Saturday, January 8, 2011

Exposing Hinduism

All you need to know about the ugly,beastly & evil nature that is Hinduism.The Hindu Scriptures are not only filled with absurd deities & gross scientific errors - they also contain genocides ,mutilations,pedophilia,rape,slavery,plunder,sati (burning of live widows),human sacrifices,bestiality,racism & other horrors.
Hindu Scriptures
All of the above mentioned atrocities are found in the most sacred of hindu scriptures.These are the ones I’m using to expose this evil & ridiculous cult: Vedas (Rig Veda,Yajurveda,Samaveda,Atharvaveda) ;Upanishads;Puranas;Ramayana;Mahabharata;Bhagavad Gita & Laws of Manu

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Mahabharata 4:72 (p.127) "...And Krishna gave unto each of the illustrious sons of Pandu numerous female slaves, and gems and robes"

Indra gives wives & horses as booty
Rig Veda 4:17:16 Eager for booty, craving strength and horses, we-singers stir Indra, the strong, for friendship,Who gives the wives we seek, whose succour fails not, to hasten, like a pitcher to the fountain.

Damsels & Female Slaves as gifts
Rig Veda 8:XIX:36 A gift of fifty female slaves hath Trasadasyu given me, Purukutsa's son,Most liberal, kind, lord of the brave.
Rig veda 6:27:8 Two wagon-teams, with damsels, twenty oxen, O Agni, Abhydvartin Cayamdna,The liberal Sovran, giveth me.This guerdon of Prthu's seed is hard to win from others.”

Women can be won in a dice game & enslaved
Mahabharata 2:LXVI (p.128)...But Dussasana dragging Draupadi forcibly by her black locks while she was praying piteously unto Krishna and Vishnu who were Narayana and Nara (on earth), said unto her--'Whether thy season hath come or not, whether thou art attired in one piece of cloth or entirely naked, when thou hast been won at dice and made our slave, thou art to live amongst our serving-women as thou pleasest."

Wives are at there lord's disposal
...(p.129)...And beholding it all, Bhishma said, 'O blessed one, morality is subtle. I therefore am unable to duly decide this point that thou hast put, beholding that on the one hand one that hath no wealth cannot stake the wealth belonging to others, while on the other hand wives are always under the orders and at the disposal of their lords.

1000 Young Virgin Girls for personal services
Mahabharata 1:CCXXII And he of eyes like lotus-petals also gave unto them a thousand damsels well-skilled in assisting at bathing and at drinking, young in years and virgins all before their first-season, well-attired and of excellent complexion, each wearing a hundred pieces of gold around her neck, of skins perfectly polished, decked with every ornament, and well-skilled in every kind of personal service.

Beat & Rape Her
Brihadâranyaka Upanishad VI:4:6. 7. If she should not grant him his desire, he should bribe her. If she still does not grant him his desire, he should hit her with a stick or with his hand, and overcome her, saying: ‘With power, with glory I take away your glory!’ Thus she becomes inglorious.

Drugging maidens & slaughter opponents & take the maidens by force
Mahabharata 1:Section CII 'The wise have directed that when an accomplished person has been invited, a maiden may be bestowed on him, decked with ornaments and along with many valuable presents. Others again may bestow their daughters by accepting a couple of kine. Some again bestow their daughters by taking a fixed sum,and some take away maidens by force. Some wed with the consent of the maidens,some by drugging them into consent, and some by going unto the maidens' parents and obtaining their sanction. Some again obtain wives as presents for assisting at sacrifices.Of these, the learned always applaud the eighth form of marriage. Kings,however, speak highly of the Swyamvara (the fifth form as above) and themselves
wed according to it. But the sages have said that, that wife is dearly to be prized who is taken away by force, after the slaughter of opponents, from amidst the concourse of princes and kings invited to a self-choice ceremony. Therefore, ye monarchs,I bear away these maidens hence by force. Strive ye, to the best of your might, to vanquish me or to be vanquished. Ye monarchs, I stand here resolved to fight!' Kuru prince, endued with great energy,”

Abduction is not a sin

Mahabharata 13:XLIV (p.19) In forcibly abducting for marriage a girl that is bestowed upon the abductor by the girl’s kinsmen, with due rites, as also a girl for whom dower has been paid and accepted, there is no great sin.”

Mahabharata 13:44 The wise have said this, O king, to be the practice of the Asuras, viz., wedding a girl after purchasing her at a high cost and after gratifying the cupidity of her kinsmen. Slaying and cutting off the heads of weeping kinsmen, the bridegroom sometimes forcibly takes away the girl he would wed. Such wedding, O son, is called by the name of Rakshasa. Of these five (the Brahma, the Kshatra, the Gandharva, the Asura, and the Rakshasa), three are righteous, O Yudhishthira, and two are unrighteous...

Arjuna abducts a female for marriage
Mahabharata 1:1(p.8) When I heard that Subhadra of the race of Madhu had, after forcible seizure been married by Arjuna in the city of Dwaraka, and that the two heroes of the race of Vrishni (Krishna and Balarama the brothers of Subhadra) without resenting it had entered Indraprastha as friends,

Moon-god kidnaps the lord of prayer's wife & rapes her
Baghavata Purana  SB 9:14:4 After conquering the three worlds [the upper, middle and lower planetary systems], Soma, the moon-god, performed a great sacrifice known as the Rājasūya-yajña. Because he was very much puffed up, he forcibly kidnapped Bṛhaspati's wife, whose name was Tārā.

SB 9:14:9 Brhaspati blames his wife Tara for the rape after he finds out she fell pregnant with Soma's child

Soma,Indra & Brihaspati are rapist gods
Devi Bhagavatam 4:15:59-64. Look! The Moon stole away per force knowingly the wife of Brihaspatî; Indra, knowing what is religion stole away the wife of Gautama; Brihaspatî enjoyed forcibly the wife of his younger; and also he outraged his elder brother’s wife in her pregnant state and cursed the boy in the womb and...
Devi Bhagavatam 4:17:48. Was not the doing of Hari like a thief when he stole away the Lady Rukminî and fled quickly to his own place.

Instiututes of Vishnu 24:25. If he seizes her forcibly, it is called a Râkshasa marriage.
26. If he embraces her in her sleep, or while she is unconscious, it is called a Paisâka marriage.

