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chabbaggiyā →


…Punabbasu, Panduka, Lohitaka, Mettiya and Bhummaja hence their name.

There were also nuns in their following, who likewise violated the…

thullanandā →


A nun, one of four sisters who all joined the Order, the others being Nandā, Nandavatī and Sundarinandā.

Thulla-Nandā appears to have had charge of a large company of nuns, all of whom followed her …

udāyī →



There were at least two monks called Udāyī, and it is not always possible to be sure which one is meant….

sāketa →


…Pasenadi went from the capital to Sāketa, he spent a night in Toraṇavatthu, where be visited Khemā Therī who lived there. Between Sāketa…

nigrodhārāma →



A grove near Kapilavatthu, where a residence was provided for the Buddha. Vin.i.82 There Mahāpajāpati Gotamī first asked permission for women to enter the Order. This was ref …

aciravatī →


A river, the modern Rāpti in Uttar Pradesh; one of the pañca-mahānadī, Vin.ii.237 the five great rivers flowing from the Himālaya eastwards (pācīnaninnā) SN.v.39 into the sea. During the hot seas …

devadatta →


…they should accept no invitations to meals, but live entirely on alms obtained by begging, 3. that they should wear only robes made of discarded…

channa →



A Wanderer, classed among those who wore clothes. He is only mentioned once, in the Aṅguttara Nikāya, AN.iii.215 where we are told that he visited Ānanda at Sāvatthī and asked him …

caṇḍakālī →


A nun, well known for her quarrelsome propensities. She was a friend of Thullanandā, during whose absence the other nuns once expelled Caṇḍakālī from their midst. This act was greatly resented by Thul …

kosambī →


The capital of the Vatsas or Vaṃsas. In the time of the Buddha its king was Parantapa, and after him reigned his son Udena. Kosambī was evidently…

gijjhakūṭa →


…and to have seen many inhabitants of Rājagaha reborn in Gijjhakūṭa as petas. SN.ii.254 Vin.iii.104 AN.iv.75

The Mettiya-bhummajakas…

aggāḷave cetiye →


…because of his tutor’s solitary habits, SN.i.185–186 and later, again, through pride in his own powers of improvisation (paṭibhāna)….

bhaddiya →



An anāgāmī, one of seven persons who became arahants as soon as they were born in Avihā. SN.i.35 SN.i.60


Chief among monks of aristocratic …

khaṇḍadeviyāputta →


A monk, one of the associates of Devadatta, mentioned with Kokālika, Katamoraka Tissa and Samuddadatta. They helped Devadatta in his attempt to cause a rift in the Saṅgha.Vin.ii.196 Vin.iii.171 Khaṇḍa …

dabbamallaputta →


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 to travelling monks and of directing them to meals. He …

bhagu →



A famous sage of old. Vin.i.245 DN.i.104 DN.i.238 DN.i.243 MN.ii.169 MN.ii.200 AN.iii.224 AN.iv.61


He was born in a Sākiyan family, and having left the world wit …

mettiyabhummajakā →


…to receive his hospitality, he was much displeased, and ordered his female slave to look after them. The monks were greatly annoyed, and…

bhaddā →



Wife of King Muṇḍa. At her death the king placed her body in a vessel of oil and mourned for her until his friend Piyaka took him to Nārada Thera at the Kukkuṭārāma, and there made …

andhakavinda →


…heaven would be his inheritance Vin.i.222f. (This was the occasion for the rule that monks who have been invited to a meal in one place should…

avanti →


…least for some time, the capital of Avanti. It is quite likely that ancient Avanti was divided into two parts, the northern part having its capital…

isipatana →


…Sāriputta and Mahākoṭṭhita, SN.ii.112f. SN.iii.167f. SN.iv.162f. SN.384ff. and one between Mahākoṭṭhita and…

assajipunabbasukā →


The followers of Assaji and Punabbasu. They lived in Kīṭāgiri, between Sāvatthī and Ālavi, and were guilty of various evil practices. They used to grow flowers, make wreaths and garlands, and send the …

bhaggā →


…tribe and a country, the capital of which was Suṃsumāragiri. The Bhagga country lay between Vesāli and Sāvatthī.

