Schools of Hindu Law

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S.S. Jain Subodh Law College

“Schools of Hindu Law: A Comparative Study”

Project Submission as the Partial Fulfillment of Periodic Evaluation of Family Law

Submission To: Submitted By: Dr. Alpana Sharma Prashant Kumar FACULTY OF FAMILY LAW Roll no:- 8

V Semester
S.S. Jain Subodh Law College

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Acknowledgment............................................................................................ iii 2. Research Methodology.................................................................................. iv 3. Abstract.......................................................................................................... v 4. Introduction.................................................................................................... 6 5. Schools of Hindu Law.................................................................................... 7 6. Mitakshara and Dayabhaga Schools ............................................................ 8 7. Migration and the schools............................................................................. 15 8. Conclusion & Suggestions............................................................................ 17 9. Bibliography.................................................................................................. 18

Acknowledgement

I take this opportunity to express our humble gratitude and personal regards to Dr. Alpana Sharma for inspiring me and guiding me during the course of this project work and also for his cooperation and guidance from time to time during the course of this project work on the topic.

Jaipur
15th August 2014Prashant Kumar

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Aims and Objectives:
The aim of the project is to present a detailed study of the topic “Schools of Hindu Law: A Comparative Study” forming a concrete informative capsule of the same with an insight into its relevance in the Indian Society.

Research Plan
The researchers have followed Doctrinal method.

Scope and Limitations:
In this project the researcher has tried to include different aspects, special attention is also provided on Migration between Different Schools,and aspects of schools of Hindu Law. It is a doctrinal research project. .

Sources of Data:
The following secondary sources of data have been used in the project- Case Study
Websites
Case Laws
Books

Method of Writing and Mode of Citation:
The method of writing followed in the course of this research project is primarily analytical. The researcher has followed Uniform method of citation throughout the course of this research project.

ABSTRACT

This project aims at introducing the concept of schools of Hindu. From  thousands of years people living in the Indian subcontinent have been leading their lives by following the guidelines and concepts given in the Vedas. These guidelines have evolved into rules followed by the people and enforced by the rulers and have thus become de facto law. In this modern times, the same laws have been retrofitted to suit present conditions and have been codified in the form of several acts of which the important ones are - Hindu Marriage Act 1955, Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act 1956, Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act 1956, and Hindu Succession Act 1956.In hindu law school have major importance.School means rules and principles of Hindu Law which are divided into opinion. It is not codified. There are two Schools of Hindu Law- (a) Mitakshara (b) Dayabhaga. Mitakshara School prevails throughout India except in...
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