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…had married a sister of Pasenadi, and when he was killed she died of grief.
The revenue of a Kāsī village had been given to her by her father,…
A lay disciple of Ñātika who died and was reborn in the Suddhāvāsa, there to attain Nibbāna. SN.v.358 DN.ii.92
…the Buddha died and the monks stood weeping, Subhadda asked them to rejoice instead, saying— “We are well rid of the Great…
A Sākyan. When he died the Buddha declared that he was a sotāpanna, bound for enlightenment. But many of the Sākyans spoke…
…forth as disciples of Sañjaya. After some time, Sāriputta, wandering about in Rājagaha, met Assaji, was converted by him to the faith of the…
…SN.i.89–91 we find Pasenadi, King of Kosala, visiting the Buddha at noonday and telling him that he had just finished having the banker’s…
A monk whose verse concerning the bewildering effects of beautiful sights is in the Theragāthā….
…the son of the Sākyan Amitodana and brother of Mahānāma. When members of other Sākyan families had joined the Order of their distinguished…
A city near the Himalaya, capital of the Sākiyan republic. The administration and judicial business of the city and all other matters of importance…
King of Kosala and contemporary of the Buddha. Quite early in the Buddha’s ministry, Pasenadi became his follower and close friend,…
He was the preceptor (upajjhāya) of Vaṅgīsa, and together they lived in Aggālava cetiya, SN.i.185 where Kappa died. When…
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…is found in the Sāmaññaphala Sutta. DN.i.57
Nāṭaputta is stated to have claimed omniscience—to be all-knowing, all seeing, to have all…
…nun, sister of Thullanandā. Her other two sisters were Nandavatī and Sundarinandā. Vin.iv.211 Vin.iv.259
…Buddha, and wife of Suddhodana of the Sakyan clan. DN.ii.52 Thag.534 Thig.162 She died seven days after giving birth to the Buddha in Lumbinī. An…
…great grandson of Ajātasattu and son of Anuruddha. It is probably this same king who is referred to in the Aṅguttara Nikāya….
…of the chief partisans of Devadatta. Knowing the Buddha’s might, he was, at first, reluctant to join in Devadatta’s plot against him, but later…
…at Nādikā. When the Buddha arrived at Nādikā on his last journey, Ānanda asked him what had happened to Kakudha, who was already dead. The…
…going there from Bhogagāma and stopping at Cunda’s mango grove.
Cunda lived in Pāvā and invited the Buddha to a meal, which proved to be…
A river, on the bank of which was the Upavattana Sālavana of the Mallas of Kusināra, where the Buddha died. DN.ii.137
A monk. He was a Sākyan and loved holding discussions with the heretics. When he suffered defeat at their hands, he would…
…was a Sākiyan, son of Suddhodana and of Mahā Māyā, Suddhodana’s chief consort, and he belonged…
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…
…Wheel Turning Monarch (cakkavatti). The Cakkaratana is the Cakkavatti’s chief symbol of office; on its appearance before him, he sprinkles it…
…as having stayed at Beluva after the Buddha’s death. The householder Dasama of Aṭṭhakanāgara sought him there, amid their conversation is…
…Ñātikā in the Giñjakāvasatha, Ānanda mentions to the Buddha that Asoka Thera had died, and asks where he had gone. The Buddha tells him that…
…is mentioned in the Aṅguttara Nikāya AN.iii.379ff. as having been visited during his illness by the Buddha on the suggestion of Ānanda. The…
Generally regarded as the personification of Death, the Evil One, the Tempter. Sometimes known…
…When the Buddha was at the Ajapālanigrodha, hesitating as to whether or not he should preach the Dhamma, Sahampati appeared before him and begged…
…presents. She visited Pasenadi several times, trying to get the matter settled; but he had no time to give to the matter, and, in the end, she…
A mountain cave in the Sītavana, near Rājagaha. DN.ii.116 A conversation which took place there between…