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- -vassin raining or shedding rain only locally or over a (limited) district Iti.64–Iti.66.
fr. pa +…
…king); Ja.vi.4 (rajjato me sussitvā maraṇam eva seyyo: death by withering is better than kingship); Vv-a.314 (= Ja.i.64 as above); Pv-a.73 sq.;…
…Dhp-a.iii.127; ekapasse in one quarter Dhp-a.ii.52; ekamaccha a single fish Ja.i.222. In enumeration: eka dve pañca dasa Dhp-a.i.24….
…cannot hold it) to express immensity Dhp-a.i.310; Vv-a.68.
- -gabbha the interior of the C. sphere Ja.iv.119;…
adjective separated from one’s kingdom, living in a foreign country Vv-a.336.
vi + rajja + ka
variety of kingdoms or provinces SN.iii.6 (nānā˚-gata bhikkhu a bh. who has travelled much).
fr. vi + rajja
…+ aḍḍha, used abs. whereas aḍḍha only in compn., cp. also BSk. upārdha Divy.86, Divy.144 Divy.514; Avs.i.211, Avs.i.240
viceroyalty AN.iii.154 (variant reading opa˚); Ja.i.511; Ja.iv.176; DN-a.i.134.
upa + rajja, cp. uparaja
- luck, good fortune, success, personal welfare Ja.iii.443 (combined with sirī splendour explained by parivāra-sampatti & paññā respectively),…
…have him murdered. In one passage in the Vinaya, Vin.ii.189 Devadatta is spoken of as Godhiputta, the son of Godhi.
When the Buddha visited…
…was greatly impressed by Devadatta’s powers of iddhi and became his devoted follower. Vin.ii.185 He built for him a monastery at…
…about in Rājagaha, met Assaji, was converted by him to the faith of the Buddha, and became a sotāpanna. He found Moggallāna and repeated…
…the Mallas of Pāvā sent messengers to claim their share of the Buddha’s relics. DN.ii.165 Each had their Mote Hall.
In the Saṅgīti Sutta we…
One of the Buddha’s most eminent disciples, chief among those who upheld austere practices. AN.i.23 His personal name…
…ParkAnāthapiṇḍikassa ārāmaAnāthapiṇḍada’s Park
A park in Sāvatthī, in which was built the Anāthapiṇḍikārāma. When the…
…watching for any transgression on his part. But the quest was in vain, and, “like a crow attacking a rock,” he left Gotama in disgust….
…he should visit Cunda and reassure him by telling him that no blame at all attached to him and that he should feel no remorse, but should, on the…
…and takes the form of a discussion with Sāḷha, Migāra’s grandson, and Rohana, Pekkhuniya’s grandson on greed, covetousness, malice and…
…and judicial business of the city and all other matters of importance were discussed and decided in the Santhāgārasālā. DN.i.91 The…
…fell in love with her and married her. He had already one wife, and the new one caused dissension between her and her husband. Therefore it…
…Sutta he is addressed by Pasenadi as Gagga Mantānīputta, his father being a Gagga.
It was on his account that the rule not to ordain…
…heard of his virtues from Kassapa Buddha, sent him five hundred cartloads of the choicest rice, etc., but Ghaṭīkāra returned the gifts, saying…
…seeing the young ascetic pass below the palace windows, sent messengers after him. On learning, that he was resting after his meal, Bimbisāra…
…Vehaliṅga in the time of Kassapa Buddha. Ghaṭīkāra was his friend and invited Jotipāla to accompany him to the Buddha, but Jotipāla refused…
…ill, Jīvaka found it necessary to administer a purge, and he had fat rubbed into the Buddha’s body and gave him a handful of lotuses to smell….
…account, DN.ii.235 Māhissati is mentioned as having been, at least for some time, the capital of Avanti. It is quite likely that ancient…
…to have been a land route passing through Anupiya and Kosambī to Rājagaha. Vin.ii.184f. In the Sutta Nipāta Snp.1010–1013 the whole route is…
…very frequently mentioned as such in the Jātakas and elsewhere. Kāsi was once ruled by the Bhāratas, one of whom, Dhataraṭṭha, was its king…
…near by, and Bodhi sent a message by Sañjikāputta, inviting the Buddha to the palace, that he might bless it by being its first occupant. The…
…from afar, wishing to witness his skill, would deliberately arrive late and ask for lodgings in some place remote from Rājagaha; Dabba would…
…also said to have had discussions with Nigaṇṭha Nāṭaputta and Acela Kassapa and to have refuted their views.
A thera named Sudhamma was a…
…ascetic who possessed various psychic powers. Once, while in Tāvatiṃsā heaven, he saw the whole city decked with splendour and…
…and while there he had discussions with Upāli-Gahapati and Dīghatapassī, SN.ii.110 MN.i.376ff. with Kevaṭṭa, DN.i.211ff. and also…
…were declared by Purāṇa Kassapa, in his classification of the six classes, to be of the pure white class. AN.iii.384
The austerities practised…
…as a means of encompassing the Buddha’s death. Nālagiri was a fierce animal, and in order to increase his fierceness, Devadatta…
…saw a nautch girl gaily dressed, dancing to the accompaniment of music and contemplated her as the snare of Māra. Making this his topic of…
A city in the Buddha’s day, mentioned as lying on the route from Bāvari’s hermitage to Sāvatthī. Snp.1011
According to the…
…visited Kaccāna and discussed with him these statements, and, at the end of the talk, declared himself Kaccāna’s follower….
