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The Apastamba Dharmasutra
The four asramas as alternatives
Conclusions of Part 1
The position of the early Upanisads
Conclusions of Part II
aggim alternatives ApDhS ascetic practices Asura Baudhayana BDhS become bhavati bhiksu Bodhisatta brahmacarin Brahmin ascetics Buddha Buddhist chapter clear connection considered context described Dharma Dharmasutra Dhundhu diksa doctrine drawn attention early Upanisads elements enumerates fact forest forest-dweller forms of asceticism four asramas gatha GDhS grhastha householder ideas Indian asceticism Jaina Jainism Jaratkaru Jatakas Kapila king Ksatriya lives Mahabharata Majjhima Nikaya Manusmrti meditate Megasthenes mention Nikaya non-Vedic ascetics obtain OLIVELLE one's origin orthodox parivrdja parivrdjaka Prahlada present passage PTS edition recitation refer religious renouncer sacred fire sacrificial fires Samika Samkhya samnyasa Samnyasa Upanisads samnydsin SHEE speaks SPROCKHOFF Sramanas and Brahmins story Sutra tapas term true nature types of ascetics Upanisads vaikhanasa vanaprastha VasDhS Vedas Vedic and non-Vedic Vedic ascetics Vedic fire Vedic religion Vedic ritual Vedic sacrifice Vedic sacrificial tradition Vedic texts Vedic tradition Vedic vanaprastha verses wandering ascetic Yoga
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Page 2 - It (the figure) represents someone seemingly in the pose of a Yogi, and it is for this reason that the eyelids are more than half closed and the eyes looking downward to the nose... probably it is the statue of a priest or may be a king-priest, since it lacks the horns which would naturally be expected if it were a figure of the deity himself.