Shayast la Shayastby E. W. West
If one shall die on a terrace roof (ban), when one of his limbs, or a hair, remains
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If one shall die on a terrace roof (ban), when one of his limbs, or a hair, remains behind at the edge of the roof, the roof is polluted for the size of the body as far as the water; and they should carry down all the sacred twigs (barsom) in the house, from the place where the pollution is, until there are thirty steps of three feet to the sacred twigs, so that the sacred twigs may not be polluted; and when his hair or limb has not come to the eaves (parakan) the roof is polluted to the bottom (tohik). And when one shall die on a rita it is polluted for the size of the body as far as the water; in the length of a year it will become clean along with the ground. A built bridge is liable just like a terrace roof. When one shall die on the terrace roof of a trellised apartment (varam), that is also liable just like a terrace roof.
When he shall die in a trellised apartment, when one of his limbs, or a hair, does not remain on the borders (parakan), it does not convey the pollution down, but when any of him remains behind it conveys it down; it is allowable when they dig it up, and one also spreads it again afterwards, and it is clean.
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