1. 86

    ये पाकयज्ञाः चत्वारो विधियज्ञसमन्विताः । सर्वे ते जपयज्ञस्य कलां नार्हन्ति षोडशीम् ॥ ८६ ॥

    The four Pakayagnas and those sacrifices which are enjoined by the rules (of the Veda) are all together not equal in value to a sixteenth part of the sacrifice consisting of muttered prayers.

  2. 87

    जप्येनैव तु संसिध्येद् ब्राह्मणो नात्र संशयः । कुर्यादन्यन्न वा कुर्यान् मैत्रो ब्राह्मण उच्यते ॥ ८७ ॥

    But, undoubtedly, a Brahmana reaches the highest goal by muttering prayers only; (whether) he perform other (rites) or neglect them, he who befriends (all creatures) is declared (to be) a (true) Brahmana.

  3. 88

    इन्द्रियाणां विचरतां विषयेष्वपहारिषु । संयमे यत्नमातिष्ठेद् विद्वान् यन्तैव वाजिनाम् ॥ ८८ ॥

    A wise man should strive to restrain his organs which run wild among alluring sensual objects, like a charioteer his horses.

  4. 89

    एकादशेन्द्रियाण्याहुर्यानि पूर्वे मनीषिणः । तानि सम्यक् प्रवक्ष्यामि यथावदनुपूर्वशः ॥ ८९ ॥

    Those eleven organs which former sages have named, I will properly (and) precisely enumerate in due order,

  5. 90

    श्रोत्रं त्वक् चक्षुषी जिह्वा नासिका चैव पञ्चमी । पायूपस्थं हस्तपादं वाक् चैव दशमी स्मृता ॥ ९० ॥

    (Viz.) the ear, the skin, the eyes, the tongue, and the nose as the fifth, the anus, the organ of generation, hands and feet, and the (organ of) speech, named as the tenth.