Chinese legal culture in the long history on legal culture in ancient China

As we can see, the material of legal culture in ancient China is actually voluminous and profound, which can be said to be one of the largest collections among the most ancient civilizations in the world. In addition, legal culture in ancient China was one of the most influential or in top of the world legal cultures in a long period of time.

Understanding Indian culture in the time of Kamasutra-500 BCE

Salutation to Dharma, Artha, and Kama(धर्मअर्थकामेभ्यो नमः ) In the beginning, the Prajapati created men and women, and in the form of commandments in one hundred thousand chapters laid down rules for regulating their existence with regard to Dharma, Artha,…

Brahma was a thousand times nobler than Jehovah-Robert G. Ingersoll

The educated Christians admit that the writers of the Bible were not inspired as to any science. They now say that God, or Jehovah, did not inspire the writers of his book for the purpose of instructing the world about astronomy, geology or any science. They now admit that the inspired men who wrote the Old Testament knew nothing about any science, and that they wrote about the earth and stars, the sun and moon, in accordance with the general ignorance of the time.

History of the Zen Buddhism previous to the times of Hui-Neng

When Buddhism reached China it found two main currents of cultural conditions with which it had to contend and make terms, namely, Confucianism and Taoism, neither of which, strictly speaking, were religions. The teachings of Confucius were intellectual and were almost wholly devoted to inculcating habits of ethical idealism among all classes of people. By its presentation of an ideal "superior man" and its emphasis on "propriety" and "obedience" it appealed principally to the educated and official classes and tended to conservatism and the perpetuation of ancient customs and intellectual ideas.

Varanasi Dev Deepawali celebration-Participating PM said legacy means Bharatiya Sanskriti

PM participates in Dev Deepawali Mahotsav in Varanasi and congratulates Kashi for getting back the stolen Statue of Mata Annapurna DATE: 30 NOV 2020 The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi participated in Dev Deepawali Mahotsav in Varanasi yesterday. Addressing the…

Protection of Cultural Relics: Law of the People’s Republic of China

This Law is enacted in accordance with the Constitution, with a view to strengthening the protection of cultural relics, inheriting the splendid historical and cultural legacy of the Chinese nation, promoting scientific research, conducting education in patriotism and in the revolutionary tradition, and building a socialist society with cultural, ideological and material progress.