- vapanaṁ draviṇādānaṁ
- sthānān niryāpaṇaṁ tathā
- eṣa hi brahma-bandhūnāṁ
- vadho nānyo 'sti daihikaḥ
vapanam—cleaving the hairs from the head; draviṇa—wealth; adānam—forfeiting; sthānāt—from the residence; niryāpaṇam—driving away; tathā—also; eṣaḥ—all these; hi—certainly; brahma-bandhūnām—of the relatives of a brāhmaṇa; vadhaḥ—killing; na—not; anyaḥ—any other method; asti—there is; daihikaḥ—in the matter of the body.
Cutting the hair from his head, depriving him of his wealth and driving him from his residence are the prescribed punishments for the relative of a brāhmaṇa. There is no injunction for killing the body.