Gatha 3 – buddhaguna () · Gatha 4 – dhammaguna () · Gatha 5 – sanghaguna (sa^) · Gatha 6 – blessing. Dhammapada. Gatha, Sentence Translation, Sentence Structure. Vocabulary&Grammar, Commentary, Pronunciation. List of Abbreviations. yo ca pubbe pamajjitva paccha so. The Dhammapada verses are chanted on these tracks by Most Venerable Nauyane Ariyadhamma Maha Swaminwahanse and the Sinhala.
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Let him not despise what he has received, nor should he live envying the gains of others. Weeds are the bane of fields, delusion is the bane of mankind. Three months after the Passing Away of the Buddha, the Arahants, who assembled at the First Convocation to rehearse the Teachings of the Buddha, collected some of the poetic utterances of the Buddha, which He expounded on different occasions, arranged and classified the treatise in its present form, naming it the Dhammapada.
Weeds are the bane of fields, lust is the bane of mankind. Then he beheld snihala Buddha outshining them all in glory. The Buddha, perceiving him, projected His image before him.
A jealous woman cruelly punished a maidservant with whom her husband had misconducted himself.
yo ca pubbe pamajjitvaa pacchaa so na+ppamajjati
Then they all came and asked forgiveness sinhqla the devout woman and all became monks. The carts would not stir an inch but instead the thongs and straps broke. The monks took objection to his form of address and mentioned it to the Buddha. When this matter was reported to the Buddha, the monk was advised to train himself to reach his ultimate goal.
In reply the Buddha uttered this verse. As the jasmine creeper sheds its withered flowers, even so, O bhikkhus, should you totally cast off lust and hatred. Special care was taken not to deviate from the traditional commentarial interpretations.
The book comes in an attractive dhammapxda, with an illustration depicting one shammapada the most serene images of the Buddha adorning the cover.
Soon he attained Arahantship. In reply to four questions raised by Sakka King of the gods, the Buddha uttered this verse.
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The Buddha contrived a means to create in her disgust for external beauty. This encompasses both spiritual and worldly situations. Dictionary for 51 language combinations, usable offline. Control, therefore, your own self as a merchant controls a noble steed.
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It offers milk for the babe and meat for the strong. Thereupon He advised the monks to destroy the thongs and straps in their own minds. The story, out of which the slnhala emerged, is also provided. The bhikkhu who has retired to a lonely abode, who has calmed his mind, who perceives the doctrine clearly, experiences a joy transcending that of men.
For the person who is perturbed by evil thoughts, who is exceedingly lustful, who contemplates pleasant things, craving increases more and more. The Buddha replied that He has no teacher. The bhikkhu who envies the gains of others does not attain concentration.
Freed, he runs back into that very bondage. Create a free website or blog at WordPress. Commentary gives a long interpretation.
A poor ploughman dhamampada had for his only dhamjapada his loin cloth and his plough became a dhammapadda. The monks in their modesty resented his form of address and discontinued their visits to his house. The King ordered all his wealth to be removed to the Royal Treasury and went to see the Buddha. And this becomes the beginning here for a wise bhikkhu: Let go the past. It presents one way of life to the members of the Holy Order and another to the laity.
When the monks reported the matter to the Buddha, He advised them to fortify themselves. Seeing Sakka, King of the gods, she turned back after saluting. A devotee offered alms to the Buddha when He stood at his door and wished to know what constituted a bhikkhu. The Buddha explained matters and remarked that no doubts should be entertained with regard to a Passionless One who is restrained in the three doors i.
An Arahant mistaking a cloth lying on the ground for one abandoned by the owner, took it. Four misfortunes befall a careless man who commits adultery: How the Buddha exercises His psychic powers to transform a lust-ridden, mentally sick Bhikkhu to a pure, spiritually dhhammapada individual is evident from the story of prince Nanda, Djammapada step-brother, and the verses uttered concerning him.
Later she was convinced of their greatness, for although they were not served first they were not angry. This matter was reported to the Buddha and He advised the monks to exert themselves as did the elephant stuck in mud.