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" No guest must be dismissed in the evening by a housekeeper. He is sent by the retiring sun; and whether he come in fit season or unseasonably, he must not sojourn in the house without entertainment. Let... "
The Scrap-book, Or, A Selection of Interesting and Authentic Anecdotes - Sivu 47
1825 - 180 sivua
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Institutes of Hindu Law, Or, The Ordinances of Menu [i.e., Manu]: According ...

Manu (Lawgiver), Kullūkabhaṭṭa - 1869 - 340 sivua
...dismissed in the evening by a house-keeper ; he is sent by the retiring sun ; and, whether he come in fit season or unseasonably, he must not sojourn in the house without entertainment. 106. Let not himself eat any delicate food, without asking his guest to partake of it : the satisfaction...

Vikram and the Vampire: Or, Tales of Hindu Devilry

Lady Isabel Burton - 1870 - 319 sivua
...not sojourn in the house without entertainment : let me not eat any delicate food, without asking my guest to partake of it : the satisfaction of a guest...the housekeeper wealth, reputation, long life, and a place in heaven.' The householder's wife then came to serve up the The householder•s wife cnme...

Vikram and the Vampire: Or, Tales of Hindu Devilry

1870 - 319 sivua
...be dismissed in the evening by a housekeeper : he is sent by the returning sun, and whether he come in fit season or unseasonably, he must not sojourn in the house without entertainment : let me not eat any delicate food, without asking my guest to partake of it : the satisfaction of a guest...

Sanskrit and Its Kindred Literatures: Studies in Comparative Mythology

Laura Elizabeth Poor - 1880 - 468 sivua
...be dismissed in the evening by a householder: he is sent by the retiring sun, and, whether he come in fit season or unseasonably, he must not sojourn in the house without entertainment." • Fifth. Homage to the gods, by an offering thrown on the sacred fire. I describe these five sacraments...

Sanskrit and Its Kindred Literatures: Studies in Comparative Mythology

Laura Elizabeth Poor - 1880 - 468 sivua
...be dismissed in the evening by a householder: he is sent by the retiring sun, and, whether he come in fit season or unseasonably, he must not sojourn in the house without entertainment." Fifth. Homage to the gods, by an offering thrown on the sacred fire. I describe these five sacraments...

India: Its Condition, Religion, and Missions

James Bradbury - 1884 - 253 sivua
...sojourn in the house without entertainment. Let not himself eat any delicate food without asking his guest to partake of it ; the satisfaction of a guest...the housekeeper wealth, reputation, long life, and a place in heaven." * Beyond the caste and family circle, their beneficence is exhibited in the digging...

India: Its Condition, Religion, and Missions

James Bradbury - 1884 - 253 sivua
...must be dismissed in the evening by a housekeeper. He is sent by the retiring sun; and whether he come in fit season or unseasonably, he must not sojourn in the house without entertainment. Let not himself eat any delicate food without asking his guest to partake of it ; the satisfaction of a guest...

The Hindu at Home: Being Sketches of Hindu Daily Life

Joseph Edwin Padfield - 1896 - 333 sivua
...dismissed in the evening by the housekeeper ; he is sent by the retiring sun ; and whether he come in fit season or unseasonably, he must not sojourn in the house without entertainment. Let not himself eat any delicate food, without asking his guest to partake of it ; the satisfaction of a guest...

The Hindu at Home: Being Sketches of Hindu Daily Life

Joseph Edwin Padfield - 1896 - 333 sivua
...dismissed in the evening by the housekeeper ; he is sent by the retiring sun ; and whether he come in fit season or unseasonably, he must not sojourn in the house without entertainment. Lot not himself eat any delicate food, without asking his guest to partake of it ; the satisfaction...

The Evolution of Governments and Laws: Exhibiting the Governmental ..., Nide 1

Stephen Haley Allen - 1916 - 1221 sivua
...in the house without entertainment. 106. "Let not himself eat any delicate food, without asking his guest to partake of it: the satisfaction of a guest...the house-keeper wealth, reputation, long life, and a place in heaven." The performance of oblations to deceased ancestors is treated as a matter of great...




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