613 mitzvot [commandments]

1. To know there is a G‑d—Exodus 20:2

2. Not to entertain thoughts of other gods besides Him—Exodus 20:3

3. To know that He is one—Deuteronomy 6:4

4. To love Him—Deuteronomy 6:5

5. To fear Him—Deuteronomy 10:20

6. To sanctify His Name—Leviticus 22:32

7. Not to profane His Name—Leviticus 22:32

8. Not to destroy objects associated with His Name—Deuteronomy 12:4

9. To listen to the prophet speaking in His Name—Deuteronomy 18:15

10. Not to test the prophet unduly—Deuteronomy 6:16

11. To emulate His ways—Deuteronomy 28:9

12. To cleave to those who know Him—Deuteronomy 10:20

13. To love other Jews—Leviticus 19:18

14. To love converts—Deuteronomy 10:19

15. Not to hate fellow Jews—Leviticus 19:17

16. To reprove wrongdoers—Leviticus 19:17

17. Not to embarrass others—Leviticus 19:17

18. Not to oppress the weak—Exodus 22:21

19. Not to gossip about others—Leviticus 19:16

20. Not to take revenge—Leviticus 19:18

21. Not to bear a grudge—Leviticus 19:18

22. To learn Torah and teach it—Deuteronomy 6:7

23. To honor those who teach and know Torah—Leviticus 19:32

24. Not to inquire into idolatry—Leviticus 19:4

25. Not to follow the whims of your heart or what your eyes see—Numbers 15:39

26. Not to blaspheme—Exodus 22:27

27. Not to worship idols in the manner they are worshiped—Exodus 20:5

28. Not to bow down to idols—Exodus 20:5

29. Not to make an idol for yourself—Exodus 20:4

30. Not to make an idol for others—Leviticus 19:4

31. Not to make human forms even for decorative purposes—Exodus 20:20

32. Not to turn a city to idolatry—Exodus 23:13

33. To burn a city that has turned to idol worship—Deuteronomy 13:17

34. Not to rebuild it as a city—Deuteronomy 13:17

35. Not to derive benefit from it—Deuteronomy 13:18

36. Not to missionize an individual to idol worship—Deuteronomy 13:12

37. Not to love the missionary—Deuteronomy 13:9

38. Not to cease hating the missionary—Deuteronomy 13:9

39. Not to save the missionary—Deuteronomy 13:9

40. Not to say anything in his defense—Deuteronomy 13:9

41. Not to refrain from incriminating him—Deuteronomy 13:9

42. Not to prophesize in the name of idolatry—Deuteronomy 18:20

43. Not to listen to a false prophet—Deuteronomy 13:4

44. Not to prophesize falsely in the name of G‑d—Deuteronomy 18:20

45. Not to be afraid of killing the false prophet—Deuteronomy 18:22

46. Not to swear in the name of an idol—Exodus 23:13

47. Not to perform Ov (medium)–Leviticus 19:31

48. Not to perform Yidoni (magical seer)–Leviticus 19:31

49. Not to pass your children through the fire to Molech—Leviticus 18:21

50. Not to erect a column in a public place of worship—Deuteronomy 16:22

51. Not to bow down on smooth stone—Leviticus 26:1

52. Not to plant a tree in the Temple courtyard—Deuteronomy 16:21

53. To destroy idols and their accessories—Deuteronomy 12:2

54. Not to derive benefit from idols and their accessories—Deuteronomy 7:26

55. Not to derive benefit from ornaments of idols—Deuteronomy 7:25

56. Not to make a covenant with idolaters—Deuteronomy 7:2

57. Not to show favor to them—Deuteronomy 7:2

58. Not to let them dwell in our land—Exodus 23:33

59. Not to imitate them in customs and clothing—Leviticus 20:23

60. Not to be superstitious—Leviticus 19:26

61. Not to go into a trance to foresee events, etc.–Deuteronomy 18:10

62. Not to engage in astrology—Leviticus 19:26

63. Not to mutter incantations—Deuteronomy 18:11

64. Not to attempt to engage the dead in conversation—Deuteronomy 18:11

65. Not to consult the Ov—Deuteronomy 18:11

66. Not to consult the Yidoni—Deuteronomy 18:11

67. Not to perform acts of magic—Deuteronomy 18:10

68. Men must not shave the hair off the sides of their head—Leviticus 19:27

69. Men must not shave their beards with a razor—Leviticus 19:27

70. Men must not wear women’s clothing—Deuteronomy 22:5

71. Women must not wear men’s clothing—Deuteronomy 22:5

72. Not to tattoo the skin—Leviticus 19:28

73. Not to tear the skin in mourning—Deuteronomy 14:1

74. Not to make a bald spot in mourning—Deuteronomy 14:1

75. To repent and confess wrongdoings—Numbers 5:7

76. To say the Shema twice daily—Deuteronomy 6:7

77. To serve the Almighty with prayer daily—Exodus 23:25

78. The Kohanim must bless the Jewish nation daily—Numbers 6:23

79. To wear Tefillin on the head—Deuteronomy 6:8

80. To bind tefillin on the arm—Deuteronomy 6:8

81. To put a Mezuzah on each door post—Deuteronomy 6:9

82. To write a Sefer Torah—Deuteronomy 31:19

83. The king must have a separate Sefer Torah for himself—Deuteronomy 17:18

84. To have Tzitzit on four-cornered garments—Numbers 15:38

85. To bless the Almighty after eating—Deuteronomy 8:10

86. To circumcise all males on the eighth day after their birth—Leviticus 12:3

87. To rest on the seventh day—Exodus 23:12

88. Not to do prohibited labor on the seventh day—Exodus 20:10

89. The court must not inflict punishment on Shabbat—Exodus 35:3

90. Not to walk more than 2000 cubits outside the city boundary on Shabbat—Exodus 16:29

91. To sanctify the day with Kiddush and Havdalah—Exodus 20:8

92. To rest from prohibited labor on Yom Kippur—Leviticus 23:32

93. Not to do prohibited labor on Yom Kippur—Leviticus 23:31

94. To afflict yourself on Yom Kippur—Leviticus 16:29

95. Not to eat or drink on Yom Kippur—Leviticus 23:29

96. To rest on the first day of Passover—Leviticus 23:8

97. Not to do prohibited labor on the first day of Passover—Leviticus 23:8

98. To rest on the seventh day of Passover—Leviticus 23:8

99. Not to do prohibited labor on the seventh day of Passover—Leviticus 23:8

100. To rest on Shavuot—Leviticus 23:21

101. Not to do prohibited labor on Shavuot—Leviticus 23:21

102. To rest on Rosh Hashanah—Leviticus 23:24

103. Not to do prohibited labor on Rosh Hashanah—Leviticus 23:25

104. To rest on Sukkot—Leviticus 23:35

105. Not to do prohibited labor on Sukkot—Leviticus 23:35

106. To rest on Shemini Atzeret—Leviticus 23:36

107. Not to do prohibited labor on Shemini Atzeret—Leviticus 23:36

108. Not to eat Chametz on the afternoon of the 14th day of Nissan—Deuteronomy 16:3

109. To destroy all Chametz on 14th day of Nissan—Exodus 12:15

110. Not to eat Chametz all seven days of Passover—Exodus 13:3

111. Not to eat mixtures containing Chametz all seven days of Passover—Exodus 12:20

112. Chametz should not be seen in your domain seven days—Exodus 13:7

113. Chametz should not be found in your domain seven days—Exodus 12:19

114. To eat Matzah on the first night of Passover—Exodus 12:18

115. To relate the Exodus from Egypt on that night—Exodus 13:8

116. To hear the Shofar on the first day of Tishrei (Rosh Hashanah)–Numbers 29:1

117. To dwell in a Sukkah for the seven days of Sukkot—Leviticus 23:42

118. To take up a Lulav and Etrog all seven days of Sukkot—Leviticus 23:40

119. Each man must give a half shekel annually—Exodus 30:13

120. Courts must calculate to determine when a new month begins—Exodus 12:2

121. To afflict and cry out before G‑d in times of catastrophe—Numbers 10:9

122. To marry a wife by the means prescribed in the Torah (kiddushin)–Deuteronomy 24:1

123. Not to have relations with women not thus married—Deuteronomy 23:18

124. Not to withhold food, clothing, and sexual relations from your wife—Exodus 21:10

125. To have children with one’s wife—Genesis 1:28

126. To issue a divorce by means of a Get document—Deuteronomy 24:1

127. A man must not remarry his wife after she has married someone else—Deuteronomy 24:4

128. To do Yibum (marry childless brother’s widow)–Deuteronomy 25:5

129. To do Chalitzah (freeing a widow from yibum)–Deuteronomy 25:9

130. The widow must not remarry until the ties with her brother-in-law are removed—Deuteronomy 25:5

131. The court must fine one who seduces a maiden—Exodus 22:15-16

132. The rapist must marry the maiden (if she chooses)–Deuteronomy 22:29

133. He is not allowed to divorce her—Deuteronomy 22:29

134. The slanderer must remain married to the wife he slandered—Deuteronomy 22:19

135. He must not divorce her—Deuteronomy 22:19

136. To fulfill the laws of the woman suspected of adultery (Sotah)–Numbers 5:30

137. Not to put oil on her meal offering—Numbers 5:15

138. Not to put frankincense on her Meal Offering—Numbers 5:15

139. Not to have sexual relations with your mother—Leviticus 18:7

140. Not to have sexual relations with your father’s wife—Leviticus 18:8

141. Not to have sexual relations with your sister—Leviticus 18:9

142. Not to have sexual relations with your father’s wife’s daughter (from your father)–Leviticus 18:11

143. Not to have sexual relations with your son’s daughter—Leviticus 18:10

144. Not to have sexual relations with your daughter—Leviticus 18:10

145. Not to have sexual relations with your daughter’s daughter—Leviticus 18:10

146. Not to marry a woman and her daughter—Leviticus 18:17

147. Not to marry a woman and her son’s daughter—Leviticus 18:17

148. Not to marry a woman and her daughter’s daughter—Leviticus 18:17

149. Not to have sexual relations with your father’s sister—Leviticus 18:12

150. Not to have sexual relations with your mother’s sister—Leviticus 18:13

151. Not to have sexual relations with your father’s brother’s wife—Leviticus 18:14

152. Not to have sexual relations with your son’s wife—Leviticus 18:15

153. Not to have sexual relations with your brother’s wife—Leviticus 18:16

154. Not to have sexual relations with your wife’s sister—Leviticus 18:18

155. A man must not have sexual relations with a beast—Leviticus 18:23

156. A woman must not have sexual relations with a beast—Leviticus 18:23

157. Not to have homosexual sexual relations—Leviticus 18:22

158. Not to have homosexual sexual relations with your father—Leviticus 18:7

159. Not to have homosexual sexual relations with your father’s brother—Leviticus 18:14

160. Not to have sexual relations with a married woman—Leviticus 18:20

161. Not to have sexual relations with a menstrually impure woman—Leviticus 18:19

162. Not to marry non-Jews—Deuteronomy 7:3

163. Not to let Moabite and Ammonite males marry into the Jewish people—Deuteronomy 23:4

164. Don’t keep a third generation Egyptian convert from marrying into the Jewish
people—Deuteronomy 23:8-9

165. Not to refrain from marrying a third generation Edomite convert—Deuteronomy 23:8-9

166. Not to let a Mamzer (“bastard”) marry into the Jewish people—Deuteronomy 23:3

167. Not to let a eunuch marry into the Jewish people—Deuteronomy 23:2

168. Not to castrate any male (including animals)–Leviticus 22:24

169. The High Priest must not marry a widow—Leviticus 21:14

170. The High Priest must not have sexual relations with a widow even outside of marriage—Leviticus 21:14

171. The High Priest must marry a virgin maiden—Leviticus 21:13

172. A Kohen must not marry a divorcee—Leviticus 21:7

173. A Kohen must not marry a zonah (a woman who had forbidden relations)–Leviticus 21:7

174. A Kohen must not marry a chalalah (party to or product of 169-172)–Leviticus 21:7

175. Not to make pleasurable (sexual) contact with any forbidden woman—Leviticus 18:6

176. To examine the signs of animals to distinguish between Kosher and non-kosher—Leviticus 11:2

177. To examine the signs of fowl to distinguish between kosher and non-kosher—Deuteronomy 14:11

178. To examine the signs of fish to distinguish between kosher and non-kosher—Leviticus 11:9

179. To examine the signs of locusts to distinguish between kosher and non-kosher—Leviticus 11:21

180. Not to eat non-kosher animals—Leviticus 11:4

181. Not to eat non-kosher fowl—Leviticus 11:13

182. Not to eat non-kosher fish—Leviticus 11:11

183. Not to eat non-kosher flying insects—Deuteronomy 14:19

184. Not to eat non-kosher creatures that crawl on land—Leviticus 11:41

185. Not to eat non-kosher maggots—Leviticus 11:44

186. Not to eat worms found in fruit once they have left the fruit—Leviticus 11:42

187. Not to eat creatures that live in water other than fish—Leviticus 11:43

188. Not to eat the meat of an animal that died without ritual slaughter—Deuteronomy 14:21

189. Not to benefit from an beast condemned to be stoned—Exodus 21:28

190. Not to eat meat of an animal that was mortally wounded—Exodus 22:30

191. Not to eat a limb torn off a living creature—Deuteronomy 12:23

192. Not to eat blood—Leviticus 3:17

193. Not to eat certain fats of kosher animals—Leviticus 3:17

194. Not to eat the sinew of the thigh—Genesis. 32:33

195. Not to eat meat and milk cooked together—Exodus 23:19

196. Not to cook meat and milk together—Exodus 34:26

197. Not to eat bread from new grain before the Omer—Leviticus 23:14

198. Not to eat parched grains from new grain before the Omer—Leviticus 23:14

199. Not to eat ripened grains from new grain before the Omer—Leviticus 23:14

200. Not to eat fruit of a tree during its first three years—Leviticus 19:23

201. Not to eat diverse seeds planted in a vineyard—Deuteronomy 22:9

202. Not to eat untithed fruits—Leviticus 22:15

203. Not to drink wine poured in service to idols—Deuteronomy 32:38

204. To ritually slaughter an animal before eating it—Deuteronomy 12:21

205. Not to slaughter an animal and its offspring on the same day—Leviticus 22:28

206. To cover the blood (of a slaughtered beast or fowl) with earth—Leviticus 17:13

207. Not to take the mother bird from her children—Deuteronomy 22:6

208. To release the mother bird before taking the children—Deuteronomy 22:7

209. Not to swear falsely in G‑d’s Name—Leviticus 19:12

210. Not to take G‑d’s Name in vain—Exodus 20:7

211. Not to deny possession of something entrusted to you—Leviticus 19:11

212. Not to swear falsely in denial of a monetary claim—Leviticus 19:11

213. To swear in G‑d’s Name to confirm the truth when deemed necessary by court—Deuteronomy 10:20

214. To fulfill what was uttered and to do what was avowed—Deuteronomy 23:24

215. Not to break oaths or vows—Numbers 30:3

216. For oaths and vows annulled, there are the laws of annulling vows explicit in the Torah—Numbers 30:3

217. The Nazir must let his hair grow—Numbers 6:5

218. He must not cut his hair—Numbers 6:5

219. He must not drink wine, wine mixtures, or wine vinegar—Numbers 6:3

220. He must not eat fresh grapes—Numbers 6:3

221. He must not eat raisins—Numbers 6:3

222. He must not eat grape seeds—Numbers 6:4

223. He must not eat grape skins—Numbers 6:4

224. He must not be under the same roof as a corpse—Numbers 6:6

225. He must not come into contact with the dead—Numbers 6:7

226. He must shave after bringing sacrifices upon completion of his Nazirite period—Numbers 6:18

