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Dhamma, 97 találat.

dhamma →



The palace built by Vissakamma for Mahāsudassana, by order of Sakka. DN.ii.180ff.


The lake in…

dhammā →



A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verse tells of how one day, while returning from her alms round, she slipped and fell. Meditating on this, she became an arahant. Thig.17

ajapālanigrodha →


…and suggests to him that the Dhamma be considered his teacher. AN.ii.20f. SN.i.138f.

By Ajapāla-nigrodha it was, too, that, immediately after…

ajita →


…on the difference between dhamma and adhamma. AN.v.229ff.


General of the Licchavis and follower of the Buddha. Immediately…

ajjuna →


A monk whose Theragāthā verse describes understanding the Dhamma as like drawing oneself from water to dry land. Thag.88

annabhāra →


…about the four factors of Dhamma (dhammapadāni) which are held in esteem by everyone: not-coveting, not-malice, right-mindfulness,…

anuruddha →


…discourse on the abhidhamma or self-mastery.

Once he lay grievously ill in the Andhavana in Sāvatthī, but the pain made no impression on…

ariṭṭha →


…faith in the Buddha, the Dhamma and the Saṅgha. They practised Ariyan conduct and had won wisdom and liberty.



asibandhakaputta →


…that the Buddha teaches the Dhamma in full only to certain disciples and not to others; just as a farmer sowing seed selects, first the best field,…

assaji →


…When the Buddha preached the Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta, he was the last in whom dawned the eye of Truth, and the Buddha had to discourse to him…

avanti →


…Soṇa Kuṭikaṇṇa

  • Dhammapāla
  • Abhayarājakumāra
  • Isidatta and Isidāsī

Mahā Kaccāna seems to have spent a good deal of his time…

aññātakoṇḍañña →


…among humans to realise the Dhamma the Buddha praised him saying “aññāsi vata bho Kondañño” twice; hence he came to be known as Aññata…

bandhura →


A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of not wanting to drink poison after tasting the Dhamma. Thag.103

bhadrā →


A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verses speak of going forth out of faith and attaining the Dhamma. Thig.9

bhāradvāja →


…gotta living at Kammāssadhamma. The Buddha once stayed there and slept on a mat in his fire hut, and there he met the wanderer Māgaṇḍiya….

buddha →


…and teacher of the Buddha-dhamma. His personal name was Siddhattha Gotama, and he was a Khattiya of the Sakiyan clan. He was born in Lumbini in…

bārānasī →


…motion the Wheel of the Law (Dhamma-cakka). It is the custom of Buddhas to travel by air from the Bodhi-tree to the scene of their first sermon, a…

citta →


…first these and then Sudhamma; the latter, feeling slighted, blamed Citta beyond measure, but the Buddha, hearing of this, sent Sudhamma to…

cūḷapanthaka →


…how slow his progress was in Dhamma, so much so that his brother rejected him from the monastery. But the Buddha took him by the arm and gave him a…

dakkhiṇāgiri →


…Kasī-Bhāradvāja and Dhammasava and his father. On another of these occasions the Buddha saw the Magadhakhetta, which gave him the idea of…

devadatta →


…the name of the Buddha, the Dhamma and the Saṅgha, none but Devadatta was to be recognised.

It was at this time that Devadatta incited…

dhammadinnā →


…of profound questions on the Dhamma. The questions and answers are given in the Cūḷavedalla Sutta. MN.i.299ff. Visākha reported this interview…

dhammapāla →



A monk whose Theragāthā verses praise the young monk who by virtue of his practice is awake while the world sleeps. Thag.203–204

dhammasava →


A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of going forth and attaining the three knowledges. Thag.107

dhammasava-pitā →



Father of Dhammasava. He was one hundred and twenty years old when he went forth. Thag.108

ekadhammasavanīya →



A monk whose verse is found in the Theragāthā. Thag.67

esukārī →


…true service, and follow the Dhamma, which is the true wealth. At the end of the discourse Esukārī declares himself to be a follower of the…

gijjhakūṭa →


GijjhakūṭaVulture’s Peak

One of the five hills encircling Rājagaha. It was evidently a favourite resort of those who followed the religious life.

