1. 86

    अतोऽन्यतममास्थाय विधिं विप्रः समाहितः । ब्रह्महत्याकृतं पापं व्यपोहत्यात्मवत्तया ॥ ८६ ॥

    A Brahmana who, with a concentrated mind, follows any of the (above-mentioned) rules, removes the sin committed by slaying a Brahmana through his self-control.

  2. 87

    हत्वा गर्भमविज्ञातमेतदेव व्रतं चरेत् । राजन्यवैश्यौ चैजानावात्रेयीमेव च स्त्रियम् ॥ ८७ ॥

    For destroying the embryo (of a Brahmana, the sex of which was) unknown, for slaying a Kshatriya or a Vaisya who are (engaged in or) have offered a (Vedic) sacrifice, or a (Brahmana) woman who has bathed after temporary uncleanness (Atreyi), he must perform the same penance,

  3. 88

    उक्त्वा चैवानृतं साक्ष्ये प्रतिरुध्य गुरुं तथा । अपहृत्य च निःक्षेपं कृत्वा च स्त्रीसुहृत्वधम् ॥ ८८ ॥

    Likewise for giving false evidence (in an important cause), for passionately abusing the teacher, for stealing a deposit, and for killing (his) wife or his friend:

  4. 89

    इयं विशुद्धिरुदिता प्रमाप्याकामतो द्विजम् । कामतो ब्राह्मणवधे निष्कृतिर्न विधीयते ॥ ८९ ॥

    This expiation has been prescribed for unintentionally killing a Brahmana; but for intentionally slaying a Brahmana no atonement is ordained.

  5. 90

    सुरां पीत्वा द्विजो मोहादग्निवर्णां सुरां पिबेत् । तया स काये निर्दग्धे मुच्यते किल्बिषात् ततः ॥ ९० ॥

    A twice-born man who has (intentionally) drunk, through delusion of mind, (the spirituous liquor called) Sura shall drink that liquor boiling-hot; when his body has been completely scalded by that, he is freed from his guilt;