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In the Vinaya, Vin.i.269 Abhaya is mentioned as having discovered Jīvaka Komārabhacca lying on a dung-heap (cast there by…
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…was the scene of several Vinaya rules, e.g. against monks digging the ground Vin.iv.32 and cutting trees, Vin.iv.34 using unfiltered water for…
…with only four monks and a Vinayadhara. 2. Monks are allowed the use of shoes with thick linings (because in Avanti the soil is black on the…
…It89 which recurs in the Vinaya, Vin.ii.203 and there it is specifically called a niraya.
In the Dīgha passage mentioned above, the reference…
…Vin.iv.268 Vin.iv.269 in the Vinaya rules in connection with her pupils who were found guilty of transgressing them. She and Thullanandā were both…
In a Vinaya passage Vin.iv.6 the Bhāradvājagotta is mentioned together with the Kosiya as a low…
…of the Mahā Vagga of the Vinaya Piṭaka Vin.i.312ff. Vin.ii.307 contains several important regulations laid down by the Buddha at Campā…
…as being guilty of various Vinaya offences. Vin.i.84f. Vin.i.104 Vin.i.106 Vin.i.111 Vin.i.113 Vin.i.114 Vin.i.138 Vin.i.160 Vin.i.170 Vin.i.185…
A Thera, an eminent teacher of the Vinaya. Vin.v.3
…In one passage in the Vinaya, Vin.ii.189 Devadatta is spoken of as Godhiputta, the son of Godhi.
When the Buddha visited Kapilavatthu after…
…not sorrow. Thag.68
The verse attributed above to Ekuddāniya, occurs in the Vinaya Vin.iv.54 as having been constantly used by Cūḷapanthaka.
…dancing, singing and…
A bhikkhunī mentioned in the Therīgāthā verses of Isidāsi, who describes Jinadattā as a learned and virtuous expert in the Vinaya. Thig.427
…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…
…the country, and many of the Vinaya rules were formulated in Kosala.
Kosala is often mentioned in combination with Kāsi in the compound…
…being himself learned in the Vinaya, argued his case and pleaded that the charge be dismissed. The rules were complicated; on the one hand, the monk…
…MN.ii.111 The Vinaya, Vin.i.28l however, mentions a Kāsika-rājā who sent a robe to Jīvaka. Even at this time, however, the…
According to the Vinaya, Vin.ii.15f. they were accompanied by Mahākaccāna, Mahākoṭṭhita, Mahākappina, Mahācunda, Anuruddha,…
…the monks. AN.i.25 The Vinaya Vin.i.105 records that when Kappina was in the Deer Park at Maddakucchi he wondered whether he need attend the…
…recited the Dhamma and the Vinaya.
The books contain numerous references to Mahā Kassapa—he is classed with Moggallāna, Kappina, and…
…other occasions, and several Vinaya rules are mentioned as being first promulgated there.Vin.iii.235 Vin.iii.244 Vin.iv.55 Vin.iv.101 Vin.iv.167…
…human form at will. The Vinaya Vin.ii.109 contains a list of four royal families of Nāgas (Ahirājakulāni): Virūpakkha, Erāpatha,…
…Setakaṇṇikā; in the west, Thūṇa; and in the north, Usīraddhaja mountain. Vin.i.197
The Vinaya rules were relaxed in the case of those…
…She was declared by the Buddha to be the best among bhikkhunīs who knew the Vinaya. AN.i.25 She was several times referred to by other nuns…
The Vinaya Pītaka mentions that on several different occasions Pilinda suffered from various ailments and the Buddha had…
…of the senses.
In the Vinaya Vin.ii.110f. we find the Buddha rebuking Piṇḍola for performing a cheap miracle. The banker of Rājagaha…
An eminent teacher of the Vinaya. Vin.v.3
…of Pāveyyakā monks in the Vinaya. Vin.i.253 During the time of the Vajjiputta heresy, it was the Pāveyyakā who upheld the true doctrine, their…
The Vinaya Vin.iii.148 contains a stanza quoted by the Buddha, in which Raṭṭhapāla’s father enquires of his son why…
…for training. AN.i.24 The Vinaya Vin.iii.16 gives a story illustrating Rāhula’s extreme conscientiousness in the observance of rules. He…
Many of the Vinaya rules were enacted at Rājagaha. Just before his death, the Buddha paid a last visit there. At that time,…
…that he knew the Dhamma and Vinaya of the Sakyaputta monks, and that was why he had left their Order. The Buddha, being told of this, visited the…
…was found guilty of various Vinaya offences, and was therefore subjected to the Nissayakamma. Udāyī (Lāludāyi) was his friend and his evil…
…relaxation of sive points of Vinaya for those living in border regions, principal among which was to allow ordination with a few as five monks in…
Several Vinaya rules were passed during the Buddha’s stay at Suṃsumāragiri. Vin.ii.127 Vin.iv.115f.…
A city in India, mentioned in the Vinaya Vin.iii.67 as the residence of Daḷhika.
…Benares. DN.ii.146 In the Vinaya Vin.i.253 however, the distance between āvatthī and Sāketa is given as six leagues. The town lay on the…
The capital of Gandhāra. The Vinaya describes it as the place of education of Jīvaka, the Buddha’s doctor. Vin.i.269f.
…collective term, comprehending the Bhikkhu-vibhaṅga and the Bhikkhunī-vibhaṅga of the Vinaya Pītaka. Sometimes the word seems to be used as…
…monk who is mentioned in the Vinaya as having been guilty of numerous Sanghādisesa offences. Vin.iii.110f. Vin.iii.119f. Vin.iii.127f.…
…him are mentioned in the Vinaya. Once he promised to spend the rainy season with Pasenadi Kosala, but on his way there he saw two lodgings where…
…seven years, learning the Vinaya. Vin.ii.261
The Buddha declares that Khemā and Uppalavaṇṇā are the measure of his women disciples, and…
…on matters pertaining to the Vinaya rules is found in the chapter called Upāli-Pañcaka in the Parivārā Vin.v.180–206 AN.v.70ff.
It is said…
…the introduction to the Vinaya. Vin.iii.1–11 The interview with Verañja is given in the Aṅguttara. AN.iv.172ff.
A road led from…
…they were several. Various Vinaya rules are mentioned as having been laid down at Vesāli. Vin.i.238 Vin.i.287f. Vin.ii.118 Vin.ii.119–127
…in Veḷuvana. There many Vinaya rules were passed—e.g., on the keeping of the vassa, Vin.i.137 the use of food cooked in the monastery,…
…the Yakkhas were non-humans spirits or aboriginal tribespeople. In the Vinaya, intercourse with yakkhas is forbidden. Vin.iii.37 Vin.iv.20
…Then the recital of the Vinaya was held in which seven hundred monks participated; this recital was called the Sattasatī….
The Vinaya relates Vin.i.239 how once, when Yasoja was ill, drugs were brought for his use, but as the Buddha had forbidden…
…several times in the Vinaya Vin.ii.172ff. Vin.iii.85 Vin.iv.34–35 in connection with offences relating to repairing and reconstruction…