by Georg Bühler | 1882 | 44,713 words
The Dharmasutra of Vasistha forms an independent treatise and has no relationship with the Kalpasutra. The chapters of this text are divided in a way that resemble the practice of later Smritis. This Dharmasutra has a unique characteristic, it cites the opinions of Manu at many places. This led scholars like Bühler among others to form a hypothesis...
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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