The Buddha went there…

ariṭṭha →



A monk. He had been subjected by the Saṅgha to the ukkhepanīyakamma for refusal to renounce a sinful doctrine, namely, that the states of mind declared by the Buddha to be stumb …

bimbisāra →


…of monks accepted the hospitality of Bimbisāra. At the conclusion of the meal, Bimbisāra poured water from a golden jar on the Buddha’s hand…

campā →


…the same name; it was the capital of Aṅga and was celebrated for its beautiful lake, the Gaggarā-pokkharaṇī. On its banks was a grove of…

andhavana →


…Soma, Kisāgotamī, Vijayā, Uppalavaṇṇā, Cālā, Upacālā, Sisūpacālā, Selā, Vajirā. Snp5

Once when Anuruddha was staying…

dhanitthaka →


An example of a low family name. Vin.iv.6 Vin.iv.13

anāthapiṇḍika →


…walking up and down, meditating in the cool air of the early dawn. The Buddha greeted him and talked to him on various aspects of his teaching….

giraggasamajjā →


A festival held from time to time in Rājagaha. According to the Vinaya accounts Vin.ii.107f. Vin.ii.150 Vin.iv.85 Vin.iv.267 there were dancing, singing and music.

jīvaka →



A celebrated physician, and the Buddha’s doctor. The Vinaya contains many stories of his skill in healing. Vin.i.268–281 Once when the Buddha was ill, Jīvaka found it necessa …

sāvatthī →


The capital city of Kosala in India and one of the six great Indian cities during the lifetime of the Buddha. DN.ii.147 It was six leagues from…

savitthaka →


An example of a low family name. Vin.iv.8 Vin.iv.13

rājagaha →


A city, the capital of Māgadha.

The place was called Giribbaja (mountain stronghold) because it was surrounded by five hills—Paṇḍava,…

pilindavaccha →


…for the provision of suitable remedies. Vin.i.204f.

Once Bimbisāra found Pilinda, clearing a cave in order to provide a cell for himself….

mahāmoggallāna →


…Candana, Suyāma, Santusita, Sunimitta and Vasavatti SN.iv.269–280 He was also consulted by those, such as Vacchagotta, SN.iv.391ff. and…

kāsi →


…Nations, AN.i.213 its capital being Bārāṇasī.

At the time of the Buddha, it had been absorbed into the kingdom of Kosala, and Pasenadi was…

maddakucchi →


A park near Rājagaha, at the foot of Gijjhakūṭa. It was a preserve where deer and game could dwell in safety. When Devadatta, wishing to kill the Buddha, hurled a rock down Gijjhakūṭa, it was stopped …

kokālika →



A monk, one 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 allowed himself to be pers …

kaṇṭaka →


Kaṇṭaka Kaṇḍaka

A novice ordained by Upananda. Kaṇṭaka committed an offence with another novice, Mahaka. When this became known, a rule was passed that no monk should ordain two novices Vin.i.79 ; th …

katamorakatissa →



One of the monks whom Devadatta incited to join him in stirring up discord among the Saṅgha, the others being Kokālika, Khaṇḍadevīputta and Samuddadatta Vin.ii.196 Vi …

jātiyāvana →


A grove near Bhaddiya. The Buddha, when once staying there, laid down a rule about the use of slippers by monks. Vin.i.189f. There the banker Meṇḍaka visited him and provided meals for him and the m …

māgadha →


…Pāṭaliputta became the capital. By the time of Bimbisāra, Aṅga, too, formed a part of Māgadha, and he was known as king of Aṅga Māgadha….

sītavana →


…practise asceticism. AN.iii.374

Sambhūta Thera so loved the Sītavana that he came to be called “Sitavaniya.

Ekavihāriya is also mentioned…

sīveyyaka →


The cloth produced in the Sivi country. Vin.i.278 Pajjota gave a pair of robes of this material to Jīvaka, as a present for his cure. These robes Jīvaka gave to the Buddha. Vin.i.280

paṭiyāloka →



A place near Rājagaha. Vin.iv.79 Vin.iv.131

near Rājagaha3town

susumāragiri →


…which it was probably the capital. Near the city was the Bhesakalāvana where the Buddha stayed.

