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The Samyutta Nikaya ("Collection of Clustered Discourses") is the third of the five nikayas (collections) in the Sutta Pitaka. This collection is arranged in a special order by subject matter. Each group deals with a specific doctrine or personality.

VaggasEdit

Samyutta Nikaya consists of 2,889 discourses, classified into 56 samyuttas (groups):

Sagatha-Vagga - The Section of VersesEdit

This volume is a collection of verses mostly uttered by the Buddha and in response to different personalities, e.g. deities, Mara the Evil One, nuns, brahmins, King of Kosala, etc. This section is classied mainly according to the individuals and places concerned into 11 samyuttas.

1. Devata-samyutta - Devatas / DevasEdit

1.01: Oghatarana Sutta - Discourse on Crossing the Flood
1.02: Nimokkha Sutta - Discourse on Freedom From Defilements
1.03: Upaniya Sutta - Discourse on the Coming of Death
1.04: Accenti Sutta - Discourse on the Passing of Time
1.05: Katichinda Sutta - Discourse on Things to be Cut off
1.06: Jagara Sutta - Discourse on wakeful Factors
1.07: Appatividita Sutta - Discourse on Lack of Insight
1.08: Susamuttha Sutta - Discourse on Forgetfulness of Ariya Truths
1.09: Manakama Sutta - Discourse on Being Conceited
1.10: Aranna Sutta - Discourse on Forest-Dwelling
1.11: Nandana Sutta - Nandana Park Discourse
1.12: Nandati Sutta - Discourse on Taking Delight
1.13: Natthiputtasama Sutta - Discourse on No Love Like Love for Ones Child
1.14: Khattiya Sutta - Discourse on the King as the Noblest Among Men
1.15: Saṇamana Sutta - Discourse on Forest Noises
1.16: Niddatandi Sutta - Discourse on Sleepiness and Sloth
1.17: Dukkara Sutta - Discourse on the Difficulty of Fulfilment
1.18: Hiri Sutta - Discourse on Sense of Shame
1.19: Kutika Sutta - Discourse on the Simile of the Hut
1.20: Samiddhi Sutta - Discourse Concerning Bhikkhu Samiddhi
1.21: Sattiya Sutta - Discourse Containing the Simile of a Spear-thrust
1.22: Phusati Sutta - Discourse on Coming into Contact
1.23: Jati Sutta - Discourse on the Entanglement of Craving
1.24: Manonivarana Sutta - Discourse on Restraining the Mind
1.25: Arahanta Sutta - Discourse on the Arahat
1.26: Pajjota Sutta - Discourse on Radiance
1.27: Sara Sutta - Discourse on the Expanse of Water
1.28: Mahaddhana Sutta - Discourse Concerning Persons of Great wealth
1.29: Catucakka Sutta - Discourse on the Four Postures
1.30: Enijangha Sutta - Discourse Beginning with the Words -Enijangham
1.31: Sabbhi Sutta - Discourse Concerning the Virtuous
1.32: Macchari Sutta - Discourse on Stinginess
1.33: Sadhu Sutta - Good
1.34: Na santi Sutta - There Are No
1.35: Ujjhana sanni Sutta - Faultfinders
1.36: Saddha Sutta - Faith
1.37: Samaya Sutta - Concourse
1.38: Sakalika Sutta - The Stone Splinter
1.39: Pathama pajjunnadhitu Sutta - Pajjunna's Daughter (1) {C}
{C}1.40: Dutiya Pajjunnadhitu Sutta - Pajjunna's Daughter (2)
1.41: Aditta Sutta - The Discourse on Salvaging From the Fire
1.42: Kimdada Sutta - Discourse on what to give
1.43: Anna Sutta - Discourse on Offering of Food
1.44: Ekamula Sutta - Discourse on That Which Has One Root Cause
1.45: Anoma Sutta - Discourse on the Possessor of Numerous Worthy Epithets
1.46: Acchara Sutta - Discourse Concerning the Celestial Park
1.47: Vanaropa Sutta - Discourse on the Merit Gained in Planting Groves
1.48: Jetavana Sutta - Discourse Concerning the Jetavana Monastery
1.49: Macchara Sutta - Discourse on Stinginess
1.50: Ghatikara Sutta - Discourse on Ghatikara
1.51: Jara Sutta - Discourse on Old Age
1.52: Ajarasa Sutta - Discourse on Non-deterioration
1.53: Mitta Sutta - Discourse on Friends
1.54: Vatthu Sutta - Discourse on the Mainstay
1.55: Pathama Jana Sutta - First Discourse on Cause of Rebirth
1.56: Dutiya Jana Sutta - Second Discourse on Cause of Rebirth
1.57: Tatiya Jana Sutta - Third Discourse on Cause of Rebirth
1.58: Uppatha Sutta - Discourse Concerning that which is Not the Way
1.59: Dutiya Sutta - Discourse on the Companion
1.60: Kavi Sutta - Discourse on the Poet
1.61: Nama Sutta - Discourse on Nomenclature
1.62: Citta Sutta - Discourse on Mind
1.63: Tanha Sutta - Discourse on Craving
1.64: Samyojana Sutta - Discourse on Fetters
1.65: Bandhana Sutta - Discourse on Bonds
1.66: Attahata Sutta - Afflicted
1.67: Uddita Sutta - Discourse on Being Ensnared
1.68: Pihita Sutta - Discourse on Being Shut Off
1.69: Iccha Sutta - Discourse on Desire
1.70: Loka Sutta - Discourse on the World
1.71: Chetva Sutta - Discourse on Having Killed
1.72: Ratha Sutta - Chariot
1.73: Vitta Sutta - Treasure
1.74: Vutthi Sutta - Rain
1.75: Bhita Sutta - Afraid
1.76: Najirati Sutta - Does Not Decay
1.77: Issariya Sutta - Sovereignty
1.78: Kama Sutta - Love
1.79: Patheyya Sutta - Provisions for a Journey
1.80: Pajjoto Sutta - Source of Light
1.81: Arana Sutta - Without Conflict

