fication: Sanskrit Essays ds: Apastamba- Grihya-Sutra ds: Sastri, va. THE SRAUTASUTRA OF APASTAMBA. by NARASIMHACHARI. Publication date Collection universallibrary. Contributor SVCLRC. Language Sanskrit. Of these sutra-s, it is Apastamba’s sutra-s which are most widely in practice Apastamba Shrauta Sutra with Four Commentries in Sanskrit (Set of Five Volumes).

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Vrajabihari Chaube Hardcover Edition: A friendship lasting for ten years with fellow citizens [is a reason for giving a salutation, and so is] a friendship, contracted at school, which has lasted for five years.

One should not go to fetch firewood after sunset. I, 2, 3, ; I, 2, 3, 38; II, 21 3, apastaamba Very speed and fine.

Then [after having risen] he shall assist his teacher daily by acts tending to the acquisition of spiritual merit and of wealth. Khanda 3 mahjistham rdjanyasya 1 1 7 1 1 1. Or he may descend sutrra ascend [to the place where such a person stands] and salute him. Because the term ‘heated by fire’ is used, there is no objection to water heated by the rays of the sun.

Introduction to the Apastamba Sutras

Oh how I wished that other businesses in India would learn to do the same! This formal salutation is to be performed only when the occasion requires it. The Srauta-ritual requires establishment of three sacred fires on the paart of the performer who must be a married man and already performing the Grhya domestic ritual.


He shall not sit on a seat higher [than that of his teacher]. I am grateful to be your customer. And having paid [the fee], one shall sutrra boast of having apastajba so. Loving him like a son and totally devoted to him, the teacher should impart knowledge to him, without holding anything back, with respect to any of the Laws.

Apastamba Dharmasutra

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Apastamba-Srauta-Sutra: Sanskrit Text with English Translation and Notes (Two Volumes)

The cause of these discrepancies remains doubtful for the present 2. But, before [adding the fuel, one is free to use the broom] at apastamva pleasure. It is, states Patrick Olivelle, possible that the Apastamba Dharmasutra is ascribed to Apastamba, but actually composed by others in his school. Acamanam — sipping of water for purification. For he says, p.

It is further alleged ver. They form indeed the last branch of Vaidik literature; and it will perhaps be possible to fix some of these works chronologically, as they are contemporary with the first spreading of Buddhism in India.

These considerations will show that it is necessary to allow for Apastamba a much higher antiquity than the first century B. I, 1, 14, 8, Manu dutra 40; Asv. But this second passage, he contends, appealing to the opinion of the Mimamsakas, is, like many similar ones, merely a statement of a fact which has not the authority of an injunction. Babylonian mathematics Chinese mathematics Greek mathematics Islamic mathematics European mathematics.


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If one or two [of the phenomena apastwmba in Sutra 27 appear, the recitation shall be interrupted] from that hour until the same hour next day. And I will also let everyone that I know, at every opportunity, how great your business and service has been for me. Share our website with your friends.

And whatever else, besides the Veda, [a student] eutra obeys the rules learns from his teacher, that brings the same reward as the Veda. If [some of his] fellow- students are on a journey, he shall not study during that day, [the passage] which they learn paastamba.

Nor pungent condiments, salt, honey or meat. This Sutra is a jnapaka or ‘such a one which indicates the existence of a rule not expressly mentioned. As no other author of a Dharma-sutra but Baudhayana is known to have quoted it, the conclusion is that Apastamba’s remarks are directed against him.