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Marriage: Aims of Marriage, Hindu Marriage Aims Can be Summarised as Follows, Traditional Forms of Hindu Marriage

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Marriage

Aims of Marriage

Aims of Marriage

  • The Institution of marriage occupies a prominent place in the social institutions of the civilized world. Hindu marriage can be defined as the spiritual sacrament in which a man and a woman are bound in everlasting relationship for physical, social and spiritual purpose of Dharma, procreation and sexual pleasure.
  • Hindu marriage is not only a social contract but a spiritual sacrament.
  • It results in more or less perma…

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Economy: Economic Institutions, Forms of Economy, Economic System

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Economy

Economic Institutions
  • The economy may be delighted as a system or a sub system. It is mostly a sub system in a wider social system. It is likely to view economy as the parent system and examine its element divisions of activities, production, investment, innovation.
  • Therefore, within economy, we could take a more real structure, such as a bank or a business and consider it in terms of the basic useful requirements of social system.

Economic Institutions

  • Kingsley Davis: Economic institutions are those basic ideas, norms, and statutes, which govern the allocation of scarce goods in any soc…

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