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1. If the bees make honey in his house,
2. Let him fast and sacrifice a hundred and eight pieces of Udumbara wood, which are besmeared with curds, honey, and ghee, with the two (verses), 'No (harm) to us in our offspring' (Rig-veda I, 114, 8. 9).
3 3. And let him murmur the hymn, 'For welfare may Indra and Agni' (Rig-veda VII, 35); and (the same hymn should be used) at all (ceremonies), such
as that of the sacrifice after assent has been declared (see above, I, 7, 1).
4 4. After he has sacrificed seventeen one span long pieces of Palâsa wood, he then seizes the Sruva.
5. Fifteen at the full and new moon sacrifices.
6 6. At the Ashtakâ ceremony in the middle of the rainy season there may optionally be three (pieces of wood); the sacrifice as at the Pitriyagña.
139:3 10, 3. This is a supplementary rule belonging to the exposition of the general type of sacrifice. On the 'Pratisruta' sacrifice, see I, 7, seqq.; I, 9, 19.
140:4 See I, 9, 1. 3.
140:6 Comp. III, 13, 1 with the note.