The Hindu Theory of the State

Benoy Kumar Sarkar
Political Science Quarterly
Vol. 36, No. 1 (Mar., 1921), pp. 79-90
DOI: 10.2307/2142662
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2142662
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  • 1
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Shanti-Parva, LXVII, 16-17
    • LXVIII, 11-12
    • " Hindu Political Philosophy " in the POLITICAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY (December, 1918)
    • D. R. Bhandarkar'sAncient History of England (Calcutta, 1919), pp. 87-II3
  • 3
    Ayodhya-Kanda, LXVII, 31
  • 5
    I, 4 (Eng. trans. by R. Shamasastry)
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    II, 40 (Eng. trans. by M. N. Dutt)
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Epigraphia Indica, vol. iv, p. 248
    • Rakhaldas Banerji's History of Bengal (in Bengali), pp. 147-I49
  • 1
    Kishori Lal Sarkar's Rules of Interpretation in Hindu Law, Tagore Law Lec - tures at the University of Calcutta, Lecture VI
  • 2
    Akshaya Kumar Maitra's Ganda-lekha-mala (Inscriptions of the Ben- gali Imperial Dynasties) in Bengali, p. I9
  • 3
    Maha., Shanti, LXVII, 1-3
  • 4
    Ibid., LXVII, 12
  • 5
    lIbid., LXVII, 14
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    lbid., LXVII, 15
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    Shanti, LIXt, 15
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    I bid., LIX, 19-I9
  • 3
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • bid, LIX, 20-21
    • " Hindu Theory of International Relations " in the American Pol- itical Science Review (August, 1919)
  • 1
    Cited and translated by Su Hu, Part IV, ch. iii
  • 1
    Carlyle's Mediaeval Political Theory in the West, vol. i, p. 24
  • 2
    Ibid., vol. i, p. 129
  • 3
    Ibid., vol. ii, 143-446, vol. iii, 97, 105, I87
  • 1
    Manu, VII, 21
  • 2
    1bid., VII, 24
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    Shanti, LIX, 14
  • 4
    Ibid., LXVIII, 8
  • 5
    Ibid., LXVIII, 10-12
  • 6
    Ibid., LXVIII, 14
  • 7
    Ibid., LXVIII, 19
  • 1
    Shanti,LXVIII, 21-22
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    Manu, VII, 14
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    Manu, VII, 15
  • 2
    Ibid, VII, 17
  • 3
    Ibid., VII, 18
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    lbid., VII, 22
  • 5
    Ibid., VII, 23
  • 7
    IV, i, lines 92-97 (Madras Text, edited by Oppert and translated by the present author for the Panini Office, Allahabad)
  • 3
    " Theory of Property, Law and Social Order in Hindu Political Philosophy " in the International Journal of Ethics (April, 1920)