Laws of Manu 3:33. The forcible abduction of a maiden from her home, while she cries out and weeps, after (her kinsmen) have been slain or wounded and (their houses) broken open, is called the Rakshasa rite.
34. When (a man) by stealth seduces a girl who is sleeping, intoxicated, or disordered in intellect, that is the eighth, the most base and sinful rite of the Pisakas. 

Vishnu [SBE7]  24:41. A damsel whose menses begin to appear (while she is living) at her father's house, before she has been betrothed to a man, has to be considered as a degraded woman: by taking her (without the consent of her kinsmen) a man commits no wrong.

Slap on the wrist for Rapist
Manu XI:174. A man who has committed a bestial crime, or an unnatural crime with a female, or has had intercourse in water, or with a menstruating woman, shall perform a Samtapana Krikkhra.
*Samtapana Krikkhra = period of fasting

The following verse frees a man of any responsibilty after impregnating a female slave
Manu 9:48. As with cows, mares, female camels, slave-girls, buffalo-cows, shegoats, and ewes, it is not the begetter (or his owner) who obtains the offspring, even thus (it is) with the wives of others.
9:54. If seed be carried by water or wind into somebody's field and germinates (there), the (plant sprung from that) seed belongs even to the owner of the field, the owner of the seed does not receive the crop.
55. Know that such is the law concerning the offspring of cows, mares, slave-girls,female camels, she-goats, and ewes, as well as of females of birds and buffalo-cows.

Manu 9:94. A man, aged thirty years, shall marry a maiden of twelve who pleases him, or a man of twenty-four a girl eight years of age; if (the performance of) his duties would (otherwise) be impeded, (he must marry) sooner.
Vishnu Purana III:10 If he marry,he must select a maiden who is of a third his age,one who has not too much hair,but is not without any,one who is not very black or yellow complexioned and who is not from birth a cripple or deformed...”
Mahabharata XLIV (p.18)A person of thirty years of age should wed a girl of ten years of age called a Nagnika. Or, a person of one and twenty years of age should wed a girl of seven years of age.
SBE 14:Baudhayana:Prasna 4:Adhyaya1
Let him give his daughter, while she still goes naked, to a man who has not broken the vow of chastity and who possesses good qualities, or even to one destitute of good qualities; let him not keep (the maiden) in (his house) after she has reached the age of puberty”

Sacred Laws of Arya:Gautama 18:21. A girl should be given in marriage before (she attains the age of) puberty
22.He who neglects it, commits sin
23.Some (declare, that a girl shall be given in marriage) before she wears clothes.

SBE 14:Vasishtha:17:70
‘Out of fear of the appearance of the menses let the father marry his daughter while she still runs about naked. For if she stays (in the house) after the age of puberty, sin falls on the father”

A Brahmin can have any wife even if she's married to a non-Brahmin
Atharva Veda 5:17:8 Even if ten former husbands—none a Brāhman—had espoused dame,And then a Brāhman took her hand, he is her husband, only he, 

More Slavery
Sudras will always be the slave of Brahmins
Laws of Manu 8:413. But a Sudra, whether bought or unbought, he may compel to do servile work; for he was created by the Self-existent (Svayambhu) to be the slave of a Brahmana.
414. A Sudra, though emancipated by his master, is not released from servitude; since that is innate in him, who can set him free from it?
Seven types of slaves
Manu 8:415. There are slaves of seven kinds, (viz.) he who is made a captive under a standard, he who serves for his daily food, he who is born in the house, he who is bought and he who is given, he who is inherited from ancestors, and he who is enslaved by way of punishment.
Sudras can’t own property
Manu 8:417. A Brahmana may confidently seize the goods of (his) Sudra (slave); for,as that (slave) can have no property, his master may take his possessions.
Sudras must remain in poverty
Manu X:129. No collection of wealth must be made by a Sudra, even though he be
able (to do it); for a Sudra who has acquired wealth, gives pain to Brahmanas.

Sudras are despicable
Manu 8:16 For divine justice (is said to be) a bull (vrisha); that (man) who violates it (kurute 'lam) the gods consider to be (a man despicable like) a Sudra (vrishala); let him, therefore, beware of violating justice.

Yajur Veda 17:38 O friendly countrymen, encourage the commander of the army, and begin the battle with him, who with his physical, mental and military strength, cleaves the enemies' families, usurps their land, is armed with weapons, slay's the foes, subdues the enemy in the battle, and conquers him.
Yaj Veda17:39 May the commander of the army, who, with surpassing vigour pierces in the battles the families of the enemies, is pitiless, wild with anger, unconquerable by foes, conqueror of the enemy's forces, unequalled in fight, and victor, protect our armies,
Yaj Veda 29:39 With military weapons let us win the Earth, with them the battle, with cannon let us win the ease-loving army of our foes. War-like weapons destroy the ambitions of the foeman. Armed with the bow may we subdue all regions.
 Yaj Veda 6:1 O king, just as the wise and aged persons, in this world, created by the Effulgent God, accept thee, with the force and strength of vital breaths, and attraction and retention of breath, the source of strength ; so do I.Just as I cut the throats of the sinners, so shouldst thou. Oking, thou hast the power of imparting virtue and removing vice,remove from us our despisers and foes.Just as I sanctify thee, the exponent of justice, for the display of knowledge, thee, the embodiment of truth, for spiritual advancement } thee, the administrator, for rule over the Earth ; so should these justice- loving people do.
Y Veda 6:2 O king, thou art our leader ; thou putteth upon the path of rectitude, even the leaders of a high order. Know thou this art of government. God the creator will rule over thee. Just as the state officials anoint thee with sweet juices and flower-laden herbs, so should the subjects do.Thy first duty is to undertake the spread of knowledge and the administration of justice.Thy second duty is to propagate religious truths. Thy foremost duty is to strengthen thy rule over the Earth.
Yaj Veda (Devi Chand) 6:6. O king,thou art the repository of knowledge like a sage.
The learned subjects obey thee in all directions.
May riches fit for men be secured by this intelligent devotee.
Thou art lustrous like the beams of the sun. 
May all people on the earth and all beasts of the forest be under thy control. 

Atharva Veda 5:8:4 Run, ye Fxertions, farther on By Indra's order smite and slay.As a wolf worrieth a sheep, so let not him escape from you while life remains. Stop fast his breath.
Atharva Veda 4:31:3 O Manyu, overcome those who assail us. On! breaking, slaying crushing down the foemen.They have not hindered thine impetuous vigour: mighty! sole born! reduce them to subjection.

