34.Sosānikaṅgampi ‘‘na susānaṃ paṭikkhipāmi, sosānikaṅgaṃ samādiyāmī’’ti imesaṃ aññataravacanena samādinnaṃ hoti.
Ñ(II,64): xi. The charnel-ground-dweller's practice is undertaken with one of the following statements: 'I refuse what is not a charnel ground' or 'I undertake the charnel-ground-dweller's practice'.
Tena pana sosānikena yaṃ manussā gāmaṃ nivesantā ‘‘idaṃ susāna’’nti vavatthapenti, na tattha vasitabbaṃ. Na hi matasarīre ajjhāpite taṃ susānaṃ nāma hoti, jhāpitakālato pana paṭṭhāya sacepi dvādasavassāni chaḍḍitaṃ, taṃ susānameva.
Ñ: Now the charnel-ground dweller should not live in some place just because the people who built the village have called it 'the charnel ground' for it is not a charnel ground unless a dead body has been burnt on it. But as soon as one has been burnt on it, it becomes a charnel ground. And even if it has been neglected for a dozen years, it is so still.