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gotta, 41 találat.

ambaṭṭha →


…came of the Kaṇhāyanā-gotta; thereupon the Buddha traced the family back to its ancestor, who had been the offspring of a slave girl of…

anupiya →


…of the Bhaggavagotta lived. The Buddha visited him once while staying at Anupiya and it was then that he preached the Pātika Sutta….

bahudhīti →


A brahmin of the Bhāradvājagotta who had seven widowed daughters and was much in debt. One day he lost fourteen oxen, and, after searching for them…

bhaggavagotta →


A clothed Wanderer who lived in a pleasance near Anupiya.

He was a friend of Sunakkhatta. The Buddha once visited him, and their conversation is recorded in the Pātika Sutta. DN.iii.1ff.

bhāradvāja →


…Vin.iv.6 the Bhāradvājagotta is mentioned together with the Kosiya as a low clan.


A brahmin of the Bhāradvāja…

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

bāvarī →


…that time he was one hundred and twenty years old. Bāvarī was the name of his gotta. He bore on his body three of the marks of a Great Being….

disā →


A slave-woman of Okkāka. She was the mother of Kaṇha, ancestor of the Kaṇhāyanā-gotta. DN.i.93

ekapuṇḍarīka →


…went there to see Vacchagotta, and it was on this occasion that the Tevijja-Vacchagotta Sutta was preached….

gagga →


…Gagga may have been a gotta-name. Thus when, after his ordination, Aṅgulimāla is introduced to Pasenadi, the latter addresses him as…

gijjhakūṭa →


…Sajjha, AN.iv.371 the Kassapagotta monk, AN.i.237 Pañcasikha, SN.iv.103 DN.ii.220 Sutavā, AN.iv.369 the four kings of the Cātummahārājika world…

giñjakāvasatha →


…Elder 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…

gotama →


…he belonged to the Gotama-gotta. At age 29 he departed from his home to seek Awakening. Six years later he realized this goal. He spent the…

jaṭābhāradvāja →


A brahmin of the Bhāradvājagotta. He goes to the Buddha and asks him the questions given in the Jaṭā Sutta. The Buddha gives the same answer….

kaccāna →


…monk named Kaccānagotta is mentioned in the Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.ii.18ff. as visiting the Buddha at Sāvatthī and questioning him on…

kammāsadhamma →


…brahmin of the Bhāradvāja-gotta, where a grass mat was spread for him by the brahmin. It was on this occasion, according to the Māgaṇḍiya…

kassapa →


…was evidently a well-known gotta name and people born in a family bearing that name were often addressed as Kassapa—e.g., Uruvelā-Kassapa or…

kassapagotta →


…their welcome, Kassapagotta grew tired of looking after them and was blamed by them for his neglect. He therefore went to Campā, where he…

kaṇha →


…ancestor of the Kaṇhāyanagotta. DN.i.93 Later he went into the Dekkhan and, having learnt mystic verses, became a mighty seer. Coming back to…

kaṇṇakujja →


…district in India. it is mentioned in a list of places passed by the Buddha on his way from Verañja to…

kosiya →


…given as one of the lower gottas, Vin.iv.8 but it is also Sakka’s gotta, and is therefore generally regarded as a high one. Thag.415

The name…

koṇḍañña →


The name of a clan (gotta). It was evidently common to both brahmans and khattiyas, for we find the brahman Aññāta-Koṇḍañña belonging…

kāpathika →


…perhaps because he belonged to that gotta.

mahāmoggallāna →


…by those, such as Vacchagotta, SN.iv.391ff. and Vappa, AN.ii.196ff. eager to learn from him the teachings of the Buddha. The Buddha placed…

māgaṇḍiya →


…of the brahmin Bhāradvājaggotta at Kammāsadamma and Māgaṇḍiya came to the hut. Seeing the grass mat on which the Buddha slept at night, he…

paribbājakā →


…do Timbaruka, SN.ii.22 Vacchagotta, SN.iii.257 and Sivaka Moliya. SN.iv.230 Potaliputta calls on Samiddhi, MN.iii.207 Susīma on Ānanda, SN.ii.119…

paṅkadhā →



paṇḍara →


…name of a clan. An ascetic of this clan, hearing Phussa Thera preach, asked him a question which led to a…

phussa →


A monk whose Theragāthā verses depict the ascetic Paṇḍarassagotta questioning him on the future decline of Bhikkhus. Thag.949–980

pūraṇa kassapa →


…to Makkhali Gosāla.

His gotta name was Kassapa. He had a following of five hundred, among whom was the devaputta Asama. SN.i.65 He was…

sākya →


…and judicial affairs of the gotta were discussed in their Santhāgāra, or Mote Hall, at Kapilavatthu. See, e.g., D.i.91 the Sākyans had a similar…

thūlū →


…name of a gotta. The village of Uttarakā belonged to them, and when the Buddha was staying there with Sunakkhatta, the latter…

vacchagotta →


…Vacchagotta-, Aggi Vacchagotta-, Mahā Vacchagotta-, Vaccha—and Vacchagotta-Suttas. The Saṃyutta Nikāya contains a whole section on…

vanavaccha →



There is a separate verse also ascribed to a Vacchagotta on the same theme. Thag.113

verahaccāni →


…mentions a lady of the gotta living in Kāmandā, who was evidently a teacher. A pupil of hers, having visited Udāyi, then staying in the…

vesāli →


…Saccaka, Tevijja, Vacchagotta, Sunakkhatta and Ratana.

One hundred years after the Buddha’s death Vesāli was again the scene of interest…

vipassī →


…to the Koṇḍañña gotta. He preached his first sermon in Khemamigadāya to his step brother Khandha and his purohita’s son Tissa; these…

vāseṭṭha →


…Pāvā. DN.iii.209 It was a gotta held in esteem. Vin.iv.8


A young brahmin who, with his friend Bhāradvāja, visited…

ādicca →


Another name for Suriya, the Sun. DN.iii.196

Ādicca was also the gotta name of the Sākyans who were called the Ādiccā. Snp.423

ājīvakā →


…stated in the Tevijja Vacchagotta Sutta MN.i.483 that far from any Ājīvaka having put an end to sorrow, the Buddha could recall only one…

ākāsagotta →


A physician of Rājagaha who lanced the fistula of a monk. Meeting the Buddha, he told him of the lancing, trying to make fun of it. The Buddha, having made inquiries, declared the performance of such …