The nineteenth pauri is accompanied by two saloks. The first salok has nine lines and the second salok has eight lines. The first salok mocks at the fake notions of purity and impurity regarding food that are observed by the Hindu priests (Brahmin). The second salok admonishes those who consider women lower in status and depicts the greatness of the woman in human life. The pauri equates Brahmin or Shudra; men or women, as all equal. Therefore, none ought to be considered inferior.