by Hermann Oldenberg | 1886 | 14,135 words

Summary: The Khadira-Grihya has evidently been composed with the intention of abridging Gobhila’s very detailed and somewhat lengthy treatise on the domestic rites

The Grihya-sutra ascribed to Khadiracarya belongs to the Drahyayana school of the Sama-veda, which prevails in the south of the Indian peninsula, and it is based on the Gobhiliya-sutra.

Alternative titles: Khādira-gṛhya-sūtra (खादिर-गृह्य-सूत्र), Grhya, Khādiragṛhyasūtra (खादिरगृह्यसूत्र), Khadiragrihyasutra, Khadiragrhyasutra.


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