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…Vin.iii.244 Vin.iv.55 Vin.iv.101 Vin.iv.167 Vin.iv.181 Vin.iv.262 Vin.iv.314 Various Sākyans came to see the Buddha at the…
…are called Kāpilavatthavā. SN.iv.182
From Kapilavatthu lay a direct road to Vesālī, Vin.ii.253 and through Kapilavatthu passed the…
…Santusita, Sunimitta and Vasavatti SN.iv.269–280 He was also consulted by those, such as Vacchagotta, SN.iv.391ff. and Vappa, AN.ii.196ff.…
…as reward from the Licchavis, five hundred upper garments, all of which, be, in turn, presented to the Buddha. AN.iii.239f. On one occasion,…
…SN.i.139 SN.v.167f. SN.v.185 SN.v.232 AN.ii.10f.
Sahampati once saw that the brahminee, mother of Brahmadeva Thera, habitually made…
…seven leagues in extent J.v.57; J.v.484 and there was a road that ran straight from Indapatta to Baranasi J.v.59.
In times past, Indapatta was…
…discourses AN.iii.355 AN.v.41 AN.v.157 given to the monks by Mahā-Cunda while residing at Sahajātī among the Cetis, probably after the…
…also of white. His chariot was considered the finest in all Sāvatthī. SN.v.4f. MN.i.175 MN.ii.208
…Venāgapura, AN.i.180 Veḷudvāra, SN.v.352 Sālā, MN.i.285 MN.i.400 SN.v.227 Sālāvatika,, DN.i.244 and Setavya. DN.ii.316
…Later, they seem to have lived in the Gosiṅgasālavana. MN.i.205 His Theragāthā verse is a warning to the Dark Lord not to attack a…
…The Buddha is mentioned as having several times stayed there during his residence in Pāvārika’s mango grove, and while there he had discussions…
…for this suggestion is, however, very meagre. Nowhere do we find the Sākyans calling themselves brahmins. On the other hand, we find various clans…
…the Buddha paid to him.AN.iv.228 Vin.i.300f. The Janavasabha Sutta DN.ii.200 leads us to infer that the Buddha visited the Ceti country several…
…that he was there, Saṅgārava visited him and questioned him on his views on brahmins. The Buddha said he had great regard for brahmins who had…
…Sutta and the Giñjakāvasatha Sutta, SN.v.356f. which was preached at the same place, the Buddha is represented as having answered…
…Nikāya AN.iii.355 AN.v.41 AN.v.157 Sahajāti is described as a city of the Cetis, and Mahā Cunda is mentioned as having stayed there and…
…some time there, has left a vivid description of it (Buddhist India 262f). It continued to be the capital during the greater part of the Gupta…
A grove near Sāketa. The conversation which took place there between Sāriputta and Moggallāna is recorded…
…the Buddha himself. The Mahāvagga Vin.i.300 mentions the names of several theras who lived there: Nilavāsi, Sānavāsi, Gopaka, Bhagu,…
…him to preach the Dhamma. Vin.i.1ff. Snp.425ff. SN.i.103f. SN.i.122 SN.i.136ff. SN.v.167 SN.v.185 SN.v.232 Ud.i.1–4 Ud.ii.1 Ud.iii.10…
…papātā SN.iii.9 AN.v.46 Ud.v.6 Vin.i.194 and in a hut in Makkarakata forest. SN.iv.116
Mention is also made of his staying at Vāraṇā on the…
…Vin.i.270 Vin.iii.212 Vin.iv.63 Vin.iv.120 to the dangers of the journey when undertaken on foot. The road was infested with robbers, and the…
…on the banks of which lived various Paribbājakas, including Sarabha, AN.i.185 AN.ii.29 AN.ii.176 and the Paribbājakārāma of Udumbarika the…
…to die at once. DN.ii.112 Several other conversations held here with Māra are recorded in the Saṃyutta. SN.i.103f.
Here, also, the Buddha…
…between Anuruddha and Sāriputta during a stay in Ambapālivana. SN.v.301
…Anuruddha Saṃyutta SN.v.294 gives an account of a series of questions asked by Moggallāna on the satipaṭṭhāna, their extent, etc….
…One and confirmed his view.SN.v.167 SN.v.185 A different version occurs elsewhere, SN.v.232 where the thought which arose in the Buddha’s…
…in the Parivārā Vin.v.180–206 AN.v.70ff.
It is said Vin.iv.142 that even in the Buddha’s lifetime monks considered it a great…
…being Godhika, Subāhu and Valliya. The verses speak of the song of the rain on their well-sealed huts, as their minds delight in meditation….
…are described AN.i.210 SN.v.410 SN.v.423 DN.ii.91 DN.iii.218 as “beings who desire the creation of others, in order to get them into their…
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…there.SN.iii.9ff. SN.iv.115f. AN.v.46f. Mahā Kaccāna’s attendant was, at that time, Soṇa Kuṭikaṇṇa, yet a layman. He later…
…desiring solitude, retired to the Gosiṅgasālavana. AN.v.133f.
…MN.i.462 There were two groves near the village, the Ketakavana and the Palāsavana; in the latter, Sāriputta preached two sermons at the request…