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" The ears of a Sudra who listens, intentionally, when the Veda is being recited are to be filled with molten lead. His tongue is to be cut out if he recite it. His body is to be split in twain if he preserve it in his memory. "
Benares: The Sacred City; Sketches of Hindu Life and Religion - Page 20
by Ernest Binfield Havell - 1905 - 226 pages
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Buddhist India

Thomas William Rhys Davids - 1903 - 332 pages
...priestly law-books — rules that received, it should be noted, the cordial approval of Shankara.1 " The ears of a Sudra who listens, intentionally, when...be split in twain if he preserve it in his memory." ' The priestly view was that God himself had bestowed the exclusive right of teaching upon the hereditary...
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The Doctrine of Karma: Its Origin and Development in Brāhmaṇical, Buddhist ...

Yuvraj Krishan - 1997 - 650 pages
...from offering sacrifices. According to Gautamadharmasütra 2.34 and Sarhkara "The ears of a südra who listens intentionally, when the Veda is being...be filled with molten lead. His tongue is to be cut if he recites it. His body is to be split in twain if he preserves it in his memory." (Särhkara Bhäsya...
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