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chabbaggiyā →


…six leaders were Assaji, Punabbasu, Panduka, Lohitaka, Mettiya and Bhummaja hence their name.

There were also nuns in their following, who…

thullanandā →


…Nandavatī and Sundarinandā.

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

upananda →


…He was present at the conversation, recorded in the Gopaka-Moggallāna Sutta, between Ānanda and Vassakāra. MN.iii.13

udāyī →


…his sarcastic remark to Ānanda, that Ānanda had failed to benefit by his close association with the Master. The Buddha assures him that Ānanda…

veḷuvana →


…bamboo grove in Kajaṅgalā, where the Buddha once stayed. The upāsakas of…

sāketa →


…Near Sāketa was the Añjanavana, where the Buddha sometimes stayed during his visits to Sāketa and where he had several discussions e.g., with…

upāli →


…questions relative to the Vinaya, in the same way as Ānanda decided questions regarding the Dhamma. Vin.ii.286f.

In accordance with this…

nigrodhārāma →


…grove in Rājagaha. The Buddha says that there he once gave Ānanda the chance of asking him to live for a…

aciravatī →


…seen from the terrace of Pasenadi’s palace. Vin.iv.111–112 To the south of it was Manasākaṭa, and on its southern bank was a mango grove…

devadatta →


…let loose a fierce elephant, Nalāgiri (or Dhanapāla), drunk with toddy, on to the road by which the Buddha would pass. The news spread rapidly,…

channa →


…to Ānanda. DN.ii.154 When Ānanda visited Channa at the Ghositārāma and pronounced on him the penalty, even his proud and independent spirit was…

caṇḍakālī →


…greatly resented by Thullanandā and Caṇḍakālī was readmitted. Vin.iv.230

She is several times mentioned as starting quarrels with other…

kosambī →


…Udena’s park, the Udakavana, where Ānanda and Piṇḍola-Bhāradvāja preached to the women of Udena’s palace on two different occasions….

gijjhakūṭa →


…SN.ii.155 Cunda, and Channa. SN.iv.55

Channa fell ill there, and ultimately committed suicide. Another monk is mentioned as having thrown…

aggāḷave cetiye →


…years of Vaṅgīsa’s novitiate he stayed at the shrine with his preceptor, and disaffection arose within him twice, once because of women, the…

vesāli →


…the town was the Mahāvana, a large, natural forest. Near by were other forests, such as Gosiṅgalasāla. AN.v.134

Among important suttas…

bhaddiya →


…rainy season after his ordination.


A city in the Aṅga kingdom. The Buddha visited there several times and stayed…

khaṇḍadeviyāputta →


…him Vin.iii.174 and was held in great esteem by Thullanandā. Vin.iii.66 Vin.iv.335

andhakavinda →


…that monks who have been invited to a meal in one place should not accept milk-rice somewhere else earlier in the same day.) It was on the way…

mettiyabhummajakā →


…therefore, persuaded a nun named Mettiyā to go to the Buddha and accuse Dabba of having violated her chastity. The charge was investigated and…

bhaddā →


…word to Sāketa asking Thullanandā if she could find her a lodging in Sāvatthī. Nandā agreed to do this, but made things very unpleasant for…

dabbamallaputta →


…died young. The Udāna Ud.viii.9 contains an account of his death. One day, returning from his alms rounds in Rājagaha, he saw that he had…

bhagu →


…in the village of Bākalona. One day, having left his cell in order to drive away his drowsiness, he fell as he was stepping on to the terrace,…

avanti →


…to be found.

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katamorakatissa →


…such as Sāriputta, Moggallāna, Mahā Kaccāna, had also been invited, as they happened to be at Veḷuvana near by, she expressed great…

bhaggā →


…Bhagga country that Moggallāna was attacked by Māra entering into his stomach, MN.i.332 and it was there that he preached the Anumāna Sutta….

kaṇṭaka →


…novice ordained by Upananda. Kaṇṭaka committed an offence with another novice, Mahaka. When this became known, a rule was passed that no…

kokālika →


…desires, he left Jetavana, but boils immediately came out on his body, swelling and bursting. Groaning with pain, he fell down at the gate of…

assajipunabbasukā →


…by Sāriputta, Moggallāna and five hundred others, sent word to the Assaji-Punabbasukas to prepare sleeping places for them. They sent answer…

sāvatthī →


…Near the city was the Andhavana. Between Sāketa and Sāvatthī was Toraṇavatthu. SN.iv.374

The Buddha passed the greater part of his monastic…

kāsi →



The traditional name of the king of Kāsi from time immemorial was evidently Brahmadatta, and references to kings of that name…

visākhā →


…her mother Sumanā.

The Udāna Ud.ii.9 contains a story of a dispute she had with the customs officers regarding the duty they levied on one of her…

ariṭṭha →


…renounce a sinful doctrine, namely, that the states of mind declared by the Buddha to be stumbling-blocks are not such at all for him who indulges…

anāthapiṇḍika →


…personal name was Sudatta, but he was always called Anāthapiṇḍika (feeder of the destitute) because of his munificence;…

maddakucchi →


…there to the Jīvakambavana, where he was treated by Jīvaka. Vin.ii.193f. It is said SN.i.27f. that seven hundred devas of the Satullapa…

andhavana →


bhavanirodha was nibbāna.

The Vammika Sutta MN.i.143ff. was the result of questions put by an anāgami Brahma, his erstwhile colleague,…

mahāmoggallāna →


…start on a journey, Moggallāna and Ānanda went from lodging to lodging to summon the monks that they might hear Sāriputta vindicate himself….

savitthaka →


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

rājagaha →



Many of the Vinaya rules were enacted at Rājagaha. Just before his death, the Buddha paid a last visit there. At that time,…

pilindavaccha →


…to look after the monastery, and granted for their maintenance a village, which came to be called Arāmikagāma or Pilindagāma. One day,…

jīvaka →


…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…