains essays on the juristic personality of Hindu deities, the history and religion of pastoral groups in the Deccan plateau and the interdependence of folk and scriptural religion.
The two volumes of Sontheimer's collected papers complement a memorial volume entitled In the Company of Gods.
Gods, corporations, rivers, and animals, have all been treated as juristic persons by courts. The Practice of treating deities as juristic persons: Started under the British: Temples owned huge land and resources, and British administrators held that the legal owner of the wealth was the deity, with a shebait or manager acting as trustee.
The Spirit of Hindu Law uses the Hindu legal tradition as a heuristic tool to question this view and reveal the close linkage between law and religion.
Emphasizing the household, the family, and everyday relationships as additional social locations of law, it contends that law itself can be understood as a theology of ordinary by: Rejecting the argument that the birthplace of Rama itself is a juristic person, the Court upholds an important principle – juristic personality is attributed to Hindu deities to Author: Arghya Sengupta.
Place of worship. Parasaran said that in Hindu religion, idols were not necessary for a place to be regarded as a holy place of worship.
“Rivers are worshipped. Sun is not an idol but is also worshipped as deity,” Mr. Parasaran said, adding birth place in itself could be treated as a ‘juristic person’.
The top court referred. Birthplace also a juristic entity, Hindu party tells SC. The bench, which was hearing the politically sensitive case on 34th day, asked Parasaran as to whether 'it has been held that any Hindu. Hindu Deity as a Juristic Person. The question of whether a Hindu Deity can be a juristic person or not was decided by Privy Council in the case Vidya Varuthi Thirthia Swamigal v.
Baluswami Ayyar Author: Desh Kapoor. Hinduism and law have often been understood as Hindu law: A body of fixed positive law and legal hermeneutics that can be used to govern the lives of : Deepa Das Acevedo.
"The Juristic Personality of Hindu Deities: Classical Jurisprudence and Contemporary Incarnations" with Christopher Fleming (USC CLHC) Wednesday, March 6, to pm This is a past event.
God as a juristic person. A juristic person, as opposed to a “natural person” (that is, a human being), is an entity whom the law vests with a personality.
The Supreme Court has clarified this in the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee vs Som Nath Dass and Others () order. Like other Hindu deities, the Ayodhya deity — the infant form of Lord Ram — was deemed a perpetual minor under law.
The idea of a Hindu deity as a juristic personality is unique. Unlike English common law, the Hindu deity gets its juristic personality from the. God as an abstract concept is not a juristic entity, deities in Hindu law have been conferred personhood, as capable of being bestowed with property, or leading it out or suing to take back possession.
Thus, by a legal fiction installed deities at Hindu places of worship have been treated like other real persons for the purpose of law. The rationale behind giving Hindu idols a juristic personality is best explained by Ganpathi Iyer in his valuable treatise on Hindu and Mahomedan Endowments.
He had this to say in regard to the legal status of an idol in, Hindu law: “The ascription of a legal personality to the deity supposed to be residing in the image meets wi.
Abstract. This proposed doctoral research intends to focus on the juristic personality of a corporation, looking at it from the nature, what gave rise to legal person-hood of a corporation, with the aim of examining the revolution, impact and possible features of the modern business corporations, by making a comparative examination of the subsets of rights afforded under the /5.
Indian Courts Uphold that Deities Are Legal Entities: on /10/10 ( reads) Source: NEW DELHI, INDIA, October It may have come as a surprise to many when a God, Bhagwan Sri Ram Virajman, fought litigation for the last 21 years before the Lucknow Bench of Allahabad High Court through his representative, Deoki Nandan.
A shebait under Hindu law is entrusted with the task of maintaining and preserving an idol and its property. The Supreme Court on Monday told the Sunni Central Wakf Board that it will be “very difficult” for the Board to question the belief of Hindus in Ram’s birthplace given that even a Muslim witness had attested to significance of Ayodhya for Hindus.
Juristic personality J.1 Development of the law J.2 Idols and juristic personality J.3 Juristic personality of the first plaintiff J.4 Juristic personality of the second plaintiff K. Analysis of the suits L. Suit 1: Gopal Singh Visharad L.1 Pleadings L.2 Issues and findings of. Thus, the Supreme Court in its Ayodhya judgment, whilst reaffirming the polytheism of Hinduism by giving a juristic personality to the idol of Ram, to whom from the strength of Hindu belief and Author: Deepak Lal.
In Patel’s show, and in his illustrated books—The Little Book of Hindu Deities () and Ramayana: Divine Loophole ()—he distills the gods Missing: Juristic personality. Personality Judging Personality in Hinduism Part 1 In Hindu thought, each person has two personalities that could be judged.
Posted South Asian Legal Studies at the University of Heidelberg. His contributions to the study of Hindu law lie in the fields of classical inheritance law and the history of the Hindu joint-family.
Especially, his book The Joint Hindu Family: Its Evolution as a Legal Institution is still regarded as the classical reference work on this topic.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: Juristic personality. Divinity & Juristic Personality: Would be Tough to Rebut Hindus' Faith with Regard to Ayodhya, Says SC Illustration by Mir Suhail/News18 A Constitution bench headed by the CJI was questioning senior advocate Rajeev Dhavan on whether the divinity and the "exact form" of an idol or a deity were necessary to hold that they have "juristic personality".
The court observed that "One of the questions emerging at this point is as to nature of such an idol, and the services due thereto. A Hindu idol is, according to long established authority, founded upon the religious customs of the Hindus, and the recognition thereof by.
Artificial personality, juridical personality, or juristic personality is the characteristic of a non-living entity regarded by law to have the status of personhood. A juridical or artificial person (Latin: persona ficta; also juristic person) has a legal name and.
Inthe Bombay High Court held in the Dakor Temple case: “Hindu idol is a juridical subject and the pious idea that it embodies is given the status of a legal person.” This was reinforced in the order in Vidya Varuthi Thirtha vs Balusami Ayyar, where the court said, “under the Hindu law, the image of a deity is a ‘juristic.
‘Religious Endowments in India: The juristic personality of Hindu deities Günther-Dietz Sontheimer The Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act, (with Rules, Amendments.
Finding: Legal personality can download pdf conferred on any object, and there is no bar. But the purpose sought to be achieved is important. The purpose in Hindu law is the protection of property endowed or dedicated for a pious purpose (para 91 pg) There is a direct nexus between the conferral of a legal personality and the object sought to be.ebook Like other Ebook deities, the Ayodhya deity — the infant form of Lord Ram — was deemed a perpetual minor under law.
The idea of a Hindu deity as a juristic personality is unique. Unlike English common law, the Hindu deity gets its juristic personality from the piety of the worshippers.