Six sons, begotten (by Aryans) on women of equal and the next lower
castes (Anantara), have the duties of twice-born men; but all those
born in consequence of a violation (of the law) are, as regards
their duties, equal to Sudras.
By the power of austerities and of the seed (from which they
sprang), these (races) obtain here among men more exalted or lower
rank in successive births.
But in consequence of the omission of the sacred rites, and of their
not consulting Brahmanís, the following tribes of Kshatriya have
gradually sunk in this world to the condition of Sudras;
(Viz.) the Paun-drakas, the Kodas, the Dravida, the Kambogas, the
Yavanas, the Sakas, the Paradas, the Pahlavas, the Kinas, the
Kiratas, and the Daradas.
All those tribes in this world, which are excluded from (the
community of) those born from the mouth, the arms, the thighs, and
the feet (of Brahman), are called Dasyu, whether they speak the
language of the Mlekkhas (barbarians) or that of the Aryans.