1. 101

    इमान्नित्यमनध्यायानधीयानो विवर्जयेत् । अध्यापनं च कुर्वाणः शिष्याणां विधिपूर्वकम् ॥ १०१ ॥

    Let him who studies always avoid (reading) on the following occasions when the Veda-study is forbidden, and (let) him who teaches pupils according to the prescribed rule (do it likewise).

  2. 102

    कर्णश्रवेऽनिले रात्रौ दिवा पांसुसमूहने । एतौ वर्षास्वनध्यायावध्यायज्ञाः प्रचक्षते ॥ १०२ ॥

    Those who know the (rules of) recitation declare that in the rainy season the Veda-study must be stopped on these two (occasions), when the wind is audible at night, and when it whirls up the dust in the day-time.

  3. 103

    विद्युत्स्तनितवर्षेषु महोल्कानां च सम्प्लवे । आकालिकमनध्यायमेतेषु मनुरब्रवीत् ॥ १०३ ॥

    Manu has stated, that when lightning, thunder, and rain (are observed together), or when large fiery meteors fall on all sides, the recitation must be interrupted until the same hour (on the next day, counting from the occurrence of the event).

  4. 104

    एतांस्त्वभ्युदितान् विद्याद् यदा प्रादुष्कृताग्निषु । तदा विद्यादनध्यायमनृतौ चाभ्रदर्शने ॥ १०४ ॥

    When one perceives these (phenomena) all together (in the twilight), after the sacred fires have been made to blaze (for the performance of the Agnihotra), then one must know the recitation of the Veda to be forbidden, and also when clouds appear out of season.

  5. 105

    निर्घाते भूमिचलने ज्योतिषां चोपसर्जने । एतानाकालिकान् विद्यादनध्यायान् ऋतावपि ॥ १०५ ॥

    On (the occasion of) a preternatural sound from the sky, (of) an earthquake, and when the lights of heaven are surrounded by a halo, let him know that (the Veda-study must be) stopped until the same hour (on the next day), even if (these phenomena happen) in the (rainy) season.