But the dwellings of Kandala and Svapaka shall be outside the
village, they must be made Apapatras, and their wealth (shall be)
dogs and donkeys.
Their dress (shall be) the garments of the dead, (they shall eat)
their food from broken dishes, black iron (shall be) their
ornaments, and they must always wander from place to place.
A man who fulfils a religious duty, shall not seek intercourse with
them; their transactions (shall be) among themselves, and their
marriages with their equals.
Their food shall be given to them by others (than an Aryan giver) in
a broken dish; at night they shall not walk about in villages and in
By day they may go about for the purpose of their work,
distinguished by marks at the king's command, and they shall carry
out the corpses (of persons) who have no relatives; that is a