If the ,future husband of a maiden dies after troth verbally plighted, her brother in law shall wed her according to the following rule.
He who, recollecting his former existences, again recites the Veda, gains endless bliss by the continual study of the Veda.
Through a son he conquers the worlds, through a son s son he obtains immortality, but through his son s grandson he gains the world of the sun.
He who uses without permission a carriage, a bed, a seat, a well, a garden or a house belonging to an ,other man , takes upon himself one fourth of ,the owner s guilt.
Let him reverentially salute venerable men ,who visit him , give them his own seat, let him sit near them with joined hands and, when they leave, ,accompany them , walking behind them.
To the maiden ,sisters the brothers shall severally give ,portions out of their shares, each out of his share one fourth part, those who refuse to give ,it , will become outcasts.
A man who crushes clods, tears off grass, or bites his nails, goes soon to perdition, likewise an informer and he who neglects ,the rules of purification.
As He pleases, He engages us, such is His glorious greatness.
Within his home, he finds the home of his own inner being, the True Guru blesses him with greatness.
Preserve me in Your Sanctuary, and bless me with the glorious greatness of the Lord s Name, there is no other Giver as great as You.
I offer my prayer to the Perfect Guru, please save me, and bless me with Your glorious greatness.
Such is His glorious greatness He Himself causes all to act, no one is a warrior or a coward.
A virtuous king must not take for himself the property of a man guilty of mortal sin, but if he takes it out of greed, he is tainted by that guilt ,of the offender .
Let him never bathe in tanks belonging to other men, if he bathes ,in such a one , he is tainted by a portion of the guilt of him who made the tank.
Though ,by his learning and sanctity he may be entitled to accept presents, let him not attach himself ,too much to that ,habit , for through his accepting ,many presents the divine light in him is soon extinguished.
Let him not wrangle, let him not wear a garland over ,his hair . To ride on the back of cows ,or of oxen is anyhow a blamable act.
Let him not step on hair, ashes, bones, potsherds, cotton seed or chaff, if he desires long life.
Let him never play with dice, nor himself take off his shoes, let him not eat, lying on a bed, nor what has been placed in his hand or on a seat.
God is the all powerful Creator, the Cause of causes. He preserves the whole world, reaching out with His hand.
Let him not scratch his head with both hands joined, let him not touch it while he is impure, nor bathe without ,submerging it.
Let him, though suffering in consequence of his righteousness, never turn his heart to unrighteousness, for he will see the speedy overthrow of unrighteous, wicked men.
When the True Guru united me, then I was naturally united with my Husband Lord, and now, I keep Him clasped to my heart.
Chanting the Name of the Lord the heart lotus blossoms forth, and through the Name of the Lord, I have obtained the nine treasures.
I constantly, lovingly cherish my Beloved within my heart, through the True Guru, I see my Husband Lord.
The realm of that king who takes his share in kind, though he does not punish thieves, ,will be disturbed and he ,will lose heaven.