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Apastamba-Srauta-Sutra: Sanskrit Text with English Translation and Notes (Two Volumes)
Apastamba-Srauta-Sutra: Sanskrit Text with English Translation and Notes (Two Volumes)
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About the Book

Apastambasrautasutra is an important work belonging to the Kalpa category of the Vedanga texts. The Vedic ritual is mainly of two types: Srauta and Grhya. The Srautasutras and Gryasutras describe these types of the rituals respectively. There are numerous Srautasutras and they belong to a particular Veda. Thus the Apastambasrutasutra belongs to the Taittiriya-Branch of the Black Yajurveda. The Srauta-ritual requires establishment of three sacred fires on the paart of the performer who must be a married man and already performing the Grhya (domestic) ritual. The Srautasutras describe the rituals like Agnihotra, New and Full moon sacrifices, Nirudhapasubandha, Agnistoma, Vajapeya, Asvamedha and so on. Apastambasrauta-sutra describes these and many other numerous vedic sacrifices. It is a very systematic and disciplined work and deserves to be studied as a model of the Srautasutras. There was no English translation available of this text. In the present work an attempt is made to meet with this requirement.

About the Author

Prof. G.U. Thite retired as the Professor and Head of the Department of Sanskrit and Prakrit languages, University of Pune. Now he is working as the Curator, Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Pune. His publications: Sacrifice in the Brahmana-text, Pune, 1975; Yajna asaya ani aviskara (ed.) Pune, 1979, Medicine its magicoreligious aspects according to Vedic and later literature, Pune, 1981, Music in the Veda: its magicoreligious significances, Delhi, 1996, Yajna Kal, aj ani Udya, Pune, 2000. Several papers in English, Marathi, and Sanskrit published in Indian and Foreign Journals. Knowledge of German and French. He never followed the way of thinking of Indian Scholars. Some of his thought provoking theses are following: 1. Neither in ancient days nor in modern days Sanskrit Scholars (including Mimamsssakas) know about Veda in general and the Vedic ritual in particular. 2. Sanskrit was not and cannot be a popular language. Whatever is now attempted to popularize is "Ghost-Sanskrit". 3. Science and Technology were ascribed to Sudras by the Sanskrit Scholars and were neglected upto the first half of the 20th century. Brahmans studied Veda (by heart), Grammar and Philosophy. 4. There was no ecological awareness in Sanskrit literature. There is no word for "nature" in Sanskrit. 5. Sanskrit and Veda should be studied from the point of view of "history" and "philology" and not anachronistically from the point of view of "Relevance mania" and psuedo-science.

