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If you’re looking for Hindu law, you can find a ton of information in the Hindu religion. But it’s also true that there are lots of other books and websites that don’t actually contain the legal text of the Hindu religion. And even if you find some Hindu law, it’s almost certain that you won’t really understand it unless you get a decent Hindu law textbook. The Hindu law texts are actually the same as the legal texts of any other religion, so they are often quite accessible.
And you can go to any of hundreds of Hindu law publishers and search for “Hindu law,” “Hindu law textbooks,” or “Hindu law research.
As a matter of fact, I can’t find any Hindu law textbook that actually shows up on Wikipedia.
You have to look at the whole thing yourself. While the Hindu law books are not the same as any other legal text, there are various Hindu law books and different legal texts.
Of the various Hindu law texts, the most widely accepted is the Atharvaveda. It is the oldest text on Hindu law in the world, and is a compendium of more than 1,000 rulings, from the various ancient texts. The Atharvaveda was written by the great Vedic philosopher king Ashoka (a.k.a. Vyasa) and is considered to be the most reliable and authoritative text.
To put it simply, the Atharvaveda is considered to be the most authoritative text because it is the most detailed. It details every ruling of every law-maker, and every person who has ever lived. It even contains the entire text of the Vedas, which is the oldest collection of Sanskrit literature in existence. As such, it is one of the most widely-used texts in the world.
The question of how a person who doesn’t remember the existence of a Vedic text can claim that it is the “most reliable” is a good one. However, Vedic scholars have suggested that this is not the case. While the Atharvaveda is the oldest source of Vedic literature and the most reliable, the Vedas are of the same ilk as the Greek writings.
Hindu law is not based on the Vedas, but there are many traditions within Hinduism that are based on the Vedas. Hinduism is a polytheistic religion with many different sects and communities within it, but the Vedas have been found to be the most reliable.
There are many different traditions within Hinduism that have been found to be based on the Vedas, including the Jains, the Brahmins, the Upanishads, and many others. These sects and communities have developed their own interpretation of the Vedas, which is why many of them have developed their own versions of Hindu law. These interpretations of the Vedas are called Upanishads.