Atharva Veda 12:5:67 Strike off the shoulders and the head.
68.Snatch thou the hair from off his head, and from his body strip the skin:
69.Tear out his sinews, cause his flesh to fall in pieces from his frame.
70.Crush thou his bones together, strike and beat the marrow out of him.
71.Dislocate all his limbs and joints.

Rig Veda 1:CLXXVI:4 Slay everyone who pours no gift, who, hard to reach, delights thee not.Bestow on us what wealth he hath: this even the worshipper awaits

Rg.Veda1:CXXXXII:1. HELPED, Indra Maghavan, by thee in war of old, may we subdue in fight the men who strive with us, conquer the men who war with us.This day that now is close at hand bless him who pours the Soma juice.In this our sacrifice may we divide the spoil, showing our strength, the spoil of war.

Rig Veda 1:31:6 Agni, thou savest in the synod when pursued e’en him, farseeing One! who walks in evil ways.Thou, when the heroes fight for spoil which men rush,round, slayest in war the many by the hands of few.

Ath Veda 10:5:50 Well-skilled, against this man I hurl the Water's bolt with four spikes, to cleave his head asunder.May it destroy all members of his body. Let the whole host of Gods approve my purpose.

Destroy ribs & extremities
Rg Veda 10:87:10 Look on the fiend mid men, as Man-beholder: rend thou his three extremities in pieces.Demolish with thy flame his ribs, O Agni, the Yātudhāna's root destroy thou triply.
Atharva Veda 5:20:5 Hearing the Drum's far-reaching voice resounding, let the foe's dame, waked by the roar, afflicted,Grasping her son, run forward in her terror amid the conflict of the deadly weapons.
Atharva Veda 10:5:42 We hunt that man, we beat him down and slay him with our murderous blows.We with the spell have hurried him to Parameshthin's opened jaws.
Mahabharata 7:CXCVIII:(p.465)..Even this is the duty of a Kshatriya, viz., to slay or be slain.

Thousands beheaded & maidens kidnapped
Mahabharata 1:CII:(p220) Bhishma cut off, with his arrows, on the field of battle,bows, and flagstaffs, and coats of mail, and human heads by hundreds and thousands...Then that foremost of all wielders of weapons having vanquished in battle all those monarchs, pursued his way towards the capital of the Bharatas, taking those maidens with him.

Mahabharata 1:II "The Rishis said, 'O son of Suta, we wish to hear a full and circumstantial account of the place mentioned by you as Samanta-panchaya.'
"Sauti said, 'Listen, O ye Brahmanas, to the sacred descriptions I utter O ye best of men, ye deserve to hear of the place known as Samanta-panchaka. In the interval between the Treta and Dwapara Yugas, Rama (the son of Jamadagni) great among all who have borne arms, urged by impatience of wrongs, repeatedly smote the noble race of Kshatriyas. And when that fiery meteor, by his own valour, annihilated the entire tribe of the Kshatriyas, he formed at Samanta-panchaka five lakes of blood. We are told that his reason being overpowered by anger he offered oblations of blood to the manes of his ancestors, standing in the midst of the sanguine waters of those lakes. It was then that his forefathers of whom Richika was the first having arrived there addressed him thus, 'O Rama, O blessed Rama, O offspring of Bhrigu, we have been gratified with the reverence

Invoke Indra for booty & spoils
Rig Veda 1:LXXXI:2 Thou, Hero, art a warrior, thou art giver of abundant spoil.Strengthening e’en the feeble, thou aidest the sacrificer, thou givest the offerer ample wealth.
3 When war and battles are on foot, booty is laid before the bold.Yoke thou thy wildly-rushing
Bays. Whom wilt thou slay and whom enrich? Do thou, O Indra, make us rich.
Rig Veda 1:CII:6 His arms win kine, his power is boundless in each act best, with a hundred helps, waker of battle's din Is Indra: none may rival him in mighty strength.Hence, eager for the spoil the people call on him.
Rig Veda 5:34:7 He gathers up for plunder all the niggard’s gear: excellent wealth he gives to him who offers gifts.Not even in wide stronghold may all the folk stand firm who have provoked to anger his surpassing might.
Rg Veda 5:35:1. INDRA, for our assistance bring that most effectual power of thine,Which conquers men for us, and wins the spoil, invincible in fight.
Rg Veda 9:41:4 Pour out on us abundant food, when thou art pressed, O Indu wealth In kine and gold and steeds and spoil.
Atharva Veda 4:22:7 Consume, with lion aspect, all their hamlets, with tiger aspect,drive away thy foemen.Sole lord and leader and allied with Indra, seize, conqueror,thine enemies' possessions.
Atharva Veda 4:31:2 Flashing like fire, be thou, O conquering Manyu, invoked, O victor, as our army's leader.Slay thou our foes, distribute their possession: show forth thy vigour, scatter those who hate us.
Atharva Veda 5:20:Victorious in the battle, loudly roaring, seizing what may be seized, look all around thee.Utter, O Drum, thy heavenly voice with triumph. Bring,as a priest, our enemies' possessions.
Atharva Veda 5:20:11 Foe-conqueror, victor, vanquishing opponents, seeker of booty,mastering, destroying.Speak out as a skilled speaker tells his counsel, speak strength to us that we may win the battle.

Rig Veda 1:CIII:6 To him the truly strong, whose deeds are many, to him the strong Bull let us pour the Soma.The Hero, watching like a thief in ambush, goes parting the possessions of the godless.

Manu confirms war booty is legal according to Vedas & describes what can be taken as spoils which includes women
ManuVII 96. Chariots and horses, elephants, parasols, money, grain, cattle, women, all sorts of (marketable) goods and valueless metals belong to him who takes them (singly) conquering (the possessor).
Manu VII:97. A text of the Veda (declares) that (the soldiers) shall present a choice portion (of the booty) to the king; what has not been taken singly, must be distributed by the king among all the soldiers.
Manu VII:204. The seizure of desirable property which causes displeasure, and its distribution which causes pleasure, are both recommendable, (if they are) resorted to at the proper time.

