Edited on the basis of five manuscripts by Jolly (1881), and on the basis of 12 manuscripts in the Adyar Library (1964, with commentary by Nandapaṇḍita). Translated by Julius Jolly in 1880.
A Vaiṣṇava dharmaśāstra. Patrick Olivelle writes that it was written between 7th and 10th AD, on the basis of iconographic description of images found in eight c. Kaśmīr. Terminus ante quem: it is quoted by Medhātithi (9th c.) in his commentary on the Mānavadharmaśāstra. See Patrick Olivelle, INDOLOGICA TAURINENSIA 33 (2007).
Jolly and Kane note that it depends on Manu.
Lingat mentions it, but derives his information from Kane 1962--1975.