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…by the Licchavis Abhaya and Panditakumāra;. AN.i.220 Anuruddha, who lived there in a forest hut; SN.iii.116 SN.iv.380 Nāgita, the Buddha’s…
…AN.iii.300 SN.ii.155 Ānanda, AN.iii.383 Mahā Kassapa, Anuruddha, Puṇṇa Mantāniputta, Upāli and Devadatta, SN.ii.155 Cunda, and Channa….
…went to hear him—e.g., Candana, Suyāma, Santusita, Sunimitta and Vasavatti SN.iv.269–280 He was also consulted by those, such as…
…parts of the country, and many of the Vinaya rules were formulated in Kosala.
Kosala is often mentioned in combination with Kāsi in the…
…always happy in any circumstances. AN.i.136f. On another occasion the Buddha asked Hatthaka how he could command the allegiance of such a large…
…AN.v.269ff. and eternalism and annihilation. SN.ii.76 He had a white chariot with silver fittings and white trappings drawn by four pure white…
…and, among monks, Añjanavaniya, Vajjiputta and Sambhūta.
The Licchavis were greatly admired for their system of government. It was a…
…of Bharaṇḍu, the Kālāman. AN.i.276f. On another occasion we hear of the Buddha convalescing at Kapilavatthu after an illness. AN.i.219
…teachings of recluses, that of Makkhali is the meanest. AN.i.286
…Metteyyapañha of the Parāyana AN.iii.399f.
- the Dhammadinna Sutta SN.v.406f.
Some of the most eminent members of the Saṅgha seem to have…
…to turn back. As the elephant advanced he pervaded it with love, and thus completely subdued it.
This outrage made Devadatta very unpopular, and…
…is regarded as the ideal layman. AN.i.88 AN.ii.164 AN.iii.451
A monk, son of an elephant trainer,…
…Madhupiṇḍika, the Kaccāyana and the Parāyana; several instances are given of people seeking Mahā Kaccāna’s assistance, for a detailed…
…the Ariyapariyesanā, and the Pāsādakampana. SN.i.77 SN.i.190 Ud.vi.2 SN.iii.100 SN.v.216 SN.v.222f. AN.i.193f. AN.ii.183f.…
…the son of the Sākyan Amitodana and brother of Mahānāma. When members of other Sākyan families had joined the Order of their distinguished…
…the others being hell, animal, and ghost realms. It.93
The fight between the Devas and the Asuras is mentioned even in the oldest books of…
…was free of all fetters, human and divine. Vin.i.22 On another occasion Māra entered into the body of Vetambarī and made him utter heretical…
…country, Anuruddha became an arahant after a visit which the Buddha paid to him.AN.iv.228 Vin.i.300f. The Janavasabha Sutta DN.ii.200 leads us…
…chief Elder’s permission, and answered the question to the satisfaction of Citta. Citta likewise asked questions regarding various views, such as…
…was greatly disappointed, and Ānanda intervened. But the Buddha explained that his suggestion was for the greater good of Pajāpatī, and also…
…Bāhiya became an arahant and the Buddha left him. Shortly after, Bāhiya was gored to death by a cow with calf. The Buddha, seeing his body…
…mentioned in several places AN.i.88 AN.ii.164 AN.iv.347 SN.ii.236 as the highest ideal of womanhood worthy of imitation, and is described as the…
…to the Uttarāpatha. AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 AN.iv.256 AN.iv.260
In the Assalāyana Sutta MN.ii.149 it is stated that in Yona and in Kamboja,…
Thullanandā heard Kassapa censuring Ānanda and raised her voice in protest, “What now? Does Kassapa, once a heretic,…
…as the heavenly musicians, and Pañcasikha, Suriyavaccasā and her father Timbarū are among their number. DN.ii.264
They wait on such devas…
…by means of question and answer, to convince Bhaddiya that his teachings were truly founded on fact and, if accepted and practised, would…
…went to see Channa at the Kalandakanivāpa in Rājagaha, just before Channa’s suicide. Once, when the Buddha lay ill in the Kalandakanivāpa,…
…the sixteen Great Nations. AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 AN.iv.256 AN.iv.260
Its capital was Ujjenī. But according to another account, DN.ii.235 Māhissati…
…Sandha of the Kaccānagotta AN.v.322f. and the Elder Kaccāyana. SN.ii.153f. SN.ii.74 SN.iv.90
