HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE MINORITIES
Human rights are moral principles or norms that describe certain standards of human behavior and are regularly protected as natural and legal rights in municipal and international law. All human beings irrespective of their race, religion, sex. language, place of birth and culture are entitled for all human rights. The concept and practice of human right is not new having come into everyday parlance since the World War-II The history of Indian culture was trace back in Indus-civilization. Indian culture is the thesis of many local and immigrant cultures, religion and ideologies. Adaptability in Indian and accommodation of different cultures, religion, powers and process in different regions of India. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru rightly said that, “an unbroken continuity between the most modern and the most ancient phases of Hindu thought extending over three thousand years, the rights of man have been the concerns of all civilizations from time immemorial.” Humanity, justice and concepts of Human Rights were known to India. Not only India but the other parts of the world like the Babylonian laws and the Assyrian (ethnic group Indigenous to the Middle East) Laws, the Dharma of the Vedic period in India, and the jurisprudence of Lao-Tze and Confucius in China have advocated and practiced Human rights in civilization of their time.
- Publication Date
- Jan 28, 2021
- Education & Language
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- By (author): Dr. A. A. Gadwal