Concept of Law, Dharma And Justice: An Insight to Hindu Jurisprudence

  • Upasana Borah N.E.F LAW COLLEGE, ASSAM

Abstract

Any authorities could have a robust foundation for its survival, “if it's far based on liberty and justice”. Justice below regulation with out social justice, now no longer has any which means or significance. It isn't anyt any doubt that humans due to the fact instances immemorial was hoping for justice and its survival always and 'justice' has been the watchword of all foremost social and political reform movements. Endless and ceaseless efforts have been made to abolish injustice, tyranny and exploitation. In the not unusualplace parlance justice is equated with the whole thing this is good, mercy, charity and truth and different equal expressions. However, withinside the phrases of a Greek philosopher Thrasymachus, it can't be described because the interest of the stronger. Justice isn't always an irrational concept and the search for it's far an everlasting quest. As a Hindu we in no way neglect about and notice the picturegraph of a few preeminent Divine beings, for example, Rama, Krishna, Shiva,Durgabeneathneath the state of affairs of PaapPunya or a signal of judgment, and recollect because the incomparable jury of our the whole thing works. Dharma is moreover an equal phrase of Justice. In the Hindu society Dharma has dependably been taken into consideration as signal of Justice and its all updaesha or implications take us to the demonstrations of legal guidelines whether or not it is going beneathneath the existing time or historic time. Slam is continuously taken into consideration as a Saint and Maryadapurushottam due to the fact Ramayan period. He is likewise taken into consideration as a supporter and spreader of Dharma which dependably paintings for the development of character and a dwelling society. Also, on this manner there have been several similitudes noticed due to the fact historic time.

Published
2020-10-01
How to Cite
Borah, U. (2020). Concept of Law, Dharma And Justice: An Insight to Hindu Jurisprudence. Shanlax International Journal of Arts, Science and Humanities, 8(2), 33-45. https://doi.org/10.34293/sijash.v8i2.3431
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