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Adoption: With a Major Concern on Women Rights under Hindu Law

Priyam Kumar Sinha
Christ (Deemed to be University), Bengaluru
Karnataka, India

Volume II – Issue IV, 2019

“Adoption is not about finding children for families rather it’s about finding families for children”

– Joyce Maguire Pavao

Adoption as a development of a family has drawn overall research for three decades. India as one of the antiquated nations in the Asian mainland has experienced real changes in the field of adoption. From a casually embracing male child for performing last customs after the demise of the received guardians, India has demonstrated dynamic changes. Amid the social change in the 1950s, India is centered around discovering home for relinquished, dejected, ill-conceived and surrendered children. These children were regulated and in the long run, set for residential and between nation adoption. The residential adoption in India picked up its energy just in the late 1980s. From that point forward, vital changes have occurred in the field of adoption. In this phenomenological approach, there are utilized meetings in conjunction with an audit of writing what’s more, books on adoption. After a short authentic viewpoint from the Indian and Western parts, it’s more concentrated on three territories in this field. Firstly the advancement of arrangements and lawful rules in India what’s more, its effect on adoption as a composed division, Current difficulties and future patterns of household adoption.

KEYWORDS: Child welfare, domestic adoption, intercountry adoption, Indian adoption policy.

 

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