1. 16

    पाठीनरोहितावाद्यौ नियुक्तौ हव्यकव्ययोः । राजीवान् सिंहतुण्डाश्च सशल्काश्चैव सर्वशः ॥ १६ ॥

    (But the fish called) Pathina and (that called) Rohita may be eaten, if used for offerings to the gods or to the manes; (one may eat) likewise Ragivas, Simhatundas, and Sasalkas on all (occasions).

  2. 17

    न भक्षयेदेकचरानज्ञातांश्च मृगद्विजान् । भक्ष्येष्वपि समुद्दिष्टान् सर्वान् पञ्चनखांस्तथा ॥ १७ ॥

    Let him not eat solitary or unknown beasts and birds, though they may fall under (the categories of) eatable (creatures), nor any five-toed (animals).

  3. 18

    श्वाविधं शल्यकं गोधां खड्गकूर्मशशांस्तथा । भक्ष्यान् पञ्चनखेष्वाहुरनुष्ट्रांश्चैकतोदतः ॥ १८ ॥

    The porcupine, the hedgehog, the iguana, the rhinoceros, the tortoise, and the hare they declare to be eatable; likewise those (domestic animals) that have teeth in one jaw only, excepting camels.

  4. 19

    छत्राकं विड्वराहं च लशुनं ग्रामकुक्कुटम् । पलाण्डुं गृञ्जनं चैव मत्या जग्ध्वा पतेद् द्विजः ॥ १९ ॥

    A twice-born man who knowingly eats mushrooms, a village-pig, garlic, a village-cock, onions, or leeks, will become an outcast.

  5. 20

    अमत्यैतानि षड् जग्ध्वा कृच्छ्रं सान्तपनं चरेत् । यतिचान्द्रायाणं वाऽपि शेषेषूपवसेदहः ॥ २० ॥

    He who unwittingly partakes of (any of) these six, shall perform a Samtapana (Krikkhra) or the lunar penance (Kandrayana) of ascetics; in case (he who has eaten) any other (kind of forbidden food) he shall fast for one day (and a night ).