CONTENTS

Acknowledgementsv
Introductionvii
VOL.-1
Apastamba-Srauta-Sutra
I.11
I.23
I.35
I.47
I.510
1.612
1.714
1.817
1.919
I.1022
I.1125
I.1228
I.1331
I.1433
I.1537
I.1640
I.1742
I.1844
I.1946
I.2048
I.2151
I.2252
I.2354
I.2455
I.2557
II.160
II.262
II.364
II.467
II.569
II.671
II.773
II.875
II.977
II.1080
II.1181
II.1283
II.1386
II.1488
II.1590
II.1691
II.1793
II.1895
II.1997
II.2099
II.21100
III.1102
III.2104
III.3106
III.4108
III.5110
III.6112
III.7114
III.8117
III.9119
III.10121
III.11122
III.12123
III.13124
III.14125
Obligatory and Optional Rites connected with the New and Full-Moon Sacrifices
III.15127
III.16129
III.17132
The Brahman in the new and Full-Moon-Sacrifices
III.18134
III.19136
III.20138
The Duties of a Sacrificer
IV.1139
IV.2141
IV.3143
IV.4145
IV.5147
IV.6149
IV.7150
IV.8151
IV.9153
IV.10156
IV.11158
IV.12160
IV.13162
IV.14164
IV.15166
IV.16167
(Agnyadheya) Establishment of the Fires
V.1170
V.2172
V.3173
V.4176
V.5179
V.6181
V.7182
V.8185
V.9186
V.10188
V.11191
V.12193
V.13194
V.14196
V.15199
V.16201
V.17202
V.18204
V.19205
V.20206
V.21209
V.22211
V.23214
V.24215
V.25217
V.26219
V.27221
V.28223
V.29226
Agnihotra
VI.1228
VI.2230
VI.3232
VI.4235
VI.5237
VI.6238
VI.7240
VI.8242
VI.9244
VI.10245
VI.11247
VI.12249
VI.13250
VI.14253
VI.15255
VI.16258
VI.17260
VI.18262
VI.19263
VI.20265
VI.21266
VI.22-23267
VI.24268
VI.25269
VI.26271
VI.27273
VI.28274
VI.29277
VI.30280
VI.31284
Pasubandha (Animal-Sacrifice)
VII.1287
VII.2290
VII.3293
VII.4296
VII.5297
VII.6299
VII.7301
VII.8302
VII.9305
VII.10307
VII.11309
VII.12311
VII.13314
VII.14317
VII.15319
VII.16321
VII.17323
VII.18324
VII.19327
VII.20329
VII.21331
VII.22333
VII.23336
VII.24338
VII.25341
VII.26344
VII.27347
VII.28350
VIII.1352
VIII.2356
VIII.3359
VIII.4363
VIII.5365
VIII.6371
VIII.7377
VIII.8381
VIII.9385
VIII.10388
VIII.11391
VIII.12394
Pitryajna (Ancestral Ritual forming part of the Sakamedha)
VIII.13396
VIII.14400
VIII.15404
VIII.16409
VIII.17412
VIII.18414
VIII.19416
Sunasiriya-Parvan
VIII.20418
VIII.21420
VIII.22422
The Expiations
IX.1424
IX.2429
IX.3432
IX.4436
IX.5439
IX.6441
IX.7444
IX.8448
IX.9450
IX.10453
IX.11457
IX.12462
IX.13465
IX.14468
IX.15470
IX.16474
IX.17477
IX.18479
IX.19482
IX.20485
The Soma-Sacrifice : Agnistoma
X.1487
X.2490
X.3492
X.4494
X.5496
X.6499
X.7501
X.8503
X.9506
X.10510
X.11511
X.12513
X.13515
X.14517
X.15518
X.16521
X.17523
X.18525
X.19527
X.20529
X.21533
X.22536
X.23539
X.24541
X.25544
X.26546
X.27549
X.28551
X.29553
X.30555
X.31557
XI.1559
XI.2562
XI.3565
XI.4568
XI.5571
XI.6573
XI.7576
XI.8577
XI.9579
XI.10582
XI.11586
XI.12588
XI.13590
XI.14592
XI.15594
XI.16595
XI.17598
XI.18600
XI.19603
XI.20605
XI.21608
XII.1611
XII.2614
XII.3617
XII.4620
XII.5623
XII.6626
XII.7628
XII.8631
XII.9634
XII.10637
XII.11639
XII.12642
XII.13644
XII.14647
XII.15650
XII.16652
XII.17656
XII.18659
XII.19663
XII.20665
XII.21670
XII.22674
XII.23677
XII.24681
XII.25685
XII.26690
XII.27693
XII.28697
XII.29700
XIII.1703
XIII.2706
XIII.3708
XIII.4709
XIII.5712
XIII.6715
XIII.7718
XIII.8721
XIII.9724
XIII.10727
XIII.11730
XIII.12732
XIII.13734
XIII.14738
XIII.15741
XIII.16744
XIII.17746
XIII.18749
XIII.19751
XIII.20753
XIII.21756
XIII.22757
XIII.23758
XIII.24761
XIII.25764
VOL.-II
Further Types of Soma-Sacrifices
XIV.1767
XIV.2769
XIV.3771
XIV.4773
Pasvekadasini (Eleven-Animal-Sacrifice)
XIV.5776
XIV.6779
XIV.7782
The Brahman's Duties in a Soma-Sacrifice
XIV.8786
XIV.9788
XIV.10790
XIV.11792
XIV.12793
