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Instruction of pupil by, p. 21, s. 69.

-See Law.

The staff of a merchant, p. 19, s. 45

Of students, p. 18, s. 41

Priest's staff made of, p. 19, s. 45
VIOLENCE, p. 186, s. 345–

Self-defence, p. 186, s. 349
VIRAJ (Power) —

How created, p. 5, s. 32
Vrisha, or A BULL-
The divine form of justice.-See

JUDICATURE, p. 152, s. 16


The law for non-payment of, p. 173,

S. 216, et seq.
Where servant, from indolence, fails

to perform his work, p. 173,

s. 215
Where he fails from illness, p. 173,

s. 216
Whether sick or well, if the work

be not performed by himself or
another, his wages are forfeited,
even though it want but little to

complete it, p. 173, s. 217

Duties of, p. 191, s. 396

With a thought he created, p. 2, s. 8
Called Nara because production of

Nara, or spirit of God, and since
they were his first ayana, or place
of motion, he is named Narayana,

or moving on the waters, p. 2, s. 10
Where permanent receptacle of,

placed, p. 2, s. 13
Production of, p. 9, s. 78
Quality of taste, p. 9, s. 78

From, is deposited earth, p. 9, s. 78
Means of acquisition.-See Econo-

MICKS, p. 70, et seq., PROPERTY.
Three persons, a wife, a son, and a

slave, are declared by law to have
no, exclusively their own : what
they earn is regularly acquired for
the man to whom they belong,
p. 193, s. 416

I WEAVER, p. 191, s. 397
The names of copper, silver, and

gold, used among men for the
purposes of business, explained,

p. 164, s. 131, et seq.
250 panas are declared to be the

first or lowest amercement, 500 of
them are considered as the mean,
and 1,000 as the highest, p. 164,

8. 138
Must be well ascertained and

examined every six months,

p. 192, s. 403
The duty of a widow (See WIFE),

p. 114, ss. 157, 158.
Re-marriage of, p. 114, s. 161
Children begotten on a woman by

any other man than her husband
are no progeny of hers, p. 114,

s. 162
A second husband is not allowed in

any part of the code to a virtuous

woman, p. 114, s. 162
She who neglects her former lord,

and takes another of a higher
class, becomes despicable in this
world, and is called Parapurva, or
one who had a different husband

before, p. 114, s. 163
Consequences of re-marriage, p. 114,

s. 164
Who is true to her lord must be

protected by the king, p. 153, s.

The marriage of, is not even named

in the laws concerning marriage,

p. 200, s. 65
Since the time of Véna the practice

of a, receiving the caresses of
another man for the sake of
progeny is disapproved, p. 200,

8. 68
A damsel, indeed, whose husband

shall die after troth plighted, but
before consummation, his brother
shall take in marriage, p. 200,
ss. 69, 70
If, on her second marriage, she he still

a virgin, she must again perform
the nuptial ceremony with her

second husband, p. 211, s. 176
Who is a son self-given, p. 211,

s. 177
If a widow of a man who died with-

out a son raise up a son to him by
one of his kinsmen, she must de-
liver to the son, at his full age, the


estate of the deceased, p. 213,

s. 190
If a, whose husband had other

wives of different classes, received
wealth at any time from her
father, and die without issue, it
shall go to the daughter of the
Brahmani-wife, or to the issue of

Woman's PROPERTY—continued.

other wives of different classes,
received wealth at any time as a
gift from her father, and shall
die without issue, it shall go to


When not to be approached, p. 74,

S. 40
Must not eat with her, nor look on

her eating, p. 74, s. 43
Nor when setting off her brows with

black powder, &c., p. 74, s. 44
Let a Brahmen show no particular

attention to the, of another man,

p. 83, s. 133
A husband must be revered as a god

by a virtuous, p. 113, s. 154
When husband dead, must not pro-

nounce name of another man,

p. 114, s. 157
Her duty as widow, p. 114, s. 158
Ascends to heaven, although she has

no child, p. 114, s. 160
Correction of.-See ASSAULT.
Examination of, as to boundaries.-


p. 156, s. 61, et seq.
False evidence by, p. 161, ss. 103,


What is the six-fold separate pro-

perty of a married woman, p. 213,

8. 194
What she received after marriage

from her husband's family, and
what her lord may have given her,
shall be inherited by her children,
even if she die in his life-time,

