Dharmastras: The Law Codes of Ancient India

(annotated translation of the Dharmastras of pastamba, Gautama, Baudhyana, and Vasiha).

 Oxford World's Classics. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 480 pages.

 
 

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61   / 11-12 Feeding-one-another is the name of almsfood given to ghouls.   It is the almsfood of ghouls called "feeding-one-another"
       
287 / 21-24   If someone eats garlic, onions, mushrooms, Gjana onions, lemntaka fruits, tree resins, or red juices flowing from incisions on tree barks (G 17.33 n.), he should perform the very arduous penance (B 2.2.40).     If someone eats garlic, onions, mushrooms, Gjana onions,, lemntaka fruits, tree resins, red juices flowing from incisions on tree barks (G 17.33 n.), anything licked by a dog or a crow, or the leftovers of a dra, he should perform the very arduous penance (B 2.2.40).
       
335 / 18 uddhavat. The three verses RV 8.84.7-9.   uddhavat. The three verses RV 8.95.7-9.
       
401 / 44-45 hermitage Va 9.7; treatise on B 2: 14; B 3: 3.16-18   hermitage Va 9.7; treatise on B 2: 11.14; B 3: 3.16-18