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6; xxm, 23, 46, &c. Ba. i, 6,
6; n, 7, 2; u, 6,&c.

Wages, lost, Va. xvi, 16.
Waterpot, duty of carrying, Ba. I,

5, 45 6; 7-
Way, right of, Ap. n, n, 5-9. Ga.

vi, 23-25. Va. xm, 58-60.

Ba. ii, 6, 30.

Weights. See Measures.
Widow, Ga. xvm, 4-14; xxxvm,

22. Va. xvn, 55-56. Ba. ii,

4, 7-10. See Niyoga, Son
begotten on.

Wife, duties and position of, Ap. n,
i, i; 14, 16-18; 27, 2-7; 29,
3-4. Ga. xvm, 1-3.

duty of guarding, Ap. II, 13, 7.

Ba. n, 3, 34-35 ; 4, 2.

of emigrant, Ga. xvm, 15-17.

Va. xvii, 75-80.

inherits, Ap. n, 14, 9. Ga. x'xvm,

21.



Wife, qualifications required, Ap. n,
13, 1-9 ; iv, 1-5. Va. vm, i-2.

repudiation and supersession, Ap.

I, 28, 19; II, ii, 12-14. Va.
xm, 49; xxi, 9-10. Ba. II, 4,
6; iv, i, 20.

Wives, all mothers through one son,
Va. xvn, ii.

of several castes, Ga. iv, 1 6. Va.

I, 24-25. Ba. i, 1 6, 2-5. See
Adultery,Connubial intercourse,
Husband, Marriage, Sudracaste.

Witnesses, Ap. n, n, 3 ; 29, 7-10.
Ga. xm, 1-25. Va. xvi, 10, 13-
14, 27-36. Ba. i, 19, 7-16.

Woman, duties and position, Ap. I,
14,21,23,30; 11,11,7; 15, 1,
18; 26, ii ; 29, ii, 15. Ga.
xvm, 1-3. Va. in, 34; v, 1-2;
xxvm, 1-9. Ba. i, 8, 22-23;

II, 3, 44-47 5 4, 4-5-

menstruating, Ap. I, 9, 13. Ga.

xiv, 30; xxm, 34; xxiv, 4-5.
Va. iv, 37 ; v, 5-9 ; xxvm, 1-6.
Ba.i, n, 34-35; 19,5511,1,12.

murder of, Ap. I, 25, 5, 9. Ga.

xxn, 12, 17, 26-27. Ba. I, ii,

34-355 19, 3, 5; u, i, ii.

property of, Va. xvi, 16. Ga.

xxvm, 24.

remarried, Va. xvn, 19-20. See

Son of remarried woman.

Ya#avalkya, vol. ii, p. xxxviii. Ba.

n, 9, 14-

Yag-ur-veda, Ga. xvi, 21. Va. xm,
30. Ba.ii, 10, 14; iv, 3, 3; 5,1.

Black, vol. ii, pp. xi, xvi, xxxi.

White, vol. ii, p. xxxii.

Yama, Va. xi, 20 ; xiv, 30 ; xix, 48 ;

xx, 2.
Yamuna river, Va. I, 12. Ba. I, 2,

10.

Yavana caste, vol. ii, p. Ivi. Ga. IV,

21.
Yayavaras, Ba. n, 12, 1 5,17, 3 ; in, i,

1,4, 16; iv, 5, 27.
Yoga, Ap. i, 23, 6. Va. xxv, 5-8.

Ba..iv, i, 23-25.



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS

TO VOLS. II AND XIV.

VOL. II.

Page xxxii, note r. Maitrayaiyas still exist in Gu^arlU, see Report
on Sanskrit MSS. for 1879-80; Schroder, Maitrayani Sa^hitl,
pp. xxii-xxiii.