227. To estimate the value of people (when someone pledges a person’s worth) as determined by the Torah—Leviticus 27:2

228. To estimate the value of consecrated animals—Leviticus 27:12-13

229. To estimate the value of consecrated houses—Leviticus 27:14

230. To estimate the value of consecrated fields—Leviticus 27:16

231. Carry out the laws of interdicting possessions (cherem)–Leviticus 27:28

232. Not to sell the cherem—Leviticus 27:28

233. Not to redeem the cherem—Leviticus 27:28

234. Not to plant diverse seeds together—Leviticus 19:19

235. Not to plant grains or greens in a vineyard—Deuteronomy 22:9

236. Not to crossbreed animals—Leviticus 19:19

237. Not to work different animals together—Deuteronomy 22:10

238. Not to wear Shatnez, a cloth woven of wool and linen—Deuteronomy 22:11

239. To leave a corner of the field uncut for the poor—Leviticus 19:10

240. Not to reap that corner—Leviticus 19:9

241. To leave gleanings for The poor—Leviticus 19:9

242. Not to gather the gleanings—Leviticus 19:9

243. To leave the gleanings of a vineyard—Leviticus 19:10

244. Not to gather the gleanings of a vineyard—Leviticus 19:10

245. To leave the unformed clusters of grapes for the poor—Leviticus 19:10

246. Not to pick the unformed clusters of grapes—Leviticus 19:10

247. To leave the forgotten sheaves in the field for the poor—Deuteronomy 24:19

248. Not to retrieve them—Deuteronomy 24:19

249. To separate the tithe for the poor—Deuteronomy 14:28

250. To give charity—Deuteronomy 15:11

251. Not to withhold charity from the poor—Deuteronomy 15:7

252. To set aside Terumah Gedolah (tithe for the Kohen)–Deuteronomy 18:4

253. The Levite must set aside a tenth of his tithe for the Kohen—Numbers 18:26

254. Not to improperly preface one tithe to the next, but separate them in their proper order—Exodus 22:28

255. A non-Kohen must not eat Terumah—Leviticus 22:10

256. A hired worker or a Jewish bondsman of a Kohen must not eat Terumah—Leviticus 22:10

257. An uncircumcised Kohen must not eat Terumah—Exodus 12:48

258. An impure Kohen must not eat Terumah—Leviticus 22:4

259. A chalalah [see Mitzvah 174] must not eat Terumah—Leviticus 22:12

260. To set aside Ma’aser (tithe) each planting year and give it to a Levite—Numbers 18:24

261. To set aside the Second Tithe (which is to be eaten in Jerusalem)–Deuteronomy 14:22

262. Not to spend its redemption money on anything but food, drink, or ointment—Deuteronomy 26:14

263. Not to eat the Second Tithe while impure—Deuteronomy 26:14

264. A mourner on the first day after death must not eat the Second Tithe —Deuteronomy 26:14

265. Not to eat Second Tithe grains outside Jerusalem—Deuteronomy 12:17

266. Not to eat Second Tithe wine products outside Jerusalem—Deuteronomy 12:17

267. Not to eat Second Tithe oil outside Jerusalem—Deuteronomy 12:17

268. The fourth year crops must be totally for holy purposes like the Second Tithe—Leviticus 19:24

269. To read the confession of tithes every fourth and seventh year—Deuteronomy 26:13

270. To set aside the first fruits and bring them to the Temple—Exodus 23:19

271. The Kohanim must not eat the first fruits outside Jerusalem—Deuteronomy 12:17

272. To read the Torah Portion pertaining to their presentation—Deuteronomy 26:5

273. To set aside a portion of dough for a Kohen—Numbers 15:20

274. To give the shoulder, two cheeks, and stomach of slaughtered animals to a Kohen—Deuteronomy 18:3

275. To give the first sheering of sheep to a Kohen—Deuteronomy 18:4

276. To redeem the firstborn sons and give the money to a Kohen—Numbers 18:15

277. To redeem the firstborn donkey by giving a lamb to a Kohen—Exodus 13:13

278. To break the neck of the donkey if the owner does not intend to redeem it—Exodus 13:13

279. To rest the land during the seventh year by not doing any work which enhances growth—Exodus 34:21

280. Not to work the land during the seventh year—Leviticus 25:4

281. Not to work with trees to produce fruit during that year—Leviticus 25:4

282. Not to reap crops that grow wild that year in the normal manner—Leviticus 25:5

283. Not to gather grapes which grow wild that year in the normal way—Leviticus 25:5

284. To leave free all produce which grew in that year—Exodus 23:11

285. To release all loans during the seventh year—Deuteronomy 15:3

286. Not to pressure or claim from the borrower—Deuteronomy 15:2

287. Not to refrain from lending immediately before the release of the loans for fear of monetary loss—Deuteronomy 15:9

288. The Sanhedrin must count seven groups of seven years—Leviticus 25:8

289. The Sanhedrin must sanctify the fiftieth (Jubilee) year—Leviticus 25:10

290. To blow the Shofar on the tenth of Tishrei (Yom Kippur of the Jubilee year) to free the slaves—Leviticus 25:9

291. Not to work the soil during the fiftieth year—Leviticus 25:11

292. Not to reap in the normal manner that which grows wild in the fiftieth year—Leviticus 25:11

293. Not to pick grapes which grew wild in the normal manner in the fiftieth year—Leviticus 25:11

294. Carry out the laws of sold family properties—Leviticus 25:24

295. Not to sell the land in Israel indefinitely—Leviticus 25:23

296. Carry out the laws of houses in walled cities—Leviticus 25:29

297. The Tribe of Levi must not be given a portion of the land in Israel, rather they are given cities to dwell in—Deuteronomy 18:2

298. The Levites must not take a share in the spoils of war—Deuteronomy 18:1

299. To give the Levites cities to inhabit and their surrounding fields—Numbers 35:2

300. Not to sell the fields but they shall remain the Levites’ before and after the Jubilee year—Leviticus 25:34

301. To build a Sanctuary (Holy Temple)–Exodus 25:8

302. Not to build the altar with stones hewn by metal—Exodus 20:22

303. Not to climb steps to the altar—Exodus 20:23

304. To show reverence for the Temple—Leviticus 19:30

305. To guard the Temple area—Numbers 18:3

306. Not to leave the Temple unguarded—Numbers 18:5

307. To prepare the anointing oil—Exodus 30:31

308. Not to reproduce the anointing oil (for personal use)–Exodus 30:32

309. Not to anoint with anointing oil (a non-Kohen or non-king)–Exodus 30:32

310. Not to reproduce the incense formula (for personal use)–Exodus 30:37

311. Not to burn anything on the Golden Altar besides incense—Exodus 30:9

312. The Levites must transport the ark on their shoulders—Numbers 7:9

313. Not to remove the staves from the ark—Exodus 25:15

314. The Levites must work in the Temple—Numbers 18:23

315. No Levite must do another’s work of either a Kohen or a Levite—Numbers 18:3

316. To dedicate the Kohen for service—Leviticus 21:8

317. The Kohen work shifts must be equal during holidays—Deuteronomy 18:6-8

318. The Kohanim must wear their priestly garments during service—Exodus 28:2

319. Not to tear the priestly garments—Exodus 28:32

320. The High Priest’s breastplate must not be loosened from the Efod (priestly apron)–Exodus 28:28

321. A Kohen must not enter the Temple intoxicated—Leviticus 10:9

322. A Kohen must not enter the Temple with long hair—Leviticus 10:6

323. A Kohen must not enter the Temple with torn clothes—Leviticus 10:6

324. A Kohen must not enter the sanctuary of the Temple indiscriminately—Leviticus 16:2

325. A Kohen must not leave the Temple during service—Leviticus 10:7

326. To send the impure from the Temple—Numbers 5:2

327. Impure people must not enter the Temple—Numbers 5:3

328. [Certain] impure people must not enter [even] the Temple Mount area—Deuteronomy 23:11

329. Impure Kohanim must not do service in the temple—Leviticus 22:2

330. An impure Kohen, following immersion, must wait until after sundown before returning to service—Leviticus 21:6

331. A Kohen must wash his hands and feet before service—Exodus 30:19

332. A Kohen with a physical blemish must not enter the sanctuary or approach the altar—Leviticus 21:23

333. A Kohen with a physical blemish must not serve—Leviticus 21:17

334. A Kohen with a temporary blemish must not serve—Leviticus 21:18

335. One who is not a Kohen must not serve—Numbers 18:4

336. To offer only unblemished animals—Leviticus 22:21

337. Not to dedicate a blemished animal for the altar—Leviticus 22:20

338. Not to slaughter it—Leviticus 22:22

339. Not to sprinkle its blood—Leviticus 22:24

340. Not to burn its fat—Leviticus 22:22

341. Not to offer a temporarily blemished animal—Deuteronomy 17:1

342. Not to sacrifice blemished animals even if offered by non-Jews—Leviticus 22:25

343. Not to inflict wounds upon dedicated animals—Leviticus 22:21

344. To redeem dedicated animals which have become disqualified—Deuteronomy 12:15

345. To offer only animals which are at least eight days old—Leviticus 22:27

346. Not to offer animals bought with the wages of a harlot or the animal exchanged for a dog—Deuteronomy 23:19

347. Not to burn honey or yeast on the altar—Leviticus 2:11

348. To salt all sacrifices—Leviticus 2:13

349. Not to omit the salt from sacrifices—Leviticus 2:13

350. Carry out the procedure of the burnt offering as prescribed in the Torah—Leviticus 1:3

351. Not to eat its meat—Deuteronomy 12:17

352. Carry out the procedure of the sin offering—Leviticus 6:18

353. Not to eat the meat of the inner sin offering—Leviticus 6:23

354. Not to decapitate a fowl brought as a sin offering—Leviticus 5:8

355. Carry out the procedure of the guilt offering—Leviticus 7:1

356. The Kohanim must eat the sacrificial meat in the Temple—Exodus 29:33

357. The Kohanim must not eat the meat outside the Temple courtyard—Deuteronomy 12:17

358. A non-Kohen must not eat [certain] sacrificial meats—Exodus 29:33

359. To follow the procedure of the peace offering—Leviticus 7:11

360. Not to eat the meat of minor sacrifices before sprinkling the blood—Deuteronomy 12:17

361. To bring meal offerings as prescribed in the Torah—Leviticus 2:1

362. Not to put oil on the meal offerings of wrongdoers—Leviticus 5:11

363. Not to put frankincense on the meal offerings of wrongdoers—Leviticus 5:11

364. The meal offering of a Priest should not be eaten—Leviticus 6:16

365. Not to bake a meal offering as leavened bread—Leviticus 6:10

366. The Kohanim must eat the remains of the meal offerings—Leviticus 6:9

367. To bring all avowed and freewill offerings to the Temple on the first subsequent festival—Deuteronomy 12:5-6

368. Not to withhold payment incurred by any vow—Deuteronomy 23:22

369. To offer all sacrifices in the Temple—Deuteronomy 12:11

370. To bring all sacrifices from outside Israel to the Temple—Deuteronomy 12:26

371. Not to slaughter sacrifices outside the courtyard—Leviticus 17:4

372. Not to offer any sacrifices outside the courtyard—Deuteronomy 12:13

373. To offer two lambs every day—Numbers 28:3

374. To light a fire on the altar every day—Leviticus 6:5

375. Not to extinguish this fire—Leviticus 6:5

376. To remove the ashes from the altar every day—Leviticus 6:3

377. To burn incense every day—Exodus 30:7

378. To light the Menorah every day—Exodus 27:21

379. The High Priest must bring a meal offering every day—Leviticus 6:13

380. To bring two additional lambs as burnt offerings on Shabbat—Numbers 28:9

381. To make the show bread—Exodus 25:30

382. To bring additional offerings on the New Month (Rosh Chodesh)–Numbers 28:11

383. To bring additional offerings on Passover—Numbers 28:19

384. To offer the wave offering from the meal of the new wheat (on the 2nd day of Passover)–Leviticus 23:10

385. Each man must count the Omer — seven weeks from the day the new wheat offering was brought—Leviticus 23:15

386. To bring additional offerings on Shavuot—Numbers 28:26

387. To bring two loaves to accompany the above sacrifice—Leviticus 23:18

388. To bring additional offerings on Rosh Hashanah—Numbers 29:2

389. To bring additional offerings on Yom Kippur—Numbers 29:8

390. To bring additional offerings on Sukkot—Numbers 29:13

391. To bring additional offerings on Shmini Atzeret—Numbers 29:35

392. Not to eat sacrifices which have become unfit or blemished—Deuteronomy 14:3

393. Not to eat from sacrifices offered with improper intentions—Leviticus 7:18

394. Not to leave sacrifices past the time allowed for eating them—Leviticus 22:30

395. Not to eat from that which was left over—Leviticus 19:8

396. Not to eat from sacrifices which became impure—Leviticus 7:19

397. An impure person must not eat from sacrifices—Leviticus 7:20

398. To burn the leftover sacrifices—Leviticus 7:17

399. To burn all impure sacrifices—Leviticus 7:19

400. To follow the procedure of Yom Kippur in the sequence prescribed in the Torah—Leviticus 16:3

401. One who profaned holy property must repay what he profaned plus a fifth and bring a sacrifice—Leviticus 5:16

402. Not to work consecrated animals—Deuteronomy 15:19

403. Not to shear the fleece of consecrated animals—Deuteronomy 15:19

404. To slaughter the Paschal sacrifice at the specified time—Exodus 12:6

405. Not to slaughter it while in possession of leaven—Exodus 23:18

406. Not to leave the fat overnight—Exodus 23:18

407. To slaughter the second Paschal Lamb—Numbers 9:11

408. To eat the Paschal Lamb with Matzah and Maror on the night of the 15th of Nissan—Exodus 12:8

409. To eat the second Paschal Lamb on the night of the 15th of Iyar—Numbers 9:11

410. Not to eat the Paschal meat raw or boiled—Exodus 12:9

411. Not to take the Paschal meat from the confines of its group—Exodus 12:46

412. An apostate must not eat from it—Exodus 12:43

413. A permanent or temporary [non-Jewish] hired worker must not eat from it—Exodus 12:45

414. An uncircumcised male must not eat from it—Exodus 12:48

415. Not to break any bones from the Paschal offering—Exodus 12:46

416. Not to break any bones from the second Paschal offering—Numbers 9:12

417. Not to leave any meat from the Paschal offering over until morning—Exodus 12:10

418. Not to leave the second Paschal meat over until morning—Numbers 9:12

419. Not to leave the meat of the holiday offering of the 14th until the 16th—Deuteronomy 16:4

420. To be seen at the Temple on Passover, Shavuot, and Sukkot—Deuteronomy 16:16

421. To celebrate on these three Festivals (by bringing a offering)–Exodus 23:14

422. To rejoice on these three Festivals—Deuteronomy 16:14

423. Not to appear at the Temple without offerings—Deuteronomy 16:16

424. Not to refrain from rejoicing with, and giving gifts to, the Levites—Deuteronomy 12:19

425. To assemble all the people on the Sukkot following the seventh year [the king publicly reads portions of the Torah]–Deuteronomy 31:12