Stealing from Vaisyas & Sudras is not a sin
Manu XI:12 That article (required) for the completion of the sacrifice, may be taken (forcibly) from the house of any Vaisya, who possesses a large number of cattle, (but) neither performs the (minor) sacrifices nor drinks the Soma-juice;
13.(Or) the (sacrificer) may take at his pleasure two or three (articles required for a sacrifice) from the house of a Sudra; for a Sudra has no business with sacrifices.
14 & 15 Just take by force whatever you like from whomever

Rig Veda 9:LXXIII:5 O'er Sire and Mother they have roared in unison bright with the verse of praise, burning up riteless men,
Mahabharata 9:50 He then saw him in the regions of those foremost of men that perform the horse-sacrifice and the sacrifice in which human beings are slaughtered.
Binding Men To The Stake
Yajurveda 30:5 For Brahman (Priesthood) he binds a Brahman to the stake; for Kshatra (Royalty) a Râjanya; for the Maruts a Vaisya; for Penance a Sûdra; for Darkness a robber;for Hell a homicide or a man who has lost his consecrated fire; for Misfortune a eunuch; for Venality an Ayogû;for Kâma a harlot; for Excessive Noise a Mâgadha;..
22 .Now he ties up the eight following variform men:

Sati (Burning Widows)
Rg Veda 10:18:7 Let these unwidowed dames with noble husbands adorn themselves with fragrant balm and unguent.Decked with fair jewels, tearless, free from sorrow,first let the dames go up to where he lieth.
8 .Rise, come unto the world of life, O woman: come, he is lifeless by whose side thou liest…”
Atharva Veda 18:3:1 Choosing her husband's world, O man, this woman lays herself down beside thy lifeless body

We find burning of live women also practiced in the
Mahabharata 16:Mausala Parva:Section 7 The son of Pandu burnt the body of his uncle together with those four wives of his, using diverse kinds of scents and perfumed wood. As the *funeral pyre blazed up, a loud sound was heard of the burning wood and other combustible materials, along with the clear chant of Samans and the wailing of the citizens and others who witnessed the rite.

Widows are better off dead
Mahabharata 1:CXXXI:(p.253)'Women serve no purpose when their husbands are dead. She who liveth after her husband is dead, draggeth on a miserable existence that can hardly be called life. O bull of the Kshatriya order, death is a blessing to women without husbands.

1:CXXVI:(p.264)His wife Madri, beholding him placed in the funeral pyre and about to be consumed, herself ascended the same pyre, and sacrificing her life thus, hath gone with her lord to the region reserved for chaste wives.

The same practice of burning women are also found in
Vishnu Purana 5:XXXVIII
ARJUNA having found the bodies of Krishńa and of Ráma, performed for them, and the rest of the slain, the obsequial rites. The eight queens of Krishńa, who have been named, with Rukminí at their head, embraced the body of Hari, and entered the funeral fire ..
*Funeral pyre = a pile of wood used for burning a corpse during a death ritual

Kill enemy,along with his son & wife
Atharva Veda 10:5:36 With this I here invest the power and splendour, the life of that man and his vital breathing,the son of such a sire and such a woman, here do I overthrow and cast him downward.
Hindus shamelessly pray for death of enemies children
Rig Veda 7:CIV:11 May he be swept away, himself and children: may all the three earths press him down beneath them.May his fair glory, O ye Gods, be blighted, who in the day or night would fain destroy us.

Atharva Veda 10:1:17 As wind the trees, so smite and overthrow them:leave not cow,horse,or man of them surviving Return,O Krityā,unto those who made thee.Wake them from sleep to find that they are childless.

It’s not a sin to slay your son if you’re hungry
Laws of Manu X:105 Agigarta,who suffered hunger,approached in order to slay (his own) son ,and was not tainted by sin, since he (only) sought a remedy against famishing.

3 Hindu Mothers Kill Their Nine Children
Mahabharata 1:XCIV (p.200) And Bharata begat upon his three wives nine sons in all.But none of them were like their father and so Bharata was not at all pleased with them.Their mothers ,therefore,became angry and slew them all.

Mother drowns her babies in the river to please the gods.
Mahabharata 1:XCVIII (p.210) And the king, while thus enjoying himself with his wife, had eight children ...But, O Bharata, those children, one after another, as soon as they were born, were thrown into the river by Ganga who said, 'This is for thy good.' And the children sank to rise no more.

Killing women is a minor offence
Manu11:67. Stealing grain, base metals, or cattle, intercourse with women who drink spirituous liquor, slaying women, Sudras, Vaisyas, or Kshatriyas, and atheism, (are all) minor offences, causing loss of caste (Upapataka)

No intellect & discipline
Rig Veda 8:33:17 Indra himself hath said, The mind of woman brooks not discipline,Her intellect hath little weight.

Women,Sudra,dog,black birds are untruth
Satapatha Brahmana 14:1:1:31. And whilst not coming into contact with Sûdras and remains of food; for this Gharma is he that shines yonder, and he is excellence, truth,and light; but woman, the Sûdra, the dog, and the black bird (the crow), are untruth:he should not look at these, lest he should mingle excellence and sin, light and darkness, truth and untruth.

It's not sinful to deceive women
Mahabharata 12:CLXV (p.358)...A falsehood spoken in jest is not sinful; nor one that is spoken to a woman. O king, nor one that is spoken on an occasion of marriage; nor one spoken for benefiting one's preceptor; nor one spoken for saving one's own life. These five kinds of falsehood in speech, it has been said, are not sinful.

Women’ nature to seduce men & lead astray
Laws of Manu 2:213. It is the nature of women to seduce men in this (world); for that reason the wise are never unguarded in (the company of) females.
214. For women are able to lead astray in (this) world not only a fool, but even a learned man, and (to make) him a slave of desire and anger.

No Inheritance for women
Yajur Veda vi:5:8...therefore women are powerless, have no inheritance, and speak more humbly than even a bad man
Wife can have no property & wealth
Manu 8:416. A wife, a son, and a slave, these three are declared to have no property;the wealth which they earn is (acquired) for him to whom they belong.

Yajur Veda iii:1:9  (g) Manu divided his property among his sons.

Baudhayana Smriti - ii:2:3 The Veda (says), 'Manu divided his estate among his sons.'

Apastamba Smriti -2:6:14 He should, during his lifetime, divide his wealth equally amongst his sons, excepting the eunuch, the mad man, and the outcast

Women are sluts & have no knowledge of Vedas
Manu 9:17. (When creating them) Manu allotted to women (a love of their) bed, (of their) seat and (of) ornament, impure desires, wrath, dishonesty, malice, and bad conduct.
18. For women no (sacramental) rite (is performed) with sacred texts, thus the law is settled; women (who are) destitute of strength and destitute of (the knowledge of) Vedic texts, (are as impure as) falsehood (itself), that is a fixed rule.

No independence for women
Manu 5:147. By a girl, by a young woman, or even by an aged one, nothing must be done independently, even in her own house.
148. In childhood a female must be subject to her father, in youth to her husband,when her lord is dead to her sons; a woman must never be independent.