2. Devaputta-samyutta - The Young DevasEdit

2.01: Pathamakassapa Sutta - Kassapa (1)
2.02: Dutiyakassapa Sutta - Kassapa (2)
2.03: Magha Sutta - Magha
2.04: Magadha Sutta - Magadha
2.05: Damali Sutta - Damali
2.06: Kamada Sutta - Kamada's Lament {C}
{C}2.07: Pañcalacanda Sutta - Pancalacanda the Deva's Son
2.08: Tayana Sutta - Tayana
2.09: Candima Sutta - The Moon Deity's Prayer for Protection {C}
{C}2.10: Suriya Sutta - The Sun Deity's Prayer for Protection
2.11: Candimasa Sutta - Candimasa
2.12: Vendu Sutta - Venhu
2.13: Dighalatthisu Sutta - Dighalatthi
2.14: Nandano Sutta - Nandana
2.15: Candana Sutta - Candana
2.16: Vasudatta Sutta - Vasudatta
2.17: Subrahma Sutta - Subrahma
2.18: Kakudha Sutta - Kakudha
2.19: Uttara Sutta - Uttara the Deva's son {C}
{C}2.20: Anatahpindika Sutta - Anathapindika {C}
{C}2.21: Siva Sutta - Siva
{C}2.22: Khema Sutta - Khema {C}
{C}2.23: Seri Sutta - Seri {C}
{C}2.24: Ghaññhikaro Sutta - Ghatikara {C}
{C}2.25: Jantu Sutta - Jantu {C}
{C}2.26: Rohitassa Sutta - To Rohitassa {C}
{C}2.27: Nanda Sutta - Nanda {C}
{C}2.28: Nandivisala Sutta - Nandivisala {C}
{C}2.29: Susima Sutta - Susima {C}
{C}2.30: Nanatitthiyasavakasu Sutta - Various Sectarians

3. Kosala-samyutta - King Pasenadi of KosalaEdit

3.01: Dhara Sutta - Young
{C}3.02: Purisa Sutta - A Person {C}
{C}3.03: Jaramarana Sutta - Aging and Death {C}
{C}3.04: Piya Sutta - Dear {C}
{C}3.05: Attharakkhita Sutta - Self-protected {C}
{C}3.06: Appaka Sutta - Few {C}
{C}3.07: Atthakaraõa Sutta - In Judgement {C}
{C}3.08: Mallika Sutta - Mallika {C}
{C}3.09: Yaññia Sutta - Sacrifice {C}
{C}3.10: Bandhanà Sutta - Bondage {C}
{C}3.11: Sattajatila Sutta - Discourse on the Seven Ascetics {C}
{C}3.12: Pancaraja Sutta - Discourse to the Five Kings {C}
{C}3.13: Donapaka Sutta - Discourse on very heavy meal
{C}3.14: Pathama Sangama Sutta - Discourse on the First Battle {C}
{C}3.15: Dutiya Sangama Sutta - Discourse on the Second Battle
{C}3.16: Dhãtà Sutta - Daughter
{C}3.17: Appamada Sutta - Discourse on Constant Mindfulness
{C}3.18: Kalyanamitta Sutta - Discourse on Having Good Friends {C}
{C}3.19: Pathama Aputtaka Sutta - First Discourse on a Childless Man {C}
{C}3.20: Dutiya Aputtaka Sutta - Second Discourse on a Childless Man {C}
{C}3.21: Puggalo Sutta - Discourse On Types of Persons {C}
{C}3.22: Ayyika Sutta - Discourse Concerning Grandmother
{C}3.23: Loko Sutta - Discourse On the World {C}
{C}3.24: Issatta Sutta - Discourse with Skill in Archery as an Example {C}
{C}3.25: Pabbatupama Sutta - Discourse With a Mountain Simile

4. Mara-samyutta - MaraEdit

4.01: Tapokamma Sutta - Austere Practice {C}
{C}4.02: Hatthirajavanna Sutta - The King Elephant {C}
{C}4.03: Subhaü Sutta - Beautiful
{C}4.04: Pathamamarapasa Sutta - Mara's Snare (1)
4.05: Dutiyamarapasa Sutta - Mara's Snare (2) {C}
{C}4.06: Sappa Sutta - Serpent {C}
{C}4.07: Sapati Sutta - Sleep {C}
{C}4.08: Nandanaü Sutta - Delight {C}
{C}4.09: Pathama-ayu Sutta - Life Span (1)
{C}4.10: Duthiya-ayu Sutta - Life Span (2) {C}
{C}4.11: Pasana Sutta - The Boulder
{C}4.12: Kinnusiha Sutta - Lion {C}
{C}4.13: Sakalikaü Sutta - The Stone Silver
{C}4.14: Patirupa Sutta - Suitable {C}
{C}4.15: Manasa Sutta - Mental {C}
{C}4.16: Patta Sutta - Almsbowls
{C}4.17: Chaphassayatana Sutta - Six Bases for Contact {C}
{C}4.18: Pinda Sutta - Alms {C}
{C}4.19: Kassaka Sutta - The Farmer {C}
{C}4.20: Rajja Sutta - Rulership
{C}4.21: Sambahula Sutta - A Number {C}
{C}4.22: Samiddi Sutta - Samiddhi
{C}4.23: Godhika Sutta - Godhika {C}
{C}4.24: Sattavassanubandha Sutta - Seven Years of Pursuit
{C}4.25: Maradhitu Sutta - Mara's Daughters

5. Bhikkhuni-samyutta - NunsEdit

5.01: Alavika Sutta - Sister Alavika
5.02: Soma Sutta - Sister Soma
5.03: Kisagotami Sutta - Sister Gotami
5.04: Vijaya Sutta - Sister Vijaya
5.05: Uppalavanna Sutta - Sister Uppalavanna
5.06: Cala Sutta - Sister Cala
5.07: Upacala Sutta - Sister Upacala
5.08: Sisupacala Sutta - Sister Sisupacala
5.09: Sela Bhikkhuni Sutta - Sister Sela
5.10: Vajira Sutta - Sister Vajira

