Apastamba Dharmasutra

''Āpastamba Dharmasūtra'' is a Sanskrit text and one of the oldest Dharma-related texts of Hinduism that have survived into the modern age from the 1st-millennium BCE. It is one of three extant Dharmasutras texts from the Taittiriya school of Krishna Yajurveda, the other two being ''Baudhayana Dharmasutra'' and ''Hiranyakesin Dharmasutra''.

The ''Gautama Dharmasutra'' is part of ''Apastamba Kalpasutra'' collection, along with ''Apastamba Shrautasutra'' and ''Apastamba Grihyasutra''. It is one of the best preserved ancient texts on Dharma.

The text is notable for its broad minded and liberal views on women and all social classes. It is also notable for mentioning and citing views of ten ancient experts on Dharma, which has led scholars to conclude that there existed a rich genre of Dharmasutras text in ancient India before this text was composed. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Āpastamba
Published 1868
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Published 1868
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Published 1879
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by Āpastamba
Published 1882
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by Āpastamba
Published 1887
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by Āpastamba
Published 1887
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by Āpastamba
Published 1887
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by Apastamba
Published 1892
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Published 1892
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by Āpastamba
Published 1892
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by Āpastamba
Published 1892
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by Āpastamba ca. v5. Jh.
Published 1944
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