A son born of the womb of a Niṣāda (Nishada) woman, and sired by a Caṇḍāla (Chandala) man, is defined as Antevasāyī (Antevasayi). Such people had to live in śmaśāna (smasana; cremaion-ground) and other wretched, deserted places, and even people of other ‘lowly’ communities used to look down upon them —
niṣādī cāpi cāṇḍālāt putramantevasāyinam
śmaśānagocaraṁ sūte vāhyairapi vahiṣkṛtam.