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conversion to Islam is widely misunderstood and misinterpreted. The book
analyses the concept of conversion under Islam in the light of Quranic Provisions and examines the different problems
generated by such conversions in India. On account of the existence of various personal
laws in Indian Legal System, the Conversion to. Islam gives birth to manifold problems and the badly affected area is marriage. The book analyses the
various rules governing conversion to. Islam and their relationship with
Hindu, Christian, Parsi and Jewish personal laws. To achieve a complete harmony between conflicting matrimonial laws, some measures have been
suggested which may prove useful in resolving these controversies. The book
will be of immense value net only to the students of law but to the lawyers and researchers alike.
Born in Srinagar in 1968. The author had her
graduation in Law from the University of Kashmir, She has been the recipient of
geld medal her standing first in the LL.B examination. The author has completed her Master degree in
Family Laws from the University of Kashmir and has been associated as Teaching
Assistant in the Faculty of Law, Kashmir University.
Presently the author is pursuing
research her Ph. D in Law.
fundamental object common to all religions is to lavish upon the mankind the
bounteous benedictions which is executed by fastening a spiritual pact betwee
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Book Description Kitab Bhavan. Condition: New. pp. xix + 212. Seller Inventory # 7701584