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People say that Parashara Smriti is for Kali Yuga. So it is no doubt an important text. Is there any English translation available?

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Parashara Smriti can be read and downloaded from here 1.

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The link everyone is sharing is not a published book. Someone created that document. The only published translation of Parashara Smriti that I could find is part of the following book

The Dharma Sastra or The Hindu Law Codes (English Translation) Vol. II by Manmatha Nath Dutt (Shastri).

Apart from Parasar Samhita, it also contains translations of Sankha, Gautama, Apastamba and Vashistha Samhitas.

Link -

https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.31797/page/n5/mode/2up

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    "The link everyone is sharing is not a published book" -- where is your question asking for a published book? All it asks for is an English translation.
    – Rickross
    Jun 15 at 17:27
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    @Rickross When someone asks for a translation, it is pretty evident that he means an authentic translation done by some expert in that field, not by any Tom, Dick and Harry. Jun 15 at 17:32
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    How can a tom dick or a harry translate Parshara Smriti? Is it that trivial a task?
    – Rickross
    Jun 15 at 17:33
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    @Rickross Anybody can type anything and make a pdf. There is no way to know whether that homemade pdf contains an authentic translation. But anyway, if you like that homemade pdf document, I have no problem. Jun 15 at 17:38

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