During his visits there he preached the Anumāna…

ajapālanigrodha →


A banyan tree in Uruvelā, on the banks of the Nerañjara, near the Bodhi tree. A week after the Enlightenment the Buddha went there and spent a week cross-legged at the foot of the tree. There he met …

samuddadatta →


A monk whom Devadatta persuaded to join him in trying to bring about schism in the Order.Vin.ii.196 Vin.iii.171 He was a favourite of Thullanandā. Vin.iv.66

assaji →


…his round. Finding a suitable opportunity, Sāriputta asked Assaji about his teacher and the doctrines he followed. Assaji was at first…

dakkhiṇāgiri →


A region in India. It contained the city of Vedisa. Dakkhiṇāgiri lay to the south-west of Rājagaha, beyond the hills that surrounded the city—hence its name. In the district was the brahmin village o …

dakkhiṇāpatha →


…that Bāvarī had his hermitage in Dakkhiṇāpatha territory, midway between the kingdoms of Assaka and Alaka. Snp.976 Elsewhere the name is…

soreyya →


A town where Soreyya-Revata lived. Vin.ii.299 There was a direct route from Verañja to Payāgatiṭṭha, passing through Soreyya, Saṅkassa and Kaṇṇakuja. Vin.iii.11


kīṭāgiri →


A village of the Kāsis, on the road from Kāsi to Sāvatthī. It was the headquarters of the followers of Assaji and Punabbasu, who lived there, behaving in a shameless and wicked manner. A certain monk, …

belaṭṭhasīsa →


An arahant, preceptor of Ānanda. He was once afflicted with scurvy and his robes clung to him. The monks thereupon applied water to the robes, but when the Buddha heard of it he made a rule allowing n …

kapilavatthu →


…spend the night in the hermitage of Bharaṇḍu, the Kālāman. AN.i.276f. On another occasion we hear of the Buddha convalescing at…

bārānasī →


…the time when it was the capital of an independent kingdom, is often stated E.g., J.iv.377;; MA.ii.608 to have been twelve leagues. The…

rāhulamātā →


…go and ask him for your inheritance.“ Rāhula followed the Buddha, and, at the Buddha’s request, was ordained by Sāriputta. Vin.i.82 This is…

rāhula →


…Buddha to ask for his inheritance. The Buddha gave him no answer, and, at the conclusion of the meal, left the palace. Rāhula followed him,…

sattapaṇṇiguhā →


A cave in Rājagaha, on the slope of Mount Vebhāra. Once, when the Buddha was staying there, he gave to Ānanda the opportunity of asking him to live for an eon, but Ānanda, because of his un-mindfulne …

sañjaya →



A monk whose Theragāthā verse says that since going forth he has not had any hate. Thag.48


In the Kaṇṇakatthala Sutta Viḍūḍabha tells the Buddha that it was …

kaṇṇakujja →



A district in India. it is mentioned in a list of places passed by the Buddha on his way from Verañja to Bārāṇasī, across the Ganges, the route passing through Verañ …

pātaligāma →


…Pātaliputtta became the capital is uncertain. Hiouen Thsang seems to record (Beal: Records ii.85, n. 11) that it was Kālāsoka who moved the seat…

ambapālī →


…The Buddha accepted this invitation and had, as a result, to refuse that of the Licchavis of Vesāli.

While returning from her visit to the…

pāveyyakā →


…name given to the inhabitants of Pāvā—e.g., Pāveyyakā Mallā. DN.ii.165

Pāvā was evidently a centre of Buddhist activity even during…

pātimokkha →


…of interrupting the recital seems to have been changed later Vin.ii.240ff. even though the old formula, asking the members to speak,…

sambhūta →


…uttered by Sambhūta, which speak of going about one’s affairs in the suitable manner, is included in the Theragāthā. Thag.291–294

rojā →


…the monks should accept hospitality only from him. This request was refused by the Buddha, who said that Rojā must take his turn with others in…

nandā →



A nun, sister of Thullanandā. Her other two sisters were Nandavatī and Sundarinandā. Vin.iv.211 Vin.iv.259


Declared by the Buddha AN.i.25 to be foremost among nu …

mahākassapa →


…desirability of holding a Recital of the Buddha’s teachings. The five hundred who were selected met in Council under the presidency of Kassapa and…

licchavī →


…relics. DN.ii.165

Their capital was Vesāli, and they formed a part of the Vajjian confederacy, being often referred to as the Vajjīs. They were…

mahānāma →


…spend the night in the hermitage of Bharaṇḍu Kālāma. SN.v.327f. This he did, and was joined there the next morning by Mahānāma; as a…

mahāpajāpatī →


…gave her a subject for meditation. With this topic she developed insight and soon after won arahantship, while her five hundred companions…