Manu Smriti

Manu-smriti, (Sanskrit: “Laws of Manu” or “The Remembered Tradition of Manu”)also called Manava-dharma-shastra (“The Dharma Text of Manu”), traditionally the most authoritative of the books of the Hindu code (Dharma-shastras) in India.The text can be broadly divided into four, each of different length. and each further divided into subsections: – 

1.Creation of the world 

2.Source of dharma 

3.The dharma of the four social class. 

4.Law of karma, rebirth and final liberation. 

The text is composed in metric Shlokas (verses), in the form of a dialogue between an exalted teacher and disciples who are eager to learn about the various aspects of Dharma. The first 58 verses are attributed by the text to Manu, while the remaining more than two thousand verses are attributed to his student Bhrigu.

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