6. Brahma-samyutta - Brahma beingsEdit

6.1: Ayacana Sutta - The Brahma Request
6.2: Garava Sutta - Reverence
6.3: Brahma Deva Sutta - Brahmadeva
6.4: Baka Brahma Sutta - Baka-Brahma falsely believes he is all-enlightened
6.5: Apara Ditthi Sutta - The false views of a Brahma
6.6: Pamadam Sutta - A Brahma World
6.7: Kokalika Sutta - Kokalika (1)
6.8: Tissako Sutta - Tissaka
6.9: Tudu Brahma Sutta - Brahma Tudu
6.10: Kokaliko Sutta - Kokalika (2)
6.11: Sanamkumaro Sutta - Eternal Youth
6.12: Devadatta Sutta - Devadatta
6.13: Andhakavinda Sutta - Andhakavinda
6.14: Arunavati Sutta Arunavati
6.15: Parinibbana Sutta — Total Unbinding

7. Brahmana-samyutta - BrahmansEdit

7.01: Dhanañjani Sutta - Dhananjani
7.02: Akkosa Sutta - Abuse
7.03: Asurindaka Sutta - Asurindaka
7.04: Bilangika Sutta - Bilangika
7.05: Ahimsaka Sutta - Ahimsaka
7.06: Jata Sutta - Tangle
7.07: Suddhika Sutta - Suddhika
7.08: Aggika Sutta - Aggika
7.09: Sundarika Sutta - Sundarika
7.10: Bahudhitara Sutta - Many Daughters
7.11: Kasibharadvaja Sutta - Kasi Bharadvaja
7.12: Udaya Sutta - Udaya
7.13: Devahita Sutta - Devahita
7.14: Mahasala Sutta - The Affluent One
7.15: Manatthaddha Sutta - Manatthaddha
7.16: Paccanika Sutta - Paccanika
7.17: Navakamikka Sutta - Navakammika
7.18: Katthahara Sutta - The Wood Gatherers
7.19: Matuposaka Sutta - The Mother Supporter
7.20: Bhikkhaka Sutta - The Mendicant
7.21: Sangaravo Sutta - Sangarava
7.22: Khomadussa Sutta - Khomadussa

8. Vangisa-samyutta - Ven. VangisaEdit

8.01: Nikkhanta Sutta - Renounced
8.02: Arati Sutta - Discontent
8.03: Pesala Sutta - Well Behaved
8.04: Ananda Sutta - Ananda
8.05: Subhasita Sutta - Well Spoken
8.06: Sariputta Sutta - Sariputta
8.07: Pavarana Sutta - Pavarana
8.08: Parosahassa Sutta - Over a Thousand
8.09: Kondañña Sutta - Kondanna
8.10: Moggallana Sutta - Moggallana
8.11: Gaggara Sutta - Gaggara
8.12: Vangisa Sutta - Vangisa

9. Vana-samyutta - The ForestEdit

9.01: Viveka Sutta - Seclusion
9.02: Upatthana Sutta - Rousing
9.03: Kassapagotta Sutta - Kassapagotta
9.04: Carika Sutta - A Number
9.05: Anando Sutta - Ananda
9.06: Anuruddho Sutta - Anuruddha
9.07: Nagadatta Sutta - Nagadatta
9.08: Kulagharani Sutta - Family Mistress
9.09: Vajjiputta Sutta - Vajjian Prince (or Vesali)
9.10: Sajjihaya Sutta - Reciting
9.11: Akusalavitakka Sutta - Unwholesome Thoughts
9.12: Majjhanhika Sutta - Noon
9.13: Pakatindraya Sutta - Loose in Sense Faculties
9.14: Gandhatthena Sutta - The Thief of Scent

10. Yakkha-samyutta - Yakkha BeingsEdit

10.01: Indaka Sutta - Indaka
10.02: Sakkanama Sutta - Sakkanamaka
10.03: Suciloma Sutta - Suciloma
10.04: Manibhadda Sutta - Manibhadda
10.05: Sanu Sutta - Sanu
10.06: Piyankara Sutta -Piyankara
10.07: Punabbasu Sutta - Punabbasu
10.08: Sudatta Sutta - Sudatta
10.09: Pathamasukka Sutta - Sukka (1)
10.10: Dutiyasukka Sutta - Sukka (2)
10.11: Cira Sutta - Cira
10.12: Alavaka Sutta - Alavaka

11. Sakka-samyutta - Sakkha (the Deva king)Edit

11.01: Suvira Sutta - Suvira
11.02: Susãma Sutta - Susima
11.03: Dhajagga Sutta - The Crest of the Standard
11.04: Vepacitti Sutta - Vepacitti (or Patience)
11.05: Subhasitajaya Sutta - Victory by Well-Spoken Counsel
11.06: Kulavaka Sutta - The Bird Nests
11.07: Nadubbhiya Sutta - One Sould Not Transgress
11.08: Verocana-asurinda Sutta - Verocana, Lord of the Asuras
11.09: Araññayatana-isi Sutta - Seers in a Forest
11.10: Samuddaka Sutta - Seers by the Ocean
11.11: Vatapada Sutta - Vows
11.12: Devà Sutta - Sakka's Names {C}
{C}11.13: Mahàli Sutta - Mahali {C}
{C}11.14: Dalidda Sutta - Poor {C}
{C}11.15: Ramaneyyaka Sutta - A Delightful Place {C}
{C}11.16: Yajamana Sutta - Bestowing Alms {C}
{C}11.17: Buddhavandana Sutta - Veneration of the Buddha {C}
{C}11.18: Gahatthavandana Sutta - The Worship of Householders (or Sakka's Worship 1)
11.19: Satharavendana Sutta - The Worship of the Teacher (or Sakka's Worship 2) {C}
{C}11.20: Sanghavendana Sutta - The Worship of the Sangha (or Sakka's Worship 3)
11.21: Jhatvà Sutta - Having Slain
11.22: Dubbanniya Sutta - Ugly
11.23: Sambarimaya Sutta - Magic
11.24: Accaya Sutta - Transgression
11.25: Akkodha Sutta - Nonanger

Nidana-Vagga - The Section on CausationEdit

Half of this volume deals with causes and conditions, i.e. the law of the Dependent Origination. The rest deals with the elements, the penetration of Dhamma, the round of rebirths, material gain, etc. this section is classified into 10 samyuttas.

