Associate Professor at Department of Law and Governance, Central University of South Bihar, Bihar
Assistant Professor & Research Scholar at Department of Law and Governance, Central University Of South Bihar, Bihar, India
Culture and tradition is the bedrock of a country. A country is known by her tradition and rich culture only. India is no exception to it. India is having very rich tradition and culture from time immemorial. These traditional and cultural ethos are reflected in almost all spheres including human rights and trade & business. The concept of human rights is not new in our country. We the people of India learn to respect each and every human being from our childhood. We have learned various lessons from the lives of Gautam Buddha, Guru Nanak, Mahavir Jain, Lord Krishna, Mahtama Gandhi etc. Protection of human rights is not only important for the development of the society but also for the development of trade and business as well. A businessmen or industrialist cannot be apathetic in protecting human rights of its workmen and employees. Each and every business house should equally be interested to protect the human rights of the society. Failure to discharge this responsibility will not only destroy the business but also the society as well. It is on this socio-legal perspective, we have ventured to write this article of immense significance, “Indian Tradition and Culture, Protection of Human Rights and Business in India: A Review from Historical Perspective.”
International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 36 - 42DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLSI.111495
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