1. 151

    दूरादावसथान् मूत्रं दूरात् पादावसेचनम् । उच्छिष्टान्ननिषेकं च दूरादेव समाचरेत् ॥ १५१ ॥

    Far from his dwelling let him remove urine (and ordure), far (let him remove) the water used for washing his feet, and far the remnants of food and the water from his bath.

  2. 152

    मैत्रं प्रसाधनं स्नानं दन्तधावनमञ्जनम् । पूर्वाह्ण एव कुर्वीत देवतानां च पूजनम् ॥ १५२ ॥

    Early in the morning only let him void faeces, decorate (his body), bathe, clean his teeth, apply collyrium to his eyes, and worship the gods.

  3. 153

    दैवतान्यभिगच्छेत् तु धार्मिकांश्च द्विजोत्तमान् । ईश्वरं चैव रक्षार्थं गुरूनेव च पर्वसु ॥ १५३ ॥

    But on the Parva-days let him go to visit the (images of the) gods, and virtuous Brahmanas, and the ruler (of the country), for the sake of protection, as well as his Gurus.

  4. 154

    अभिवादयेद् वृद्धांश्च दद्याच्चैवासनं स्वकम् । कृताञ्जलिरुपासीत गच्छतः पृष्ठतोऽन्वियात् ॥ १५४ ॥

    Let him reverentially salute venerable men (who visit him), give them his own seat, let him sit near them with joined hands and, when they leave, (accompany them), walking behind them.

  5. 155

    श्रुतिस्मृत्योदितं सम्यङ्निबद्धं स्वेषु कर्मसु । धर्ममूलं निषेवेत सदाचारमतन्द्रितः ॥ १५५ ॥

    Let him, untired, follow the conduct of virtuous men, connected with his occupations, which has been fully declared in the revealed texts and in the sacred tradition (Smriti) and is the root of the sacred law.