VADH

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Abbreviations of primary texts ApDh Apastamba-dharmasutra BauDh Baudhayana-dharmasutra BKBh Brhatkalpabhasya BKT Brhatkalpa-tika GauDh Gautama-dharmasutra MBh Mahabharata MDh Manava-dharmasastra Nar Narada-smrti Par Parasara-smrti VaDh Vasistha-dharmasutra VavS Vyavahara-sutra VavBh Vyavahara-bhasya Visnu Visnu-smrti VS Vinaya-sutra VSS Vinayasutravrtiy-abhidhana-svavyakhyana = 'Dui ba 'i mdo'i 'grel pa mngon par brjod pa rang gi mam par bshad pa (Derge Vol.
Shockingly, the conference in Goa where this dehumanized author celebrated 'vadh' of Gandhi began with a congratulatory message from Modi in 2013.
The Hindutva rulers know that despite 'vadh' of Gandhi by the Hindutva terrorists and death of Nehru long back, Idea of India propounded and practised by these two continues to cause shiver amongst the Hindutva adversaries.
Note, for instance, VaDh 11.52-57: palCtgo va daticlo brahmahasya I naiyyagrodhah ksatriyasya vet I audumbaro va vailyasya I kelasarizmito brahmahasya I lalatasarizmitab ksatriyasya I ghratzasarrtmito vaityasya I "A Brahmin's staff should be made of PalAga wood; a Ksatriya's of Nyagrodha wood; and a Vaigya's of Udumbara wood.
(13.) See ApDh 1.8.11, 1.27.10, 1.32.4, 2.1.21, 2.4.1, 2.5.5, 2.6.15, 2.22.23, 2.25.9, 2.27.15; GDh 2.21, 2.25, 5.38, 9.26, 12.7, 17.3, 23.8; BEM 1.9.6-7, 2.1.13, 2.11.8; and VaDh 7.15, 29.12.
(17.) See ApDh 1.21.9-10, 1.25.1, 1.28.15, 2.17.21; GDh 15.22, 21.1, 21.8, 23.8, 23.12; BDh 1.18.18, 2.1.13, 3.5.5, 3.6.11; and VaDh 1.20, 20.13, 20.44, 26.7, 27.19.
20), the occurrence of the verbal lexeme para + vadhin the Atharvaveda and the Taittiriya Samhita in the sense 'kill' (= simplex vadh-) renders otiose Geldner's statement that the meaning of para + vadh - would not fit the passage here.
Vasistha, the author of the last Dharmasutra, begins his discussion of unfit food (VaDh 14.1-32) with the statement:
Immediately after his discussion of bhojyabhojya food, he turns to forbidden foods (VaDh 14.33-48).
Thus, for instance, side by side with the statement: catvara asrama garhasthyam acaryakulam maunam vanaprasthyam - "There are four asramas: the householder's state, (residence) at the teacher's house, the muni's state, and the state of a forest hermit" (ApDh 2.21.1), we also have: catvara asramah brahmacarigrhasthavanaprasthaparivrajakah - "There are four asramas: student, householder, forest hermit, and wandering ascetic" (VaDh 7.1-2).
SU Svetasvatara Upanisad TA Taittiriya Aranyaka TB Taittiriya Brahmana TS Taittiriya Samhita TU Taittiriya Upanisad VaDh Vasistha Dharmasutra VeS Vedanta Sutra.