426. To set aside the firstborn animals [to be eaten by the Kohanim, and sacrificed unless they are blemished]–Exodus 13:12

427. The Kohanim must not eat unblemished firstborn animals outside Jerusalem—Deuteronomy 12:17

428. Not to redeem the firstborn—Numbers 18:17

429. Separate the tithe from animals [to be eaten by the Kohanim, and sacrificed unless they are blemished]–Leviticus 27:32

430. Not to redeem the tithe—Leviticus 27:33

431. Every person must bring a sin offering for his transgression—Leviticus 4:27

432. Bring an asham talui offering when uncertain of guilt—Leviticus 5:17-18

433. Bring an asham vadai offering [for certain sins] when guilt is ascertained—Leviticus 5:25

434. Bring an oleh v’yored offering (if the person is wealthy, an animal; if poor, a bird or meal offering) [for certain sins]–Leviticus 5:7-11

435. The Sanhedrin must bring an offering when it rules in error—Leviticus 4:13

436. A woman who had a running issue must bring an offering after she goes to the Mikvah—Leviticus 15:28-29

437. A woman who gave birth must bring an offering after she goes to the Mikvah—Leviticus 12:6

438. A man who had a running issue must bring an offering after he goes to the Mikvah—Leviticus 15:13-14

439. A metzora (“leprous” person — see According to the Torah is Leprosy a hygienic problem or is it something spiritual and miraculous?) must bring an offering after going to the Mikvah—Leviticus 14:10

440. Not to substitute another beast for one set apart for sacrifice—Leviticus 27:10

441. The new animal, in addition to the substituted one, retains consecration—Leviticus 27:10

442. Not to change consecrated animals from one type of offering to another—Leviticus 27:26

443. Carry out the laws of impurity of the dead—Numbers 19:14

444. Carry out the procedure of the Red Heifer—Numbers 19:9

445. Carry out the laws of the sprinkling water [of the Red Heifer]–Numbers 19:21

446. Rule the laws of human tzara’at (Leprosy, see Mitzvah 439) as prescribed in the Torah—Leviticus 13:12

447. The metzora (leper) must not remove his signs of impurity—Deuteronomy 24:8

448. The metzora must not shave signs of impurity in his hair—Leviticus 13:33

449. The metzora must publicize his condition by tearing his garments, allowing his hair to grow and covering his mustache—Leviticus 13:45

450. Carry out the prescribed rules for purifying the metzora—Leviticus 14:2

451. The metzora must shave off all his hair prior to purification—Leviticus 14:9

452. Carry out the laws of “leprous” clothing—Leviticus 13:47

453. Carry out the laws of leprous houses—Leviticus 14:35

454. Observe the laws of menstrual impurity—Leviticus 15:19

455. Observe the laws of impurity caused by childbirth—Leviticus 12:2

456. Observe the laws of impurity caused by a woman’s running issue—Leviticus 15:25

457. Observe the laws of impurity caused by a man’s running issue (irregular ejaculation of infected semen)–Leviticus 15:3

458. Observe the laws of impurity caused by a dead beast—Leviticus 11:39

459. Observe the laws of impurity caused by the eight shratzim (rodents, amphibious creatures, and lizards) [specified in the Torah]–Leviticus 11:29

460. Observe the laws of impurity of a seminal emission (regular ejaculation, with normal semen)–Leviticus 15:16

461. Observe the laws of impurity concerning liquid and solid foods—Leviticus 11:34

462. Every impure person must immerse himself in a Mikvah to become pure—Leviticus 15:16

463. The court must judge the damages incurred by a goring beast—Exodus 21:28

464. The court must judge the damages incurred by an animal eating—Exodus 22:4

465. The court must judge the damages incurred by a pit—Exodus 21:33

466. The court must judge the damages incurred by fire—Exodus 22:5

467. Not to steal money stealthily—Leviticus 19:11

468. The court must implement punitive measures against the thief—Exodus 21:37

469. Each individual must ensure that his scales and weights are accurate—Leviticus 19:36

470. Not to commit injustice with scales and weights—Leviticus 19:35

471. Not to possess inaccurate scales and weights even if they are not for use—Deuteronomy 25:13

472. Not to move a boundary marker to steal someone’s property—Deuteronomy 19:14

473. Not to kidnap—Exodus 20:13

474. Not to rob openly—Leviticus 19:13

475. Not to withhold wages or fail to repay a debt—Leviticus 19:13

476. Not to covet and scheme to acquire another’s possession—Exodus 20:14

477. Not to desire another’s possession—Deuteronomy 5:18

478. Return the robbed object or its value—Leviticus 5:23

479. Not to ignore a lost object—Deuteronomy 22:3

480. Return the lost object—Deuteronomy 22:1

481. The court must implement laws against the one who assaults another or damages another’s property—Exodus 21:18

482. Not to murder—Exodus 20:13

483. Not to accept monetary restitution to atone for the murderer—Numbers 35:31

484. The court must send the accidental murderer to a city of refuge—Numbers 35:25

485. Not to accept monetary restitution instead of being sent to a city of refuge—Numbers 35:32

486. Not to kill the murderer before he stands trial—Numbers 35:12

487. Save someone being pursued even by taking the life of the pursuer—Deuteronomy 25:12

488. Not to pity the pursuer—Numbers 35:12

489. Not to stand idly by if someone’s life is in danger—Leviticus 19:16

490. Designate cities of refuge and prepare routes of access—Deuteronomy 19:3

491. Break the neck of a calf by a stream following an unsolved murder—Deuteronomy 21:4

492. To neither work nor plant that river valley—Deuteronomy 21:4

493. Not to allow pitfalls and obstacles to remain on your property—Deuteronomy 22:8

494. Make a guard rail around flat roofs—Deuteronomy 22:8

495. Not to put a stumbling block before a blind man (nor give harmful advice)–Leviticus 19:14

496. Help another remove the load from a beast which can no longer carry it—Exodus 23:5

497. Help others load their beast—Deuteronomy 22:4

498. Not to leave others distraught with their burdens (but to help either load or unload)–Deuteronomy 22:4

499. Buy and sell according to Torah law—Leviticus 25:14

500. Not to overcharge or underpay for an article—Leviticus 25:14

501. Not to insult or harm anybody with words—Leviticus 25:17

502. Not to cheat a sincere convert monetarily—Exodus 22:20

503. Not to insult or harm a sincere convert with words—Exodus 22:20

504. Purchase a Hebrew slave in accordance with the prescribed laws—Exodus 21:2

505. Not to sell him as a slave is sold—Leviticus 25:42

506. Not to work him oppressively—Leviticus 25:43

507. Not to allow a non-Jew to work him oppressively—Leviticus 25:53

508. Not to have him do menial slave labor—Leviticus 25:39

509. Give him gifts when he goes free—Deuteronomy 15:14

510. Not to send him away empty-handed—Deuteronomy 15:13

511. Redeem Jewish maidservants—Exodus 21:8

512. Betroth the Jewish maidservant—Exodus 21:8

513. The master must not sell his maidservant—Exodus 21:8

514. Canaanite slaves must work forever unless the owner amputates one of their limbs—Leviticus 25:46

515. Not to extradite a slave who fled to (Biblical) Israel—Deuteronomy 23:16

516. Not to wrong a slave who has come to Israel for refuge—Deuteronomy 23:17

517. The courts must carry out the laws of a hired worker and hired guard—Exodus 22:9

518. Pay wages on the day they were earned—Deuteronomy 24:15

519. Not to delay payment of wages past the agreed time—Leviticus 19:13

520. The hired worker may eat from the unharvested crops where he works—Deuteronomy 23:25

521. The worker must not eat while on hired time—Deuteronomy 23:26

522. The worker must not take more than he can eat—Deuteronomy 23:25

523. Not to muzzle an ox while plowing—Deuteronomy 25:4

524. The courts must carry out the laws of a borrower—Exodus 22:13

525. The courts must carry out the laws of an unpaid guard—Exodus 22:6

526. Lend to the poor and destitute—Exodus 22:24

527. Not to press them for payment if you know they don’t have it—Exodus 22:24

528. Press the idolater for payment—Deuteronomy 15:3

529. The creditor must not forcibly take collateral—Deuteronomy 24:10

530. Return the collateral to the debtor when needed—Deuteronomy 24:13

531. Not to delay its return when needed—Deuteronomy 24:12

532. Not to demand collateral from a widow—Deuteronomy 24:17

533. Not to demand as collateral utensils needed for preparing food—Deuteronomy 24:6

534. Not to lend with interest—Leviticus 25:37

535. Not to borrow with interest—Deuteronomy 23:20

536. Not to intermediate in an interest loan, guarantee, witness, or write the promissory note—Exodus 22:24

537. Lend to and borrow from idolaters with interest—Deuteronomy 23:21

538. The courts must carry out the laws of the plaintiff, admitter, or denier—Exodus 22:8

539. Carry out the laws of the order of inheritance—Numbers 27:8

540. Appoint judges—Deuteronomy 16:18

541. Not to appoint judges who are not familiar with judicial procedure—Deuteronomy 1:17

542. Decide by majority in case of disagreement—Exodus 23:2

543. [In capital cases] the court must not execute through a majority of one; at least a majority of two is required—Exodus 23:2

544. A judge who presented an acquittal plea must not present an argument for conviction in capital cases—Exodus 23:2

545. The courts must carry out the death penalty of stoning—Deuteronomy 22:24

546. The courts must carry out the death penalty of burning—Leviticus 20:14

547. The courts must carry out the death penalty of the sword—Exodus 21:20

548. The courts must carry out the death penalty of strangulation—Leviticus 20:10

549. The courts must hang those stoned for blasphemy or idolatry—Deuteronomy 21:22

550. Bury the executed [as well as all deceased] on the day they are killed—Deuteronomy 21:23

551. Not to delay burial overnight—Deuteronomy 21:23

552. The court must not let the sorcerer live—Exodus 22:17

553. The court must give lashes to the wrongdoer—Deuteronomy 25:2

554. The court must not exceed the prescribed number of lashes—Deuteronomy 25:3

555. The court must not kill anybody on circumstantial evidence—Exodus 23:7

556. The court must not punish anybody who was forced to do a crime—Deuteronomy 22:26

557. A judge must not pity the murderer or assaulter at the trial—Deuteronomy 19:13

558. A judge must not have mercy on the poor man at the trial—Leviticus 19:15

559. A judge must not respect the great man at the trial—Leviticus 19:15

560. A judge must not decide unjustly the case of the habitual transgressor—Exodus 23:6

561. A judge must not pervert justice—Leviticus 19:15

562. A judge must not pervert a case involving a convert or orphan—Deuteronomy 24:17

563. Judge righteously—Leviticus 19:15

564. The judge must not fear a violent man in judgment—Deuteronomy 1:17

565. Judges must not accept bribes—Exodus 23:8

566. Judges must not accept testimony unless both parties are present—Exodus 23:1

567. Not to curse judges—Exodus 22:27

568. Not to curse the head of state or leader of the Sanhedrin—Exodus 22:27

569. Not to curse any upstanding Jew—Leviticus 19:14

570. Anybody who knows evidence must testify in court—Leviticus 5:1

571. Carefully interrogate the witness—Deuteronomy 13:15

572. A witness must not serve as a judge in capital crimes—Numbers 35:30

573. Not to accept testimony from a lone witness—Deuteronomy 19:15

574. Transgressors must not testify—Exodus 23:1

575. Relatives of the litigants must not testify—Deuteronomy 24:16

576. Not to testify falsely—Exodus 20:13

577. Punish the false witnesses with the same punishment they were seeking for the defendant—Deuteronomy 19:19

578. Act according to the ruling of the Sanhedrin—Deuteronomy 17:11

579. Not to deviate from the word of the Sanhedrin—Deuteronomy 17:11

580. Not to add to the Torah commandments or their oral explanations—Deuteronomy 13:1

581. Not to diminish from the Torah any commandments, in whole or in part—Deuteronomy 13:1

582. Not to curse your father or mother—Exodus 21:17

583. Not to strike your father or mother—Exodus 21:15

584. Respect your father and mother—Exodus 20:12

585. Fear your father and mother—Leviticus 19:3

586. Not to be a rebellious son—Deuteronomy 21:20

587. Mourn for relatives—Leviticus 10:19

588. The High Priest must not defile himself through contact with a relative—Leviticus 21:11

589. The High Priest must not enter under the same roof as a corpse—Leviticus 21:11

590. A Kohen must not defile himself for anyone except relatives—Leviticus 21:1

591. Appoint a king from Israel—Deuteronomy 17:15

592. Not to appoint a convert—Deuteronomy 17:15

593. The king must not have too many wives—Deuteronomy 17:17

594. The king must not have too many horses—Deuteronomy 17:16

595. The king must not have too much silver and gold—Deuteronomy 17:17

596. Destroy the seven Canaanite nations—Deuteronomy 20:17

597. Not to let any of them remain alive—Deuteronomy 20:16

598. Wipe out the descendants of Amalek—Deuteronomy 25:19

599. Remember what Amalek did to the Jewish people—Deuteronomy 25:17

600. Not to forget Amalek’s atrocities and ambush on our journey from Egypt in the desert—Deuteronomy 25:19

601. Not to dwell permanently in Egypt—Deuteronomy 17:16

602. Offer peace terms to the inhabitants of a city while holding siege, and treat them according to the Torah if they accept the terms—Deuteronomy 20:10

