Arms as used by the Privy Council Office (United Kingdom)
Massive celebration of Durga Puja in India
Court 3 in Middlesex Guildhall, the normal location for Privy Council hearings.

In particular, the Appeals Committee had to hear cases arising from a variety of different legal systems in the colonies, such as Hindu law, with which its members were unfamiliar.

- Judicial Committee of the Privy Council

In the Collector of Madhura Vs Mottoo Ramalinga Sathupathy case (1869), the Privy Council observed that there was no uniformity in the observance of Hindu law (as described in the dharmashastras, commentaries & digests composed by various Hindu scholars) by Hindus throughout the realm.

- Hindu law
Arms as used by the Privy Council Office (United Kingdom)

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