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Laws Of Ancient India

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Laws Of Ancient India
By: MIke Monetti

No matter where u may be, including Ancient India the law is the law. Mostly everywhere has it or even a set of rules. Ancient India is unique with the rewards and punishments given out. There are always punishments when a law or rule is broken but depending on the level of the law or rule the consequences can go from low to high very easily. There were not only punishments there was rewards just as well.

Thesis Statement

Laws Of Ancient India
As well as laws that were established everybody had followed and beieved in the law of Karma. Which is if someone ha done bad to someone else it would come back at them.
KARMA
Punishments
If laws were broken punishments would take place, including cutting off of body parts, for example, the nose, hand, arm, foot, and leg, other punishments were death, torture, and death by drowning.
Murder
Stealing
Impersonation
Using royal transportation
Assault on a member of a high class
WOMEN IN ANCIENT INDIA
In Ancient India women were very often mistreated even though they held a very elevated position. If women had broken a law they would still be a consequence but not as threatning as if a man were to do something wrong.
BIBLIOGRAPHY
CRIME, PUNISHMENT AND JUDICIAL PROCUDEURE IN ANCIENT (SMRTI) INDIA. (n.d.): n. pag. Web.

"Culture: Women's Status in Ancient India - Magazine Web Edition January/February/March 2015 - Publications - Hinduism Today Magazine." Hinduism Today Magazine Back End. N.p., n.d. Web. 03 Nov. 2015.
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