603. Not to offer peace to Ammon and Moab while besieging them—Deuteronomy 23:7

604. Not to destroy fruit trees even during the siege—Deuteronomy 20:19

605. Prepare latrines outside the army camps—Deuteronomy 23:13

606. Prepare a shovel for each soldier to dig with—Deuteronomy 23:14

607. Appoint a priest to speak with the soldiers during the war—Deuteronomy 20:2

608. He who has taken a wife, built a new home, or planted a vineyard is given a year to rejoice with his possessions—Deuteronomy 24:5

609. Not to demand from the above any involvement, communal or military—Deuteronomy 24:5

610. Not to panic and retreat during battle—Deuteronomy 20:3

611. Keep the laws of the captive woman—Deuteronomy 21:11

612. Not to sell her into slavery—Deuteronomy 21:14

613. Not to retain her for servitude after having relations with her—Deuteronomy 21:14

MISHLEI (Book of Proverbs)מִשְׁלֵי

מִשְׁלֵי

Mishlei 1
Mishlei 2
Mishlei 3
Mishlei 4
Mishlei 5
Mishlei 6
Mishlei 7
Mishlei 8
Mishlei 9
Mishlei 10
Mishlei 11
Mishlei 12
Mishlei 13
Mishlei 14
Mishlei 15
Mishlei 16
Mishlei 17
Mishlei 18
Mishlei 19
Mishlei 20
Mishlei 21
Mishlei 22
Mishlei 23
Mishlei 24
Mishlei 25
Mishlei 26
Mishlei 27
Mishlei 28
Mishlei 29
Mishlei 30
Mishlei 31


[1-5] מִשְׁלֵי

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1 The proverbs of Solomon the son of David, king of Israel; 2 To know wisdom and instruction; to perceive the words of understanding; 3 To receive the instruction of wisdom, justice, and judgment, and equity; 4 To give subtilty to the simple, to the young man knowledge and discretion. 5 A wise man will hear, and will increase learning; and a man of understanding shall attain unto wise counsels: 6 To understand a proverb, and the interpretation; the words of the wise, and their dark sayings. 7 The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction. 8 My son, hear the instruction of thy father, and forsake not the law of thy mother: 9 For they shall be an ornament of grace unto thy head, and chains about thy neck. 10 My son, if sinners entice thee, consent thou not. 11 If they say, Come with us, let us lay wait for blood, let us lurk privily for the innocent without cause: 12 Let us swallow them up alive as the grave; and whole, as those that go down into the pit: 13 We shall find all precious substance, we shall fill our houses with spoil: 14 Cast in thy lot among us; let us all have one purse: 15 My son, walk not thou in the way with them; refrain thy foot from their path: 16 For their feet run to evil, and make haste to shed blood. 17 Surely in vain the net is spread in the sight of any bird*. 18 And they lay wait for their own blood; they lurk privily for their own lives. 19 So are the ways of every one that is greedy of gain; which taketh away the life of the owners thereof. 20 Wisdom crieth without; she uttereth her voice in the streets: 21 She crieth in the chief place of concourse, in the openings of the gates: in the city she uttereth her words, saying, 22 How long, ye simple ones, will ye love simplicity? and the scorners delight in their scorning, and fools hate knowledge? 23 Turn you at my reproof: behold, I will pour out my spirit unto you, I will make known my words unto you. 24 Because I have called, and ye refused; I have stretched out my hand, and no man regarded; 25 But ye have set at nought all my counsel, and would none of my reproof: 26 I also will laugh at your calamity; I will mock when your fear cometh; 27 When your fear cometh as desolation*, and your destruction cometh as a whirlwind; when distress and anguish cometh upon you. 28 Then shall they call upon me, but I will not answer; they shall seek me early, but they shall not find me: 29 For that they hated knowledge, and did not choose the fear of the LORD: 30 They would none of my counsel: they despised all my reproof. 31 Therefore shall they eat of the fruit of their own way, and be filled with their own devices. 32 For the turning away of the simple shall slay them, and the prosperity of fools shall destroy them. 33 But whoso hearkeneth unto me shall dwell safely, and shall be quiet from fear of evil.


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1 My son, if thou wilt receive my words, and hide my commandments with thee; 2 So that thou incline thine ear unto wisdom, and apply thine heart to understanding; 3 Yea, if thou criest after knowledge, and liftest up thy voice for understanding; 4 If thou seekest her as silver, and searchest for her as for hid treasures; 5 Then shalt thou understand the fear of the LORD, and find the knowledge of God. 6 For the LORD giveth wisdom: out of his mouth cometh knowledge and understanding. 7 He layeth up sound wisdom for the righteous: he is a buckler to them that walk uprightly. 8 He keepeth the paths of judgment, and preserveth the way of his saints. 9 Then shalt thou understand righteousness, and judgment, and equity; yea, every good path. 10 When wisdom entereth into thine heart, and knowledge is pleasant unto thy soul; 11 Discretion shall preserve thee, understanding shall keep thee: 12 To deliver thee from the way of the evil man, from the man that speaketh froward things; 13 Who leave the paths of uprightness, to walk in the ways of darkness; 14 Who rejoice to do evil, and delight in the frowardness of the wicked; 15 Whose ways are crooked, and they froward in their paths: 16 To deliver thee from the strange woman, even from the stranger which flattereth with her words; 17 Which forsaketh the guide of her youth, and forgetteth the covenant of her God. 18 For her house inclineth unto death, and her paths unto the dead. 19 None that go unto her return again, neither take they hold of the paths of life. 20 That thou mayest walk in the way of good men, and keep the paths of the righteous. 21 For the upright shall dwell in the land, and the perfect shall remain in it. 22 But the wicked shall be cut off from the earth, and the transgressors shall be rooted out of it.


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1 My son, forget not my law; but let thine heart keep my commandments: 2 For length of days, and long life, and peace, shall they add to thee. 3 Let not mercy and truth forsake thee: bind them about thy neck; write them upon the table of thine heart: 4 So shalt thou find favour and good understanding in the sight of God and man. 5 Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. 6 In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. 7 Be not wise in thine own eyes: fear the LORD, and depart from evil. 8 It shall be health to thy navel, and marrow to thy bones. 9 Honour the LORD with thy substance, and with the firstfruits of all thine increase: 10 So shall thy barns be filled with plenty, and thy presses shall burst out with new wine. 11 My son, despise not the chastening of the LORD; neither be weary of his correction: 12 For whom the LORD loveth he correcteth; even as a father the son in whom he delighteth. 13 Happy is the man that findeth wisdom, and the man that getteth understanding. 14 For the merchandise of it is better than the merchandise of silver, and the gain thereof than fine gold. 15 She is more precious than rubies: and all the things thou canst desire are not to be compared unto her. 16 Length of days is in her right hand; and in her left hand riches and honour. 17 Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace. 18 She is a tree of life to them that lay hold upon her: and happy is every one that retaineth her. 19 The LORD by wisdom hath founded the earth; by understanding hath he established the heavens. 20 By his knowledge the depths are broken up, and the clouds drop down the dew. 21 My son, let not them depart from thine eyes: keep sound wisdom and discretion: 22 So shall they be life unto thy soul, and grace to thy neck. 23 Then shalt thou walk in thy way safely, and thy foot shall not stumble. 24 When thou liest down, thou shalt not be afraid: yea, thou shalt lie down, and thy sleep shall be sweet. 25 Be not afraid of sudden fear, neither of the desolation of the wicked, when it cometh. 26 For the LORD shall be thy confidence, and shall keep thy foot from being taken. 27 Withhold not good from them to whom it is due, when it is in the power of thine hand to do it. 28 Say not unto thy neighbour, Go, and come again, and to morrow I will give; when thou hast it by thee. 29 Devise not evil against thy neighbour, seeing he dwelleth securely by thee. 30 Strive not with a man without cause, if he have done thee no harm. 31 Envy thou not the oppressor*, and choose none of his ways. 32 For the froward is abomination to the LORD: but his secret is with the righteous. 33 The curse of the LORD is in the house of the wicked: but he blesseth the habitation of the just. 34 Surely he scorneth the scorners: but he giveth grace unto the lowly*. 35 The wise shall inherit glory: but shame shall be the promotion of fools.


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1 Hear, ye children, the instruction of a father, and attend to know understanding. 2 For I give you good doctrine, forsake ye not my law. 3 For I was my father’s son, tender and only beloved in the sight of my mother. 4 He taught me also, and said unto me, Let thine heart retain my words: keep my commandments, and live. 5 Get wisdom, get understanding: forget it not; neither decline from the words of my mouth. 6 Forsake her not, and she shall preserve thee: love her, and she shall keep thee. 7 Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding. 8 Exalt her, and she shall promote thee: she shall bring thee to honour, when thou dost embrace her. 9 She shall give to thine head an ornament of grace: a crown of glory shall she deliver to thee. 10 Hear, O my son, and receive my sayings; and the years of thy life shall be many. 11 I have taught thee in the way of wisdom; I have led thee in right paths. 12 When thou goest, thy steps shall not be straitened; and when thou runnest, thou shalt not stumble. 13 Take fast hold of instruction; let her not go: keep her; for she is thy life. 14 Enter not into the path of the wicked, and go not in the way of evil men. 15 Avoid it, pass not by it, turn from it, and pass away. 16 For they sleep not, except they have done mischief; and their sleep is taken away, unless they cause some to fall. 17 For they eat the bread of wickedness, and drink the wine of violence. 18 But the path of the just is as the shining light, that shineth more and more unto the perfect day. 19 The way of the wicked is as darkness: they know not at what they stumble. 20 My son, attend to my words; incline thine ear unto my sayings. 21 Let them not depart from thine eyes; keep them in the midst of thine heart. 22 For they are life unto those that find them, and health to all their flesh. 23 Keep thy heart with all diligence; for out of it are the issues of life. 24 Put away from thee a froward mouth, and perverse lips put far from thee. 25 Let thine eyes look right on, and let thine eyelids look straight before thee. 26 Ponder the path of thy feet, and let all thy ways be established. 27 Turn not to the right hand nor to the left: remove thy foot from evil.

 


 

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1 My son, attend unto my wisdom, and bow thine ear to my understanding: 2 That thou mayest regard discretion, and that thy lips may keep knowledge. 3 For the lips of a strange woman drop as an honeycomb, and her mouth is smoother than oil: 4 But her end is bitter as wormwood, sharp as a twoedged sword. 5 Her feet go down to death; her steps take hold on hell. 6 Lest thou shouldest ponder the path of life, her ways are moveable, that thou canst not know them. 7 Hear me now therefore, O ye children, and depart not from the words of my mouth. 8 Remove thy way far from her, and come not nigh the door of her house: 9 Lest thou give thine honour unto others, and thy years unto the cruel: 10 Lest strangers be filled with thy wealth; and thy labours be in the house of a stranger; 11 And thou mourn at the last, when thy flesh and thy body are consumed, 12 And say, How have I hated instruction, and my heart despised reproof; 13 And have not obeyed the voice of my teachers, nor inclined mine ear to them that instructed me! 14 I was almost in all evil in the midst of the congregation and assembly. 15 Drink waters out of thine own cistern, and running waters out of thine own well. 16 Let thy fountains be dispersed abroad, and rivers of waters in the streets. 17 Let them be only thine own, and not strangers’ with thee. 18 Let thy fountain be blessed: and rejoice with the wife of thy youth. 19 Let her be as the loving hind and pleasant roe; let her breasts satisfy thee at all times; and be thou ravished always with her love. 20 And why wilt thou, my son, be ravished with a strange woman, and embrace the bosom of a stranger? 21 For the ways of man are before the eyes of the LORD, and he pondereth all his goings. 22 His own iniquities shall take the wicked himself, and he shall be holden with the cords of his sins. 23 He shall die without instruction; and in the greatness of his folly he shall go astray.

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  • The Tanach –Jewish Written Law
  • The Talmud –Jewish Oral Law[The Oral Law is a legal commentary on the Torah-first five Books]
  • The Koran- Jews in the Koran

Balfour Declaration [1917]

Foreign Office

November 2nd, 1917

Dear Lord Rothschild,

I have much pleasure in conveying to you. on behalf of His Majesty’s Government, the following declaration of sympathy with Jewish Zionist aspirations which has been submitted to, and approved by, the Cabinet

His Majesty’s Government view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, and will use their best endeavors to facilitate the achievement of this object, it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country.

I should be grateful if you would bring this declaration to the knowledge of the Zionist Federation.

Yours,

Arthur James Balfour

Daulat Singh Rathore Vs. Rajasthan Housing Board [SC 2017 December]

KEYWORDS:- MRTP Commission-

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ACTS: Rajasthan Housing Board Act, 1970

DATE: December 04, 2017

BENCH: [ABHAY MANOHAR SAPRE]  [NAVIN SINHA]

Daulat Singh Rathore Vs. Rajasthan Housing Board

[Civil Appeal No. 2832 of 2007]

Abhay Manohar Sapre, J.

1. This appeal is filed against the final judgment and order dated 20.02.2006 passed by the Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Commission, New Delhi (hereinafter referred to as “MRTP Commission”) in UTPE No. 207 of 1998 whereby the MRTP Commission disposed of the complaint and discharged the notice of enquiry holding that the allegation of unfair trade practice against the respondent are not proved.

