Apastamba Dharma-sutra

by Āpastamba | 1879 | 60,011 words

Summary: The Dharmasutra of Āpastamba forms a part of the larger Kalpasūtra of Āpastamba. It contains thirty praśnas, which literally means ‘questions’ or books. The subjects of this Dharmasūtra are well organized and preserved in good condition. These praśanas consist of the Śrautasūtra followed by Mantrapāṭha which is used in domestic rites and is a collection of ritual formulas, the Gṛhyasūtra which deals with domestic rituals and lastly the Śulvasūtra which are principles of geometry needed for vedic rituals.

Alternative titles include:
Āpastaṃba Dharmasūtra
आपस्तम्ब धर्मसूत्र

source: sacred-texts.com

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