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allakappa →


…When the Bulis of Allakappa heard of the Buddha’s death, they sent messengers to the Mallas asking for a portion of the relics,…

ambagāma →


…road from Vesāli to Kusināra. This was evidently the road which led from Vesāli northwards to the Malla Country, for other villages in the…

anupiya →


A township in the Malla country to the east of Kapilavatthu. Large numbers of Sākiyan princes joined the Order there, including Bhaddiya, Anuruddha,…

anuruddha →


…Anuruddha again that the Mallas of Kusinārā consulted regarding the Buddha’s last obsequies. DN.ii.160f.

In one of the verses ascribed to…

assaji →



The fifth of the Pañcavaggiyā monks. 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 h …

assajipunabbasukā →


The followers of Assaji and Punabbasu. They lived in Kīṭāgiri, between Sāvatthī and Ālavi, and were guilty of various evil practices. They used to grow flowers, make wreaths and garlands, and send the …

aṅga →


One of the 16 Great Nations (Mahājanapadā), mentioned in the Pitakas. The countries mentioned are Aṅga, Māgadha, Kāsī, Kosala, Vajji, Mallā, Ceti, Vaṃsa, Kuru, Pañcāla, Macchā, Sūrasena, Assaka, Avant …

bhaggā →


The name of a tribe and a country, the capital of which was Suṃsumāragiri. The Bhagga country lay between Vesāli and Sāvatthī.

The Buddha went there several times in the course of his wanderings AN.i …

bhesakalāvana →


A grove in the Bhagga country. It contained a Deer Park wherein the Buddhastayed, on Suṃsumāragiri. Nearby was the house in which lived Nakulapitā and Nakulamātā. AN.ii.61 AN.iii.295 SN.iii.1 SN.iv.11 …

bulī →



The name of a gotta. They claimed one eighth share of the Buddha’s relics and raised a thūpa over them in their city of Allakappa. DN.ii.167

candana →



A deva, vassal of the Four Regent Gods. DN.ii.258 He is mentioned as one of the chief Yakkhas to be invoked by followers of the Buddha in case of need. DN.iii.204 He once visited …

dabbamallaputta →


An arahant. With the Buddha’s sanction, and wishing to be of service to the Order, he took upon himself the task of appointing night’s-lodgings to travelling monks and of directing them to meals. He …

dakkhiṇāgiri →


A region in India. It contained the city of Vedisa. Dakkhiṇāgiri lay to the south-west of Rājagaha, beyond the hills that surrounded the city—hence its name. In the district was the brahmin village o …

devadatta →


A monk, a close relative of the Buddha, who split the Sangha, and attempted to overthrow the Buddha and have him murdered. In one passage in the Vinaya, Vin.ii.189 Devadatta is spoken of as Godhiputta …

dhammadinnā →


…are given in the Cūḷavedalla Sutta. MN.i.299ff. Visākha reported this interview to the Buddha, who praised her great wisdom and commended…

dūsī →


Name of Māra in the time of Kakusandha Buddha. He was, in that birth, son of Kāḷī, sister of Moggallāna. He first incited the brahmin householders to revile Kakusandha’s monks, chief of whom were Vidh …

eḷeyya →


…probably of Māgadha. He was a devout follower of Uddaka-Rāmaputta. In his retinue were Yamaka, Moggalla, Ugga, Nāvindakī, Gandhabba, and…

gaṇaka-moggallāna →



A brahmin teacher of Sāvatthī. He visited the Buddha at the Pubbārāma, and the Buddha preached to him the Gaṇaka-Moggallāna Sutta, after which, it is said, he became the Buddha’s …

gijjhakūṭa →


…at Rājagaha would ask Dabbamallaputta-Tissa to find accommodation for them in Gijjhakūṭa, in order to test his capabilities. Vin.ii.76


gomatakakandarā →


…in Rājagaha. Monks coming to Rājagaha from afar were provided with lodging there, and Dabba Mallaputta was put in charge of these arrangements….

gosiṅgasālavanadāya →



A forest tract near Nādikā. Once, when Anuruddha, Nandiya and Kimbila were living there, they were visited by the Buddha, who came from Giñjakāvasatha. The result of t …

hiraññavatī →


A river, on the bank of which was the Upavattana Sālavana of the Mallas of Kusināra, where the Buddha died. DN.ii.137


hārika →



A bandit of Rājagaha. After death he was born as a ghost with a headless trunk, and was seen by Moggallāna. His mouth and his eyes were on his chest. SN.ii.260

isigili →


…of the Order. There Dabba Mallaputta is asked by monks to provide for them accommodation. Vin.ii.76 Vin.iii.41

It was also the scene of the…

kaccāna →



See Mahā-Kaccāna, Pakudha-Kaccāna, Pubba-Kaccāna, Sambula-Kaccāna, Sabhiya-Kaccāna, etc. See also Kaccāyana.