2. The facts of the case lie in a narrow compass. They, however, need mention infra to appreciate the short issue involved in the appeal.

3. The Respondent herein is a State Housing Board (hereinafter referred to as “the Board”). The Board is constituted for the State of Rajasthan under the Rajasthan Housing Board Act, 1970 (hereinafter referred to as “the Act”).

4. Pursuant to the Schemes introduced by the Board for sale of different types of Houses/flats in the city of Jodhpur, the Board invited applications from public at large in the year 1982 for sale of different categories of the houses/flats.

5. The appellant made an application on 27.12.1982 (Annexure-P-1) to the Board for allotment of one flat to him at Jodhpur under a Scheme called, Middle Income Group “B” category. On 30.05.1983, the appellant deposited a sum of Rs.4,600/- as registration amount and then deposited a sum of Rs.15,000/- on 18.09.1993 being first instalment.

6. Thereafter, there arose disputes between the appellant and the Board for sale of the flat which, in the first instance, led to filing of the petition being Writ Petition No.4707/1993 by the appellant in the High Court of Rajasthan at Jodhpur. By order dated 04.05.1995, the High Court dismissed the writ petition as having rendered infructuous.

7. The appellant then took recourse to two remedies for ventilating his grievance against the Board. He filed a suit being Civil Suit No. 23/2001 in the Court of ADJ(I) at Jodhpur on 02.07.2001 challenging therein the actions of the Board and simultaneously filed a complaint being UTPE No. 207/1998 before the MRTP Commission, New Delhi against the Board.

8. So far as the suit is concerned, it is still pending and so far as the complaint is concerned, it was dismissed by the MRTP Commission by impugned order dated 20.02.2006 giving rise to filing of this appeal by way of special leave by the appellant in this Court. This Court granted leave on 17.05.2007.

9. On 11.08.2016, this Court recorded in the proceeding that the appellant has given a proposal to the Board for reconsideration of his case for allotment of the flat. This Court observed that the Board should look into the appellant’s proposal with objectivity and call the appellant personally to resolve the dispute out of the Court. On 19.10.2016, learned counsel for the respondent made a statement that the Board has decided to allot one flat to the appellant and the details of the same would be placed on record within 2 weeks. On 23.03.2017, this Court wanted to find out the prices of the flats between 2005 to 2010. The Board has accordingly placed on record the details of the prices of the flats.

10. It is in the light of these background facts, the question arises as to what order needs to be passed for the disposal of the appeal.

11. Having heard the learned counsel for the parties and on perusing the record of the case and further keeping in view the nature of the controversy, stand taken by the both parties and lastly, the interim orders passed by this Court on various dates mentioned above, we are of the considered opinion that this appeal can be disposed of finally by passing the following directions.

12. In our opinion, the directions given hereinbelow would balance the equities between the parties and also safeguard their interest in relation to the subject matter of the appeal. The following are the directions:

(i) The Board will allot one flat to the appellant in Jodhpur in Board’s Middle Income Group “B” Housing Scheme.

(ii) The appellant will pay the price of the flat selected by him as per the approved Government’s price prevalent and in force as on the date of this judgment.

(iii) The Board will adjust a sum of Rs.19,600/- + interest @12% per annum to be calculated on Rs. 19,600/- from the date of its payment by the appellant to the Board till the date of execution of sale deed by the Board in appellant’s favour from the total price and after giving adjustment of the said amount, i.e.,(principal amount Rs.19,600/- and interest) the balance would be considered as final price payable by the appellant to the Board for purchase of flat.

(iv) In other words, the appellant will pay a total price of the flat to the Board after deducting Rs.19,600/- + interest to be calculated @ 12 % p.a. on Rs.19,600/- from the date the said payment was made by the appellant to the Board till the date of execution of sale deed of the flat.

(v) The Board will accordingly work out the price of the flat, as directed above, and inform the appellant.

(vi) If the appellant deposits the entire sale consideration, as directed above, within the time fixed by the Board in the notice sent to the appellant, the Board will execute the sale deed in favour of the appellant and also in favour of appellant’s first blood relation jointly along with the appellant, in case, the appellant expresses his wish to allow any of his blood relation to join with him as co-owner in execution of the sale deed. It is because it was stated at the bar that the appellant is now quite aged. This liberty is, therefore, granted to the appellant.

(vii) If the appellant fails to pay the price within the time fixed by the Board then a sum of Rs.19,600/- deposited by the appellant with the Board shall stand forfeited.

(viii) Let all the formalities, as directed above, be completed within 6 months from the date of receipt of this judgment by the parties under intimation to both as an outer limit to give quietus to this litigation with no claim of any kind surviving against both the parties for future.

13. In view of foregoing directions, we do not consider it necessary to examine the legal issues arising in the case.

14. The appeal stands disposed of finally.

Campaign for Judicial Accountability and Reforms Vs. Union of India and Others [SC 2017 DECEMBER]

KEYWORDS :-PIL-Special Investigation Team-

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There is no question of registering any FIR against any sitting Judge of the High Court or of this Court as it is not permissible as per the law laid down by a Constitution Bench of Hon’ble Judges of this Court in the case of K. Veeraswami v. Union of India (1991) 3 SCC 655 wherein this Court observed that in order to ensure the independence of the judiciary the apprehension that the Executive being largest litigant, it is likely to misuse the power to prosecute the Judges.
There cannot be registration of any FIR against a High Court Judge or Chief Justice of the High Court or the Supreme Court Judge without the consultation of the Hon’ble Chief Justice of India and, in case there is an allegation against Hon’ble Chief Justice of India, the decision has to be taken by the Hon’ble President, in accordance with the procedure prescribed in the said decision.

DATE  :December 1, 2017.

BENCH :  (R.K. AGRAWAL)  (ARUN MISHRA)  (A.M. KHANWILKAR)

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

Campaign for Judicial Accountability and Reforms Vs. Union of India and Others

[Writ Petition (Criminal) No. 169 of 2017]

O R D E R

1. By means of the present writ petition (public interest litigation) (PIL), the petitioner, Campaign for Judicial Accountability and Reforms, through its Secretary, has approached this Court seeking a writ of mandamus or any other writ or direction of similar nature to constitute a Special Investigation Team (SIT) headed by a retired Chief Justice of India to investigate in the matter of alleged conspiracy and payment of bribes for procuring favourable order in a matter pending before this Court and take consequential actions thereafter along with a direction to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to hand over all the materials/evidence collected so far in the FIR bearing No. RC10(A)/2017-AC.III, New Delhi to the SIT to be constituted by this Court.

2. We have heard Shri Prashant Bhushan, learned counsel for the petitioner and Mr. K.K. Venugopal, learned Attorney General appearing for the Union of India.

3. Shri Prashant Bhushan, referring to the FIR dated 19.09.2017 filed by the CBI, New Delhi submitted that in the FIR names of various persons have been mentioned as suspected accused along with other unknown public servants and private persons. According to him, the aforesaid FIR has been lodged regarding some criminal conspiracy for getting a matter pending before this Court settled. He thus submitted that one does not know how many public and private persons are involved in it and the matter relates to huge gratification for inducing public servants in a matter pending before this Court. He, however, emphasized that the purpose of filing this petition is not to name any Judge of this Court but to protect the independence of the judiciary and in order to arrive at an impartial investigation, this Court may appoint a SIT headed by a retired Chief Justice of India.

4. Learned Attorney General for India, on the other hand, submitted that the petitioner is abusing the process of court and this very issue, in an identical writ petition, being No. W.P. (Crl.) No. 176 of 2017 titled Kamini Jaiswal vs. Union of India and Another has been considered and the writ petition has been dismissed by this Court on 14.11.2017. Therefore, the present writ petition is also liable to be dismissed on this ground alone.

5. We have given our thoughtful consideration to the various pleas raised by learned counsel for the parties and we find that in Kamini Jaiswal (supra), this Court had considered the similar plea raised by Shri Prashant Bhushan and had dealt in detail vide judgment and order dated 14.11.2017. For ready reference, the reliefs, the facts as also the findings recorded by this Court in Kamini Jaiswal (supra) in paragraph Nos. 4, 7, 8, 22 and 29 are reproduced below:-

“4. In the writ petitions, a prayer has been made to constitute a Special Investigation Team (SIT), headed by retired Chief Justice of India, to investigate the offences arising out of FIR being RC.10(A)/2017-AC. III dated 19.9.2017 recorded at New Delhi by the CBI and those connected therewith and take consequential action thereafter in accordance with law. A prayer was also made to direct the CBI, to produce before this Court for its perusal and, preserve and protect, all evidences/materials collected so far and hand over all the materials/evidences collected so far in the FIR to the SIT to be constituted by this Court.

7. On 19.9.2017, an FIR was registered against the following persons in connection with the case :

(i) Shri I.M. Quddusi, retired Judge of the High Court of Odisha.

(ii) Smt. Bhawana Pandey r/o GK. New Delhi (private person)

(iii) Shri B.P. Yadav (private person)

(iv) Shri Palash Yadav (private person)

(v) Shri Sudhir Giri (Private person)

(vi) Shri Biswanath Agrawala, r/o HIG – 136, Phase 1, Kanan Vihar, Bhubaneshwar, Odisha (Private person) (vii) Other unknown public servants and private persons.

8. It was alleged in the FIR, that Mr. B.P. Yadav had requested Justice I.M. Quddusi and Smt. Bhawana Pandey to get the matter settled in the apex Court through their contacts. They engaged Mr. Biswanath Agarwala, a private person and a resident of Bhubaneswar, Orissa for getting the matter settled in the apex Court. Mr. Biswanath Agrawala claimed that he would get the matter favourably settled. He demanded huge gratification for inducing the public servants by corrupt and illegal means. Further, that Mr. B.P. Yadav, Mr. Palash Yadav, Justice I.M. Quddusi, Mrs. Bhawana Pandey and Mr. Sudhir Giri were all likely to meet Mr. Biswanath Agrawala for delivering the agreed illegal gratification at Delhi shortly.

The FIR was recorded on 19.9.2017 whereas this Court had already disposed of the matter on 18.9.2017. It is averred in the petition that the case discloses commission of offence punishable under section 8 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 and section 120B of the IPC against the named persons as well 5 as against the unknown public servants and private persons. It is further averred in the petition that since the matter involves persons placed at the highest echelons of power including justice delivery system and in subsequent raids made by the CBI it has recovered close to Rs.2 crores in cash, the agency has seized Rs.1 crore which the Hawala operator had handed over to an aide of the retired Judge I.M. Quddusi.

22. The submissions so raised, and averments so made, in this petition, and the entire scenario created by filing of two successive petitions, are really disturbing a lot.

The entire judicial system has been unnecessarily brought into disrepute for no good cause whatsoever. It passes comprehension how it was, that the petitioner presumed, that there is an FIR lodged against any public functionary. There is an averment made in the writ petition that it is against the highest judicial functionaries; that FIR has been recorded. We do not find reflection of any name of the Judge of this Court in the FIR.

There is no question of registering any FIR against any sitting Judge of the High Court or of this Court as it is not permissible as per the law laid down by a Constitution Bench of Hon’ble Judges of this Court in the case of K. Veeraswami v. Union of India (1991) 3 SCC 655 wherein this Court observed that in order to ensure the independence of the judiciary the apprehension that the Executive being largest litigant, it is likely to misuse the power to prosecute the Judges. Any complaint against a Judge and investigation by the CBI if given publicity, will have a far reaching effect on the Judge and the litigant public.

The need, therefore, is of judicious use of action taken under the Act. There cannot be registration of any FIR against a High Court Judge or Chief Justice of the High Court or the Supreme Court Judge without the consultation of the Hon’ble Chief Justice of India and, in case there is an allegation against Hon’ble Chief Justice of India, the decision has to be taken by the Hon’ble President, in accordance with the procedure prescribed in the said decision.

Thus, the instant petitions, as filed, are a misconceived venture inasmuch, as the petition wrongly presupposes that investigation involves higher judiciary, i.e. this Court’s functionaries are under the scanner in the aforesaid case; that independence of judiciary cannot be left at the mercy of the CBI or that of the police is a red herring. There cannot be any FIR even against the Civil Judge/Munsif without 6 permission of the Chief Justice of the concerned court; and rightly, FIR has not been registered against any sitting Judge. Otherwise, on unfounded allegations, any honest Judge to the core, can be defamed, and reputation can be jeopardized. No Judge can be held responsible for what may, or has happened in the corridors, or for ‘who purports to sell whom’.

The alleged actions of a retired Judge of a High Court, allegedly assuring and promising, a ‘favourable’ decision in the aforesaid circumstances of the case which was then pending before this Court, in the aforesaid circumstances and has assured favourable orders, begs the question, and we wonder, as to what favourable orders have been passed. As is apparent from the aforesaid narration of facts, there was no favourable order granted by this Court in favour of the medical college for the current academic session 2017-18, rather its inspection for considering confirmation of letter of permission for the next year 2018-19 had been ordered. The decision will be in the hands of the MCI.

After decision has been rendered on 18.9.2017 by this Court, an FIR has been lodged and it appears that money was yet to be exchanged. The FIR dated 19.9.2017 reflects that Mr. B.P. Yadav, Justice Quddusi, Ms. Bhawana Pandey, and Mr. Sudhir Giri were likely to meet Mr. Biswanath Agarwala for getting favourable order at Delhi shortly; whereas this Court has already decided the mater on 18.9.2017. Thus it is a far fetched and too tenuous to even assume or allege that the matter was pending in this Court for which any bribe was to be delivered to anyone.

29. ….. Ultimately after arguing at length, at the end, it was submitted by the petitioner and her counsel that they were not aiming at any individual. If that was not so, unfounded allegations ought not to have been made against the system and that too against the Hon’ble Chief Justice of this country. In case majesty of our judicial system has to survive, such kind of petitions should not have been preferred that too against the settled proposition of law laid down by this Court in the aforesaid decisions of this Court in Dr. D C Saxena (supra) and K. Veeraswami (supra).”

6. The FIR which came for consideration in the case of Kamini Jaiswal (supra) and in this case, is the same. Further, we find that in Kamini Jaiswal (supra), this Court had noted the circumstances under which similar petition, that is, W.P. (Crl.) No. 176 of 2017 was filed by Advocate Kamini Jaiswal on 09.11.2017, i.e., immediately on the next day of the mentioning of the present petition on 08.11.2017. The facts, the relief, the submissions being same which was in Kamini Jaiswal (supra), we do not find any good ground to entertain this petition as the matter had already been decided by this Court vide judgment and order dated 14.11.2017 relevant portions of which have already been reproduced above.

