1. 131

    श्वभिर्हतस्य यन् मांसं शुचि तन् मनुरब्रवीत् । क्रव्याद्भिश्च हतस्यान्यैश्चण्डालाद्यैश्च दस्युभिः ॥ १३१ ॥

    Manu has declared that the flesh (of an animal) killed by dogs is pure, likewise (that) of a (beast) slain by carnivorous (animals) or by men of low caste (Dasyu), such as Kandalas.

  2. 132

    ऊर्ध्वं नाभेर्यानि खानि तानि मेध्यानि सर्वशः । यान्यधस्तान्यमेध्यानि देहाच्चैव मलाश्च्युताः ॥ १३२ ॥

    All those cavities (of the body) which lie above the navel are pure, (but) those which are below the navel are impure, as well as excretions that fall from the body.

  3. 133

    मक्षिका विप्रुषश्छाया गौरश्वः सूर्यरश्मयः । रजो भूर्वायुरग्निश्च स्पर्शे मेध्यानि निर्दिशेत् ॥ १३३ ॥

    Flies, drops of water, a shadow, a cow, a horse, the rays of the sun, dust, earth, the wind, and fire one must know to be pure to the touch.

  4. 134

    विण्मूत्रोत्सर्गशुद्ध्यर्थं मृद्वार्यादेयमर्थवत् । दैहिकानां मलानां च शुद्धिषु द्वादशस्वपि ॥ १३४ ॥

    In order to cleanse (the organs) by which urine and faeces are ejected, earth and water must be used, as they may be required, likewise in removing the (remaining ones among) twelve impurities of the body.

  5. 135

    वसा शुक्रमसृग्मज्जा मूत्रविड्घ्राणकर्णविट् । श्लेश्माश्रु दूषिका स्वेदो द्वादशैते नृणां मलाः ॥ १३५ ॥

    Oily exudations, semen, blood, (the fatty substance of the) brain, urine, faeces, the mucus of the nose, ear-wax, phlegm, tears, the rheum of the eyes, and sweat are the twelve impurities of human (bodies).