Both in the Janavasabha Sutta and the…
…of the Buddha, and constantly sang the praises of the Buddha, of his teachings, and of the Order. Annoyed at this, Bhāradvāja went to the…
…Kāsi to Rājagaha Vin.i.212 and another to Sāvatthī. Vin.ii.10 Kāsi was famed for her silks, and Kāsi-robes were most highly esteemed as…
…Sūrasena, Assaka, Avantī, Gandhāra and Kamboja. The first fourteen are included in the Majjhimadesa, the two last being in…
…stayed there in the Gundāvana, and was visited there by the king of the city, Avantiputta, MN.ii.83 and the brahmin Kandarāyana. AN.i.67 Already…
…Great Nations AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 AN.iv.256 AN.iv.260
The Macchā country lay to the south or south west of Indraprastha and to the south of…
…SN.iii.173 and three on ignorance and knowledge. SN.iii.17 Another similar sutta is on sense and sense objects, SN.iv.162–165 and there is a…
…shells; 8. his legs like an antelope’s; 9. standing, he can touch his knees without bending; 10. his privacies are within a sheath; 11. he is…
…result of questions put by an anāgami Brahma, his erstwhile colleague, to Kumāra-kassapa, while he was in Andhavana.
…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…
…He attained Awakening and many psychic powers, especially the ability to create manifold replicas of himself.
It is said Vin.iv.54f. that…
…was just a wealthy nobleman, and he is mentioned merely as having granted a pension to a Brahmin. MN.ii.163 The people of Aṅga and Māgadha…
An eminent upāsikā mentioned in a list. AN.iv.347
…occasions.Vin.i.312 SN.i.195 AN.iv.59 AN.iv.168 AN.v.151 Vin.i.3121 Sāriputta AN.iv.59 and Vaṅgīsa SN.i.195 are also said to have stayed there….
…in the Aṅguttara Nikāya.AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 AN.iv.256 AN.iv.260 It does not, however; occur in the list of twelve countries given in the…
…The Aṅguttara Nikāya AN.iv.259 AN.iv.347 records a visit paid by her to the Buddha at Jetavana. The Buddha then preached to her on the…
An eminent laywoman, follower of the Buddha. AN.iv.347
…that he disparaged all penance and reviled ascetics. Their conversation is recorded in the Kassapa-Sīhanāda Sutta. DN.i.161ff. After the…
…on the Dhamma. The questions and answers are given in the Cūḷavedalla Sutta. MN.i.299ff. Visākha reported this interview to the Buddha, who…
…ran dry, leaving a bed of sand. AN.iv.101 It flowed through Kosala, and at Sāvatthī an udumbara grove grew on its banks; it, could be seen from…
…the woodlands near by, such as the Gosiṅgasālavana. AN.v.133f.
…to make war on the Vajjians and to find out what prediction the Buddha would make regarding his chances of victory. The Buddha informed the…
…they cursed the more comely and handsome grew Asita. Feeling that their austerities were evidently fruitless, they questioned Asita who urged them…
…to ask whether Khemaka was an arahant. “No,” came the answer, and Dāsaka had to visit him a fourth time with the inquiry, What did Khemaka…
…as the paragon among lay-women disciples. AN.i.88 AN.ii.164 AN.iv.368 SN.ii.236
…Anuruddha, dwelling with him and Nandiya, now in this wood or park, now in that. The Buddha visited them at Pacina-vamsadāya when he was going…
…into the Buddha’s body and gave him a handful of lotuses to smell. Jīvaka was away when the purgative acted, and suddenly remembered that he…
…joined the Order and became an arahant.
The Therīgāthā, Thig.400–447 which contains forty-seven verses ascribed to her, describes not only…
…a previous life. DN.ii.232–251 He is twice mentioned in the Aṅguttara Nikāya AN.iii.372 AN.iv.135 in a list of ancient teachers with very…
…of the eighth day he became an arahant. Later, the Buddha declared him to be foremost in good health. AN.i.25
He espoused the virtue of an ascetic…
…followers and, after death, were born in the Brahma-world. AN.iii.371 AN.iii.373 AN.iv.135
…them. She and Thullanandā were both famous as preachers, and the latter, being jealous of Bhaddā, went out of her way to insult her….