A proud wife must be eaten by dogs
Manu 8:371. If a wife, proud of the greatness of her relatives or (her own) excellence,violates the duty which she owes to her lord, the king shall cause her to be devoured by dogs in a place frequented by many.
Mahabharata 13:XXXVIII
“Yudhishthira said, ‘O best of the Bharatas, I wish to hear thee discourse on the disposition of women.
Women are said to be the root of all evil. They are all regarded as exceedingly frail.’
“Panchachuda said, ‘Even if high-born and endued with beauty and possessed of protectors, women wish to transgress the restraints assigned to them. This fault truly stains them, O Narada!
There is nothing else that is more sinful than women. Verily, women, are the root of all faults”

Mahabharata 13:XL…I shall also tell thee, O king, how women were created by the Grandsire Brahman and the object for which they were created by Him. There is no creature more sinful, O son, than women. Woman is a blazing fire. She is the illusion, O king, that the Daitya Maya created. She is the sharp edge of the razor. She is poison. She is a snake. She is fire. She is, verily, all these united together.

Women are despicable & can't be trusted
Manu 7:150. (Such) despicable (persons), likewise animals, and particularly women betray secret council; for that reason he must be careful with respect to them.

Laws Of Manu 8:270. A once-born man (a Sudra), who insults a twice-born man with gross invective, shall have his tongue cut out; for he is of low origin.
271. If he mentions the names and castes (gati) of the (twice-born) with contumely,an iron nail, ten fingers long, shall be thrust red-hot into his mouth.
272. If he arrogantly teaches Brahmanas their duty, the king shall cause hot oil to be poured into his mouth and into his ears.
279. With whatever limb a man of a low caste does hurt to (a man of the three) highest (castes), even that limb shall be cut off; that is the teaching of Manu.
280. He who raises his hand or a stick, shall have his hand cut off; he who in anger kicks with his foot, shall have his foot cut off.
281. A low-caste man who tries to place himself on the same seat with a man of a high caste, shall be branded on his hip and be banished, or (the king) shall cause his buttock to be gashed.
282. If out of arrogance he spits (on a superior), the king shall cause both his lips to be cut off; if he urines (on him), the penis; if he breaks wind (against him), the anus.
283. If he lays hold of the hair (of a superior), let the (king) unhesitatingly cut off his hands, likewise (if he takes him) by the feet, the beard, the neck, or the scrotum.
299. A wife, a son, a slave, a pupil, and a (younger) brother of the full blood, who have committed faults, may be beaten with a rope or a split bamboo,

Vishnu smriti 5:100. (If he offers him) spirituous liquor, he shall be put to death.

Cut off thieves hands
Manu 8:322. For (stealing) more than fifty (palas) it is enacted that the hands (of the offender) shall be cut off; but in other cases, let him inflict a fine of eleven times the value.
8:334. With whatever limb a thief in any way commits (an offence) against men, even of that (the king) shall deprive him in order to prevent (a repetition of the crime).

Vishnu smriti 5:77. He who has stolen a cow, or a horse, or a camel, or an elephant, shall have one hand, or one foot, cut off;
5:78 He who has stolen a goat, or a sheep, (shall have) one hand (cut off).
5:81. A stealer of gold, silver, or clothes, at a value of more than fifty Mâshas, shall lose both hands.

Atharva Veda II:14:5. Whether ye belong to (the demons) of inherited disease, whether ye have been dispatched by men, or whether ye have originated from the Dasyus (demon-like aborigines), vanish from here, O ye Sadânvâs!
Rig Veda X:96:8 At the swift draught the Soma-drinker waxed in might, the Iron One with yellow beard and yellow hair.
Rg Veda III:34:9 He gained possession of the Sun and Horses, Indra obtained the Cow who feedeth many.Treasure of gold he won; he smote the *Dasyus, and gave protection to the Āryan colour.
Rig Veda 1:9:3 O Lord of all men, fair of cheek, rejoice thee in the gladdening lauds,Present at these drink-offerings.
Rig Veda 1:C:18 He, much invoked, hath slain Dasyus and Śimyus, after his wont,and laid them low with arrows.The mighty Thunderer with his fair-complexioned friends won the land, the sunlight, and the waters.
Rg Veda 1:CI:1. SING, with oblation, praise to him who maketh glad, who with jiśvan drove the *dusky brood away.Fain for help, him the strong whose right hand wields the bolt, him girt by Maruts we invoke to be our Friend.

*dusky brood = dark offspring
*Dasyus = dark skin tribe

Rg Veda 1:130:8 Indra in battles help his Āryan worshipper, he who hath hundred helps at hand in every fray, in frays that win the light of heaven.Plaguing the lawless he gave up to Manu's seed the dusky skin;Blazing, ’twere, he burns each covetous man away, he burns, the tyrannous away.
Rg Veda 2:33:8 To him the strong, great, tawny, fair-complexioned, I utter forth a mighty hymn of praises.We serve the brilliant God with adorations, we glorify, the splendid name of Rudra.
Rg Veda 9:41:1. ACTIVE and bright have they come forth, impetuous in speed like bulls,Driving the black skin far away.
R Veda 9:73:5 O'er Sire and Mother they have roared in unison bright with the verse of praise, burning up riteless men,Blowing away with supernatural might from earth and from the heavens the *swarthy skin which Indra hates.
 *swarthy = dark complexion

One can easily see from the above verses where Hitler got his inspiration from.The swastika is also a sacred hindu symbol called svastika in sanskrit.No other religious book speaks of Aryan worshippers killing black skins.Also keep in mind that Hitler had a Hindu Guru for a spiritual advisor by the name of Savitri Devi.She convinced Hitler that he was an avatar of Vishnu.

