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The laws of Manu

@inproceedings{ManuTheLO,
  title={The laws of Manu},
  author={Manu}
}
This is a subset of F. Max Mullers great collection The Sacred Books of the East which includes translations of all the most important works of the seven non-Christian religions which have exercised a profound influence on the civilizations of the continent of Asia. The works have been translated by leading authorities in their field. 
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including four days which differ from the rest [the three days of menses and the day after ment for purification] and are censured by the virtuous, (are called) the natural season of women
  • Sixteen (days and) nights (in each month)
] the new-moon day, on the eighth (lunar day of each half-month), on the fullmoon day, and on the fourteenth, even (if they fall) in the period
    A pupil) who is full twenty years old, and knows what is becoming and unbecoming, shall not salute a young wife of his teacher (by clasping) her feet