CBI and Policing in India
From Vedic Period to Modern Times

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Protection of life and property of the people from foreign aggressors and internal criminals has been the cardinal duty (Rajdharma) of the rajas according to Manu Samriti. For this purpose, the rajas have been putting spies in their kingdoms for the detection of criminals and getting them punished as also in foreign countries to apprise their masters about what has been happening there, particularly in relation to their countries. In other words intelligence and law enforcement has been there right from the vedic period to modern time. In this book writer has tried to find out the machinery existing in ancient period as revealed in Vedas, Samritis, Arthshastra and subsequent historical works with a view to dismantle the British belief that they had given the concept of CBI and Policing to India, whereas it was very much in vogue and practice in India even before the advent of British and infact from the start of mankind. It is also found that the political administration has been successful and the people have been happy as and when the kings have taken interest in the development of spying and policing and there has been anarchy, whenever these aspects have not been taken care of. This book is a compilation of existence of intelligence and law enforcement machinery in India in Vedas, Samritis and other shastras, particularly Arthshastra, and other historical works and shall be of interest to all, particularly those in intelligence and law enforcement jobs. Contents Chapter 1: Rajdharma (Duties of a raja); Chapter 2: Vedic Period; Chapter 3: Ramayana Period; Chapter 4: Krishna Period; Chapter 5: Maurya Period to Rajput Period; Chapter 6: Mohammedan Period; Chapter 7: British Period and Thereafter; Chapter 8: Conclusion.

AuthorDevi Dayal Aggarwal
Height906 mm
Weight110 g
Language TypePublished
Number Of Pages150
Product GroupBook
Publication Date2000-01-31
PublisherKaveri Books
StudioKaveri Books
Sales Rank545327

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