Religion and Law in Independent India
This important volume is a major contribution to the interface between religion and law in independent India. The result of a cooperative International project, this multidisciplinary volume includes essays by eminent jurists, legal scholars, historians of religions, political scientists and Sanskritists from India and abroad. This revised and updated edition has new essays on subjects such as the structure of religion and law in India; legal issues affecting the Sikh community; public endowments; and issues relating to caste and conversions.
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P N Bhagwati
Harold G Coward
On Defining Hinduism as a Religious and Legal Category
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