12. Nidana-samyutta - Dependent Co-ArisingEdit

12.1 Dependent Origination
12.2 Paticca-samuppada-vibhanga Sutta -- Analysis of Dependent Co-arising
12.3 The Two Ways
12.4 Vipassi
12.5 Sikhi
12.6 Vessabhu
12.7 Kakusandha
12.8 Konagamana
12.9 Kassapa
12.10 Maha Sakyamuni Gotamo Sutta -- Gotama the Great Sage of the Sakya
12.11 Ahara Sutta -- Nutriment
12.12 Phagguna Sutta -- To Phagguna
12.13 Ascetics and Brahmins (1)
12.14 Ascetics and Brahmins (2)
12.15 Kaccayanagotta Sutta -- To Kaccayana Gotta (on Right View)
12.16 Dhammakathiko Sutta -- The Teacher of the Dhamma
12.17 Acela Sutta -- To the Clothless Ascetic
12.18 Timbaruka
12.19 Bala-pandita Sutta -- The Fool and the Wise Person
12.20 Paccaya Sutta -- Requisite Conditions
12.21 The Ten Powers (1)
12.22 Dasabalaa (2) Sutta -- The Ten Powers (2)
12.23 Upanisa Sutta -- Prerequisites
12.24 Wanderers of Other Sects
12.25 Bhumija Sutta
-- To Bhumija
12.26 Upavana
12.27 Conditions
12.28 Bhikkhu
12.29 Ascetics and Brahmins (1)
12.30 Ascetics and Brahmins (2)
12.31 Bhutamidam Sutta -- This Has Come Into Being
12.32 The Kalara
12.33 Cases of Knowledge (1)
12.34 Cases of Knowledge (2)
12.35 Avijjapaccaya Sutta -- From Ignorance as a Requisite Condition (1)
12.36 From Ignorance as a Requisite Condition (2)
12.37 Not Yours
12.38 Cetana Sutta - Volition (1)
12.39 Volition (2)
12.40 Volition (3)
12.41 Five Fearful Animosities (1)
12.42 Five Fearful Animosities (2)
12.43 Suffering 12.44 Loka Sutta -- The World
12.45 At Natika
12.46 Annatra Sutta -- A Certain Brahman
12.47 Janussoni
12.48 Lokayatika Sutta -- The Cosmologist
12.49 The Noble Disciple (1)
12.50 The Noble Disciple (2)
12.51 Thorough Investigation
12.52 Upadana Sutta -- Clinging
12.53 Fetters (1)
12.54 Fetters (2)
12.55 The Great Tree (1)
12.56 The Great Tree (2)
12.57 The Sapling
12.58 Name-and-Form
12.59 Consciousness
12.60 Nidanam Sutta -- Ananda's Mistake {C}
{C}12.61 SN 12.61 Assutavant Sutta (1): The Spiritually Unlearned (1) {C}
{C}12.62 Uninstructed (2) {C}
{C}12.63 Puttamansa Sutta -- A Son's Flesh
12.64 Atthi Raga Sutta -- Where There is Passion
12.65 Nagara Sutta -- The City
12.66 Exploration
12.67 Nalakalapiyo Sutta -- Sheaves of Reeds
12.68 Kosambi Sutta -- At Kosambi (On Knowing Dependent Co-arising)
12.69 The Surge 12.70 Susima Sutta -- About Susima

13. Abhisamaya-samyutta - RealizationEdit

13.1: Nakhasikha Sutta - The Tip of the Fingernail
13.2: Pokkharani Sutta - The Pond 13.3: Sambhejja udaka Sutta - Water at the Confluence (1)
13.4: Sambhejja udaka 2 Sutta - Water at the Confluence (2)
13.5: Pathavi Sutta - The Earth (1)
13.6: Pathavi II Sutta - The Earth (2)
13.7: Samudda Sutta - The Ocean (1)
13.8: Samudda II Sutta - The Ocean (2)
13.9: Pabbatupama Sutta - The Mountain (1)
13.10: Pabbatuma II Sutta - The Mountain (2)
13.11: Pabbatuma III Sutta - The Mountain (3)

14. Dhatu-samyutta - The ElementsEdit

14.1: Dhatu Sutta - Diversity of Elements
14.2: Samphassam Sutta - Diversity of Contacts
14.3 No ce tam Sutta - Not Diversity of Contacts
14.4: Vedana Sutta - Diversity of Feelings (1)
14.5: Vedana II Sutta - Diversity of Feelings (2)
14.6: Dhatu Sutta - Diversity of External Elements
14.7: Sanna Sutta - Diversity of Perceptions
14.8: No ce tam Sutta - Not Diversity of Quests
14.9: Phassa Sutta - Diversity of External Contacts (1)
14.10: Phassa II Sutta - Diversity of External Contacts (2)
14.11: Sattima Sutta - Seven Elements
14.12: Sanidanam Sutta - With a Source
14.13: Ginjakavasatha Sutta - The Brick Hall
14.14: Hinadhimutti Sutta - Inferior Disposition
14.15: Kammam Sutta - Walking Back and Forth
14.16: Sagatha Sutta - With Verses
14.17: Asaddha Sutta - Lacking Faith
14.18: Asaddhamulakapanca Sutta - Rooted in those Lacking Faith
14.19: Ahirikamulaka Sutta - Rooted in the Shameless
14.20: Anotappamulaka Sutta - Rooted in those Unafraid of Wrongdoing
14.21: Appassutena Sutta - Rooted in the Unlearned
14.22: Kusitam Sutta - Rooted in the Lazy
14.23: Asamahita Sutta - Unconcentrated
14.24: Dussilya Sutta - Immoral
14.25: Pancasikkhapadani Sutta - The Five Training Rules
14.26: Sattakammapatha Sutta - Seven Courses of Kamma
14.27: Dasakammapatha Sutta - Ten Courses of Kamma
14.28: Atthangiko Sutta - The Eightfold Path
14.29: Dasanga Sutta - Ten Factors
14.30: Cataso Sutta - Four Elements
14.31: Pubbe Sutta - Before My Enlightenment
14.32: Acarim Sutta - I Set Out
14.33: Yo no cedam Sutta - If There Were No
14.34: Dukkha Sutta - Exclusively Suffering
14.35: Abhinandam Sutta - Delight
14.36: Uppado (Uppaado Sutta - Arising
14.37: Samanabrahmana Sutta - Ascetics and Brahmins (1)
14.38: Samanabrahmana Sutta - Ascetics and Brahmins (2)
14.39: Samana brahmana Sutta Ascetics and Brahmins (3)

