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Jimutavahana"s Dayabhaga

The Hindu Law of Inheritance in Bengal (South Asia Research (New York, N.Y.).)

by Ludo Rocher

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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Number of Pages440
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Open LibraryOL7389311M
ISBN 100195138171
ISBN 109780195138177

About the Book This Dictionary contains technical terms used in Sanskrit texts of ancient and medieval India dealing with law and statecraft within Dharmasastra and Aethasastra. As editors, we have attempted to make the Ditionary as comprehensive as possible, even though, given the vast extent of the literature, this is an ideal to which we can only aspire.   BOOK AUTHOR Mudra Rakshasa Vishakh Datt Padmavat Malik Mohammad Jayasi Malavikagnimitra Kalidasa Abhigyanam - Shakuntalam Kalidasa Kumārasaṃbhavam Kalidasa List of Ancient Books and Authors - BankExamsToday.

The word "Aparinita" in paragraph 29 of Chap. IX of Dayabhaga of Jimutavahana has been interpreted by the Full Bench as 'not married to the Sudra'. In our view, Jimutavahana did not specify the caste to which a concubine should belong. Options Book House, Oyo Road, Olororo Bus/stop, Ojoo, Ibadan. Box University of Ibadan Post Office, Ibadan, Nigeria. Tel: + ; + e-mail: [email protected]

Raghunandana's Dayabhaga-tika, also known as Dayabhaga-vyakhya[na], is a commentary on Jimutavahana's Hindu law treatise Dayabhaga. During the British Raj, when Hindu law was used in the courts, the Calcutta High Court termed Raghunandana's Dayabhaga-tika as the best commentary on Dayabhaga . In Collector of Madura Vs Mottoo Ramalinga, the Privy Council has held that, “The remote sources of Hindu Law (that is Smritis) are common to all the different Schools. The process by which those schools have been developed seems to have been of this kind. The Commentator puts his own gloss on the ancient Text, and his authority having been received in one and rejected in another part of.


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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ HardcoverFormat: Hardcover. Jimutavahana's Dayabhaga: The Hindu Law of Inheritance in Bengal Ludo Rocher Abstract.

This is a translation of a twelfth‐century Sanskrit legal text, with the original text. The Dāyabhāga was one of the most important texts in the history of Indian law. It is important because the British elevated it to such prominence in their new colony.

This is a translation of a 12th-century Sanskrit legal text, with the original text. The Dayabhaga was one of the most important texts in the history of Indian Jimutavahanas Dayabhaga book.

The text, fairly late and inspiring little attention, is important because the British elevated it to such prominence in their new colony in the early 19th century. It was known as the authority on inheritance and significant.

Preface Jimultavahana's Dayabhaga is one of the Sanskrit texts in India that 'have ceased to be the fundamental source of Hindu law, and it is only in marginal contexts that for practical purposes reference to them will ever again be made in that country.'' Indeed, according to Section 4 of The Hindu Succession Act, (1) Save as otherwise expressly provided in this Act, (a) Any text, rule.

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This is a translation of a 12th-century Sanskrit legal text, with the original text. The Dayabhaga was one of the most important texts in the history of Indian law. The text, fairly late and inspiring little attention, is important because the British elevated it to such prominence in their new colony in the early 19th century.

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Here he translates two medieval texts, Jimutavahana's Dayabhaga and part of Vijnaneshwara's Mitakshara, which formalised an area of legal theory, serving as the principal guides in, respectively, Bengal and the rest of India for laws on inheritance until the Hindu Succession Act of Dayabhaga means something in Hinduism, Sanskrit, Marathi.

If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check out the descriptions on this page. Add your comment or reference to a book if you want to contribute to this summary article.

Vijnaneswara( A.D.) (2) Dayabhaga written by Jimutavahana ( A.D.). These two are called the School of Hindu Law. Mitakshara is being followed in all parts'of India except Bengal & Assam where Dayabhaga has its sway.

Apart from there commentaries there are pthers held by jurists. Jimutavahana means something in Buddhism, Pali, Hinduism, Sanskrit, the history of ancient India.

If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check out the descriptions on this page. Add your comment or reference to a book if. Major works. Jīmūtavāhana is known for his three major works. These three works are probably the parts of a bigger comprehensive digest, the Dharma Ratna.

His Kalaviveka is an exhaustive analysis of the auspicious kala (timings) for the performance of religious rites and ceremonies. This text also contains discussions on solar and lunar months. Jimutavahana's Dayabhaga. The Hindu Law of Inheritance in Bengal View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This is a translation of a 12th-century Sanskrit legal text, with the original text.

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Likewise, the Dayabhaga is also referred to sometimes in a case governed by Mitakshara law, on points on which the latter is silent.

(Mahavir Prasad v. Rai Bahadur Sing, 18, Luck. ) Jimutavahana: Jimutavahana, who lived around the beginning of the twelfth century, was the founder of the Dayabhaga.

DAYABHAGA SCHOOL The term “Dayabhaga” is derived from a similarly named text written by Jimutavahana Dayabhaga School/Bengal School - This school is considered to be the dissident school of the Benaras School. This school owes its origin to Jimutavahana’s digest on leading Smritis by the name of Dayabhaga.

This School is prevalent in. Jimutavahana's Dayabhaga Author(s): Ludo Rocher Publisher: Oxford University Press. Oxford Scholarship Online requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books within the service. Public users can however freely search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book.

Raghunandana Bhattachary, wrote a Tika on Dayabhaga by Jimutavahana called Dayabhaga-tika, also known as Dayabhaga-vyakhya[na]. Bengal Hindu society still follows the rules laid down by him. His scholarship also extended to grammar (kalaptattvarnav, Shavdashastravivrti), tantra (Mahimnahstotratika) and .For instance, Jimutavahana who wrote the Dayabhaga, did not permit inheritance to a son at birth.

This is because Dayabhaga followed the traditional rule that only the person who can perform Shraddha for his ancestor can inherit the property. In the book called Parvana Shraddha the list of persons who can perform Shraddha is mentioned. At.Jimutavahana Man, Person. Jīmūtavāhana was an Indian Sanskrit scholar and writer of legal and religious treatises of early medieval period.

He was the earliest writer on smriti from Bengal whose texts are extant. Jimutavahana's Dayabhaga Book, Written Work.