The Hindu law is credited to be the most ancient law system (approximately 6000 years old). The entirety of the Hindu law is said to be derived from two major sources:
- Ancient or original sources: Shruti (the 4 Vedas – Rigveda, Yajurveda, Samveda, Atharvaveda), Smriti, digests and commentaries, customs and usages.
- Modern Sources: Equity, justice and good conscience, precedent, legislation.
Legal Bites’ study material on Hindu law consists of three modules which cover important property, marriage and guardianship laws. We have also included a section which contains a number of informative articles on a variety of topics such as adoption and judicial separation. Readers who wish to understand the intricacies of Hindu law will benefit immensely from this course.
Important articles and study material on Hindu Law – Click on the links to Read
- Ancient and Modern Sources of Hindu Law: A Concise Overview
- The Different Schools of Hindu law | Explained
- Hindu Joint Family and Coparcenary: An Analysis
- Evolution and History of Hindu Marriage
- Concept of Marriage under Hindu law
- Nullity of Marriage under Hindu Law | Explained
- Restitution Of Conjugal Rights Under Hindu Law
- Judicial Separation Under Hindu Marriage
- Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act 1956: Entrenched Patriarchal Notions
- Hindu Women’s Right to Property | Explained
- Natural Guardians and their Right over Minor’s Property
- Hindu Succession Act 1956- Order of Succession among Males
- Case Analysis: Prakash & Ors. v. Phulavati & Ors., (2016)
- Karta – Powers and Duties
- New Born Son And His Position In Joint Hindu Family
- Introduction – Hindu Marriage act, 1955
- Concept and forms of marriage
- Essential Conditions Of Valid Marriage
- Registration Of Marriage
- Distinction between void and voidable marriage
- Judicial Separation under Hindu Law
- Restitution of Conjugal Rights
- Concept And Grounds Of Divorce
- Divorce under Hindu Law (Theories)
- Desertion as a Ground for Divorce – Explanation with Relevant Case Laws
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