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United Nations and Indian Mysticism: Parallels on Human Rights and Police

 
James Vadackumchery (Author)
Synopsis The U.N. declarations and conventions on human rights are rooted in Indian mysticism. Indian mystical revelations and U.N. declarations separated by thousands of years are one and the same. What sort of relationship can be there between Indian mysticism and United Nations declarations and conventions on the human rights? This book is all about them. It brings out the parallels on human rights and police as they are seen in Indian mysticism and U.N. declarations. The innerself is called Atman which is Brahman immanent in man. This is in essence the basis of human rights everywhere. Dharma in Indian mysticism signifies man’s obligation which includes respect for human rights and the dignity of man. The United Nations repeatedly voices against adharma which is nothing but violation of human rights. This is what is seen in Indian mysticism and in U.N. declarations, conventions and proclamations which are intended to lead people to reality, light and immorality. The book concludes by observing a hitherto unresearched truth that the modern human rights concept is merely an offshoot, though a flourishing one, of the Indian mystical parent tree. The book will certainly interest the police, criminologists, human rights activists, victimologists, women and students of Indian and western philosophy.
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About the author

James Vadackumchery

Dr. James Vadackumchery is a noted criminologist and an authentic author of 50 authoritative and research books in the special fields of crime, police and justice. He has published several hundreds of articles, both research and popular, exposing more than 600 areas in justice administration. He is on the Faculty of the State Police Training College, Thiruvananthapuram. Dr. Vadackumchery, his wife, Mary and their daughter Neethie live at Mannammoola Thiruvanathapuram. Their daughter, Neethu and her husband. Abhilash stay in Singapore.

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Bibliographic information

Title United Nations and Indian Mysticism: Parallels on Human Rights and Police
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170226642
length 181p.