XIV.13795
XIV.14798
XIV.15800
XIV.16802
XIV.17803
XIV.18804
XIV.19806
XIV.20809
XIV.21811
XIV.22813
XIV.23815
XIV.24819
XIV.25822
XIV.26824
XIV.27826
XIV.28828
XIV.29830
XIV.30831
XIV.31833
XIV.32835
XIV.33836
XIV.34838
Pravargya
XV.1840
XV.2843
XV.3845
XV.4849
XV.5851
XV.6854
XV.7858
XV.8860
XV.9864
XV.10867
XV.11870
XV.12873
XV.13875
XV.14878
XV.15880
XV.16882
The Expiations in Connection with the Pravargya
XV.17884
XV.18887
XV.19889
The intermediary Consecration (Avantara-Diksa)
XV.20892
XV.21895
Agnicayana (Fire-Alata-Building)
XVI.1897
XVI.2899
XVI.3901
XVI.4905
XVI.5907
XVI.6910
XVI.7911
XVI.8914
XVI.9916
XVI.10919
XVI.11923
XVI.12925
XVI.13928
XVI.14931
XVI.15933
XVI.16936
XVI.17937
XVI.18940
XVI.19942
XVI.20944
XVI.21946
XVI.22949
XVI.23952
XVI.24954
XVI.25957
XVI.26957
XVI.27960
XVI.28964
XVI.29965
XVI.30-31966
XVI.32966
XVI.33968
XVI.34970
XVI.35971
XVII.1974
XVII.2977
XVII.3980
XVII.4982
XVII.5984
XVII.6987
XVII.7988
XVII.8990
XVII.9991
XVII.10993
XVII.11995
XVII.12997
XVII.131000
XVII.141001
XVII.151004
XVII.161006
XVII.171009
XVII.181012
XVII.191012
XVII.201015
XVII.211018
XVII.221019
XVII.231021
XVII.241023
XVII.251026
XVII.261028
Vajapeya
XVIII.11032
XVIII.21034
XVIII.31038
XVIII.41040
XVIII.51043
XVIII.61046
XVIII.71049
XVIII.81052
XVIII.91056
XVIII.101059
XVIII.111063
XVIII.121066
XVIII.131070
XVIII.141073
XVIII.151075
XVIII.161078
XVIII.171080
XVIII.181082
XVIII.191085
XVIII.201087
XVIII.211091
XVIII.221094
Sautramani : Caraka-Sautramani
XIX.11098
XIX.21101
XIX.31105
XIX.41107
XIX.51110
XIX.61112
XIX.71114
XIX.81116
XIX.91118
XIX.101121
Fire-Altar-Building-Ritual According to Katha-School Savitra-Fire-Altar-Building
XIX.111123
XIX.121126
XIX.131130
The Naciketa-Fire-Altar-Building
XIX.141134
XIX.151139
Optional Animal-Sacrifices
XIX.161143
XIX.171147
Oprional (Havis-Offerings)
XIX.181150
XIX.191153
XIX.201156
XIX.211159
XIX.221161
XIX.231164
XIX.241166
XIX.251168
XIX.261171
XIX.271173
Asvamedha (Horse-Sacrifice)
XX.11176
XX.21179
XX.31181
XX.41183
XX.51185
XX.61187
XX.71189
XX.81192
XX.91194
XX.101197
XX.111198
XX.121200
XX.131201
XX.141204
XX.151207
XX.161209
XX.171212
XX.181215
XX.191218
XX.201220
XX.211222
XX.221225
XX.231227
XX.241229
XX.251232
Dvadasaha (Twelve-Day-Sacrifice)
XXI.11235
XXI.21238
XXI.31241
XXI.41244
XXI.51246
XXI.61248
XXI.71251
XXI.81253
XXI.91253
XXI.101257
XXI.111259
XXI.121261
XXI.131263
XXI.141266
XXI.151269
XXI.161272
XXI.171274
XXI.181277
XXI.191279
XXI.201281
XXI.211283
XXI.221285
XXI.231288
XXI.241290
XXI.251292
One-Day-Soma-Sacrifices: Ekaha-S
XXII.11294
XXII.21297
XXII.31301
XXII.41303
XXII.51306
XXII.61308
XXII.71311
XXII.81315
XXII.91318
XXII.101321
XXII.111325
XXII.121328
XXII.131331
The Ahina-Sacrifices
XXII.141334
XXII.151338
XXII.161340
XXII.171342
XXII.181344
XXII.191347
XXII.201347
XXII.211350
XXII.221352
XXII.231355
XXII.241358
The Savayajnas
XXII.251360
XXII.261364
XXII.271367
XXII.281370
The Sattra (Sacrificial Session)
XXIII.11374
XXIII.21377
XXIII.31380
XXIII.41382
XXIII.51385
XXIII.61386
XXIII.71388
XXIII.81391
Variations of the Gavamayana(Sacrificial Session)
XXIII.91393
XXIII.101396
XXIII.111399
XXIII.121401
XXIII.131404
XXIII.141407
The Paribhasa-S or the General Rules
XXIV.11410
XXIV.21416
XXIV.31421
XXIV.41427
The Pravaras (Series of Ancestors)
XXIV.51431
XXIV.61433
XXIV.71435
XXIV.81437
XXIV.91440
XXIV.101442
The Activities of Hotrin an Isti (Offering)
XXIV.111444
XXIV.121448
XXIV.131450
XXIV.141453
Index1457