Atharva Veda 2:12:6 Whoever either scorns us, O ye Maruts, or blames devotion which we now are paying.Let his own wicked deeds be fires to burn him. May Heaven consume the man who hates devotion.
Ath Veda 4:30:5 I bend the bow for Rudra that his arrow may strike and slay the hater of devotion.I rouse and order battle for the people, and I have penetrated Earth and Heaven.
Rig Veda 6:47:17 He loves no more the men he loved aforetime: he turns and moves away allied with others.Rejecting those who disregard his worship, Indra victorious lives through many autumns.
Slay godless foes
Atharva Veda 11:2:23 Homage be paid him with ten Sakvari verses who stands established in the air's mid-region, slaying non-sacrificing God-despisers!
Rig Veda 1:174:8 These thine old deeds new bards have sung, O Indra. Thou conqueredst,
boundest many tribes for ever.Like castles thou hast crushed the godless races, and bowed the godless scorner's deadly weapon.
Rg Veda 3:24:1. AGNI, subdue opposing bands, and drive our enemies away.Invincible,slay godless foes: give splendour to the worshipper.
Rg Veda 6:25:9 So urge our hosts together in the combats: yield up the godless bands that fight against us.
Rig Veda 7:93:5 When two great hosts, arrayed against each other, meet clothed with brightness, in the fierce encounter.Stand ye beside the godly, smite the godless; and still assist the men who press the Soma.
Questioning Vedas could lead to atheism
Laws of Manu 2:10. But by Sruti (revelation) is meant the Veda, and by Smriti (tradition) the Institutes of the sacred law: those two must not be called into question in any matter, since from those two the sacred law shone forth.
11. Every twice-born man, who, relying on the Institutes of dialectics, treats with contempt those two sources (of the law), must be cast out by the virtuous, as an atheist and a scorner of the Veda.

Manu 3:161. An epileptic man, who suffers from scrofulous swellings of the glands, one afflicted with white leprosy, an informer, a madman, a blind man, and he who cavils at the Veda must (all) be avoided.

Manu 4:163. Let him avoid atheism, cavilling at the Vedas, contempt of the gods,hatred, want of modesty, pride, anger, and harshness.

Atheists & Sudras must perish
Manu 8:22. That kingdom where Sudras are very numerous, which is infested by atheists and destitute of twice-born (inhabitants), soon entirely perishes, afflicted by famine and disease.

Death to those that reject Vedas
Vishnu Purana 3:17 (p.337) This deceptive vision shall wholly beguile the Daityas,so that, being led astray from the path of the Vedas, they may be put to death; for all gods, demons, or others, who shall be opposed to the authority of the Veda,shall perish by my might, whilst exercised for the preservation of the world.

Don't speak to infidels
Vishnu Purana 3:18 (p.343)In consequence of the fault committed by Śatadhanu, by speaking to an infidel when he was engaged in a solemn fast, he was born again as a dog.
Avoid contact with Unbelievers
Vishnu Purana 3:18 (p.345)...Let therefore a man carefully avoid the discourse or contact of an unbeliever, especially at seasons of devotion, much greater need must there be of expiation after encountering one who has wholly abandoned the Vedas? one who is supported by infidels, or who disputes the doctrines of holy writ?Let not a person treat with even the civility of speech, heretics, those who do forbidden acts, pretended saints, scoundrels, sceptics and hypocrites. Intercourse with such iniquitous wretches, even at a distance, all association with schismatics, defiles; let a man therefore carefully avoid them....These are the unrighteous heretics to whom a man must not give shelter, and speaking to whom effaces whatever merit he may that day have obtained. Men, indeed,fall into hell as the consequence of only conversing with those who unprofitably assume the twisted hair, and shaven crown; with those who feed without offering food to gods, spirits, and guests; and those who are excluded from the presentation of cakes, and libations of water, to the manes.”

Mahbharata 3:189 (p.387) In this story atheists are associated with thieves & calamitous events

Atheists can't attain salvation
Bhagavata Purana SB 7:1:32 Somehow or other, one must consider the form of Kṛṣṇa very seriously. Then, by one of the five different processes mentioned above, one can return home, back to Godhead. Atheists like King Vena, however, being unable to think of Kṛṣṇa's form in any of these five ways, cannot attain salvation. Therefore, one must somehow think of Kṛṣṇa, whether in a friendly way or inimically.
Srimad Bhagavatam 10:48:23 You originally enunciated the ancient religious path of the Vedas for the benefit of the whole universe. Whenever that path becomes obstructed by wicked persons following the path of atheism, You assume one of Your incarnations, which are all in the transcendental mode of goodness.

Manu 4:30. Let him not honour, even by a greeting, heretics, men who follow forbidden occupations, men who live like cats, rogues, logicians, (arguing against the Veda,) and those who live like herons.

Vedas  Are Eternal
Manu 3:284. They call (the manes of) fathers Vasus, (those of) grandfathers Rudras, and (those of) great-grandfathers Adityas; thus (speaks) the eternal Veda.


It's okay to lie
Mahabharata 8:69Truth may be unutterable, and even falsehood may be utterable where falsehood would become truth and truth would become falsehood. In a situation of peril to life and in marriage, falsehood becomes utterable. In a situation involving the loss of one's entire property, falsehood becomes utterable. On an occasion of marriage, or of enjoying a woman, or when life is in danger, or when one's entire property is about to be taken away, or for the sake of a Brahmana, falsehood may be uttered. These five kinds of falsehood have been declared to be sinless

Harass foe & ruin his property
Manu VII: 195. When he has shut up his foe (in a town), let him sit encamped, harass his kingdom, and continually spoil his grass, food, fuel, and water.
Manu 4:61. Let him not dwell in a country where the rulers are Sudras, nor in one which is surrounded by unrighteous men, nor in one which has become subject to heretics, nor in one swarming with men of the lowest castes.

Thief must be killed by an elephant
Manu 8:34. Property lost and afterwards found (by the king's servants) shall remain in the keeping of (special) officials; those whom the king may convict of stealing it, he shall cause to be slain by an elephant.

Discrimination against the elderly,women & disabled
Manu 149. At the time of consultation let him cause to be removed idiots, the dumb, the blind, and the deaf, animals, very aged men, women, barbarians, the sick, and those deficient in limbs.
150. (Such) despicable (persons), likewise animals, and particularly women betray secret council; for that reason he must be careful with respect to them.

Put to death those who touch lower castes
Vishnu [SBE] 5:104. If one who (being a member of the Kandâla or some other low caste) must not be touched, intentionally defiles by his touch one who (as a member of a twice-born caste) may be touched (by other twice-born persons only), he shall be put to death.
105. If a woman in her courses (touches such a person), she shall be lashed with a whip
Those who act like demons are booty
Rig Veda 10:87:8 Here tell this forth, O Agni: whosoever is, he himself, or acteth as,a demon,Him grasp, O thou Most Youthful, with thy fuel. to the Mati-seer's eye give him as booty.

King’s anger destroys family & cattle
Laws of Manu 7:9. Fire burns one man only, if he carelessly approaches it, the fire of a king's (anger) consumes the (whole) family, together with its cattle and its hoard of property.

