Origin of Smriti
Examples from the Web for smriti
Smriti moreover speaks of Vidûra and others who were born from Sûdra mothers as possessing eminent knowledge.
In the south of India the Smriti Chandrika is a work of importance.
And thus Smriti says that 'Âditya, having assumed the shape of a man, came to Kuntî.'
The permanent identity of names and forms is declared in Sruti as well as Smriti; compare, for instance, Rik.
That this doctrine cannot be proved either by Smriti or by ratiocination will be shown later on.