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Manu Smrti - Ch 10 But the dwellings of ‘Fierce’ Untouchables (Candalas) and ‘Dog-cookers’ (Svapacas) should be outside the village; they must use discarded bowls, and dogs and donkeys should be their wealth. (10.51) Their clothing should be the clothes of the dead, and their food should be in broken dishes; their ornaments should be made of black iron, ...


PV Kane in his History of Dharma Sastras Vol 2 Part 1 page 89 writes The theory of the early smṛtis was that there were only four varṇas and there was no fifth varṇa. Vide Manu X.4 and Anuśāsana-parva 47.18.890. When in modern times the so-called untouchables are referred to as the pañcamas that is something against the smṛti tradition. Panini II 4.10 and ...


These books are written on a period of war and killing any men during war is not a sin. But Brahmins are not soldiers but people who pray to God and advices the Kings. In the modern era, the Brahmins can be compared to Medics in war zone. They help both our troops and theirs and no soldier will hurt medics. Killing medics is a big sin now. Killing Brahmins ...


There are different origins about mlechhas origin. As per Mahabharata; they were born from Vashishth's cow. And many terrible Yavanas and Paradas and Sakas and Valhikas, and Mlecchas born of the cow (belonging to Vasishtha), of fierce eyes But as per Matsya Purana Chapter 10; they born out from King Vena's body


According to Manu Smriti , all those other than 4 castes aren't born from Purusha and are called Dasyus. All those tribes in this world, which are excluded from the community of those born from the mouth, the arms, the thighs, and the feet of Brahman, are called Dasyus, whether they speak the language of the Mechlas or that of the Aryans. (Manu 10.45)


No. Excepting the great Indian philosophers, even profound western philosophers from Plato to Nietzsche are found to tantalize with non-egalitarian, anti-democratic oder by appropriating Brahmin-centric (philosopher-centric) non-egalitarian system which is the actual sanction of nature's order, for inequality is the very fact of the nature. With non-...

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