The Buddha seems to have been attracted by its solit …

hatthaka →


…devas wishing to learn the Dhamma from him, and confessed that he had died regretting three things: of not having seen enough of the Buddha, of…

inda →


…the Assembly Hall, named Sudhamma. Two of his companions, having listened to the admonition of Gopaka, became disciples of the Buddha and, as a…

indapatta →


…the Kuru country. In the Kurudhamma Jataka J.ii.365f; also J.iii.400; J.iv.361; J.v.457;; Cyp.i.3, Cyp.v.1, Dhananjaya Koravya, is…

isidatta →



In the Dhammacetiya Sutta, MN.ii.123f. Pasenadi tells the Buddha how impressed he is by the reverence Isidatta and Purāṇa…

isipatana →



Besides the Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta mentioned above, several other suttas were preached by the Buddha while staying at…

kammāsadhamma →


…township of the Kurūs. The Buddha, during the course of his wanderings, stayed there several times; the…

kaṇhadinna →


A monk whose Theragāthā verses describe how he heard the Dhamma, practiced, and overcame all defileents. Thag.179–180

kimbila →


…when Kimbila asks how the Dhamma could be made to endure long after the Buddha’s death and what were the causes which might bring about its…

kokanadā →


…and spoke verses in praise of the Buddha, the Dhamma and the Saṅgha. SN.i.29f.

kuru →


…were preached at Kammāssadhamma, which is described as a nigama of the Kurūs, where the Buddha resided from time to time. Another town of the…

kuṇḍala →



The verse attributed to Kundala in the Theragāthā Thag.19 occurs twice in the Dhammapada

kāsi →


…Kīṭāgiri and Dhammapālagāma. Kāsi and Kosala are frequently mentioned together. AN.v.59. Kāsigāma or Kāsinigama was probably…

macchikāsaṇḍa →


…of whom was Mahānāma.

Sudhamma Thera also lived there, and the place was visited by Sāriputta and Moggalāna and also by Acela Kassapa….

mahākassapa →


…of Kassapa and recited the Dhamma and the Vinaya.

The books contain numerous references to Mahā Kassapa—he is classed with Moggallāna,…

mahākoṭṭhita →


…the discussion of the Abhidhamma, and was asked by Koṭṭhita to abide his time and not interrupt. Citta’s friends protested that Citta was…

mahāmoggallāna →


…in solemn conclave in the Sudhamma-Hall in the Brahma world and made him confess his conviction that his earlier views were erroneous. Thag.1198…

mahānāga →


A monk whose Theragāthā verses warn of the dangers that face a monk who neglects the Dhamma. Thag.387–392

mallikā →


…knowledge of the Dhamma made her wiser than Pasenadi would have desired, and he once, in a moment of great affection, asked if anyone…

medāḷupa →


…heard that the Buddha was there and visited him. On this occasion was preached the Dhammacetiya Sutta. This was the last time that…

migāramātupāsāda →


…to the monastery to hear the Dhamma and afterwards attend on the sick monks and novices, she left in the preaching hall her jewellery and her…

moḷiyasīvaka →


…Nikāya. AN.iii.356 There he asks the Buddha if the claims made with regard to the Dhamma are justified. The Buddha proves to him, by illustration,…

nadīkassapa →


…views and practices were abandoned when he heard the Dhamma. Thag.340–344

nagaraka →


…Buddha, as recorded in the Dhammacetiya Sutta. MN.ii.118

The Buddha evidently once stayed in Nagaraka, for in the Cūḷa-Suññatā Sutta,…

nandaka →


…results of listening to the Dhamma in due season.


A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how a horse might stumble but…

nerañjarāya →


…persuaded him to preach the Dhamma. Vin.i.1ff. Snp.425ff. SN.i.103f. SN.i.122 SN.i.136ff. SN.v.167 SN.v.185 SN.v.232 Ud.i.1–4 Ud.ii.1…

paripuṇṇaka →


A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of the superiority of the taste of Dhamma over all other flavors. Thag.91

pasenadi →


…that feature King Pasenadi coming to the Buddha to ask about Dhamma. Pasenadi died shortly before the Buddha.

purāṇa →


…Nikāya SN.v.349ff. In the Dhammacetiya Sutta. MN.ii.123 Pasenadi speaks of the great loyalty of these two men towards the Buddha. After…

puṇṇa →


…among those who preached the Dhamma. AN.i.23 SN.ii.156

Besides the Rathavinīta Sutta mentioned above, which bears testimony to Puṇṇa’s skill…

revata →


…and twelve thousand, at the head of whom was Revata—held a recital of the Dhamma, which recital therefore came to be called Sattasatī….

sahadhammā →


A class of Devas, present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

sahampati →


…or not he should preach the Dhamma, Sahampati appeared before him and begged of him to open to the world the doors of Immortality. The Buddha…

sakka →


…meet and deliberate in the Sudhamma sabhā and Sakka consults with them rather than issues them commands. On such occasions, the Four Regent Devas…

sakulā →


…the household, she heard the Dhamma taught by a monk, and then saw the Dhamma, and left behind her family and possessions. After ordination she…

samiddhi →


…pretending to expound the Dhamma after being only three years in the Order. The Aṅguttara AN.iv.385f. contains a record of a lesson given by…

sanaṅkumāra →


…refuge in the Buddha, the Dhamma and the Saṅgha. Each deva fancies that only the shape sitting on his own divan has spoken and that the others…

sarabha →


…Rājagaha that he knew the Dhamma and Vinaya of the Sakyaputta monks, and that was why he had left their Order. The Buddha, being told of this,…

sarakāni →


…refuge in the Buddha, the Dhamma, and the Saṅgha, and possessed qualities which secured him from birth in hell among the lowest animals and the…

somā →


…to the comprehension of the Dhamma. SN.i.129 Thig.60–62


Sister of Sakulā and queen of Pasenadi. She was a devout follower of…

soṇa →


…Buddha asked him to speak on Dhamma, and he recited the whole of the Aṭṭhakavagga. At the end of the recital the Buddha congratulated him….