p. 213, s. 195
The property of a woman married by

the ceremonies called Brahma,
Daiva, Aʼrsha, Gándharva, or
Prájápatya, shall go to her hus-
band, if she die without issue,

p. 213, s. 196
But her wealth given her on the
marriage called Assura, or on
either of the other two, on her
death without issue, becomes the
property of her father and mother,

p. 214, s. 197
If a widow, whose husband had

wife, or to the issue of that

daughter, p. 214, s. 198
A woman should never make a

hoard from the goods of her kin-
dred, which are common to her
and many ; or even from the pro-
perty of her lord, without his con-

sent, p. 214, s. 199

Names of, how selected, p. 17, s. 33
The same ceremonies, except that of

the sacrificial thread, must be
performed at the same age, and
in the same order, but without
any text from the Véda, p. 21,

8. 66
The nuptial ceremony is considered

as the complete institution of,

p. 21, s. 67
Reverence to their husbands, p. 21,

s. 67
Mode of accosting, p. 28, s. 129
It is the nature of, to cause the

seduction of men, p. 36, s. 213,

et seq.
From every quarter may be selected,

bright as gems, knowledge, virtue,
purity, gentle speech, and liberal

acts, p. 39, s. 40
The natural season of, p. 45, s. 46
No male relation shall take the pro-

perty of, p. 45, s. 52
Married, must be honoured, p. 46,

8. 55
Purification of, p. 111, s. 46, et seq.
In childhood, must a female be

dependent on her father; in
youth, on her husband ; her lord
being dead, on her sons. If she
have no sons, on the near kins-
men of her husband ; if he left
no kinsmen, on those of her
father ; if she have paternal kins-
men, on the sovereign : a woman
must never seek independence,

p. 113, s. 148 ; p. 194, ss. 2, 3
The recitation of holy texts and

sacrifices are used in marriages
for the sake of procuring good

fortune to bribes, p. 113, s. 152
But the first gift, or troth plighted,

by the husband, is the primary
cause and origin of marital do-
minion, p, 113, s. 152

Yet he should be diligent in guard-

ing them, p. 195, s. 16
Have no business with the texts of

the Véda, p. 195, s. 18
Expiation of, p. 195, s. 19
Whatever be the qualities of the

husband, the wife, even of the
lowest birth, assumes, p. 196,

SS. 22–24
Reward of good, p. 196, ss. 26-29
Punishment of bad, p. 196, s. 30
The law concerning, who have no

issue by their husbands, p. 199,

s. 56

How composed in fit order, p. 4,

s. 27

God gave being to, p. 4, s. 25
God distinguished between, and

right, p. 4, s. 26


One of the three primordial Védas

for performance of sacrifices, p. 4,

8. 23

A, of mortals is a day and night of

the gods, p. 8, s. 67


Not to speak to, when in her courses,

p. 75, s. 57
No sacrament is allowed to, apart

from their husbands, p. 113, s.

Must be removed at the time of

consultation of a king, p. 142,

s. 149
Care must be taken of barren, of,

without sons, whose husbands have
married other wives, of, without
kindred, or whose husbands are
in distant places, of widows true
to their lords, and of, afflicted

with illness, p. 153, s. 28
Such kinsmen as appropriate the

fortunes of, the king must punish

as thieves, p. 153, s. 29
Testimony of, p. 158, s. 79
Must be held in a state of depen-

dence, p. 194, ss. 2, 3
Father must give his daughter in

marriage at the proper time,

p. 194, s. 4
Duties of husband to wife, p. 194,

S. 4
Of son to his widowed mother,

p. 194, s. 4
Must be restrained from smallest

illicit gratification, p. 194, s. 5
Cannot be wholly restrained by

violent measures, p. 195, ss. 10-

Those are wholly secure who are

guarded by their own good inclina-

tions, p. 195, s. 12
Six faults which bring infamy on

married, p. 195, s. 13
Such, examine not beauty, nor pay

attention to age, p. 195, s. 14
Soon become alienated from their

husbands, p. 195, s. 15


Of the three classes, p. 19, s. 44
When worn out, p. 21, s. 64
Must be used in religious acts, p. 32,

8. 174


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