Kaccāna or Kaccāyana is the name of a family, the Kaccānagotta. …

kakudha →



A lay disciple of the Buddha who dwelt at Nādikā. When the Buddha arrived at Nādikā on his last journey, Ānanda asked him what had happened to Kakudha, who was already dead …

kakusandha →


A Buddha of a past era. His chief disciples were Vidhura and Sañjīva among monks, and Sama and Campā among nuns. His personal attendant was Buddhija. Accuta and Samaṇa, Nandā and Sunandā were his most …

kallavāḷaputta →



A village in Māgadha. Mahā-Moggallāna lived there immediately after his ordination, and on the seventh…

kapilavatthu →


A city near the Himalaya, capital of the Sākiyan republic. The administration and judicial business of the city and all other matters of importance were discussed and decided in the Santhāgārasālā. DN …

katamorakatissa →



One of the monks whom Devadatta incited to join him in stirring up discord among the Saṅgha, the others being Kokālika, Khaṇḍadevīputta and Samuddadatta Vin.ii.196 Vi …

kaṇḍakīvana →



A grove near Sāketa. The conversation which took place there between Sāriputta and Moggallāna is recorded in the Padesa Sutta. SN.v.174f. A discussion which took pla …

koliyaputta →


An epithet of Kakudha, Moggallāna’s attendant. Vinii.185

kosalavihārī →



A monk whose Theragāthā verses say that he went forth in faith and dwells diligently in a forest hut. Thag.59

kosiya →



The name of a brahmin clan. In the pācittiya it is given as one of the lower gottas, Vin.iv.8 but it is also Sakka’s gotta, and is therefore generally regarded as a …

kusinārā →


…proceeded to Ātumā. The Mallas of Kusinārā were always great admirers of the Buddha, even though not all of them were his followers, and on…

kāḷasilā →


…they would ask Dabba Mallaputta to find them lodgings there because they wished to see evidence of Dabba’s iddhi-powers. Vin.ii.76…

kīṭāgiri →


A village of the Kāsis, on the road from Kāsi to Sāvatthī. It was the headquarters of the followers of Assaji and Punabbasu, who lived there, behaving in a shameless and wicked manner. A certain monk, …

lakkhaṇa →


Mentioned as having stayed with Mahā Moggallāna on Gijjhakūṭa. Once, when they were going down to Rājagaha for alms, Lakkhaṇa noticed that at a certain spot Moggallāna smiled; on asking him why, he wa …

maddakucchi →


…night, wishing to put Dabba Mallaputta’s powers to the test, would often ask him to provide lodging there for them. Vin.ii.76…

mahājanapadā →


The books mention the sixteen Mahājanapadas or Great Nations, which existed in the time of the Buddha. AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 AN.iv.256 AN.iv.260 They are Kāsī, Kosala, Aṅga, Māgadha, Vajji, Mallā, Cetiya …

mahākassapa →


…Buddha’s death, and the Mallas had been trying in vain to set fire to his pyre. The arahant theras, who were present, declared that it could not…

mahāmoggallāna →


…went to the hamlet of Kallavāla AN.iv.85f. in Māgadha, and there, on the seventh day after his ordination, drowsiness overcame him as he…

makuṭabandhana →


A shrine of the Mallas to the east of Kusināra, where the Buddha’s body was cremated. DN.ii.160–161

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mallā →


…he sent Ānanda to the Mallas of Kusināra, who were assembled in their Mote Hall to announce his approaching death. The Mallas thereupon came…

mallī →


A Malla woman. Vin.ii.268

mettiyabhummajakā →


…of morality against Dabba Mallaputta, who seems to have earned their special dislike. Dabba was in charge of the distribution of alms at the…

mettiyā →


…for this…

migāramātupāsāda →


The name given to the monastery erected by Visākhā Migāramātā in the Pubbārāma, to the east of Sāvatthī. It is said that, one day, when Visākhā had gone to the monastery to hear the Dhamma and afterwa …

moggalla →


A man in the retinue of King Eḷeyya. He was a follower of Uddaka Rāmaputta. AN.ii.187

