|Mandagadde Rama Jois|
|Former Chief Justice of the Punjab and Haryana High Court|
|Former Governor of Jharkhand and Bihar|
|Present member of Rajya Sabha|
27 July 1932|
Araga, Shivamogga, Kingdom of Mysore, British India
|Political party||Bharatiya Janata Party|
Government Law College, Bengaluru|
University of Mysore
Justice Mandagadde Rama Jois (born 27 July 1932) is a current member of Rajya Sabha, a former governor of Jharkhand and Bihar states, and a former Chief Justice of the Punjab and Haryana High Court. He is also a senior advocate in the Supreme Court of India.
Early life and education
Rama Jois was born to Narasimha Jois and Lakshmidevamma on 27 July 1931 at Araga village, Shivamogga, Karnataka, India. He studied in Shivamogga and Bengaluru and acquired B.A., B.L.degrees and Kuvempu University has conferred him with Doctor of Laws honorary degree.
He is a noted writer and historian having written several books on Service Law, Habeas Corpus Law, Constitutional Law, etc. His most known two-volume book "Legal and Constitutional History of India", considered as a previous volume, is a textbook for Law Degree course. His another well known book is "Seeds of Modem Public Law in Ancient Indian Jurisprudence". His other works include "Historic Legal Battle", " Dharma- The Global Ethic" etc. His views on Dharma and Manu Smriti are of immense value, as they have been simplified for the understanding of the common man.
Other Books published
- Services under the State (1974)
- Legal and Constitutional History of India (1982)
- Historical Battle (1977)
- Dharma : The Global Ethic (English, Hindi and Kannada) (1996)
- Ancient Indian Law : Eternal values in Manu Smrithi (English, Kannada, Hindi)(2003)
- Trivarga Siddantha (English and Kannada) (2005)
- The Bharathiya way to lead Purposeful life (English and Kannada) 2007
- National Reconciliation for Harmonious Living (2008)
- Code of Conduct for Rulers (English and Kannada) 2007
- Raja Dharma with lessons on Raja neethi
- Need for Amending the Constitution
- Governor of Jharkhand State
- Governor of Bihar State
- Rajya Sabha Member in Karnataka
- Chief Justice, Punjab and Haryana High Court
During The Emergency (India) 1975-77, imposed by Indira Gandhi, he was imprisoned and lodged in the Bengaluru Central Jail. He was lodged along with A B Vajapayee, L K Advani, Madhu Dandavate etc. in Bengaluru prison. He is recognised with Bharatiya Janata Party in Karnataka.
He relinquished the post of Judge of the Karnataka High Court, protesting injustice, as he was overlooked to be posted as a Supreme Court Judge.
He is married to Smt.Vimala, has two children and three grandchildren. He resides in Bengaluru, India. His son M.R. Shailendra and daughter M.R. Tara are both popular advocates in the city of Bengaluru, India.
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