Degraded people must eat off the floor with animals
To eat a Sudra's food, to associate with him, to sit in the same place with, him, and receive knowledge by his instruction, would cause degradation even to one who resembles the kindled fire.”         - ( Parashara Smriti ,Ch 12 verse 34)
Vishnu Purana 3:18 (p.305) Having uttered this prayer, let the devout believer cast the food upon the ground, for the nourishment of all kinds of beings; for the householder is thence the supporter of them all. Let him scatter food upon the ground for dogs, outcasts, birds, and all fallen and degraded persons.

Decapitation for teaching sacrificial mystery
Satapatha Brahmana 14:1:1:19. He then was spoken to by Indra saying, 'If thou teachest this (sacrificial mystery) to any one else, I shall cut off thy head.'
22. He said, 'I was spoken to by Indra saying, ‘If thou teachest this to any one else, I shall cut off thy head;’ therefore I am afraid lest he should indeed cut off my head:I cannot take you as my pupils 

Ath. Veda 16:7:5 Him whom hates us may his soul hate,and may him whom we hate,hate himself

Ath. Veda 2:11:3  Use spells against the man we hate, against the man who hateth us.
Ath Veda 6:26:3 May the immortal, thousand eyed, dwell otherwhere apart from us.Let him afflict the man we hate: smite only him who is our foe.
Ath Veda 2:19:1 Burn thou, O Agni, with that heat of thine against the man who hates us, whom we hate.
Ath Veda 3:6:3 As thou hast rent and torn apart, Asvattha! in the mighty sea,So rend asunder all those men who hate me and whom I detest.
Ath Veda Death and Misfortune we expel, Malignity we drive away.O Agni, thou who eatest not the corpse, eat him who hateth us:  him whom we hate we send to thee.
Have Faith in a thief
Rig Veda 2:12:5 Of whom, the Terrible, they ask, Where is He? or verily they say of him, He is not.He sweeps away, like birds, the foe's possessions. Have faith in him, for He, O men, is Indra.

It's divine to eat cow dung,drink cow urine & bathe in it.
Mahabharata LXXXI (p120)One should, indeed, always confer happiness on them. One should, always reverence kine and worship them, with bends of one’s head. He who does this, restraining his senses the while and filled with cheerfulness, succeeds in attaining to that felicity which is enjoyed by kine (and which kine alone can confer). One should for three days drink the hot urine of the cow.
Mahabharata LXXVIII One should always bathe, using cow-dung at the time. One should sit on dried cowdung. One should never cast one’s urine and excreta and other secretions on cowdung.
Manu 11:92. Or he may drink cow’s urine, water, milk, clarified butter or (liquid) cowdung boiling-hot, until he dies;
11:213. (Subsisting on) the urine of cows, cowdung, milk, sour milk, clarified butter, and a decoction of Kusa-grass, and fasting during one (day and) night, (that is) called a Samtapana Krikkhra.

Men burnt to death & women eaten by dogs in public
Manu 8:371. If a wife, proud of the greatness of her relatives or (her own) excellence, violates the duty which she owes to her lord, the king shall cause her to be devoured by dogs in a place frequented by many.
372. Let him cause the male offender to be burnt on a red-hot iron bed; they shall put logs under it, (until) the sinner is burned (to death).
377. But even these two, if they offend with a Brahmani (not only) guarded (but the wife of an eminent man), shall be punished like a Sudra or be burnt in a fire of dry grass.

Purify yourself with a gift if you kill adulterous women
Manu 11:139. For killing adulterous women of the four castes, he must give, in order to purify himself, respectively a leathern bag, a bow, a goat, or a sheep.

Sage orders his sons to kill his adulterous wife
Bhagavata Purana SB 9:16:5 The great sage Jamadagni understood the adultery in the mind of his wife. Therefore he was very angry and told his sons, "My dear sons, kill this sinful woman!" But the sons did not carry out his order.
Sage orders youngest son to kill his mother & brothers
SB 9:16:6 Jamadagni then ordered his youngest son, Paraśurāma, to kill his brothers, who had disobeyed this order, and his mother, who had mentally committed adultery. Lord Paraśurāma, knowing the power of his father, who was practiced in meditation and austerity, killed his mother and brothers immediately.
Vishnu Purana 3:11(p.309)...He who commits adultery is punished both here and hereafter; for his days in this world are cut short, and when dead he falls into hell..."

Vishnu [SBE] 5:43. He who has had connection with a woman of one of the lowest castes, shall be put to death.
Manu 8:359. A man who is not a Brahmana ought to suffer death for adultery (samgrahana); for the wives of all the four castes even must always be carefully guarded.

Angry Gods give cruel orders & speak terror
Atharva Veda 12:4:28 He who hath heard her verses and still makes her roam among his kine.The Gods in anger rend away his life and his prosperity

Ath Vda 4:31:7 For spoil let Varuna and Manyu give us the wealth of both sides gathered and collected;And let our enemies with stricken spirits, o'er-whelmed with.terror,sling away defeated.
Rg Veda 4:17:7 Moreover, when thou first wast born, O Indra, thou struckest terror into all the people.

Atharva Veda 5:21:3 (p.a182) …Bedewed with sacrifial oil,speak terror to our enemies.
Atharva Veda 16:7:2 I summon him with the awful cruel orders of the Gods.
Rig Veda 1:17311 For every sacrifice makes Indra stronger, yea, when he goes around angry in spirit;
Atharva Veda 13:1:28 Both kindling and inflamed, adored with butter and enhanced thereby.May conquering Agni, conqueror of all, destroy mine enemies.
29. Let him smite down in death and burn the foeman who attacketh me.
Atharva Veda 8:8:2 Let Pūtirajju with her breath corrupt and putrefy that host,And terror smite our foemen's heart when fire and smoke are seen afar.
Ath.Veda  1:19:4 The rival and non-rival, he who in his hatred curses us May all the deities injure him! My nearest, closest mail is prayer.

Yajur Veda 17:39 Piercing the cow-stalls with surpassing vigour, Indra, the pitiless Hero, wild with anger,Victor in fight, unshaken and resistless,—may he protect our armies in our battles.
Srimad Bhagavatam 10:25:2 Angry Indra sent forth the clouds of universal destruction, known as Sāḿvartaka. Imagining himself the supreme controller, he spoke as follows
SB 10:25:3 [Indra said:] Just see how these cowherd men living in the forest have become so greatly intoxicated by their prosperity! They have surrendered to an ordinary human being, Kṛṣṇa, and thus they have offended the gods.

