India has one of the oldest legal systems in the world with its laws and jurisprudence dating back centuries and evolving like a living way of life with the people of India adapting to the changing times. It is a misconception that the Indian legal system gained a systematic shape and development only during British rule rather we have a traditional mindset of following laws and regulations and doing our duties for the society which can be inferred from the verses of Manu smriti that Dharma i.e., Rule of Law is the supreme power in the state and the King is also subject to Law to realize the goal of Dharma.
The Indian legal system is a complex framework of laws, regulations, and institutions that govern the country. Here are the basics of the Indian legal System:
It is important to note that this is a brief overview of the Indian legal system, and there are many more intricates and details within each aspect.
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