1. 281

    अनेन विधिना श्राद्धं त्रिरब्दस्यैह निर्वपेत् । हेमन्तग्रीष्मवर्षासु पाञ्चयज्ञिकमन्वहम् ॥ २८१ ॥

    Let him offer here below a funeral sacrifice, according to the rule given above, (at least) thrice a year, in winter, in summer, and in the rainy season, but that which is included among the five great sacrifices, every day.

  2. 282

    न पैतृयज्ञियो होमो लौकिकेऽग्नौ विधीयते । न दर्शेन विना श्राद्धमाहिताग्नेर्द्विजन्मनः ॥ २८२ ॥

    The burnt-oblation, offered at a sacrifice to the manes, must not be made in a common fire; a Brahmana who keeps a sacred fire (shall) not (perform) a funeral sacrifice except on the new-moon day.

  3. 283

    यदेव तर्पयत्यद्भिः पितॄन् स्नात्वा द्विजोत्तमः । तेनैव कृत्स्नमाप्नोति पितृयज्ञक्रियाफलम् ॥ २८३ ॥

    Even when a Brahmana, after bathing, satisfies the manes with water, he obtains thereby the whole reward for the performance of the (daily) Sraddha.

  4. 284

    वसून् वदन्ति तु पितॄन् रुद्रांश्चैव पितामहान् । प्रपितामहांस्तथाऽदित्यान् श्रुतिरेषा सनातनी ॥ २८४ ॥

    They call (the manes of) fathers Vasus, (those of) grandfathers Rudras, and (those of) great-grandfathers Adityas; thus (speaks) the eternal Veda.

  5. 285

    विघसाशी भवेन्नित्यं नित्यं वाऽमृतभोजनः । विघसो भुक्तशेषं तु यज्ञशेषं तथाऽमृतम् ॥ २८५ ॥

    Let him daily partake of the vighasa and daily eat amrita (ambrosia); but vighasa is what remains from the meal (of Brahmana guests) and the remainder of a sacrifice (is called) amrita.