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" ... whereas among other nations it is usual, in the contests of war, to ravage the soil, and thus to reduce it to an uncultivated waste, among the Indians, on the contrary, by whom husbandmen are regarded as a class that is sacred and inviolable, the... "
Ancient India, 2000 B. C.-800 A. D. - Pāgina 114
per Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1893 - 196 pāgines
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Ancient India as Described by Megasthenęs and Arrian

Megasthenes, John Watson McCrindle - 1877 - 223 pāgines
...husbandmen are regarded as a class that is sacred and inviolable, the tillers of the soil, even when battle is raging in their neighbourhood, are undisturbed...an enemy's land with fire, nor cut down its trees. (37.) 15 India, again, possesses many rivers both large and navigable, which, having their sources...
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Ancient India as described by Megasthenes and Arrian, a tr. of the fragments ...

Megasthenes - 1877
...regarded as a class that is sacred and inviolable, the tillers of the soil, even when battle is raging iu their neighbourhood, are undisturbed by any sense...an enemy's land with fire, nor cut down its trees. (37.) li India, again, possesses many rivers both lai'ge and navigable, which, having their sources...
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A History of Civilization in Ancient India: Based on Sanscrit ..., Volum 2

Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1889
...husbandmen are regarded as a class that is sacred and inviolable, the tillers of the soil, even when battle is raging in their neighbourhood, are undisturbed...an enemy's land with fire, nor cut down its trees." Megasthenes tells us that the Indian tribes numbered 118 in all. On the north of India, and beyond...
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Famines and Land Assessments in India

Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1900 - 323 pāgines
...husbandmen are regarded as a class that is sacred and inviolable, the tillers of the soil, even when battle is raging in their neighbourhood, are undisturbed...carnage of each other, but allow those engaged in busbandry to remain quite unmolested. Besides, they neither ravage an enemy's land with fire, nor cut...
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Indian Famines: Their Causes and Remedies

Prithwis Chandra Ray - 1901 - 84 pāgines
...husbandmen are regarded as a class that is sacred and inviolable, the tillers of the soil, even when battle is raging in their neighbourhood, are undisturbed...an enemy's land with fire nor cut down its trees."! Again : "nor would an enemy coming upon a husbandman at work on his land do him any harm, for men of...
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The Enchanted Past: True Stories of the Lands where Civilization Began

Jeannette Rector Hodgdon - 1922 - 230 pāgines
...soldiers shall be provided for." Even when a battle was raging in their neighborhood, the Hindus were undisturbed by any sense of danger, "for the combatants...carnage of each other, but allow those engaged in agriculture to remain quite unmolested. Besides, they neither ravage an enemy's land with fire, nor...
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Religion and International Law

Mark W. Janis, Carolyn Maree Evans - 1999 - 513 pāgines
...combatants and non-combatants was customary for the protection of the latter. According to Megasthenes: in husbandry to remain quite unmolested. Besides they...ravage an enemy's land with fire nor cut down its trees.65 Similarly, Manusmriti declares that non-combatants under certain conditions are exempt from...
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The Pictorial Lucknow

P. C. Mukherji - 2003 - 250 pāgines
...husbandmen are regarded as a class that is sacred and inviolable, the tillers of the soil, even when battle is raging in their neighbourhood, are undisturbed...carnage of each other, but allow those engaged in hasbandry to remain unmolested. Besides they neither ravage an enemy's land with fire, nor cut down...
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Ethics and Weapons of Mass Destruction: Religious and Secular Perspectives

Sohail H. Hashmi, Steven P. Lee - 2004 - 533 pāgines
...husbandmen are regarded as a class that is sacred and inviolable, the tillers of the soil, even when battle is raging in their neighbourhood, are undisturbed...an enemy's land with fire, nor cut down its trees. Nor would an enemy coming upon a husbandman at work on land do him harm, for men of this class, being...
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Estudes Et Essais

...husbandmen are regarded as a class that is sacred and inviolable, the tillers of the soil, even when battle is raging in their neighbourhood, are undisturbed...an enemy's land with fire, nor cut down its trees." " 9 Manusmrti, VII, 196. 10 KV Rangaswami Aivangar. Aspects of the Social and Public Systems of Manusmrti,...
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