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uposatha, 14 találat.

uposatha →


The name of the Elephant Treasure of the Cakkavatti Mahāsudassana. He was “all white, sevenfold firm (sattappatiṭṭha), wonderful in power, flying through the sky.”. DN.ii.174 MN.iii.173f.

bojjhā →


…to the Buddha at Jetavana. The Buddha then preached to her on the uposatha and the advantages of keeping the fast.

cakkavatti →


…or the oldest of the Uposatha-kula. Next the Horse, Assaratana, named Valāhaka, all white with crow black head, and dark mane, able to fly…

devadatta →


…his intention of holding an uposatha meeting without the Buddha, and, having persuaded five hundred newly ordained monks from Vesāli to join him,…

jantu →


…in mind, loose of speech and heedless. He appeared before them on an uposatha day and reminded them of their duties. SN.i.61f.

maddakucchi →


…of monks for the holding of uposatha, he himself being pure. The Buddha read his thoughts, appeared before him, and urged upon him the necessity of…

mahākappina →


…whether he need attend the uposatha ceremonies, since he himself was pure. The Buddha appeared before him, telling him to go. He sent for him and…

makhādeva →


…king who observed the uposatha, together with his people. When a grey hair appeared on his head he went forth to develop the divine…

mittā →


…of how she was formerly attached to the idea of performing rites on the uposatha days aspiring for heavenly rebirth. Thig.31–32

oṭṭhaddha →


…the day they had taken the uposatha-vows. The conversation that took place between Oṭṭhaddha and the Buddha is recorded in the Mahāli Sutta….

pātimokkha →


…respective districts on uposatha days, the fourteenth and fifteenth days of the month. Each section of the rules is recited and, at the end of…

sātāgira →


…to visit the Buddha on an uposatha day. Hemavata then asked the Buddha a series of questions. Snp.176–205

Sātāgira is mentioned in the…

uttarā →


…disciples, who observed the uposatha of the eight precepts.


A little yakkhinī, sister of Punabbasu. For her story see…

visākhā →


…on the keeping of the uposatha, AN.i.205ff. AN.iv.255 the discourse of the eight qualities which win for women power in this world and…