This unique and celebrated work, considered an authority onthe subject, provides a detailed commentary on the law governing the Hindu religious institutions like Temples, Maths, Trusts, Religious and Charitable Endowments, Archakas etc. The present edition has been thoroughly updated with the addition of a Supplement, and recent Supreme Court and High Courts decisions have been added. The original author has meticulously and perspicuously undertaken the stupendous task of carefully analyzing the law on the subject and has brought out the principles with clarity and lucidity. The topics for discussion and consideration have been carefully chosen. The arrangement is systematic and methodical, enabling quick and easy access to the principles and the supporting case-law on the point. The revising author R. Prakash, a member of the Bar, practicing in the Supreme Court as well as in the Madras High Court has taken meticulous care to advert to the case law whenever necessary on the subject and has contributed his mite to make this edition useful and fit to adorn the shelves of the members of the bar, the law enforcing authorities and the Hon’ble Judges. State enactments and the Central Acts on endowments have been updated, and given in the appendix. This is a legal classic of the highest standard and a must for every library
Kerala Law Times:
The commentary is critical and analytical. Clarity and lucidity are its keynotes. This is must for every law library
Gujarat Law Reporter:
The treatment and commentary is lucid and excellent. The concerned persons, institutions and legal practitioners will find advantageous of having all the enactments under one cover for ready reference and comparative study. The book should prove useful to all concerned.