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- This is one of the eight classical forms of Hindu marriage illustrated in the Apastamba Grhyasutra. In this form, the girl selects her own husband.
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- [Grhyasutras and Dharmasutras] provide ample evidence of the eating of flesh including beef… The ceremonial welcome of guests (sometimes known as arghya but generally as madhuparka) consisted… of the flesh of a cow or bull… [At] the sacred thread ...
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- According to Apastamba Grhyasutra, it is the method of marriage where the girl selects her own husband. They meet each other on their own accord, consensually agree to live together. This form of marriage do not require the consent of anyone else.
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- Domestic Vedic rites, or grhya sutras, list how different meats influence a child's nature.
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