15. Anatamagga-samyutta - The Unimaginable Beginnings of SamsaraEdit

15.1: Tinakattham Sutta - Grass and Wood
15.2: Pathavi Sutta - The Earth
15.3: Assu Sutta - Tears
15.4: Khiram Sutta - Milk
15.5: Pabbata Sutta - The Length of a world-cycle
15.6: Sasapa Sutta - Mustard Seed
15.7: Savaka Sutta - Disciples
15.8: Ganga Sutta - Ganges
15.9: Danda Sutta - The Stick
15.10: Puggala Sutta - Pile of Bones
15.11: Duggatta Sutta - Hard Times
15.12: Sukhita Sutta — Happy
15.13: Timsamatta Sutta - Thirty Bhikkus
15.14: Mata Sutta - Mother
15.15: Pita Sutta
15.16: Bhata Sutta
15.17: Bhagini Sutta
15.18: Putto Sutta
15.19: Dhita Sutta
15.20: Vepullapabbatam Sutta - Mount Vepulla

16. Kassapa-samyutta -- Ven. Maha KassapaEdit

16.1 Santuttham Sutta - Contentment
16.2 Anottapi Sutta - Carelessness
16.3 Like the Moon
16.4 A Visitor of Families
16.5 Jinna Sutta - Old
16.6 Exhortation (1)
16.7 Exhortation (2)
16.8 Exhortation (3)
16.9 Jhanas and Direct Knowledges
16.10 The Bhikkhunis' Quarters
16.11 The Robe
16.12 After Death
16.13 Saddhammapatirupaka Sutta - A Counterfeit of the True Dhamma / False Dhamma

17. Labhasakkara-samyutta - Gains and TributeEdit

17.1 Dreadful
17.2 The Hook
17.4 The Long-Haired Goat
17.5 Pilahaka Sutta - The Dung Beetle
17.6 The Thunderbolt
17.7 The Poisoned Dart
17.8 Sigala Sutta - The Jackal
17.9 The Gale Winds
17.10 With Verses
17.11 Golden Bowl
17.12 Silver Bowl
17.13 - 17.20 Suvannanikkha, Etc.
17.21 A Woman
17.22 The Most Beautiful Girl of the Land
17.23 Only Son
17.30 The Bhikkhu

18. Rahula-samyutta - Ven. RahulaEdit

18.1 The Eye, Etc
18.2 Forms, Etc
18.3 Consciousness
18.4 Contact
18.5 Feeling
18.6 Perception
18.7 Volition
18.8 Craving
18.9 Elements
18.10 Aggregates
18.11 - 18.20 The Eye, Etc
18.21 Underlying Tendency
18.22 Rid Off

19. Lakkhana-samyutta - Ven. LakkhanaEdit

19.1 The Skeleton
19.2 The Piece of Meat
19.3 The Lump of Meat
19.4 The Flayed Meat
19.5 Sword Hairs
19.6 Spear Hairs
19.7 Arrow Hairs
19.8 Needle Hairs
(1) 19.9 Needle Hairs
(2) 19.10 Pot Testicles
19.11 With Head Submerged
19.12 The Dung Eater
19.13 The Flayed Woman
19.14 The Ugly Woman
19.15 The Sweltering Woman
19.16 The Headless Trunk
19.17 The Evil Bhikkhu 1
9.18 The Evil Bhikkhuni
19.19 - 19.21 The Evil Probationary Nun, Etc

20. Opamma-samyutta — ComparisonsEdit

20.1: Kutam Sutta - The Roof Peak
20.2: Nakhasikha Sutta - How rare is Human Birth?
20.3: Kulam Sutta - The Clans
20.4: Okkha Sutta - Pots of Food
20.5: Satti Sutta - The Spear
20.6: Dhanuggaha Sutta - The Archers
20.7: Ani Sutta - The Drum Peg
20.8: Kalingaro Sutta - Blocks of Wood
20.9: Nago Sutta - The Bull Elephant
20.10: Bilaro Sutta - The Cat
20.11: Singalaka Sutta - The Jackal (1)
20.12: Singalaka II Sutta - The Jackal (2)

21. Bhikkhu-samyutta - MonksEdit

21.1 Kolita
21.2 Upatissa Sutta - About Upatissa (Sariputta)
21.3 The Barrel
21.4 The Newly Ordained Bhikkhu
21.5 Sujata
21.6 Lakuntaka Bhaddiya
21.7 Visakha
21.8 Nando Sutta - Nanda
21.9 Tissa
21.10 Theranama Sutta - [A Monk] by the Name of Elder (On Solitude)
21.11 Mahakappina
21.12 Companions

Khandha-Vagga - The Section on the AggregatesEdit

This volume deals with the various aspects of the five aggregates and miscellaneous subjects including concentration, together with some false views. This section is classified into 13 samyuttas.