Apastamba-Srauta-Sutra: Sanskrit Text with English Translation and Notes (Two Volumes)

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Apastambasrautasutra is an important work belonging to the Kalpa category of the Vedanga texts. The Vedic ritual is mainly of two types: Srauta and Grhya. The Srautasutras and Gryasutras describe these types of the rituals respectively. There are numerous Srautasutras and they belong to a particular Veda. Thus the Apastambasrutasutra belongs to the Taittiriya-Branch of the Black Yajurveda. The Srauta-ritual requires establishment of three sacred fires on the paart of the performer who must be a married man and already performing the Grhya (domestic) ritual. The Srautasutras describe the rituals like Agnihotra, New and Full moon sacrifices, Nirudhapasubandha, Agnistoma, Vajapeya, Asvamedha and so on. Apastambasrauta-sutra describes these and many other numerous vedic sacrifices. It is a very systematic and disciplined work and deserves to be studied as a model of the Srautasutras. There was no English translation available of this text. In the present work an attempt is made to meet with this requirement.

About the Author

Prof. G.U. Thite retired as the Professor and Head of the Department of Sanskrit and Prakrit languages, University of Pune. Now he is working as the Curator, Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Pune. His publications: Sacrifice in the Brahmana-text, Pune, 1975; Yajna asaya ani aviskara (ed.) Pune, 1979, Medicine its magicoreligious aspects according to Vedic and later literature, Pune, 1981, Music in the Veda: its magicoreligious significances, Delhi, 1996, Yajna Kal, aj ani Udya, Pune, 2000. Several papers in English, Marathi, and Sanskrit published in Indian and Foreign Journals. Knowledge of German and French. He never followed the way of thinking of Indian Scholars. Some of his thought provoking theses are following: 1. Neither in ancient days nor in modern days Sanskrit Scholars (including Mimamsssakas) know about Veda in general and the Vedic ritual in particular. 2. Sanskrit was not and cannot be a popular language. Whatever is now attempted to popularize is "Ghost-Sanskrit". 3. Science and Technology were ascribed to Sudras by the Sanskrit Scholars and were neglected upto the first half of the 20th century. Brahmans studied Veda (by heart), Grammar and Philosophy. 4. There was no ecological awareness in Sanskrit literature. There is no word for "nature" in Sanskrit. 5. Sanskrit and Veda should be studied from the point of view of "history" and "philology" and not anachronistically from the point of view of "Relevance mania" and psuedo-science.