…and Nakulamātā. AN.ii.61 AN.iii.295 SN.iii.1 SN.iv.116
Once, when the Buddha was at Bhesakalāvana, he saw, with his divine eye,…
…into which the earth is divided. According to the Aṅguttara Nikāya, AN.i.227 AN.v.59 each cakkavāla (world-system) has an…
A teacher of old, with a following of many hundred disciples to whom he taught the way to union with Brahmā. AN.iii.371 AN.ii.373 AN.iv.135
…Sudassana; in that of the Sonananda, Brahmavaddhana; in that of the Khandahāla, Pupphavatī; in that of the Yuvañjaya, Rammanagara J.iv.119f; and…
…Virūpakkha of the West, and Vessarana of the North. DN.ii.207f. DN.iii.194f. They keep large retinues consisting, respectively, of…
An attendant of King Eḷeyya and a follower of Uddaka Rāmaputta. AN.ii.180
…where lived Dīghajāṇu; AN.iv.281 and Haliddavasana, residence of the ascetics Puṇṇa Koliyaputta and Seniya. MN.i.387 SN.v.115
…Nikāya AN.iii.30f. AN.iii.341 AN.iv.340ff. it would appear that the Buddha was not left to enjoy the solitude which he desired, for we…
…between him and the Buddha, and Ānanda, Godha, and Lomasavaṅgīsa. Once when the Buddha arrived at Kapilavatthu he asked Mahānāma to find him…
…who ended by joining the Order, later becoming an arahant. MN.i.502ff.
…only abandon the five hindrances; arahants have completely destroyed them from the root. The interview took place in the Nigrodhārāma at…
A primeval king. He is considered as an example of one whose desires could never be satisfied. AN.ii.17 Thig.488
…Some of them sought out Migalandika and asked him to cut off their heads. This he did with a sword, but on his way to the River Vaggamudā, to wash…
…the list, its capital being Dantapura and its king Sattabhū. DN.ii.235f.
It is not, however, included in the list of sixteen Janapadas appearing…
An epithet of Cittagahapati, because he lived in Macchikāslānda. AN.i.26
…of the city was Makuṭabandhana, the shrine of the Mallas, and there the body was cremated. For seven days those assembled at the ceremony held…
…When Upaka, the ājīvika, saw the Buddha, and heard of his attainments, Anantajina was one of the names he used in uttering the Buddha’s…
One of the five great rivers of India, all of which have a common origin Vin.ii.237 AN.iv.101 AN.v.22 SN.ii.135 SN.v.38
…Tissa Metteyya Sutta. His personal name, too, was Tissa, but he was better known by his clan name of Metteyya. In a verse in the Suttanipāta…
…at the Ghositirāma and announced to him that in a trice they could assume any colour they desired, produce any sound, and obtain any…
One of the seven great lakes of the Himālaya. AN.iv.101
A royal clan of Nāgas. Vin.ii.110 AN.ii.72
…monk of the Sakiyan clan whose Theragāthā verse speaks of how he became a monk after being inspired by the teaching of the…
…others beautiful, some rich, and others poor. And the Buddha explained to her the reasons for these discrepancies.
In the Piyajātika Sutta….
…very eminent Elder and was, therefore, evidently an arahant.
A Thera, an eminent teacher of the Vinaya. Vin.v.3
…to the Buddha at Bhesakalāvana and made a similar declaration. When, therefore, Bodhi acknowledged the Buddha as his teacher, at the conclusion of…
An example of a low family name. Vin.iv.6 Vin.iv.13
…Jetavana and tells him that an arahant has to work hard for nothing. The Buddha points out to him that there is nothing left for an arahant to do….
…mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.69
One of the sixteen Great Nations.AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 One of the teeth of the…
…until, at last, he became an arahant. His followers imitated him in every step of his spiritual advancement, and they, too, became arahants.