7. It is also relevant to mention here that this Court in paragraph 22 in Kamini Jaiswal (supra) has raised its concern about filing of the successive writ petitions in the following words:

“22. The submissions so raised, and averments so made, in this petition, and the entire scenario created by filing of two successive petitions, are really disturbing a lot. The entire judicial system has been unnecessarily brought into disrepute for no good cause whatsoever. It passes comprehension how it was, that the petitioner presumed, that there is an FIR lodged against any public functionary. There is an averment made in the writ petition that it is against the highest judicial functionaries; that FIR has been  recorded. We do not find reflection of any name of the Judge of this Court in the FIR….”

8. The petition is not only wholly frivolous, but contemptuous, unwarranted, aims at scandalizing the highest judicial system of the country, without any reasonable basis and filed in an irresponsible manner, that too by a body of persons professing to espouse the cause of accountability. What an irony of fate, the petitioner has itself forgotten its accountability and filing of such petition may entail in ultimate debarment of such petitioners from filing so-called public interest litigation which in fact has caused more injury to cause of public than subserving it.

9. In view of the foregoing discussion, we are of the considered opinion and we are constrained to say that the present petition, in particular, the manner in which it has been pursued without any remorse by questioning the decision rendered on the subject matter by this Court including the plea taken in the earlier petition as noted in paragraph 29 of the said decision, is gross abuse of the process of court. Therefore, it has to be dismissed with exemplary costs in order to ensure that such attempt is not repeated in future.

10. Accordingly, the writ petition is dismissed with cost of Rs. 25 (twenty five) lakhs to be deposited by the petitioner before the Registry of this Court within six weeks whereafter the said amount shall be transferred to Supreme Court Bar Association Advocates’ Welfare Fund.

THE CONSTITUTION (SCHEDULED CASTES) ORDER, 1950

(C.O.19)

Acts

 In  exercise  of the powers conferred by clause (1) of article 341  of the  Constitution of India, the President, after consultation with the Governors  and Rajpramukhs of the States concerned, is pleased to make the following Order, namely:-

  1.  This Order may be called the Constitution (Scheduled Caste) Order, 1950.

  1. Subject  to  the provisions of this Order, the castes,  races  or tribes  or  parts of, or groups within, castes or tribes specified  in 2[Parts  to 3[XXII] 7{XXIII}8XXIV of the Schedule to this Order shall, in  relation to  the States to which those Parts respectively relate, be deemed  to be  Scheduled Castes so far as regards member thereof resident in  the localities  specified  in  relation  to them in those  Parts  of  that Schedule.

4[3.  Notwithstanding anything contained in paragraph 2, no person who professes  a  religion  different from the Hindu 5[, the Sikh  or  the Buddhist]  religion  shall  be deemed to be a member  of  a  Scheduled Caste.]

6[4.  Any reference in this Order to a State or to a district or other territorial  division thereof shall be construed as a reference to the  State,  district  or other territorial division as constituted on  the 1st day of May, 1976.]

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 foot notes :

  1. Published with the Ministry or Law Notification No.  S.R.O.  385, dated  the  10th August, 1950, Gazette of India, Extraordinary,  1950,
  2. Part  II, Section 3, page 163.
  3. Subs.   by  the  Scheduled  Castes  and  Scheduled  Tribes  Lists (Modification)  Order, 1956.
  4. Subs.  by Act 18 of 1987, s.  19 and First Sch., for “XXI” (w.e.f. 30-5-1987).
  5. Subs by Act 63 of 1956, s.  3 and First Sch., for paragraph 3.
  6. Subs.  by Act 15 of 1990, s.  2, for “or the Sikh”.
  7. Subs.  by Act 108 of 1976, s.  3 and First Sch., for paragraph  4 (w.e.f.  27-7-1977).
  8. Subs. by  Act 28 of  2000 , s.  19 and Third Sch.  (w.e.f.  1.11.2000).
  9.   Subs.by Act 29 of 2000,  s. 24 and Fifth Sch. (w.e.f.  9.11.2000)

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    (Part III.- Rules   and   Orders   under   the   Constitution)

                            1[THE SCHEDULE

                      PART I. – Andhra Pradesh

  1.   Adi Andhra

  1.   Adi Dravida

  1.   Anamuk

  1.   Aray Mala

  1.   Arundhatiya

  1.   Arwa Mala

  1.   Bariki

  1.   Bavuri

  1.   Beda Jangam, Budga jangam

  1.   Bindla

  1.   Byagara

  1.   Chachati

  1.   Chalavadi

  1.   Chamar, Mochi, Muchi

  1.   Chambhar

  1.   Chandala

  1.   Dakkal, Dokkalwar

  1.   Dandasi

  1.   Dhor

  1.      Dom, Dombara, Paidi, Pano

  1.   Ellamalawar, Yellammalawandlu

  1.   Ghasi, Haddi, Relli, Chanchandi

  1.   Godagali

  1.   Godari

  1.   Gosangi

  1.   Holeya

  1.   Holeya Dasari

  1.   Jaggali

  1.   Jambuvulu

  1.   Kolupulvandlu

  1.   Madasi Kuruva, Madari Kuruva

  1.   Madiga

  1.   Madiga Dasu, Mashteen

  1.   Mahar

  1.   Mala

  1.   Mala Dasari

  1.   Mala Dasu

  1.   Mala Hannai

  1.   Malajangam

  1.      Mala Masti

  1.   Mala Sale, Nethani

  1.   Mala Sanyasi

  1.   Mang

  1.   Mang Garodi

  1.   Manne

  1.   Mashti

  1.   Matangi

  1.   Mehtar

  1.   Mitha Ayyalvar

  1.   Mundala

  1.   Paky, Moti, Thoti

  1.   Pambada, Pambanda

  1.   Pamidi

  1.   Panchama, Pariah

  1.   Relli

  1.   Samagara

  1.   Samban

  1.   Sapru

  1.   Sindhollu, Chindollu

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                          Part II. – Assam

  1.   Bansphor

  1.   Bhuinmali, Mali

  1.   Brittial Bania, Bania

  1.   Bhupi, Dhobi

  1.   Dugla,  Dholi

  1.   Hira

  1.   Jalkeot

  1.   Jhalo Malo, Jhalo-Malo

  1.   Kaibartta, Jaliya

  1.   Lalbegi

  1.   Mahara

  1.   Mehtar, Bhangi

  1.   Muchi, Rishi

  1.   Namasudra

  1.   Patni

  1.   Sutradhar.

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1.Subs. by Act 108 of 1976, s. 3 and First Sch. for the former Sch. (w.e.f. 27-7-1977).

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                          Part III. – Bihar

  1.   Bantar

  1.   Bauri

  1.   Bhogta

  1.   Bhuiya

    1[5.  Bhumij

  1.  Chamar, Mochi

  1.   Chaupal

  1.   Dabgar

  1.   Dhobi

  1.   Dom, Dhangad

  1.   Dusadh, Dhari, Dharhi

  1.   Ghasi

  1.   Halalkhor

  1.   Hari, Mehtar, Bhangi

  1.   Kanjar

  1.   Kurariar

  1.   Lalbegi

  1.   Mushar

  1.   Nat

  1.   Pan, Sawasi

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Rajwar

  1.   Turi.
  2. Omitted  by Act 30  of 2000, s. 23 and the Fifth Sch. (w.e.f. 15.11.2000)

                                    Part IV.-Gujarat

  1.   Ager

  1.   Bakad, Bant

  1.   Bawa-Debh, Debh-Sadhu

  1.   Bhambi,  Bhambhi,  Asadaru,  Asodi,Chamadia,  Chamar,  Chambhar,

     Chamgar, Haralayya, Harali, Khalpa, Machigar, Mochigar,  Madar,  Madig,

     Mochi,  Nalia,  Telegu  Mochi,  Kamati Mochi, Ranigar, Rohidas, Rohit,

     Samgar

  1.   Bhangi, Mehtar,  Olgana,  Rukhi,  Malkana,  Halalkhor,  Lalbegi,

     Balmiki, Korar, Zadmalli

  1.   Chalvadi, Channayya

  1.   Chenna Dasar, Holaya Dasar

  1.   Dangashia

  1.   Dhor, Kakkayya, Kankayya

  1.   Garmatang

  1.   Garoda, Garo

  1.   Halleer

  1.   Halsar, Haslar, Hulasvar, Halasvar

  1.   Holar, Valhar

  1.      Holaya, Holer

  1.   Lingader

  1.   Mahar, Taral, Dhegu Megu

  1.   Mahyavanshi, Dhed, Dhedh, Vankar, Maru Vankar, Antyaj

  1.   Mang, Matang, Minimadig

  1.   Mang-Garudi

  1.   Meghval, Meghwal, Menghvar

  1.   Mukri

  1.   Nadia, Hadi

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Senva, Shenva, Chenva, Sedma, Rawat

