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Lawyers and Politicians  Marcus Tullius Cicero: A room without books is like a body without a soul. The life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living. In order to be called law, a command must be argued for, justified, both in terms of its actual correspondence with the well-being of the community and in terms of the purposes of […]

The Advocatetanmoy Law Library includes a wide range of resources related to Indian Law. It contains books, statutes, regulations, orders, judgments, rulings, and circulars from the Supreme Court [2], High Courts, and other tribunals across India. It also includes commentaries from legal experts and practitioners, case laws, and other important documents related to Indian Law. Additionally, the library also provides access to the Indian Law Encyclopedia, which is a comprehensive collection of Indian Law that has been systematically organized for easy access.

The Code of Manu ( Manu Samhita) Code of Hammurabi  The Athenian Constitution By Aristotle Roman Law  The Law of Justinian (Institution, Codex, and Digest) Manu Samhita [Sanskrit- Devanagari Script]   Read more: Ancient Laws  

The Code of Hammurabi was based on a set of previously recorded and observed Sumerian laws, of which the Code of Dungi may have been one. However, Dungi’s code is mentioned only sparsely in ancient history texts, and many do not even find it important enough to mention at all. Also, there seems to be some disparity of dates. While once source gives the dates of Dungi’s Code as about three centuries before Hammurabi’s, this same date is also attributed to the Ur-Nammu Code of Law, i.e. approx. 2050-2100 B.C E , which many sources state is the earliest known written code of law in the world, and is the one most often credited as being the source of the Code of Hammurabi. 

WE, THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR, having solemnly resolved, in pursuance of the accession of this State to India which took place on the twenty-sixth day of October, 1947, to further define the existing relationship of the State with the Union of India as an integral part thereof, and to secure to ourselves

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