Atri (Sanskrit: अत्रि) or Attri is a Vedic sage, who is credited with composing a large number of hymns to Agni, Indra and other Vedic deities of Hinduism. Atri is . Atri Smriti. Katyayna Smriti. Parashara Smriti. Manu Smriti. Aushanasa Smriti. Harita Smriti. Gautama Smriti. Yama Smriti. Upsmritis. 1. What Atri Smriti is saying is, that (santapana) is the punishment for having unnatural sexual intercourse with any female animals except a cow.
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11 Atri Smriti
Can a man discharge semen in a cow. Intercourse with all animals is forbidden, it’s just that the Prayaschitta required is more arduous in the case of a cows than in the case of another animal.
Here is what the Atri Smriti says in context:. Prajapatya is laid down for holding sexual intercourse with a beast, or with a harlot.
By holding intercourse with a cow, one should perform a Chandrayana spoken of by Manu. By discharging semen into inhuman females except a cow, into a woman in [her] smrihi, into others that have no female organs i.
Oh ok just now realised what you are actually asking. What Atri Smriti is saying isthat santapana is the punishment for having unnatural sexual intercourse with any female animals except a cow. In case of a similar offence against a cow, the punishment is even more severe. And this is mentioned in just the previous verse of the same chapter.
I am giving both the verses here. Prajapatya is- laid down for holding sexual intercourse with a beast, or with a harlot. By holding intercourse with a cow, one should perform- a Chandrayana spoken of by Manu. By discharging semen into inhuman females except a cow, into a woman in [her] menses, into others smritk have no female attri a man or a eunuchor into water one should perform the penance of Santapanam.
Santapana is relatively a lot easy to perform. Whereas, Chandrayana is a much smrifi difficult prayaschitta or penance which involves prolonged fasting.
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Definitions of Chandrayana and Samtapana penances from Manu Smriti are given below: Subsisting on the urine of cows, cowdung, milk, sour milk, clarified butter, and a decoction of Kusagrass, and fasting during one day and night, that is called a Samtapana Krikkhra. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Atri Smriti, Chapter 1, Verse ” Mr Anurag Singh who discharge semen in the Mother?
Rishi i think his question is genuine though it looks as rude as Cow is sacred for us. Anurag, you can edit it a bit or add note mentioning no offense. Rishi You never know. The perverts can do anything. Rishi I do not intend to do put smriri some abusive talks. I just asked- why would Atri say that we should not discharge semen in any inhuman female other than cow. I do not mean that I want to do the wtri, I disgust this.
Instead of protesting to close the question, ask and argue why this would be written in our Scriptures. I know that it is not promoted like a festival, but why would this still not even be condemned- not discharging semen in any inhuman femaleexcept for cow.
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TheDestroyer I do never mean any offense here. And I am not like a wanton brute who would like to talk dirty things here.
And thank you that you understood it. Here is what amriti Atri Smriti says in context: So this was all the case of misinterpretation. I should have read the preceding verses also. Keshav thank you so much. You are really so great.
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Yes I now understood. It was all misinterpretation due to not studying preceding verses. Even I was thinking- how could our Scriptures say not to discharge semen in any inhuman female other than cow.