The Sacred Laws of the Âryas: As Taught in the Schools of Âpastamba, Gautama, Vâsishtha, and Baudhâyana

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Georg Bühler
Christian Literature Company, 1898

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الصفحة 31 - Their fathers protect them in childhood ; their husbands protect them in youth ; their sons protect them in age : a woman is never fit for independence.
الصفحة 83 - Naked and shorn, tormented with hunger and thirst, and deprived of sight, shall the man who gives false evidence, go with a potsherd to beg food at the door of his enemy.
الصفحة 237 - Cultivators, traders, herdsmen, money-lenders, and artisans (have authority to lay down rules) for their respective classes. 22. Having learned the (state of) affairs from those who (in each class) have authority (to speak he shall give) the legal decision.
الصفحة liv - Now the customs peculiar to the north are, to deal in wool, to drink rum, to sell animals that have teeth in the upper and in the lower jaws, to follow the trade of arms, and to go to sea.^ " 5 He who follows these practices in any other country than where they prevail commits sin.
الصفحة 222 - Now they quote also (the following verse) : 'He who during a year associates with an outcast becomes (likewise) an outcast ; not by sacrificing for him, by teaching him or by (forming) a matrimonial (alliance with him), but by using the same carriage or seat.
الصفحة 116 - is polluted by a vile action, such as sacrificing for men unworthy to offer a sacrifice, eating forbidden food, speaking what ought not to be spoken, neglecting what is prescribed, practising what is forbidden. They (ie some Brahman authorities) are in doubt if he shall perform a penance for such a deed or if he shall not do it.
الصفحة lxii - Large 4to, pp. 582, cloth. £3, 13s. 6d. Vol. II. THE INSTITUTES OF GAUTAMA. Edited, with an Index of Words, by A. F. Stenzler, Ph.D., Prof, of Oriental Languages in the University of Breslau. 8vo, pp.
الصفحة 89 - He who has unjustly forsaken his wife shall put on an ass's skin, with the hair turned outside, and beg in seven houses, saying, 'Give alms to him who forsook his wife.
الصفحة 119 - Then he shall sacrifice, after having received permission. A Brahma«a declares that he commits a sin if he sacrifices without permission. 1 6. He who entertains guests for one night obtains earthly happiness, a second night gains the middle air, a third heavenly bliss, a fourth the world of unsurpassable bliss ; many nights procure endless worlds.
الصفحة 3 - B., and the explanation of the former, because it seems to me that the general sense which they give, is the correct one. I feel, however, not certain that the word pratilomakadharminim, ' of those countries where opposite laws prevail,' is more than a careless correction.

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