  1.   Shemalia

  1.   Thori

  1.   Tirgar, Tirbanda

  1.   Turi

  1.   Turi Barot, Dedh Barot.

                                     Part V.- Haryana

  1.   Ad Dharmi

  1.   Balmiki, Chura, Bhangi

  1.   Bangali

  1.   Barar, Burar, Berar

  1.   Batwal

  1.   Bauria, Bawaria

  1.   Bazigar

  1.   Bhanjra

  1.   Chamar, Jatia Chamar, Rehgar, Raigar, Ramdasi, Ravidasi

  1.   Chanal

  1.   Dagi

  1.   Darain

  1.   Deha, Dhaya, Dhea

  1.   Dhanak

  1.   Dhogri, Dhangri, Siggi

  1.   Dumna, Mahasha, Doom

  1.   Gagra

  1.   Gandhila, Gandil Gondola

  1.   Kabirpanthi, Julaha

  1.    Khatik

  1.   Kori, Koli

  1.   Marija, Marecha

  1.   Mazhabi

  1.   Megh

  1.   Nat

  1.   Od

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Perna

  1.   Pherera

  1.   Sanhai

  1.   Sanhal

  1.   Sansi, Bhedkut, Manesh

  1.   Sansoi

  1.   Sapela

  1.   Sarera

  1.   Sikligar

  1.   Sirkiband.

                      Part VI.- Himachal Pradesh

  1.   Ad Dharmi

  1.   Badhi, Nagalu

  1.   Balmiki, Bhangi, Chuhra, Chura, Chuhre

  1.   Bandhela

  1.   Bangali

  1.   Banjara

  1.   Bansi

  1.   Barad

  1.   Barar, Burar, Berar

  1.   Batwal

  1.   Bauria, Bawaria

  1.   Bazigar

  1.   Bhanjra,  Bhanjre

  1.   Chamar,   Jatia  Chamar,  Rehgar,  Raigar,  Ramdasi,  Ravidasi,

          Ramdasia, Mochi

  1.   Chanal

  1.   Chhimbe Dhobi

  1.   Dagi

  1.   Darain

  1.   Darai, Daryai

  1.   Daule, Deole

  1.   Dhaki, Toori

  1.   Dhanak

  1.   Dhaogri, Dhuai

  1.   Dhogri, Dhangri, Siggi

  1.   Doom, Doomna, Dumna, Dumne, Mahasha

  1.   Gagra

  1.   Gandhila, Gandil, Gondola

  1.   Hali

  1.   Hesi

  1.   Jogi

  1.   Julaha, Julahe, Kabirpanthi, Keer

  1.   Kamoh, Dagoli

  1.    Karoack

  1.   Khatik

  1.   Kori, Koli

  1.   Lohar

  1.   Marija, Marecha

  1.   Mazhabi

  1.   Megh

  1.   Nat

  1.   Od

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Perna

  1.   Phrera, Pherera

  1.   Rehar, Rehara

  1.   Sanhai

  1.   Sanhal

  1.   Sansi, Bhedkut, Manesh

  1.   Sansoi

  1.   Sapela

  1.   Sarde, Sarera, Sarare, Siryare, Sarehde

  1.   Sikligar

  1.   Sipi

  1.   Sirkiband

  1.   Teli

  1. Thathiar, Thathera

       1  PART VI A- Jharkhand

  1. Bantar

  1. Baurri

  1. Bhogta

  1. Bhuiya

  1. Chamar,Mochi

  1. Choupal

  1. Dabajar

  1. Dhobi

  1. Dom, Dhangad

  1. Dusadh, Dhari, Dharhi

  1. Ghasi

  1. Halalkhor

  1. Hair, Mehtar, Bhangi

  1. Kanjar

  1. Kuraiar

  1. Lalbegi

  1. Musahar

  1. Nat

  1. Pan, Sawasi

  1. Pasi

  1. Rajwar

  1. Turi.

  1. Ins. Act 30 of 2000, Sec.23 andFifth Sch. (w.e.f. 15.11.2000)

                                    PART VII. – Karnataka

  1.   Adi Andhra

  1.   Adi Dravida

  1.   Adi Karnataka

  1.   Adiya (in Coorg district)

  1.   Ager

  1.   Ajila

  1.   Anamuk

  1.   Aray Mala

  1.   Arunthathiyar

  1.   Arwa Mala

  1.   Baira

  1.   Bakad

  1.   Vant (In Belgaum, Bijapur, Dharwar and North Kanara districts)

  1.   Bakuda

  1.    Balagai

  1.   Bandi

  1.   Banjara, Lambani

  1.   Bathada

  1.   Beda Jangam, Budga Jangam

  1.   Bellara

  1.   Bhangi,  Mehtar,  Olgana,  Rukhi,  Malkana,  Halalkhor,  Lalbegi,

     Balmiki, Korar, Zadmalli

  1.    Bhambi,  Bhambhi,  Asadaru,  Asodi,  Chamadia, Chamar, Chambhar,

     Chamgar, Haralayya,  Harali, Khalpa, Machigar, Mochigar, Madar, Madig,

     Mochi, Muchi, Telegu Mochi, Kamati Mochi, Ranigar, Rohidas, Rohit,Samgar

  1.   Bhovi

  1.   Bindla

  1.    Byagara

  1.   Chakkiliyan

  1.   Chalavadi, Chalvadi, Channayya

  1.   Chandala

  1.   Chenna Dasar, Holaya Dasar

  1.   Dakkal, Dokkalwar

  1.   Dakkaliga

  1.   Dhor, Kakkayya, Kankayya

  1.   Dom, Dombara, Paidi, Pano

  1.   Ellamalwar, Yellammalawandlu

  1.   Ganti Chores

  1.   Garoda, Garo

  1.   Godda

  1.   Gosangi

  1.   Halleer

  1.   Halsar, Haslar, Hulasvar, Halasvar

  1.   Handi Jogis

  1.   Hasla

  1.   Holar, Valhar

  1.   Holaya, Holer, Holeya

  1.   Holeya Dasari

  1.   Jaggali

  1.   Jambuvulu

  1.   Kadaiyan

  1.   Kalladi

  1.   Kepmaris

  1.   Kolupulvandlu

  1.   Koosa

  1.   Koracha

  1.   Korama

  1.   Kotegar, Metri

  1.   Kudumban

  1.   Kuravan

  1.   Lingader

  1.   Machala

  1.   Madari

  1.   Madiga

  1.   Mahar, Taral, Dhegu Megu

  1.   Mahyavanshi, Dhed, Vankar, Maru-maru-vonkar

  1.   Maila

  1.   Mala

  1.   Mala Dasari

  1.   Mala Hannai

  1.   Mala Jangam

  1.   Mala Masti

  1.   Mala Sale, Netkani

  1.   Mala Sanyasi

  1.   Mang,  Matang, Minimadig

  1.   Mang Garudi, Mang Garodi

  1.   Manne

  1.   Masthi

  1.   Mavilan

  1.   Meghwal, Menghvar

  1.   Moge

  1.   Mukri

  1.   Mundala

  1.   Nadia, Hadi

  1.   Nalkadaya

  1.   Nalakeyava

  1.   Nayadi

  1.   Pale

  1.   Pallan

  1.   Pambada

  1.   Panchama

  1.   Panniandi

  1.   Paraiyan, Paraya

  1.   Paravan

  1.   Raneyar

  1.   Samagara

  1.   Samban

  1.   Sapari

  1.   Sillekyathas

  1.   Sindhollu, Chindollu

  1.   Sudugadu Siddha

  1.    Thoti

  1.   Tirgar, Tirbanda

  1.   Valluvan.

                          Part VIII. – Kerala

  1.   Adi Andhra

  1.   Adi Dravida

  1.   Adi Karnataka

  1.   Ajila

  1.   Arunthathiyar

  1.   Ayyanavar

  1.   Baira

  1.   Bakuda

  1.   Bandi

  1.   Bathada

  1.   Bellara

  1.   Bharatar

  1.    Boyan  [excluding  the  areas comprising the Malabar district as

     specified  by  sub-section  (2)  of  section   5   of   the   States

     Reorganisation Act, 1956 (37 of 1956)]

  1.   Chakkiliyan

  1.   Chamar, Muchi

  1.   Chandala

  1.   Cheruman

  1.   Domban

  1.   Gavara

  1.   Godagali

  1.   Godda

  1.   Gosangi

  1.   Hasla

  1.   Holeya

  1.   Kadaiyan

  1.   Kakkalan

  1.   Kalladi

  1.   Kanakkan, Padanna

  1.   Karimpalan

  1.   Kavara

  1.   Koosa

  1.   Kootan, Koodan

  1.   Kudumban

  1.   Kuravan, Sidhanar

  1.   Maila

  1.    Malayan [in  the  areas  comprising  the  Malabar  district  as

     specified by sub-section (2) of section 5 of the States  Reorganisation

     Act, 1956 (37 of 1956)]

  1.   Mannan

  1.   Mavilan

  1.   Moger

  1.   Mundala

  1.   Nalakeyava

  1.   Nakadaya

  1.   Nayadi

  1.   Padannan

  1.   Pallan

  1.   Palluvan

  1.   Pambada

  1.   Panan

  1.   Panchama

  1.   Paraiyan, Parayan, Sambavar

  1.   Paravan

  1.   Pathiyan

  1.   Perumannan

  1.   Pulayan, Cheramar

  1.   Pulaya Vettuvan

  1.   Puthirai Vannan

  1.   Raneva

  1.   Samagara

  1.   Samban

  1.   Semman

  1.   Thandan

  1.   Thoti

  1.   Vallon

  1.   Valluvan

  1.   Vannan

  1.   Velan

  1.   Vetan

  1.   Vettuvan.

                      Part IX. – Madhya Pradesh

  1.   Audhelia

  1.   Bagri, Bagdi

  1.   Bahna, Bahana

  1.   Balahi, Balai

  1.   Banchada

  1.   Barahar, Basod

  1.   Bargunda

  1.      Basor, Burud, Bansor, Bansodi, Bansphor, Basar

  1.   Bedia

  1.   Beldar, Sunkar

  1.   Bhangi, Mehtar, Balmiki, Lalbegi, Dharkar

  1.   Bhanumati

  1.   Chadar

  1.    Chamar,  Chamari,  Bairwa,  Bhambhi,  Jatav, Mochi, Regar, Nona,

     Rohidas,  Ramnami,  Satnami,  Surjyabanshi,  Surjyaramnami,   Ahirwar,

     Chamar, Mangan, Raidas

  1.   Chidar

  1.   Chikwa, Chikvi

  1.   Chitar

  1.   Dahait, Dahayat, Dahat

  1.   Dewar

  1.   Dhanuh

  1.   Dhed, Dher

  1.   Dhobi (in Bhopal, Raisen and Sehore distirct)

  1.   Dohor

  1.   Dom, Dumar, Dome, Domar, Doris

  1.   Ganda, Gandi

  1.   Ghasi, Ghasia

  1.   Holiya

  1.   Kanjar

  1.   Katia, Patharia

  1.   Khatik

  1.   Koli, Kori

  1.    Kotwal  (in  Bhind,  Dhar, Dewas, Guna, Gwalior, Indore, Jhabua,

     Khargone, Mandsaur, Morena, Rajgarh, Ratlam, Shajapur, Shivpuri,

     Ujjain  and  Vidisha districts)

  1.   Khangar, Kanera, Mirdha

  1.   Kuchbandhia

  1.    Kumar (in Chhatarpur, Datia, Panna, Rewa, Satna, Shahdol, Sidhi

     and Tikamgarh districts)

  1.   Mahar, Mehra, Mehar

  1.   Mang, Mang Garodi, Mang  Garudi,  Dankhani  Mang,  Mang  Mahasi,

     Madari, Garudi, Radhe Mang

  1.    Meghwal

  1.   Moghia

  1.   Muskhan

  1.   Nat, Kalbelia, Sapera, Navdigar, Kubutar

  1.    Pardhi  (in  Bhind,  Dhar, Dewas, Guna, Gwalior, Indore, Jhabua,

     Khargone, Mandsaur, Morena, Rajgarh, Ratlam, Shajapur, Shivpuri,

     Ujjain  and  Vidisha distircts)

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Rujjhar

  1.   Sansi, Sansia

  1.   Silawat

  1.   Zamral

                                     PART X.-Maharashtra

  1.   Ager

  1.   Anamuk

  1.   Aray Mala

  1.   Arwa Mala

  1.   Bahna, Bahana

  1.   Bakad, Bant

  1.   Balahi, Balai

  1.   Basor, Burud, Bansor, Bansodi

  1.   Beda Jangam, Budga Jangam

  1.   Bedar

  1.    Bhambi,  Bhambhi,  Asadaru,  Asodi,  Chamadia,  Chamar, Chamari,

     Chambhar, Chamgar, Haralayya, Harali,  Khalpa,  Machigar, Mochigar,

     Madar,  Madig, Mochi, Telegu Mochi, Kamati  Mochi,  Ranigar, Rohidas,

     Nona, Ramnami, Rohit, Samgar, Samagara, Satnami, Surjyabanshi,

     Surjyaramnami.

  1.   Bhangi,  Mehtar,  Olgana,  Rukhi,  Malkana,  Halalkhor,  Lalbegi,

     Balmiki, Korar, Zadmalli

  1.   Bindla

  1.   Byagara

  1.   Chalvadi, Channayya

  1.   Chenna Dasar, Holaya Dasar, Holeya Dasari

  1.   Dakkal, Dokkalwar

  1.   Dhor, Kakkayya, Kankayya, Dohor

  1.   Dom, Dumar

  1.   Ellamalvar, Yellammalawandlu

  1.   Ganda, Gandi

  1.   Garoda, Garo

  1.   Ghasi, Ghasia

  1.   Halleer

  1.   Halsar, Haslar, Hulasvar, Halasvar

  1.   Holar, Valhar

  1.   Holaya, Holer, Holeya, Holiya

  1.    Kaikadi  (in  Akola, Amravati, Bhandara, Buldana, Nagpur, Wardha

     and  Yavatmal  districts  and Chandrapur district, other  than  Rajura

     tahsil)

  1.   Katia, Patharia

  1.   Khangar, Kanera, Mirdha

  1.   Khatik, Chikwa, Chikvi

  1.   Kolupulvandlu

  1.   Kori

  1.   Lingader

  1.   Madgi

  1.   Madiga

  1.   Mahar, Mehra, Taral, Dhegu Megu

  1.   Mahyavanshi, Dhed, Vankar, Maru Vankar

  1.   Mala

  1.   Mala Dasari

  1.   Mala Hannai

  1.   Mala Jangam

  1.   Mala Masti

  1.   Mala Sale, Netkani

  1.   Mala Sanyasi

  1.   Mang, Matang, Minimadig,  Dankhni  Mang,  Mang  Mahashi,  Madari,

     Garudi, Radhe Mang

  1.   Mang Garodi, Mang Garudi

  1.   Manne

  1.   Mashti

  1.   Meghval, Menghvar

  1.   Mitha Ayyalvar

  1.   Mukri

  1.   Nadia, Hadi

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Sansi

  1.   Shenva, Chenva, Sedma, Ravat

  1.   Sindhollu, Chindollu

  1.   Tirgar, Tirbanda

  1.   Turi.

                                       Part XI.-Manipur

  1.   Dhupi, Dhobi

  1.   Lois

  1.   Muchi, Ravidas

  1.   Namasudra

  1.   Patni

  1.   Sutradhar

  1.   Yaithibi.

                         Part XII.- Meghalaya

  1.   Bansphor

  1.   Bhuinmali, Mali

  1.   Brittial Bania, Bania

  1.   Dhupi, Dhobi

  1.   Dugla, Dholi

  1.   Hira

  1.   Jalkeot

  1.   Jhalo, Malo, Jhalo-Malo

  1.   Kaibartta, Jaliya

  1.   Lalbegi

  1.   Mahara

  1.   Mehtar, Bhangi

  1.   Muchi, Rishi

  1.   Namasudra

  1.   Patni

  1.   Sutradhar.

                           Part XII.-Orissa

  1.   Adi Andhra

  1.   Amant, Amat

  1.   Audhelia

  1.   Badaik

  1.   Bagheti, Baghuti

  1.   Bajikar

  1.   Bari

  1.   Bariki

  1.   Basor, Burud

  1.   Bauari

  1.   Bauti

  1.   Bavuri

  1.   Bedia, Bejia

  1.   Beldar

  1.   Bhata

  1.   Bhoi

  1.   Chachati

  1.   Chakali

  1.   Chamar, Mochi, Muchi, Satnami

  1.   Chandala

  1.   Chandhai Maru

  1.   Cherua, Chhelia

  1.   Dandasi

  1.   Dewar

  1.   Dhanwar

  1.   Dhoba, Dhobi

  1.   Dom, Dombo, Duria Dom

  1.   Dosadha

  1.   Ganda

  1.   Ghantarghada, Ghantra

  1.   Ghasi, Ghasia

  1.   Ghogia

  1.   Ghusuria

  1.   Godagali

  1.   Godari

  1.   Godra

  1.   Gokha

  1.   Gorait, Korait

  1.   Haddi, Hadi, Hari

  1.   Irika

  1.   Jaggali

  1.   Kandra, Kandara

  1.   Karua

  1.   Katia

  1.   Kela

  1.   Khadala

  1.   Kodalo, Khodalo

  1.   Kori

  1.   Kummari

  1.   Kurunga

  1.   Laban

  1.   Laheri

  1.   Madari

  1.   Madiga

  1.   Mahuria

  1.   Mala, Jhala, Malo, Zala

  1.   Mang

  1.   Mangan

  1.   Mehra, Mahar

  1.   Mehtar, Bhangi

  1.   Mewar

  1.   Mundapotta

  1.   Musahar

  1.   Nagarchi

  1.   Namasudra

  1.    Paidi

  1.   Painda

  1.   Pamidi

  1.   Pan, Pano

  1.   Panchama

  1.   Panika

  1.   Panka

  1.   Pantanti

  1.   Pap

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Patial, Patikar, Patratanti, Patua