Atharva Veda III:1,7.7 Do thou, O Agni, drag hither the sorcerers, bound in shackles; then Indra with his thunderbolt shall cut off their heads! 
Atharva Veda III:1,8,3 Slay the offspring of the sorcerer, O soma-drinking (Indra), and subject (him)! Make drop out the farther and the nearer eye of the braggart (demon)!
Atharva veda 10:1:19 ...Let that go back to whence it came, turn thither like a horse and kill the children of the sorcerer.
23.Bhava and Sarva cast the flash of lightning, the weapon of the Gods, against the sinner who made the evil thing, who deals in witchcraft!
31.The brood of wizard, sorcerer, the purposer of evil deed.Crush thou, O Krityā spare not, kill those practisers of magic arts.

Slaughtering cows is witchcraft
Atharva Veda 12:5:39 Her slaughter is the sin of witchcraft, her cutting-up is a thunder- bolt, her undigested grass is a secret spell.

Rg Veda 6:LXXII:1. GREAT is this might of yours, Indra and Soma: the first high exploits were your own achievements.Ye found the Sun ye found the light of heaven: ye killed all darkness and the Gods’ blasphemers.

Ath.Veda 12:5:60 O Cow, break thou the head of him who wrongs the Brāhmans,criminal, niggard, blasphemer of the Gods.
61.Let Agni burn the spiteful wretch when crushed to death and slain by thee.
Ath. Veda 5:18:8 His voice an arrow's neck, his tongue a bowstring, his windpipes fire-enveloped heads of arrows,With these the Brāhman pierces through blasphemers, with God-sped bows that quell the hearts within them.
Atharva Veda 11:2:21 Covet not thou our kine or men, covet not thou our goats or sheep.Elsewhither,strong One! turn thine aim: destroy the mockers' family.

Bhagavata Purana  SB:4:4:17 Sati continued: If one hears an irresponsible person blaspheme the master and controller of religion, one should block his ears and go away if unable to punish him. But if one is able to kill, then one should by force cut out the blasphemer's tongue and kill the offender, and after that one should give up his own life.

Blasphemers will cook in hell for as long as sun & moon exists (Scientists say sun will exist for another 6 billion years)
Brahmavaivarta Purana 4.1.61. The pious credits earned in a hundred births are at once destroyed for they who blaspheme Lord Krsna or His saintly devotee.
62 They are cooked in the terrible hell called Kumbhipaka. They are eaten by worms for as long as the sun and moon exist.
63 Simply by seeing such a blasphemer all one’s piety is destroyed. If he sees him, a wise man bathes in the Ganga or glances at the sun, and in that way becomes purified.


Instant paradise for murderous Kings
Manu VII:89. Those kings who, seeking to slay each other in battle, fight with the utmost exertion and do not turn back, go to heaven.

Slain Fighters Are Rewarded with Virgins (asparas) in Paradise
Mahabharata 12:98:(p.214) Foremost of Apsaras, numbering by thousands, go out with great speed (for receiving the spirit of the slain hero) coveting him for their lord.
Parashara Smriti 3:28“Celestial damsels seize for themselves, and take delight with the hero, whose body is wounded or cut by arrows, clubs, or maces.”

3:29“Thousands of celestial damsels, rush forward in a hurry towards a hero killed in battle, each proclaiming, 'He is my lord, he is mine'.”

3:31“If victorious, wealth is won; if death results, beautiful women fall to his share; since this corporeal frame is liable to perish in an instant's time , why should we be shy of meeting death on a field of battle?”

(Parashara Smriti ,Ch 6 verses 32 – 33)
 “When a Brahman through ignorance chances to eat any food that belongs to one of the Chandala caste, he should purify himself by living on half-ripe barley and cow's urine for ten nights. The barley should be steeped in the cow's urine, and one mouthful thereof should be taken day by day ; for ten days he must live a  blameless life ; this is the penance prescribed for him.”          
[ Srimad Bhagvatam , Canto 10, Ch 6, text- 20 , Translated by  A.C. Bhaktivedanta  Prabhupada, Bhaktivedanta Book Trust International]
The child was thoroughly washed with cow urine and then smeared with the dust raised by the movements of the cows. Then different names of the Lord were applied with cow dung on twelve different parts of His body, beginning with the forehead, as done in applying tilaka. In this way, the child was given protection.”     

[ Srimad Bhagvatam , Canto 10, Ch 8]
 “When Krsna and Balarama, with the strength of Their legs, crawled in the muddy places created in Vraja by cow dung and cow urine… Dressed with muddy earth mixed with cow dung and cow urine, the babies looked very beautiful, and when They went to Their mothers, both Yasoda and Rohini picked Them up with great affection, embraced Them and allowed Them to suck the milk flowing from their breasts.”       

Vishnu Smriti,Ch-23 , verses 52-53,
 Flies, saliva dropping from the mouth, a shadow, a cow, an elephant, a horse, sun-beams, dust, the earth, air, fire, and a cat are always pure. Such drops as fall from the mouth of a man upon any part of his body do not render it impure, nor do hairs of the beard that enter his mouth, nor remnants of his food adhering to his teeth.”

(Manu Smriti) Chap - 5 , verse 133
 Flies, drops of water, a shadow, a cow, a horse, the rays of the sun, dust, earth, the wind, and fire one must know to be pure to the touch.”

Parashara Smriti Ch 6, Verse 47
 “…The house should be washed with cow-dung and water, mixed together.”


The Laws of Manu, Ch 5 verse 134
 “In order to cleanse (the organs) by which urine and faeces are ejected, earth and water must be used, as they may be required, likewise in removing the (remaining ones among) twelve impurities of the body”

The Laws of Manu, Ch 5 verses 136-137,
 “He who desires to be pure, must clean the organ by one (application of) earth, the anus by (applying earth) three (times), the (left) hand alone by (applying it) ten (times), and both (hands) by (applying it) seven (times). Such is the purification ordained for householders; (it shall be) double for students, treble for hermits, but quadruple for ascetics.”

 Yajurveda, Ch 16, verse 45, pg-174, Translated by Devi Chand)
 Homage to him who deals in dry fruits, and to him who deals in green vegetables. Respects to him who lives in a sandy place, and to him who lives in distant places. Homage to him who is expert in the knowledge of invisible things, and to him who is expert in the kuowledge of visible things. Homage to him who is skilled in murdering, and to him who gives condign punishment.”