…by the Buddha for the possession of eight eminent qualities; AN.iii.49 AN.iv.208f. SN.iv.109 the upāsaka Vāseṭṭha; AN.iv.258f. the…
…from Mahānāma of the endless round of household cares he agreed to go. He could not, however, get his mother’s consent until he persuaded his…
…had come on business.
His wife was the sister of the seṭṭhi of Rājagaha, and when he arrived he found the seṭṭhi preparing a…
…Ajātasattu, his successor, and Pasenadi, these fights bringing varying fortunes to the combatants. The Sutta Nipāta Snp.405 AN.i.276 speaks…
…from its place some time before the event. DN.iii.59f. When his successor has lived righteously for seven days, it reappears. DN.iii.64
…on account of his profession of agriculture. On the day of his festive sowing, the Buddha visited him alone, and stood near the place where…
…speak of the unattractiveness of the body. Thag.567–576 In the Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.iii.169f. two suttas are connected him, in both of which…
…Sutta SN.v.158 and the Vassakāra Sutta. AN.ii.35f.
Bāvarī had three Mahāpurisalakkhaṇā; he could touch his forehead with his tongue,…
…of Bāvarī’s disciples. His question and the Buddha’s answer are found in the Jatukaṇṇi Sutta Snp.1007 Snp.1096–1100
…the chief Elder’s permission, and answered the question to the satisfaction of Citta. Citta likewise asked questions regarding various views,…
One of the places passed by Bāvarī’s disciples on their way from Bāvarī’s hermitage to see the Buddha at Rājagaha.
Between Gonaddha and their…
…of the Assakas and friend of Reṇu. When Mahāgovinda divided Jambudīpa into seven equal portions for Reṇu and his six…
…quarrel among the kings who assembled there to claim the Buddha’s relics. He pointed out to them the impropriety of a quarrel over anything…
…Buddha at Bāvarī’s request. Snp.p.194 The questions he asked of the Buddha on this occasion, and the answers given, are found in the…
…activity of consciousness in them. His doctrine is, therefore, one of non action. When one, with a sharp sword, cleaves a head in twain, no…
…Wanderer, classed among those who wore clothes. He is only mentioned once, in the Aṅguttara Nikāya, AN.iii.215 where we are told…
…seeking Mahā Kaccāna’s assistance, for a detailed explanation of something said in brief by the Buddha—e.g., Hāliddikāni, Kāḷī,…
…at Gijjhakūṭa and discussed with him the views of Pūraṇa Kassapa. The Buddha teaches him about the seven bojjhangas.
In the Vinaya,…
…He drank wine in their houses and had to be carried to see the Buddha. The latter made this the occasion for declaring the drinking of…
…But the Buddha reminds him that Migāra’s treasure is not real treasure in that it is subject to various dangers fire, water, kings, robbers,…
…before his death. It is said that when Ambapālī heard of the Buddha’s visit to Koṭigāma near Vesāli she and her retinue drove out of…
…the kingdom of the Vaṃsas and Avanti. Māgadha formed one of the sixteen Mahājanapadas and had its capital at Rājagaha or Giribbaja where…
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…is exhausted and one passes beyond the round of existence. It is said that Nāṭaputta did not employ the term kamma in his teaching; he…
…Buddha by winding his coils seven times round the Buddha’s body and holding his hood over the Buddha’s head. Vin.i.3…
…came with the whispered message that the queen was dead. It was a terrible shock, “his shoulders drooped, his mouth fell, and he sat brooding,…
Servant of Kuvera. He takes Kuvera’s messages and makes them known in Uttarakuru. DN.iii.201
…hundred of the monks to his side, it was to Gayāsīsa that he retired with them, and there it was that the Buddha’s Chief Disciples had to go…
…Anuruddha. It is probably this same king who is referred to in the Aṅguttara Nikāya. AN.iii.57ff. His wife Bhaddā died, and Muṇḍa gave…
…while Māra made unsuccessful attempts to frighten him. SN.i.109
It was on the slopes of Gijjhakūṭa, where the Buddha was wandering about,…
One of King Eḷeyya’s guards. He was a follower of Rāmaputta. AN.ii.180
…for six days, he came across the Buddha in a forest tract. He spoke the praises of the Buddha’s freedom, unperturbed by the anxieties to which…
…of having set free the inhabitants when the village was raided. SN.i.143
…Pokkarasāti, Jāṇussoṇi and Todeyya.
There were also two learned youths, Vāseṭṭha and Bhāradvāja at Icchānaṅkala, who,…
…And then, in answer to his question, the Buddha told him of those to whom respect should be shown, among whom the arahants are perfect….
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…are censured here for a nissaggiya offence. Vin.iii.224 The Vaṅgīsa Sutta was preached there to Vaṅgīsa, on the occasion of the death of…