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Secularism: its implications for law and life in India.

Seminar on "Secularism: its Implications for Law and Life in India Delhi 1965.

Secularism: its implications for law and life in India.

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Published by N. M. Tripathi in Bombay .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Religion and law,
    • Secularism -- India

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEdited by G. S. Sharma.
      ContributionsSharma, G. S., 1914- , ed., Indian Law Institute., India (Republic) Education Commission.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 257 p.
      Number of Pages257
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL11558M
      LC Control Numbersa 67001847

      The second chapter elaborates the political context with special focus on the Ahmedabad violence and its implications, particularly ghettoization. The subsequent three chapters reflect on the evolution of minority rights in India in the context of the debate on secularism and colonialism. Philosophical secularism is an umbrella term meant to capture that body of thought, writing, and activism which seeks to critique religion, debunk its claims, challenge its clerical authorities.

        Article was deemed temporary by both Nehru and Patel, but given Kashmir’s geography and its implications for India’s national security, that . Why Pluralism and Secularism are essential for our Democracy: Hamid Ansari. Bengaluru: The Vice President of India, M. Hamid Ansari has said that ‘Why Pluralism and Secularism are essential for our Democracy’ He was delivering the 25th Annual Convocation Address of National Law School of India University (NLSIU), in Bengaluru, Karnataka Sunday.

      Anuradha Dingwaney Needham is Donald R. Longman Professor of English at Oberlin College. She is the author of Using the Master’s Tools: Resistance and the Literature of the Afri. The book Landscapes of the Secular: Law, Religion, lead to complex arguments about the nature of religious experience and its implications for our lives as citizens. In American society—nominally secular but committed to permitting a diversity of religious beliefs and expressions—such questions become all the more fraught and can lead.


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Its proceedings, Secularism: Its Implications for Law and Life in India published by the Institute incontain essays contributed by eminent writers representing all the major religious commu-nities of India. Four years later, P.B.

Gajendragadkar who had, as Chief Justice of India, inaugurated that seminar, delivered at the University of. Seminar on "Secularism: its Implications for Law and Life in India, Delhi, Secularism: its implications for law and life in India. Bombay, N.M. Tripathi, secularism its implications for law and life in india Download secularism its implications for law and life in india or read online here in PDF or EPUB.

Please click button to get secularism its implications for law and life in india book now. All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. secular activities and its implications in India. Therefore, this study falls under the entitlement of secularism and human rights in India- a study Review of Work already done On the Subject: There are a number of scholarly works on secularism and human rights.

A few relevant material closely related to title are reviewed as a literature. Legalizing Religion: The Indian Supreme Court and Secularism " In Religion and Personal Law in Secular Secularism: its implications for law and life in India.

book, ed. Gerald Larson. " In Secularism: Its Implications for Law and Life in India. In November The Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, had organised a seminar on ' Secularism: Its Implications For Law and Life In India ' and the papers presented at the seminar along with the inaugural address by the then Chief Justice of India were published in a.

In November The Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, had organised a seminar on 'Secularism: Its Implications For Law and Life In India' and the papers presented at the seminar along with the inaugural address by the then Chief Justice of India were published in a.

Secularism implies non-interference of state in the affairs of religion and at the same time also of religion in the affairs of the state. Secularism under the law means that state shall not have loyalty towards any religion and it has no religion of its own.

It protects all religion viz, Hindu, muslim, Christian, parsi : Kishor Kunal. Secularism in Its Place - Volume 46 Issue 4 - T. Madan. This is the text, with a few verbal modifications, of a lecture delivered by T. Madan at the President's Panel in Honor of the Fulbright Fortieth Anniversary Program, on the occasion of the meeting of the Association of Asian Studies in by: history, and the potential of its minority groups, as well as the prevailing international circumstances.

In the matter of secularism and Islam, the world is misinformed and misguided. Most people who engage in these discussions do not have a clear idea of the Islamic way of life.

Typically, Islamic scholars must take great steps to prove that Islamic DoctrineCited by: 3. According to R.A. Jahagirdar, in the Indian context, secularism has been interpreted as the equal treatment of all religions.

In particular, the most significant impact of religion in everyday life of an Indian citizen is in matters of civil law – marriage, divorce, inheritance and others.

Marc Galanter Hinduism, secularism, and the Indian judiciary One of the most striking developments in independent India is the successful emergence of an avowedly secular state encompassing the bulk of the world's Hindus.l There is disagreement about what this secular state implies-whether.

Theoretical Perspective of Communalism & Secularism India is a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic republic as system of government. Indian constitution stressed “We, the people of India, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic Republic and to secure to all its citizens.

The Preamble and Article. 38 of the Constitution of India are the supreme law envisages social justice as its arch to ensure life to be meaningful and livable with human dignity. The concept of social justice which the Constitution of India engrafted, concept of diverse principles essential for orderly growth and development of personality of everyFile Size: KB.

Chapter 3: Meanings of Being a Secular State: A Critical Evaluation. A talk at the Seminar on the topic at Kottarakara, Kerala on 18 November The word “Secularism” is used in India usually in relation to the idea of the Secular State which has been established in the religiously pluralistic context of India.

Several critics of Indian secularism maintain that given the pervasive role of religion in the lives of the Indian people, secularism, defined as the separation of politics or the state from religion, is an intolerable, alien, modernist imposition on the Indian society.

This, I argue, is a misreading of the Indian constitutional vision, which enjoins the state to be equally tolerant of all religions and which. Redefining the secular mode for India India needs to own its historical secularism, rather than reject it as an alien concept, to move the country towards more just governance.

The secularising of society is essentially the reconfiguration of entitlements to a decent life, and of law and ethics. It requires the relocating of religion to the. Contents Preface vii 1 Introduction: Why Muslims Need a Secular State 1 2 Islam, the State, and Politics in Historical Perspective 45 3 Constitutionalism, Human Rights, and Citizenship 84 4 India: State Secularism and Communal Violence 5 Turkey: Contradictions of Authoritarian Secularism 6 Indonesia: Realities of Diversity and Prospects of Pluralism 7 Conclusion: Negotiating the.

India needs to own its historical secularism, rather than reject it as an alien concept, to move the country towards more just governance. Flickr / M. Aditya Bharadwaj L et us begin with the assumption that we want a secular society in India.

In life as in law, terminological inexactitude has its implications. In electoral terms, ‘majority’ is numerical majority as reflected in a particular exercise (e.g. election), does not have permanence and is generally time-specific; the same holds for ‘minority’.

Both find reflection in value judgments. Secularism, let’s remember, was an important reason why so many Muslims happily chose to stay back in India and though often the ride has .its religious citizens of the widest stripe more than any other nation on Earth because its constitution is expressly secular.

Incidentally, a secular state is not synonymous with an atheistic state. Communist states like Cuba must not be confused with secular states. In his just-released book. Article content. Secularization is the best thing that’s ever happened to religion.

That might seem like a shocking statement for both religious and secular people. But its implications .