māgadha →


One of the four chief kingdoms of India at the time of the Buddha, the others being Kosala, the kingdom of the Vaṃsas and Avanti. Māgadha formed one of the sixteen Mahājanapadas and had its capital at …

māra →



Generally regarded as the personification of Death, the Evil One, the Tempter. Sometimes known as the Dark One (Kaṇha). Snp.355 MN.i.377 DN.ii.262 T …

nigrodhārāma →



A grove near Kapilavatthu, where a residence was provided for the Buddha. Vin.i.82 There Mahāpajāpati Gotamī first asked permission for women to enter the Order. This was ref …

nādikā →


…which lay the Mango grove and the Sāla grove of the Mallas.


paribbājakā →


Wanderer. The name given to some of the ascetics and recluses of the Buddha’s time. They were not exclusively brahmin. Their presence seems to have been recognized and respected from earlier times. Ge …

payāga →


…bathing to wash away their sins. MN.i.39

It is identified with the modern Allahabad, at the confluence of the Gaṅgā and the…

paṇḍuputta →


An Ājīvaka. He came of a wagon building stock of bygone days. In the Anaṅgaṇa Sutta, MN.i.31f. Moggallāna tells Sāriputta that, one day, when begging alms in Rājagaha, he came to the house of Samīti …

piṇḍola →



A Pacceka Buddha, given in a nominal list. MN.iii.69


An arahant who announced before the Buddha his readiness to answer the questions of any doubti …

pukkusa →


…prince of the Mallas. He was a disciple of Āḷāra Kālama, and one day, while on his way from Kusinārā to Pāvā, he saw the…

pāveyyakā →



The name given to the inhabitants of Pāvā—e.g., Pāveyyakā Mallā. DN.ii.165

Pāvā was evidently a centre of Buddhist activity even during the lifetime of the Buddha, and mention is …

pāvā →


…was staying at Pāvā, the Mallas had just completed their new Mote hall, Ubbhataka, and, at their invitation, the Buddha consecrated it by first…

revata →



An eminent disciple of the Buddha, declared by him foremost among forest dwellers. AN.i.24

His Theragāthā verses appear under two names. As Khadiravaniya he admonishe …

rojā →



A Malla, inhabitant of Kusinārā. When the Buddha and Ānanda visited Kusinārā, the Malla chieftains decreed that whoever…

rājagaha →


…and the Sāla grove of the Mallas.

The books mention various places besides Veḷuvana, with its Kalandaka-nivāpa vihāra in and around…

sakka →



Almost always spoken of as chief of the devas. The Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.i.229 contains a list of his names.

  • Maghavā, be …

sallavatī →


A river, forming the boundary on the south east side of the Middle country. Vin.i.197

south east side of the Middle country.3river

samīti →


A waggon builder of Sāvatthī. In the Aṅgaṇa Sutta, Moggallāna tells Sāriputta how he once saw Samīti shaping a felloe; by his side, Paṇḍuputta was watching, wishing that Samiti might shape the felloe …

sañjaya →



A monk whose Theragāthā verse says that since going forth he has not had any hate. Thag.48


In the Kaṇṇakatthala Sutta Viḍūḍabha tells the Buddha that it was …

sikhāmoggallāna →



A brahmin who once visited the Buddha, saying that he had been told by Soṇakāyana that the Buddha preached the ineffectiveness of all deeds and asking if this were true …

soṇakāyana →


A youth who, according to Sikhā Moggallāna, went about saying that the Buddha proclaimed the ineffectiveness of all deeds, and thereby preached the annihilation of the world. The Buddha said he did no …

susumāragiri →


…divine eye Moggallāna at Kallavālamutta half asleep, and appeared before him and admonished him. AN.iv.85

On another occasion, he saw Anuruddha…

sāketa →


A town in Kosala. It was regarded in the Buddha’s time as one of the six great cities of India, the others being Campā, Rājagaha, Sāvatthī, Kosambī and Benares. DN.ii.146 In the Vinaya Vin.i.253 howev …

sākya →


…at Cātumā M.i.457. The Mallas of Kusinārā also had a Santhāgāra D.ii.164; so did the Licchavis of Vesāli Vin.i.233 M.i.228.


