But men excluded (by the Aryans, vahya), who approach females of
higher rank, beget races (varna) still more worthy to be excluded,
low men (hina) still lower races, even fifteen (in number).
A Dasyu begets on an Ayogava (woman) a Sairandhra, who is skilled in
adorning and attending (his master), which, (though) not a slave,
lives like a slave, (or) subsists by snaring (animals).
A Vaideha produces (with the same) a sweet voiced Maitreyaka, who,
ringing a bell at the appearance of dawn, continually. Praises
A Nishada begets (on the same) a Margava (or) Dasa, who subsists by
working as a boatman, (and) whom the inhabitants of Aryavarta call a
Those three base-born ones are severally begot on Ayogava women, who
wear the clothes of the dead, are wicked, and eat reprehensible