  1.   Rajna

  1.   Relli

  1.   Sabakhia

  1.   Samasi

  1.   Sanei

  1.   Sapari

  1.   Sauntia, Santia

  1.   Sidhria

  1.   Sinduria

  1.   Siyal

  1.   Tamadia

  1.   Tamudia

  1.   Tanla

  1.   Tiar, Tior

  1.   Turi

  1.   Ujia

  1.   Valamiki, Valmiki.

                          PART XIV.-Punjab

  1.   Ad Dharmi

  1.   Balmiki, Chura, Bhangi

  1.   Bangali

  1.   Barar, Burar, Berar

  1.   Batwal

  1.   Bauria, Bawaria

  1.   Bazigar

  1.   Bhanjra

  1.   Chamar, Jatia Chamar, Rehgar, Raigar, Ramdasi, Ravidasi

  1.   Chanal

  1.   Dagi

  1.   Darain

  1.   Deha, Dhaya, Dhea

  1.   Dhanak

  1.   Dhogri, Dhangri, Siggi

  1.   Dumna, Mahasha, Doom

  1.   Gagra

  1.   Gandhila, Gandil, Gondola

  1.   Kabirpanthi, Julaha

  1.   Khatik

  1.   Kori, Koli

  1.   Marija, Marecha

  1.   Mazhabi

  1.   Megh

  1.   Nat

  1.   Od

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Perna

  1.   Pherera

  1.    Sanhai

  1.   Sanhal

  1.   Sansi, Bhedkut, Manesh

  1.   Sansoi

  1.   Sapela

  1.   Sarera

  1.   Sikligar

  1.   Sirkiband.

                         PART XV.-Rajasthan

  1.   Adi Dharmi

  1.   Aheri

  1.   Badi

  1.   Bagri, Bagdi

  1.   Bairwa, Berwa

  1.   Bajgar

  1.   Balai

  1.   Bansphor, Bansphod

  1.   Baori

  1.   Bargi, Vargi, Birgi

  1.   Bawaria

  1.   Bedia, Beria

  1.   Bhand

  1.     Bhangi,  Chura,  Mehtar,  Olgana,  Rukhi,  Malkana,  Halalkhor,

     Lalbegi, Balmiki, Valmiki, Korar, Zadmalli

  1.   Bidakia

  1.   Bola

  1.   Chamar, Bhambhi, Bambhi, Bhambi,  Jatia,  Jatav,  Jatava,  Mochi,

     Raidas, Rohidas, Regar, Raigar,  Ramdasia,  Asadaru, Asodi, Chamadia,

     Chambhar, Chamgar,  Haralayya,  Harali,  Khalpa,  Machigai,  Mochigar,

     Majar, Madig, Telugu  Mochi,   Kamati Mochi,  Ranigar,  Rohit,  Samgar

  1.   Chandal

  1.   Dabgar

  1.   Dhanak, Dhanuk

  1.   Dhankia

  1.   Dhobi

  1.   Dholi

  1.   Dome, Dom

  1.   Gandia

  1.   Garancha, Gancha

  1.   Garo, Garura, Gurda, Garoda

  1.   Gavaria

  1.   Godhi

  1.   Jingar

  1.   Kalbelia, Sapera

  1.   Kamad, Kamadia

  1.   Kanjar, Kunjar

  1.   Kapadia Sansi

  1.   Khangar

  1.   Khatik

  1.   Koli, Kori

  1.   Kooch Band, Kuchband

  1.   Koria

     40   Madari, Bazigar

  1.   Mahar, Taral, Dhegumegu

  1.   Mahyavanshi, Dhed, Dheda, Vankar, Maru Vankar

  1.   Majhabi

  1.   Mang, Matang, Minimadig

  1.   Mang Garodi, Mang Garudi

  1.   Megh, Meghval, Meghwal, Menghvar

  1.   Mehar

     48   Nat, Nut

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Rawal

  1.   Salvi

  1.   Sansi

  1.    Santia, Satia

  1.   Sarbhangi

  1.   Sargara

  1.   Singiwala

  1.   Thori, Nayak

  1.   Tirgar, Tirbanda

  1.   Turi.

                         PART XVI.-Tamil Nadu

  1.   Adi Andhra

  1.   Adi Dravida

  1.   Adi Karnataka

  1.   Ajila

  1.   Arunthathiyar

  1.    Ayyanavar (in Kanyakumari district and Shenkottah taluk of

          Tirunelveli district)

  1.   Baira

  1.   Bakuda

  1.   Bandi

  1. Bellara

  1. Bharatar  (in  Kanyakumari  district  and  Shenkottah  taluk  of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1. Chakkiliyan

  1. Chalavadi

  1.   Chamar, Muchi

  1.   Chandala

  1.   Cheruman

  1.   Devendrakulathan

  1.   Dom, Dombara, Paidi, Pano

  1.   Domban

  1.      Godagali

  1.   Godda

  1.   Gosangi

  1.   Holeya

  1.   Jaggali

  1.   Jambuvulu

  1.   Kadaiyan

  1.    Kakkalan  (in  Kanyakumari  district  and  Shenkottah  taluk  of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1.   Kalladi

  1.    Kanakkan, Padanna (in the Nilgiris district)

  1.   Karimpalan

  1.    Kavara  (in  Kanyakumari  district  and  Shenkottah   taluk   of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1.   Koliyan

  1.   Koosa

  1.    Kootan,  Koodan (in Kanyakumari distict and Shenkottah taluk of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1.   Kudumban

  1.   Kuravan, Sidhanar

  1.   Madari

  1.   Madiga

  1.   Maila

  1.   Mala

  1.    Mannan  (in  Kanyakumari  district  and  Shenkottah   taluk   of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1.   Mavilan

  1.   Moger

  1.   Mundala

  1.   Nalakeyava

  1.   Nayadi

  1.    Padannan  (in  Kanyakumari  district  and  Shenkottah  taluk  of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1.   Pagadai

  1.   Pallan

  1.   Palluvan

  1.   Pambada

  1.    Panan  (in  Kanyakumari  district  and  Shenkottah  taluk   of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1.   Panchama

  1.   Pannadi

  1.   Panniandi

  1.   Paraiyan, Parayan, Sambavar

  1.   Paravan  (in  Kanyakumari  district  and  Shenkottah  taluk  of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1.     Pathiyan  (in  Kanyakumari  district  and Shenkottah taluk  of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1.   Pulayan, Cheramar

  1.   Puthirai Vannan

  1.    Raneyar

  1.   Samagara

  1.   Samban

  1.   Sapari

  1.   Semman

  1.   Thandan (in Kanyakumari district and Shenkottah taluk  of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1. Thoti

  1. Tiruvalluvar

  1. Vallon

  1. Valluvan

  1. Vannan (in Kanyakumari district and Shenkottah taluk  of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1. Vathiriyan

  1. Velan

  1. Vetan (in Kanyakumari district and Shenkottah taluk  of

     Tirunelveli  district)

  1. Vettiyan

  1. Vettuvan (in Kanyakumari district and Shenkottah taluk

     of Tirunelveli district)

                                      PART XVII.-Tripura

  1.   Bagdi

  1.   Bhuimali

  1.   Bhunar

  1.   Chamar, Muchi

  1.   Dandasi

  1.   Dhenuar

  1.   Dhoba

  1.   Dum

  1.   Ghasi

  1.   Gour

  1.   Gur

  1.   Jalia Kaibarta

  1.   Kahar

  1.   Kalindi

  1.   Kan

  1.   Kanda

  1.   Kanugh

  1.   Keot

  1.   Khadit

  1.   Kharia

  1.   Koch

  1.   Koir

  1.   Kol

  1.   Kora

  1.   Kotal

  1.   Mahisyadas

  1.   Mali

  1.   Mehtor

  1.   Musahar

  1.   Namasudra

  1.   Patni

  1.   Sabar.

                      PART XVIII.-Uttar Pradesh

  1. Agariya

  1. Badhik

  1. Badi

  1. Baheliya

  1. Baiga

  1. Baiswar

  1. Bajaniya

  1. Bajgi

  1. Balahar

  1. Balai

  1. Balmiki

  1. Bangali

  1. Banmanus

  1. Bansphor

  1. Barwar

  1. Basor

  1. Bawariya

  1. Beldar

  1. Beriya

  1. Bhantu

  1. Bhuiya

  1. Bhuyiar

  1. Boria

  1. Chamar, Dhusia, Jhusia, Jatava

  1. Chero

  1. Dabgar

  1. Dhangar

  1. Dhanuk

  1. Dharkar

  1.   Dhobi

  1. Dom

  1. Domar

  1. Dusadh

  1. Gharami

  1. Ghasiya

  1. Gond

  1. Gual

  1. Habura

  1. Hari

  1. Hela

  1. Kalabaz

  1. Kanjar

  1. Kapariya

  1. Karwal

  1. Khairaha

  1. Kharwar(excluding Benbansi)

  1. Khatik

  1. Khorot

  1. Kol

  1. Kori

  1. Korwa

  1. Lalbegi

  1. Majhwar

  1. Mazhabi

  1. Musahar

  1. Nat

  1. Pankha

  1. Parahiya

  1. Pasi,Tarmali

  1. Patari

  1. Rawat

  1. Saharya

  1. Sanaurhiya

  1. Sansiya

  1. Shilpkar

  1. Turaiha.

                        PART XIX.-West Bengal

  1.   Bagdi, Duley

  1.   Bahelia

  1.   Baiti

  1.   Bantar

  1.   Bauri

  1.   Beldar

  1.   Bhogta

  1.   Bhuimali

  1.   Bhuiya

  1.   Bind

  1.   Chamar, Charmakar, Mochi, Muchi, Rabidas, Ruidas, Rishi

  1.   Chaupal

  1.   Dabgar

  1.   Damai (Nepali)

  1.   Dhoba, Dhobi

  1.   Doai

  1.   Dom, Dhangad

  1.   Dosadh, Dusadh, Dhari, Dharhi

  1.   Ghasi

  1.   Gonrhi

  1.   Halalkhor

  1.   Hari, Mehtar, Mehtor, Bhangi

  1.   Jalia Kaibartta

  1.   Jhalo Malo, Malo

  1.   Kadar

  1.   Kami (Nepali)

  1.   Kandra

  1.   Kanjar

  1.   Kaora

  1.   Karenga, Koranga

  1.   Kaur

  1.   Keot, Keyot

  1.   Khaira

  1.   Khatik

  1.   Koch

  1.   Konai

  1.   Konwar

  1.   Kotal

  1.   Kurariar

  1.   Lalbegi

  1.   Lohar

  1.   Mahar

  1.   Mal

  1.   Mallah

  1.   Musahar

  1.   Namasudra

  1.   Nat

  1.   Nuniya

  1.   Paliya

  1.   Pan, Sawasi

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Patni

  1.   Pod, Poundra

  1.   Rajbanshi

  1.   Rajwar

  1.   Sarki (Nepali)

  1.   Sunri (excluding Saha)

  1.   Tiyar

  1.   Turi.

                                      1[PART XX.-Mizoram

  1.   Bansphor

  1.   Bhuinmali or Mali

  1.     Brittial-Bania or Bania

  1.   Dhupi or Dhobi

  1.   Dugla or Dholi

  1.   Hira

  1.   Jalkeot

  1.   Jhalo, Malo or Jhalo-Malo

  1.   Kaibartta or Jaliya

  1.   Lalbegi

  1.   Mahara

  1.   Mehtar or Bhangi

  1.   Muchi or Rishi

  1.   Namasudra

  1.   Patni

  1.   Sutradhar.]

                    2[PART XXI.-Arunachal Pradesh

  1.   Bansphor

  1.   Bhuimali or Mali

  1.   Brittial-Bania or Bania

  1.   Dhupi or Dhobi

  1.   Dugla or Dholi

  1.   Hira

  1.   Jalkeot

  1.   Jhalo, Malo or Jhalo-Malo

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  1. Ins. by Act 34 of 1986, s. 13 and  the  First  Sch.  (w.e.f.         20-2-1987).

  1. Ins. by Act 69 of 1986, s. 16 and  the  First  Sch.  (w.e.f.         20-2-1987).

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  1.   Kaibartta or Jaliya

  1.   Lalbegi

  1.   Mahara

  1.   Mehtar or Bhangi

  1.   Muchi or Rishi

  1.   Namasudra

  1.   Patni

  1.   Sutradhar.]

                         1[PART XXII.-Goa

  1.   Bhangi (Hadi)

  1.   Chambhar

  1.   Mahar

  1.   Mahyavanshi (Vankar)

  1.   Mang.]

2[PART XXIII – Chhattisgarh

  1. Audhelia

  1. Bagri, Bagdi

  1. Bahna, Bahana

  1. Balahi, Balai

  1. Banchada

  1. Barahar, Basod

  1. Bargunda

  1. Basor, Burud, Bansor, Bansodi, Bansphor, Basar.

  1. Bedia

  1. Beldar, Sunkar

  1. Bhangi,Mehtar, Balmiki, Lalbegi, Dharkar

  1. Bhanumati

  1. Chadar

  1. Chamar, Chamari, Bairwa, Bhambhi, Jatav, Mochi, Regar, Nona, Rohidas, Ramnami, Satnami, Surjyabanshi, Surjyaramnami, Ahirwar, Chamar, Mangan, Raidas.

  1. Chidar

  1. Chikwa, Chikvi

  1. Chitar

  1. Dahait, Dahayat, Dahat

  1. Dewar

  1. Dhanuk

  1. Dhed, Dher

  1. Dohor

  1. Dom, Dumar, Dome, Domar, Doris

  1. Ganda, Gandi

  1. Ghasi, Ghasia

  1. Holiya

  1. Kanjar

  1. Katia, Patharia

  1. Khatik

  1. Koli, Kori

  1. Khangar, Kanera, Mirdha

  1. Kuchbandhia

  1. Mahar, Mehra, Mehar

  1. Mang, Mang Garodi, Mang Garudi, Dankhani Mang, Mang Mahasi, Madari, Garudi, Radhe Mang.

  1. Meghwal

  1. Moghia

  1. Muskhan

  1. Nat, Kalbelia, Sapera, Navdigar, Kubutar

  1. Pasi

  1. Rujjhar

  1. Sansi, Sansia

  1. Silawat

  1. Zamral.

3[PART XXIV – Uttaranchal

  1. Agariya

  1. Badhik

  1. Badi

  1. Baheliya

  1. Baiga

  1. Baiswar

  1. Bajaniya

  1. Bajgi

  1. Balhar

  1. Balai

  1. Balmiki

  1. Bangali

  1. Banmanus

  1. Bansphor

  1. Barwar

  1. Basor

  1. Bawariya

  1. Beldar

  1. Beriya

  1. Bhantu

  1. Bhuiya

  1. Bhuyiar

  1. Boria

  1. Chamar, Dhusia, Jhusia, Jatava

  1. Chero

  1. Dabgar

  1. Dhangar

  1. Dhanuk

  1. Dharkar

  1. Dhobi

  1. Dom

  1. Domar

  1. Dusadh

  1. Dharmi

  1. Dhariya

  1. Gond

  1. Gwal

  1. Habura

  1. Hari

  1. Hela

  1. Kalabaz

  1. Kanjar

  1. Kapariya

  1. Karwal

  1. Kharaita

  1. Kharwar (excluding Vanwasi)

  1. Khatik

  1. Kharot

  1. Kol

  1. Kori

  1. Korwa

  1. Lalbegi

  1. Majhwar

  1. Mazhabi

  1. Musahar

  1. Nat

  1. Pankha

  1. Parahiya

  1. Pasi, Tarmali

  1. Patari

  1. Sahariya

  1. Sanaurhiya

  1. Sansiya

  1. Shilpkar

  1. Turaiha.

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  1.   Ins.  by Act 18 of 1987,  s. 19  and the First  Sch.

     (w.e.f.  30-5-1987).

  1. Ins.by Act 28 of 2000, Sec.19 and the Third Sch. (we.f.  1.11.2000)

  1. Ins. by Act 29 of 2000, Sec. 24 andthe Fifth Sch. (w.e.f. 9.11.2000)

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