22. Khandha-samyutta - The Clinging-AggregatesEdit

22.1 Nakulapita Sutta - To Nakulapita
22.2 Devadaha Sutta - At Devadaha
22.3 Haliddakani Sutta - To Haliddakani (1)
22.4 Haliddakani (2)
22.5 Samadhi Sutta - Concentration
22.6 Seclusion
22.7 Upadaparitassana Sutta - Grasping and Worry / Agitation through Clinging (1)
22.8 Agitation through Clinging (2)
22.9 Impermanent in the Three Times
22.10 Suffering in the Three Times
22.11 Nonself in the Three Times
22.12 Impermanent
22.13 Suffering
22.14 Nonself
22.15 What is Impermanent
22.16 What is Suffering
22.17 What is Nonself
22.18 Impermanent with Cause
22.19 Suffering with Cause
22.20 Nonself with Cause
22.21 Ananda
22.22 Bhara Sutta - The Burden
22.23 Parinna Sutta - Comprehension / Full Understanding
22.24 Directly Knowing
22.25 Desire and Lust
22.26 Gratification (1)
22.27 Gratification (2)
22.28 Gratification (3)
22.29 Delight
22.30 Arising
22.31 The Root of Misery
22.32 The Fragile
22.33 Not Yours (1)
22.34 Not Yours (2)
22.35 A Certain Bhikkhu (1)
22.36 Bhikkhu Sutta - The Monk (on Identifying with the Aggregates)
22.37 Ananda (1)
22.38 Ananda (2)
22.39 Anudhamma Sutta - In Accordance with the Dhamma (1)
22.40 Anudhamma Sutta - In Accordance with the Dhamma (2)
22.41 Anudhamma Sutta - In Accordance with the Dhamma (3)
22.42 Anudhamma Sutta - In Accordance with the Dhamma (4)
22.43 Attadipa Sutta - An Island to Oneself
22.44 The Way
22.45 Impermanent (1)
22.46 Impermanent (2)
22.47 Samanupassana Sutta - Assumptions
22.48 Khandha Sutta - Aggregates
22.49 Sono Sutta - Sona (or: Conceit) (1)
22.50 Sona (2)
22.51 Destruction of Delight (1)
22.52 Destruction of Delight (2)
22.53 Upaya Sutta - Attached
22.54 Bija Sutta - Means of Propagation
22.55 Udana Sutta - Exclaimation
22.56 Parivatta Sutta - The (Fourfold) Round
22.57 Sattatthana Sutta - Seven Bases
22.58 Buddha Sutta - Awakened
22.59 Pancavaggi Sutta: Five Brethren (a.k.a Anatta-lakkhana Sutta - The Discourse on the Not-self Characteristic)
22.60 Mahali Sutta - To Mahali
22.61 Burning
22.62 Pathways of Language
22.63 Upadiyamano Sutta - Clinging
22.64 In Conceiving
22.65 In Seeking Delight
22.66 Impermanent
22.67 Suffering
22.68 Nonself
22.69 What Does Not Belong to Self
22.70 Whatever Appears Tantalizing
22.71 Radha
22.72 Suradha
22.73 Gratification
22.74 Origin (1)
22.75 Origin (2)
22.76 Arahants (1)
22.77 Arahants (2)
22.78 The Lion
22.79 Khajjaniya Sutta - Chewed Up
22.80 Pindolya Sutta - Almsgoers
22.81 Parilyyaka Sutta - At Parileyyaka
22.82 The Full-Moon Night
22.83 Ananda Sutta - Ananda
22.84 Tissa Sutta - Tissa
22.85 Yamaka Sutta - To Yamaka
22.86 Anuradha Sutta - To Anuradha
22.87 Vakkali Sutta - Vakkali 22.88 Assaji
22.89 Khemaka Sutta - About Khemaka
22.90 Channa Sutta - To Channa
22.91 Rahula (1)
22.92 Rahula (2)
22.93 Nadi Sutta - The River
22.94 Flowers
22.95 Phena Sutta - Foam
22.96 A Lump of Cowdung
22.97 Nakhasikha Sutta - The Tip of the Fingernail
22.98 Simple Version
22.99 Gaddula Sutta - The Leash (1)
22.100 Gaddula Sutta - The Leash (2)
22.101 Nava Sutta - The Ship
22.102 Perception of Impermanence
22.103 Portions
22.104 Suffering
22.105 Identity
22.106 To Be Fully Understood
22.107 Ascetics (1)
22.108 Ascetics (2)
22.109 Sotapanno Sutta - The Sotapanna ('Stream-winner')
22.110 Araham Sutta - The Arahant ('Stream-winner')
22.111 Abandoning Desire (1)
22.112 Abandoning Desire (2)
22.113 Ignorance
22.114 True Knowledge
22.115 A Speaker on the Dhamma (1)
22.116 A Speaker on the Dhamma (2)
22.117 Bondage
22.118 Interrogation (1)
22.119 Interrogation (2) 22.120 Things That Fetter
22.121 Upadana Sutta - Clinging
22.122 Silavant Sutta - Virtuous
22.123 Instructed
22.124 Kappa (1)
22.125 Kappa (2)
22.126 Subject to Arising (1)
22.127 Subject to Arising (2)
22.128 Subject to Arising (3)
22.129 Gratification (1)
22.130 Gratification (2)
22.131 Origin (1)
22.132 Origin (2)
22.133 Kotthita (1)
22.134 Kotthita (2)
22.135 Kotthita (3)
22.136 Hot Embers
22.137 Impermanent (1)
22.138 Impermanent (2)
22.139 Impermanent (3)
22.140 Suffering (1)
22.141 Suffering (2)
22.142 Suffering (3)
22.143 Nonself (1)
22.144 Nonself (2)
22.145 Nonself (3)
22.146 Engrossed in Revulsion
22.147 Contemplating Impermanence
22.148 Contemplating Suffering
22.149 Contemplating Nonself
22.150 Internally
22.151 This Is Mine
22.152 The Self
22.153 It Might Not Be For Me
22.154 Wrong View
22.155 Identity View
22.156 View of Self
22.157 Adherence (1)
22.158 Adherence (2)
22.159 Ananda

23. Radha-samyutta - Ven. RadhaEdit

23.1 Mara
23.2 A Being
23.3 The Conduit to Existence
23.4 - 23.10 To Be Fully Understood, Etc
23.11 Mara
23.12 Subject to Mara
23.13 Impermanent
23.14 Of Impermanent Nature
23.15 Suffering
23.16 Of Painful Nature
23.17 Nonself
23.18 Of Selfless Nature
23.19 Subject to Destruction
23.20 Subject to Vanishing
23.21 Subject to Arising
23.22 Subject to Cessation
23.23 Mara
23.24 - 23.34 Subject to Mara, Etc
23.35 Mara
23.36 - 23.46 Subject to Mara, Etc

