1. 46

    ये द्विजानामपसदा ये चापध्वंसजाः स्मृताः । ते निन्दितैर्वर्तयेयुर्द्विजानामेव कर्मभिः ॥ ४६ ॥

    Those who have been mentioned as the base-born (offspring, apasada) of Aryans, or as produced in consequence of a violation (of the law, apadhvamsaga), shall subsist by occupations reprehended by the twice-born.

  2. 47

    सूतानामश्वसारथ्यमम्बष्ठानां चिकित्सनम् । वैदेहकानां स्त्रीकार्यं मागधानां वणिक्पथः ॥ ४७ ॥

    To Sutas (belongs) the management of horses and of chariots; to Ambashthas, the art of healing; to Vaidehakas, the service of women; to Magadhas, trade;

  3. 48

    मत्स्यघातो निषादानां त्वष्टिस्त्वायोगवस्य च । मेदान्ध्रचुञ्चुमद्गूनामारण्यपशुहिंसनम् ॥ ४८ ॥

    Killing fish to Nishadas; carpenters’work to the Ayogava; to Medas, Andhras, Kunkus, and Madgus, the slaughter of wild animals;

  4. 49

    क्षत्त्र्युग्रपुक्कसानां तु बिलौकोवधबन्धनम् । धिग्वणानां चर्मकार्यं वेणानां भाण्डवादनम् ॥ ४९ ॥

    To Kshattris, Ugras, and Pukkasas, catching and killing (animals) living in holes; to Dhigvanas, working in leather; to Venas, playing drums.

  5. 50

    चैत्यद्रुमश्मशानेषु शैलेषूपवनेषु च । वसेयुरेते विज्ञाता वर्तयन्तः स्वकर्मभिः ॥ ५० ॥

    Near well-known trees and burial-grounds, on mountains and in groves, let these (tribes) dwell, known (by certain marks), and subsisting by their peculiar occupations.