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1 1. 'Under my will I take thy heart; my mind shall thy mind follow; in my word thou shalt rejoice with all thy heart; may Brihaspati join thee to me.'
2 2. 'Thou art the Brahmakârin of Kâma, N.N.!'
3 3. With the same text (see chap. 3, 2) he turns round as before,
4. And touching with the span of his right hand (the student's) right shoulder, he murmurs:
5 5. 'A student art thou. Put on fuel. Eat water. Do the service. Do not sleep in the day-time. Keep silence till the putting on of fuel.'
6. With (the words), 'Thine, Agni, is this piece of wood,' he puts the fuel on (the fire), or silently.
65:1 4, 1. Comp. Pârask. I, 8, 8, and the note on chap. 3, 3. See also Atharva-veda VI, 94, 2.
65:2 As to Kâmasya brahmakâry asi, see my remarks in the Introduction, p. 9.
65:3 He turns round as described, chap. 3, 2. Nârâyana here also explains paryâvritya paryâvartanam kârayitvâ. See our note above, loc. cit.
66:5 According to Nârâyana the student correspondingly answers, to the teacher's word, 'A student art thou,' 'I will' (asâni), to 'Put on fuel,' 'I will put it on,' &c. Eating water means sipping water after having eased oneself. On the putting on of fuel, comp. Sûtra 6 and chap. 10. The whole formula given in this Sûtra is already found in the Satapatha Brâhmana XI, 5, 4, 5.