P. xxxii, 1. i. RSo Saheb V. N. MaWlilc, VyavahSra Mayukha and
Yag^avalkya, p. 300, has challenged the accuracy of my statement
regarding the prevalence of the Apastamba Sakha" in Bombay. He,
however, admits that some Dejasthas and DraviVas actually follow
the Sakha. His dissent really refers to the Konkaaasthas, the division
to which he himself belongs. Among the latter those who originally
were Apastambiyas have partly gone over to the Haira/tyakesas. But
in the old list of the Konkanastha families (see Elph: Coll. collection
of 1867-68, Cl. xii, no. 5) which I procured from Mr. Limaye of
Ashfe, the families which really are Apastambiyas are carefully enu-
merated. Both in Puna and Bombay I have met with a number of
Brahmans, who called themselves sometimes Dejasthas and some-
times Kofikaasthas, and were able and willing to recite portions of
the Apastamba Sutras for a small consideration.

P. xxxvii, note i. The date of the Klnki vr/'tti has been shown by Pro-
fessor Max Miiller to be about 650 A. D.

P. xlix, 1. 10, for Baudhayana I, i, 21, read Baudhiyana r, i, 2-6.

P. xlix, 1. 28,/or Baudhayana I, r, 17-24, read BaudhSyana I, i, a, 1-8.

P. li, note r, 1. 5 seqq.,/or Baudhayana in, 5, read Baudh3yana in, 10.

P. 78, 1. 32 (Ap. i, 9, 23, a8, note),/cr Baudhiyana, Pr. I, Adhy. io,reaJ
Baudhayana 1, 10, 19, i.

P. 90, 1. 33 (Ap. 1, 10, 29, 9, note),/or Baudhiyana Pr. I, Adhy. 12, read
Baudhayana H, i, 2, 18.

P. 176, 1. 20 (Ga. i, 28, note), read Vasish/Aa ill, 43.

P. 206, 1. 33 (Ga. vi, 5, note),/or Manu in, 123, read Manu n, 123.

P. a 10, 1. 1 8 (Ga. vn, 17), for others read for another.

P. 222, 1. 13 (Ga. tx, 61), read Nor shall he bathe, &c..

P. 254, 1. 9 (Ga. XV, 17), read Whosoever lives, &c.

P. 391, 1. 2-3, for Defiled by,&c., readOh lust, I have been incontinent,
incontinent, &c. ; oh lust, I have committed evil, I have committed
evil, oh lust, &c.

VOL. XIV.
P. 24, 1. 25 (Va. in, 56, note),/or Baudhayana I, 5, 5 2, read Baudh3yana

I. 5> 9> ir -
P. 50, 1. 9 (Va. xi, 7). Govindasvamin on Baudhayana II, 7. 3 3 8 IV<

A a 2



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS TO VOLS, II AND XIV.



for pradata^ the reading pra^ataA, '(newly) -confined women,' which
seems to be the correct one. Owing to the peculiar Indian pro-
nunciation of ga as ad mouille, da sometimes occurs by mistake
for ga in Sanskrit MSS. In Prakrit words da is also sometimes the
representative of ga.

P. 99, 1. 3 (Va. xix, 23), for pradata/& read pra^ata^, '(newly) -confined
women.'

P. 102, 1. 12 (Va. xix, 48), read for a sacrificial session.

P. in, 1. 27 (Va. xxi, 6, note). The Siras text occurs Taitt. Ar. x, 35.

P. 122, 1. 19 (Va. xxin, 39), dele which does not cause loss of caste.

P. 127, 1. 31 (Va. XXVI, 8), for Manu Li, 251, read Manu xi, 251.

P. 206, 1. 19 (Ba. I, n, 20, 12), for the sixth read the fifth.

P. 207, 1. 1 (Ba. I, n, 20, 13), for the fifth read the sixth.

P. 223, 1. 33 (Ba. II, i, 2, 41, note), add at end: But the word refers to
the numeration of the KriM&ra, penances, given Gautama xxvi, 20,
and its occurrence shows that Baudhayana simply copied Gautama.

P. 267-268 (Ba. II, 8, 14, 7, note), dele note and substitute: 'The Agni-
mukha is a term denoting the last of the offerings which precede the
Pradhanahoma. See Baudhayana Gr/hya-sfitra I, 4, end, and 5.' '



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