CONTENTS

Acknowledgementsv
Introductionvii
VOL.-1
Apastamba-Srauta-Sutra
I.11
I.23
I.35
I.47
I.510
1.612
1.714
1.817
1.919
I.1022
I.1125
I.1228
I.1331
I.1433
I.1537
I.1640
I.1742
I.1844
I.1946
I.2048
I.2151
I.2252
I.2354
I.2455
I.2557
II.160
II.262
II.364
II.467
II.569
II.671
II.773
II.875
II.977
II.1080
II.1181
II.1283
II.1386
II.1488
II.1590
II.1691
II.1793
II.1895
II.1997
II.2099
II.21100
III.1102
III.2104
III.3106
III.4108
III.5110
III.6112
III.7114
III.8117
III.9119
III.10121
III.11122
III.12123
III.13124
III.14125
Obligatory and Optional Rites connected with the New and Full-Moon Sacrifices
III.15127
III.16129
III.17132
The Brahman in the new and Full-Moon-Sacrifices
III.18134
III.19136
III.20138
The Duties of a Sacrificer
IV.1139
IV.2141
IV.3143
IV.4145
IV.5147
IV.6149
IV.7150
IV.8151
IV.9153
IV.10156
IV.11158
IV.12160
IV.13162
IV.14164
IV.15166
IV.16167
(Agnyadheya) Establishment of the Fires
V.1170
V.2172
V.3173
V.4176
V.5179
V.6181
V.7182
V.8185
V.9186
V.10188
V.11191
V.12193
V.13194
V.14196
V.15199
V.16201
V.17202
V.18204
V.19205
V.20206
V.21209
V.22211
V.23214
V.24215
V.25217
V.26219
V.27221
V.28223
V.29226
Agnihotra
VI.1228
VI.2230
VI.3232
VI.4235
VI.5237
VI.6238
VI.7240
VI.8242
VI.9244
VI.10245
VI.11247
VI.12249
VI.13250
VI.14253
VI.15255
VI.16258
VI.17260
VI.18262
VI.19263
VI.20265
VI.21266
VI.22-23267
VI.24268
VI.25269
VI.26271
VI.27273
VI.28274
VI.29277
VI.30280
VI.31284
Pasubandha (Animal-Sacrifice)
VII.1287
VII.2290
VII.3293
VII.4296
VII.5297
VII.6299
VII.7301
VII.8302
VII.9305
VII.10307
VII.11309
VII.12311
VII.13314
VII.14317
VII.15319
VII.16321
VII.17323
VII.18324
VII.19327
VII.20329
VII.21331
VII.22333
VII.23336
VII.24338
VII.25341
VII.26344
VII.27347
VII.28350
VIII.1352
VIII.2356
VIII.3359
VIII.4363
VIII.5365
VIII.6371
VIII.7377
VIII.8381
VIII.9385
VIII.10388
VIII.11391
VIII.12394
Pitryajna (Ancestral Ritual forming part of the Sakamedha)
VIII.13396
VIII.14400
VIII.15404
VIII.16409
VIII.17412
VIII.18414
VIII.19416
Sunasiriya-Parvan
VIII.20418
VIII.21420
VIII.22422
The Expiations
IX.1424
IX.2429
IX.3432
IX.4436
IX.5439
IX.6441
IX.7444
IX.8448
IX.9450
IX.10453
IX.11457
IX.12462
IX.13465
IX.14468
IX.15470
IX.16474
IX.17477
IX.18479
IX.19482
IX.20485
The Soma-Sacrifice : Agnistoma
X.1487
X.2490
X.3492
X.4494
X.5496
X.6499
X.7501
X.8503
X.9506
X.10510
X.11511
X.12513
X.13515
X.14517
X.15518
X.16521
X.17523
X.18525
X.19527
X.20529
X.21533
X.22536
X.23539
X.24541
X.25544
X.26546
X.27549
X.28551
X.29553
X.30555
X.31557
XI.1559
XI.2562
XI.3565
XI.4568
XI.5571
XI.6573
XI.7576
XI.8577
XI.9579
XI.10582
XI.11586
XI.12588
XI.13590
XI.14592
XI.15594
XI.16595
XI.17598
XI.18600
XI.19603
XI.20605
XI.21608
XII.1611
XII.2614
XII.3617
XII.4620
XII.5623
XII.6626
XII.7628
XII.8631
XII.9634
XII.10637
XII.11639
XII.12642
XII.13644
XII.14647
XII.15650
XII.16652
XII.17656
XII.18659
XII.19663
XII.20665
XII.21670
XII.22674
XII.23677
XII.24681
XII.25685
XII.26690
XII.27693
XII.28697
XII.29700
XIII.1703
XIII.2706
XIII.3708
XIII.4709
XIII.5712
XIII.6715
XIII.7718
XIII.8721
XIII.9724
XIII.10727
XIII.11730
XIII.12732
XIII.13734
XIII.14738
XIII.15741
XIII.16744
XIII.17746
XIII.18749
XIII.19751
XIII.20753
XIII.21756
XIII.22757
XIII.23758
XIII.24761
XIII.25764
VOL.-II
Further Types of Soma-Sacrifices
XIV.1767
XIV.2769
XIV.3771
XIV.4773
Pasvekadasini (Eleven-Animal-Sacrifice)
XIV.5776
XIV.6779
XIV.7782
The Brahman's Duties in a Soma-Sacrifice
XIV.8786
XIV.9788
XIV.10790
XIV.11792
XIV.12793
XIV.13795
XIV.14798
