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Vashishtha Smriti

Vashistha is one of the oldest and most revered Vedic rishis. He is one of the Saptarishis (seven great Rishis) of India.Vasiṣṭhasmṛti (वसिष्ठस्मति) is the

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Satatapa Smriti

Satatapa/Satyatapa was a sage mentioned in Varhapurana who was earlier a hunter. The main concept of this Smriti is- ‘Whether brief or detailed, if karma

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Gautama Smriti

The famous sage who authored Nyaya Sutra (also called as Akshapada) and Dharma Sutra was also credited with the authorship of a Smriti.Gautam’s Smriti not

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Daksha Smriti

Daksha Prajapathi is the author of this Smriti as it is known by his name. The work is in 7 chapters and 220 verses. The

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Likhita Smriti

Liakhita Smriti is told in 93 verses by Sage Likhita. Sage Likhita is considered as an authority by the followers of Shukla Yajurvedins. He is

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Sankha Smriti

Written by Sage Sankha brother of sage likhita and son of sage Sandilya. The Smriti contains 18 chapters and 350 verses are prose-verse. The Varna

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Vyasa Smriti

It has a special place in Smritis. In this, the verses are related to varnasrama-dharma are compiled ‘Dharman varna vyasyasitana’ (Vyas Smriti). There are 4

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Parashara Smriti

According to the Puranic genealogy, Parashar Rishi is actually the grandson of Brahmarishi Vasishth and therefore, a great-grandson of the Creator-god Brahma. He is also

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Brihaspati Smriti

In ancient Hindu literature Brihaspati is a Vedic era sage who counsels the gods. Brihaspati Sutras manuscript has been lost to history or yet to

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Katyayana Smriti

Kātyāyana (कात्यायन) also spelled as Katyayana (c. 2nd century BC) was a Sanskrit grammarian, mathematician and Vedic priest who lived in ancient India.Katyayana Smriti contains

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