sāriputta →



The chief disciple of Gotama- Buddha. He is also called Upatissa, which was evidently his personal name. MN.i.150 Sāriputta was a great friend of Mahāmoggallāna. After going forth together …

tapodārāma →


…both far from Rājagaha, and monks would come from afar late at night and, in order to test Dabba Mallaputta’s powers, ask him to provide…

thūṇa →


…country and belonged to the Mallas, and was once visited by the Buddha. Ud.vii.9

on the western boundary of Majjhimadesa, in the Kosala country, of…

tissa →



One of the two chief disciples of Vipassī Buddha. DN.ii.4


A monk who was reborn as a Brahmā with great iddhi-powers. Moggallāna visited him soon after his bir …

tudu →


When Kokālika was grievously ill, Tudu visited him and exhorted him to put his trust in Sāriputta and Moggallāna. But Kokālika refused to accept his advice and drove him away. SN.i.149 AN.v.171

ubbhataka →


A mote-hall built by the Mallas of Pāvā. When it was finished they invited the Buddha to be its first occupant. The Buddha went with the monks and…

uddaka →


…his bodyguard, Yamaka, Moggalla and others, were followers of Rāmaputta and that they held him in great esteem.

In the Saṃyutta Nikāya…

ukkacelā →



A village in the Vajji country, on the banks of the Ganges, on the road from Rājagaha to Vesāli and near the latter.

Once while Sāriputta was staying there, the Pari …

upananda →



A monk, belonging to the Sākyan clan, who was known for his greed in procuring requisites. Several incidents connected with him are mentioned in the Vinaya. Once he promised to s …

upavatta →


sāla-grove of the Mallas of Kusināra, on the further side of the Hiraññavatī. This was the last resting-place of the Buddha on his…

uruvelakappa →


A township of the Mallas in the Malla country. Once when the Buddha was staying there, Bhadragaka, the headman of the town, visited him, and the…

vajjī →


…route being through Kosala, Malla, Vajji, Kāsi, Māgadha, and thus back, SN.v.348 and he preached to the people, mostly in the Kūṭāgārasālā…

vappa →


Vappa 1

One of the group of five monks who practiced with the Bodhisatta before his Awakening, and who were his first monastic followers. Vappa was disappointed when the Buddha began takin …

vassakāra →


A brahmin, chief minister of Ajātasattu. He and Sunidha were in charge of the fortifications of Pāṭaligāma, built against the Vajjī. Vin.i.228 Ud.viii.6 DN.ii.72ff.

At Ajātasattu’s suggestion, Vass …

vaḍḍha →


…instigation, charged Dabba Mallaputta with having committed adultery with his wife. Dabba repudiated the charge, and the Buddha ordered the monks…

vaḍḍhamāna →



A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of putting forth effort as if one’s haor was on fire. Thag.40 Elsewhere Thag.1162 this same verse is ascribed to Moggallāna as having been spoken by hi …

vaṅgīsa →


A monk who was declared foremost in the gift of spontaneous poetic expression. AN.i.24

The Theragāthā contains numerous verses spoken by him on various occasions Thag.1208–1279 SN.i.183ff. Some of …

vedalla →


The last of the nine aṅgas or portions of the Dhamma classified according to literary form. MN.i.133 Vin.iii.8 It probably included analytical texts.

vejayanta →



A palace belonging to Sakka. When Moggallāna visited Sakka to discover if he had fully understood the Buddha’s teaching in the Cūlatanhā saṅkhaya Sutta, Sakka tried to evade his …

verañjā →


A town in which the Buddha once spent the rainy season at the invitation of the brahmin Verañja. Verañja visits the Buddha at the foot of the Naḷerupucimanda, where he is staying, and asks him a serie …

veḷukaṇḍa →



A city in Avanti. Moggallāna and Sāriputta visited the place in the course of a journey in Dakkhiṇāgiri and were entertained by Nandamātā. AN.iv.62f.

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veḷukaṇṭakī →



A lady of Veḷukaṇṭa. She is mentioned as an exemplary lay woman.AN.i.88 AN.ii.164 AN.i.26 SN.ii.236 She founded, for the Order headed by Sāriputta and …

veḷuvana →


…stay at Veḷuvana, Dabba Mallaputta, at his own request, was appointed regulator of lodgings and apportioner of rations. Vin.ii.74 The Buddha was…

visākha →


…is recorded in the Culla Vedalla Sutta. MN.i.299f. Visākha then visited the Buddha and reported their conversation to him, winning the…

vāseṭṭha →


…DN.ii.159 we find the Mallas of Kusināra addressed as Vāseṭṭhā, as well as the Mallas of Pāvā. DN.iii.209 It was a gotta held in…