MAHASAMAYA SUTTA PDF

Mahasamaya Sutta, chanted by Ven. Ganekumbure Shantha Thero, with English explanation. Mahāsamaya Sutta. 1. Mahāsamaya Sutta. Preached at The Buddha then addressed the monks and recited this sutta (). Mahasamaya Sutta means something in Buddhism, Pali. If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check.

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The Commentaries give long accounts of the preaching of the Mahasamya E.

It is possible to divide the discourse into three parts. Most of them were probably local deities, the personification of natural phenomena, guardian spirits, fairies, harpies, naiads, dryads, and many others, who are here represented as adherents of the Buddha, come to do him honour.

The first contains a list of the devas and other beings present to worship the Buddha. You have majasamaya be a member in order to post comments.

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Mahasamaha your comment or reference to a book mahasamaaya you want to contribute to this summary article. Page 2 Sacitta, 1 nt. Mahasamaya Sutta Mahasamaya Sutta 1.

The gods of the ten thousand world systems had come to visit the Buddha and the monks, and were joined by four gods from the Suddhavasa, who saluted the Buddha in verse. He then related the story of their origin, showing that both families were descended from a common stock.

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I, 76; II, 13; Vin. Many of the beings sutat are to us now mere names, with no special information attached. Search found related definition s that might help you understand this better. You can also click to the full overview containing English textual excerpts. To these, respectively, he preached six suttas, calculated to benefit each separate class, and, in order that each sutta might take the form of question and answer, he created a Mahasamay form to ask questions, while he himself answered them.

But the wives of the men tried to entice them back; the Buddha, therefore, took them to Himava, where he preached to them the Kunala Jataka on the banks of the Kunala Mahaasamaya. Click here to login or click here to become a member.

Countless numbers of beings realized the Truth AA. A similar list of devas is found in the Mahavastu i. A similar list of devas is found in the Mahavastu i. Preached at Mahavana in Kapilavatthu, where the Buddha was staying with five hundred arahants.

Mahasamaya Sutta

The Buddha then addressed the monks and recited this sutta D. When the quarrel was thus settled, two hundred and fifty young men from each family entered the Order and the Buddha dwelt with sufta in Mahavana. The third part of the sutta may be magasamaya the prologue, the verses of greeting spoken by the devas from Suddhavasa Rhys Davids, Dial.

Sutta 1 Sutta, 2 nt. The second part of the sutta is the framework of the words attributed to the Buddha, introducing the list of devas, giving the Buddhas warning to the monks to beware of Mara and Maras declaration that he had no power over them as arahants are free from fear. If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check out the descriptions on this page. This prologue is elsewhere preserved as a separate episode S.

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It is possible to divide the discourse into three parts. Mahasamaya Sutta means something in BuddhismPali. Guide to Tipitaka by U Ko Lay. The arahants mentioned are Sakiyan and Koliyan youths, representatives of Sakiyan and Koliyan families, sent to join the Order as a sign of gratitude to the Buddha for having averted the quarrel between the two families regarding the water of the Rohini.

It is a long list of strange names given in verses, mostly doggerel. He then related the story of their origin, showing that both families were descended from a common stock.

Anathapindika visits the Buddha, who tells him of the five guilty fears—that begotten by killin The first contains a list of the devas and other beings present to worship the Buddha. It is a long list of strange names given in verses, mostly doggerel. Wutta of them were probably local deities, the personification ,ahasamaya natural phenomena, guardian spirits, fairies, harpies, naiads, dryads, and many others, who are here represented as adherents of the Buddha, come to do him honour.