by Georg Bühler | 1882 | 56,962 words
The prashnas of the Dharmasutra of Baudhayana consist of the Srautasutra and other ritual treatises, the Sulvasutra which deals with vedic geometry, and the Grihyasutra which deals with domestic rituals. The Dharmasutra of Baudhayana like that of Apastamba also forms a part of the larger Kalpasutra. Likewise, it is composed of prashnas which liter...
The Sacred Laws of the Āryas
AS TAUGHT IN THE SCHOOLS OF
ĀPASTAMBA, GUATAMA, VĀSIṢṬHA, AND BAUDHĀYANA
Translated by Georg Bühler
VĀSIṢṬHA AND BAUDHĀYANA
Sacred Books of the East, Vol. 2
Oxford: The Clarendon Press
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