Pages in category "Vedic Law"
The following 10 pages are in this category, out of 10 total.
- A brahmana never commits any sinful activity. If he, sometimes in an unnatural condition, if he does something. So he should be excused. This is Vedic law
- A society without Vedic laws and regulations will not be very helpful to humanity. As stated in this verse (SB 6.7.13), dharmam te na param viduh: such a society does not know the aim of life and the highest principle of religion
- According to the Vedic law there is no such thing as divorce laws, and a woman must be trained to be submissive to the will of her husband
- The idea of a life for a life is not a very new concept but can be found in the Manu-samhita, the Vedic lawbook for mankind, where it is stated that when a king hangs the murderer, the murderer is actually benefited
- The law of reception in the codes of the Vedic principles states that even if an enemy is received at home, he must be received with all respects. He should not be given a chance to understand that he has come into the house of an enemy
- The science of logical argument, the Vedic goals of life, and also law and order, moral codes, and the celebrated hymns bhuh, bhuvah and svah all became manifested from the mouths of Brahma, and the pranava omkara was manifested from his heart