24. Ditthi-samyutta - ViewsEdit

24.1 Winds
24.2 This Is Mine
24.3 The Self
24.4 It Might Not Be For Me
24.5 There Is Not
24.6 Acting
24.7 Cause
24.8 The Great View
24.9 The World Is Eternal
24.10 The World Is Not Eternal
24.11 The World Is Finite
24.12 The World Is Infinite
24.13 Soul and Body Are the Same
24.14 Soul and Body Are Different
24.15 The Tathagata Exists
24.16 The Tathagata Does Not Exist
24.17 The Tathagata Both Exists and Does Not Exist
24.18 The Tathagata Neither Exists Nor Does Not Exist
24.19 Winds
24.20 - 24.36 This Is Mine, Etc
24.37 A Self Consisting of Form
24.38 A Formless Self
24.39 A Self Both Consisting of Form and Formless
24.40 A Self Neither Consisting of Form nor Formless
24.41 Exclusively Happy
24.42 Exclusively Miserable
24.43 Both Happy and Miserable
24.44 Neither Happy nor Miserable
24.45 Winds
24.46 - 24.70 This Is Mine
24.71 Winds
24.72 - 24.96 This Is Mine, Etc

25. Okkantika-samyutta - EnteringEdit

25.1 Cakkhu Sutta - The Eye
25.2 Rupa Sutta - Forms
25.3 Vinnana Sutta - Consciousness
25.4 Phassa Sutta - Contact
25.5 Vedana Sutta - Feeling
25.6 Sanna Sutta - Perception
25.7 Cetana Sutta - Intention
25.8 Tanha Sutta - Craving
25.9 Dhatu Sutta - Properties
25.10 Khandha Sutta - Aggregates

26. Uppada-samyutta - ArisingEdit

26.1 The Eye
26.2 Forms
26.3 Consciousness
26.4 Contact
26.5 Feeling
26.6 Perception
26.7 Volition
26.8 Craving
26.9 Elements
26.10 Aggregates

27. Kilesa-samyutta - DefilementsEdit

27.1 Cakkhu Sutta - The Eye
27.2 Rupa Sutta - Forms
27.3 Vinnana Sutta - Consciousness
27.4 Phassa Sutta - Contact
27.5 Vedana Sutta - Feeling
27.6 Sanna Sutta - Perception
27.7 Cetana Sutta - Intentions
27.8 Tanha Sutta - Craving
27.9 Dhatu Sutta - Properties
27.10 Khandha Sutta - Aggregates

28. Sariputta-samyutta - Ven. SariputtaEdit

28.1 Born of Seclusion
28.2 Without Thought
28.3 Rapture
28.4 Equanimity
28.5 The Base of the Infinity of Space
28.6 The Base of the Infinity of Consciousness
28.7 The Base of Nothingness
28.8 The Base of Neither-Perception-Nor-Nonperception
28.9 The Attainment of Cessation
28.10 Sucimukhi

29. Naga-samyutta - NagasEdit

29.1 Simple Version
29.2 Superior
29.3 The Uposatha (1)
29.4 - 29.6 The Uposatha (2 - 4)
29.7 He Has Heard (1)
29.8 - 29.10 He Has Heard (2 - 4)
29.11 - 29.20 With the Support of Giving (1)
29.21 - 29.50 With the Support of Giving (2 - 4)

30. Supanna-samyutta - GarudasEdit

30.1 Simple Version
30.2 They Carry Off
30.3 Ambivalent (1)
30.4 - 30.6 Ambivalent (2 - 4)
30.7 - 30.16 With the Support of Giving (1)
30.17 - 30.46 With the Support of Giving (2 - 4)

31. Gandhabbakaya-samyutta - Gandhabba devasEdit

31.1 Simple Version
31.2 Good Conduct
31.3 Giver (1)
31.4 - 31.12 Giver (2-10)
31.13 - 31.22 With the Support of Giving (1)
31.23 -31.112 With the Support of Giving (2)

32. Valahaka-samyutta - Rain-cloud devasEdit

32.1 Simple Version
32.2 Good Conduct
32.3 - 32.12 With the Support of Giving (1)
32.13 - 32.52 With the Support of Giving (2)
32.53 Cool-Cloud Devas
32.54 Warm-Cloud Devas
32.55 Storm-Cloud Devas
32.56 Wind-Cloud Devas
32.57 Rain-Cloud Devas

33. Vacchagotta-samyutta - Ven. VacchagottEdit

33.1 Because of Not Knowing (1)
33.2 Because of Not Knowing (2)
33.3 Because of Not Knowing (3)
33.4 Because of Not Knowing (4)
33.5 Because of Not Knowing (5)
33.6 - 33.10 Because of Not Seeing
33.11 - 33.15 Because of Not Breaking Through
33.16 - 33.20 Because of Not Comprehending
33.21 - 33.25 Because of Not Penetrating
33.26 - 33.30 Because of Not Discerning
33.31 - 33.35 Because of Not Discriminating
33.36 - 33.40 Because of Not Differentiating
33.41 - 33.45 Because of Not Examining
33.46 - 33.50 Because of Not Closely Examining
33.51 - 33.55 Because of Not Directly Cognizing

34. Samadhi-samyutta / Jhana-samyutta - ConcentrationEdit

34.1 Attainment in relation to Concentration
34.2 Maintenance in relation to Concentration
34.3 Emergence in relation to Concentration
34.4 Pliancy in relation to Concentration
34.5 The Object in relation to Concentration
34.6 The Range in relation to Concentration
34.7 Resolution in relation to Concentration
34.8 Thoroughness in relation to Concentration
34.9 Persistance in relation to Concentration
34.10 Suitability in relation to Concentration
34.11 Maintenance in relation to Attainment
34.12 Emergence in relation to Attainment
34.13 Pliancy in relation to Attainment
34.14 The Object in relation to Attainment
34.15 The Range in relation to Attainment
34.16 Resolution in relation to Attainment
34.17 Thoroughness in relation to Attainment
34.18 Persistance in relation to Attainment
34.19 Suitability in relation to Attainment
34.20 Emergence in relation to Attainment
34.21 - 34.27 Pliancy in relation to Maintenance, Etc.
34.28 Pliancy in relation to Emergence
34.29 - 34.34 The Object in relation to Emergence, Etc.
34.35 The Object in relation to Pliancy
34.36 - 34.40 The Range in relation to Pliancy, Etc.
34.41 The Range in relation to the Object
34.42 - 34.45 Resolution in relation to the Object, Etc.
34.46 Resolution in relation to the Range
34.47 - 34.49 Thoroughness in relation to the Range, Etc.
34.50 Thoroughness in relation to Resolution
34.51 - 34.52 Thoroughness in relation to the Range, Etc.
34.53 Persistence in relation to Thoroughness
34.54 Suitability in relation to Thoroughness
34.55 Suitability in relation to Persistence