sudhamma →


…next day. He also invited Sudhamma, but because he had been invited after the others, Sudhamma refused to go. Early the next day he visited…

sugandha →


A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of going forth after one rainy season, then attaining the Dhamma. Thag.24

sukkā →


…was famous as a teacher of Dhamma, to the extent that a spirit went Rājagaha about praising her and exhorting others to listen to her Dhamma….

sunakkhatta →


…praise of the Buddha and the Dhamma. The Buddha warned him that people would say he had left the Order because its discipline had proved too hard…

sundarasamudda →


…him in with seductive manner. But seeing this his mind went to the Dhamma and he became Awakened. Thag.459–465

sundarī →


…that she has learnt the Dhamma from the Buddha. Sujāta then determines to go to Mithila to see the Buddha and go forth. When Sundarī’s…

sunīta →


…he was lifted up by the Buddha. Practcing in the forest he realized the Dhamma, so that even the gods now pay him homage. Thag.620–631

suppatiṭṭhita →


…him to keep the Rukkhadhamma, which was that various people take and make use of various parts of a tree; it is not for the deva of the tree…

suppiya →


…virtues of the Buddha, his Dhamma and his Order, which led to the preaching of the Brahmajāla Sutta. DN.i.1


He was born in…

sāmāvatī →


…all of whom had attained the Dhamma. Ud.vii.10

Sāmāvatī is reckoned among the moist eminent of the lay women who were followers of the Buddha,…

sāriputta →


…he heard the essence of the Dhamma from Assaji, and together with Moggallāna they became monks under the Buddha. This was shortly after the…

uddaka →


…for someone to whom the Dhamma might be preached, and who was capable of realising its import at once, his thoughts turned to Uddaka, but…

ugga →


…loyalty to the Buddha, the Dhamma and the Saṅgha, Ariyan conduct, insight and liberation. AN.iv.451


A monk whose verse is…

ukkalā →


…only in the Buddha and Dhamma (since the Sangha was not yet established). Vin.i.4

The men of Ukkalā, together with those of Vassa and…

upavatta →


…regarding the Buddha, the Dhamma and the Saṅgha, magga and paṭipadā, or any questions they wished to ask, AN.ii.79 and here he gave his last…

upavāna →


…and practical use of the Dhamma. SN.iv.41 There is also recorded a visit of Upavāna to Sāriputta when they were both staying in the…

upāli →


…questions regarding the Dhamma. Vin.ii.286f.

In accordance with this tradition, ascribing to Upāli especial authority regarding the rules…

vakkali →


…told him that seeing the Dhamma was equivalent to seeing him, and because Vakkali had realized the Dhamma, there would be no hereafter for him….

vappa →


…to him and the others the Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta. Soon after, Vappa and his companions became arahants, at the end of the Anattalakkhaṇa…

vaḍḍha →


…whose Theragāthā verses express thanks to his mother and sister for encouraging him in the Dhamma. Thag.335–339 The Therīgāthā conatins an…

vedalla →


…It probably included analytical…

vepacitti →


…and foot, to Sakka in the Sudhamma hall. There Vepacitti reviled and railed at Sakka with scurrilous words, both on entering and on leaving the…

veyyākaraṇa →


aṅgas, into which the Dhamma was organized by way of literary style. It means “Answer” or “Explanation” and refers to discourses…

vidhura →


One of the two chief disciples of Kakusandha Buddha. DN.ii.4 SN.ii.191 He received his name because he was a peerless preacher of the Dhamma. MN.i.333

vijayā →


…who taght her the Dhamma, so that now she dwells in freedom and bliss. Thig.169–174 In the Saṃyutta Nikāya. SN.i.130 Māra, assuming…

visākha →


…of Dhammadinnā. After Dhammadinnā had joined the Order, she left the city and retired into the country, returning to Rājagaha after she had…

yakkha →


…of character, etc. e.g., Adhamma, Katattha, Dhamma, Puṇṇaka, Māra, Sakaṭa; (d) embodiments of former persons e.g., Janavasabha (lord of…

yamelutekulā →


Two brahmins, probably named Yamelu and Tekula, who proposed to the Buddha that the Dhamma should be put into Sanskrit metre chandasi. The Buddha refused their request. Vin.ii.139

yasa →


…attained realization of the Dhamma. To Yasa’s father, too, who had come in search of his son, the Buddha preached the Doctrine, having first made…