XIV.15800
XIV.16802
XIV.17803
XIV.18804
XIV.19806
XIV.20809
XIV.21811
XIV.22813
XIV.23815
XIV.24819
XIV.25822
XIV.26824
XIV.27826
XIV.28828
XIV.29830
XIV.30831
XIV.31833
XIV.32835
XIV.33836
XIV.34838
Pravargya
XV.1840
XV.2843
XV.3845
XV.4849
XV.5851
XV.6854
XV.7858
XV.8860
XV.9864
XV.10867
XV.11870
XV.12873
XV.13875
XV.14878
XV.15880
XV.16882
The Expiations in Connection with the Pravargya
XV.17884
XV.18887
XV.19889
The intermediary Consecration (Avantara-Diksa)
XV.20892
XV.21895
Agnicayana (Fire-Alata-Building)
XVI.1897
XVI.2899
XVI.3901
XVI.4905
XVI.5907
XVI.6910
XVI.7911
XVI.8914
XVI.9916
XVI.10919
XVI.11923
XVI.12925
XVI.13928
XVI.14931
XVI.15933
XVI.16936
XVI.17937
XVI.18940
XVI.19942
XVI.20944
XVI.21946
XVI.22949
XVI.23952
XVI.24954
XVI.25957
XVI.26957
XVI.27960
XVI.28964
XVI.29965
XVI.30-31966
XVI.32966
XVI.33968
XVI.34970
XVI.35971
XVII.1974
XVII.2977
XVII.3980
XVII.4982
XVII.5984
XVII.6987
XVII.7988
XVII.8990
XVII.9991
XVII.10993
XVII.11995
XVII.12997
XVII.131000
XVII.141001
XVII.151004
XVII.161006
XVII.171009
XVII.181012
XVII.191012
XVII.201015
XVII.211018
XVII.221019
XVII.231021
XVII.241023
XVII.251026
XVII.261028
Vajapeya
XVIII.11032
XVIII.21034
XVIII.31038
XVIII.41040
XVIII.51043
XVIII.61046
XVIII.71049
XVIII.81052
XVIII.91056
XVIII.101059
XVIII.111063
XVIII.121066
XVIII.131070
XVIII.141073
XVIII.151075
XVIII.161078
XVIII.171080
XVIII.181082
XVIII.191085
XVIII.201087
XVIII.211091
XVIII.221094
Sautramani : Caraka-Sautramani
XIX.11098
XIX.21101
XIX.31105
XIX.41107
XIX.51110
XIX.61112
XIX.71114
XIX.81116
XIX.91118
XIX.101121
Fire-Altar-Building-Ritual According to Katha-School Savitra-Fire-Altar-Building
XIX.111123
XIX.121126
XIX.131130
The Naciketa-Fire-Altar-Building
XIX.141134
XIX.151139
Optional Animal-Sacrifices
XIX.161143
XIX.171147
Oprional (Havis-Offerings)
XIX.181150
XIX.191153
XIX.201156
XIX.211159
XIX.221161
XIX.231164
XIX.241166
XIX.251168
XIX.261171
XIX.271173
Asvamedha (Horse-Sacrifice)
XX.11176
XX.21179
XX.31181
XX.41183
XX.51185
XX.61187
XX.71189
XX.81192
XX.91194
XX.101197
XX.111198
XX.121200
XX.131201
XX.141204
XX.151207
XX.161209
XX.171212
XX.181215
XX.191218
XX.201220
XX.211222
XX.221225
XX.231227
XX.241229
XX.251232
Dvadasaha (Twelve-Day-Sacrifice)
XXI.11235
XXI.21238
XXI.31241
XXI.41244
XXI.51246
XXI.61248
XXI.71251
XXI.81253
XXI.91253
XXI.101257
XXI.111259
XXI.121261
XXI.131263
XXI.141266
XXI.151269
XXI.161272
XXI.171274
XXI.181277
XXI.191279
XXI.201281
XXI.211283
XXI.221285
XXI.231288
XXI.241290
XXI.251292
One-Day-Soma-Sacrifices: Ekaha-S
XXII.11294
XXII.21297
XXII.31301
XXII.41303
XXII.51306
XXII.61308
XXII.71311
XXII.81315
XXII.91318
XXII.101321
XXII.111325
XXII.121328
XXII.131331
The Ahina-Sacrifices
XXII.141334
XXII.151338
XXII.161340
XXII.171342
XXII.181344
XXII.191347
XXII.201347
XXII.211350
XXII.221352
XXII.231355
XXII.241358
The Savayajnas
XXII.251360
XXII.261364
XXII.271367
XXII.281370
The Sattra (Sacrificial Session)
XXIII.11374
XXIII.21377
XXIII.31380
XXIII.41382
XXIII.51385
XXIII.61386
XXIII.71388
XXIII.81391
Variations of the Gavamayana(Sacrificial Session)
XXIII.91393
XXIII.101396
XXIII.111399
XXIII.121401
XXIII.131404
XXIII.141407
The Paribhasa-S or the General Rules
XXIV.11410
XXIV.21416
XXIV.31421
XXIV.41427
The Pravaras (Series of Ancestors)
XXIV.51431
XXIV.61433
XXIV.71435
XXIV.81437
XXIV.91440
XXIV.101442
The Activities of Hotrin an Isti (Offering)
XXIV.111444
XXIV.121448
XXIV.131450
XXIV.141453
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