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History and calligraphy of The Law of Manu

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The Law of Manu : History

The Manavadharmashastra or Manusmriti, known in the West as The Laws of Manu is the most important work regarding dharma, i.e., the principles, laws, and rules governing both the cosmos and human society. The dates assigned by scholars for the composition of the text vary from the second century B.C. to the second century A.D.



Source : S. Abhayananda, History of Mysticism

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