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For the questions about Smriti (Sanskrit:स्मृति) (literally "which is remembered") scriptures. These texts are usually attributed to an author and produced out of human intellect.

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related to this is written in the Atri Smriti: There is no sin, if any intervening impurity, consequent on a birth or death, takes place, in the celebration of a marriage, festivity, or a … sacrifice, determined upon before. So Atri has said. Atri Smriti This partly disproves the notion I described above but not completely. Are there any other statements like these in other smritis also? …
asked May 2 by baba