Salayatana-Vagga - The Section on the Six Sense BasesEdit

Almost half of this volume deals with the six sense-bases in accordance with the Three Characteristics. The rest deals with the five precepts, ways of practice leading to the unconditioned, extremist views, etc. This section is classified into 10 samyuttas.

5. Salayatana-samyutta (Connected Discourses on the Six Sense Bases)Edit

Division I. The Root Fifty


I. The Impermanent

35.1(1) The Internal as Impermanent 35.2(2) The Internal as Suffering

35.3(3) The Internal as Nonself

35.4(4) The External as Impermanent

35.5(5) The External as Suffering

35.6(6) The External as Nonself

35.7(7) The Internal as Impermanent in the Three Times

35.8(8) The Internal as Suffering in the Three Times

35.9(9) The Internal as Nonself in the Three Times

35.10(10) - 35.12(12) The External as Impermanent in the Three Times, Etc.

II. The Pairs

35.13(1) Before My Enlightenment

(1) 35.14(2) Before My Enlightenment (2)

35.15(3) Seeking Gratification (1)

35.16(4) Seeking Gratification (2)

35.17(5) If There Were No (1)

35.18(6) If There Were No (2)

35.19(7) Delight (1)

35.20(8) Delight (2)

35.21(9) Arising of Suffering (1)

35.22(10) Arising of Suffering (2)

III.The All

35.23(1) Sabba Sutta - The All

35.24(2) Pahanaya Sutta - To Be Abandoned / Abandonment (1)

35.25(3) Abandonment (2)

35.26(4) Full Understanding (1)

35.27(5) Full Understanding (2)

35.28(6) Adittapariyaya Sutta - The Fire Sermon / Burning

35.29(7) Weighed Down

35.30(8) Appropriate for Uprooting

35.31(9) Suitable for Uprooting (1) 35.32(10) Suitable for Uprooting (2)

IV.Subject to Birth 35.33(1) Subject to Birth 35.34(2) - 35.42(10) Subject to Aging, Etc.

V.Impermanent 35.43(1) - 35.52(10) Impermanent, Etc.

Division II. The Second Fifty'

I. Ignorance {C}35.53(1) Abandoning Ignorance {C}35.54(2) Abandoning the Fetters {C}35.55(3) Uprooting the Fetters {C}35.54(4) - 35.59(7) Abandoning the Taints, Etc. {C}35.60(8) The Full Understanding of All Clinging {C}35.61(9) The Exhaustion of All Clinging (1) {C}35.62(10) The Exhaustion of All Clinging (2) {C}

II. Migajala

35.63(1) Migajala Sutta - To Migajala (1) {C}35.64(2) Migajala (2) {C}35.65(3) Samiddhi (1) {C}35.66(4) Samiddhi (2) {C}35.67(5) Samiddhi (3) {C}35.68(6) Samiddhi (4) {C}35.69(7) Upasena Sutta - Upasena {C}35.70(8) Upavana {C}35.71(9) The Six Bases for Contact (1) {C}35.72(10) The Six Bases for Contact (2) {C}35.73(11) The Six Bases for Contact (3) {C}

III. Sick

35.74(1) Gilana Sutta - ill / Sick (1) {C}35.75(2) Gilana Sutta - ill / Sick (2) {C}35.76(3) Radha (1) {C}35.77(4) Radha (2) {C}35.78(5) Radha (3) {C}35.79(6) Abandoning Ignorance (1) {C}35.80(7) Avijja Sutta - Ignorance / Abandoning Ignorance (2) {C}35.81(8) A Number of Bhikkhus {C}35.82(9) Loka Sutta - The World {C}35.83(10) Phagguna {C}

IV. Channa

35.84(1) Subject to Disintegration {C}35.85(2) Sunna Sutta - Empty / Empty is the World {C}35.86(3) The Dhamma in Brief {C}35.87(4) Channa {C}35.88(5) Punna Sutta - To Punna {C}35.89(6) Bahiya {C}35.90(7) Being Stirred (1) {C}35.91(8) Being Stirred (2) {C}35.92(9) The Dyad (1) {C}35.93(10) Dvaya Sutta - A Pair / The Dyad (2) {C}

V. The Sixes

35.94(1) Untamed / Unguarded {C}35.95(2) Malunkyaputta Sutta - To Malunkyaputta {C}35.96(3) Decline {C}35.97(4) Pamadaviharin Sutta - Dwelling in Heedlessness {C}35.98(5) Restraint {C}35.99(6) Concentration {C}35.100(7) Seclusion {C}35.101(8) Not Yours (1) {C}35.102(9) Not Yours (2) {C}35.103(10) Uddaka

Division III. The Third Fifty'

I. Secure from Bondage

35.104(1) Secure from Bondage {C}35.105(2) By Clinging {C}35.106(3) The Origin of Suffering {C}35.107(4) The Origin of the World {C}35.108(5) I Am Superior {C}35.109(6) Things That Fetter {C}35.110(7) Things That Can Be Clung To {C}35.111(8) Fully Understanding (1) {C}35.112(9) Fully Understanding (2) {C}35.113(10) Listening In {C}

II. The World and Cords of Sensual Pleasure

35.114(1) Mara's Snare (1) {C}35.115(2) Mara's Snare (2) 35.116(3) Going to the End of the World 35.117(4) Cords of Sensual Pleasure 35.118(5) Sakka's Question {C}35.119(6) Pancasikha {C}35.120(7) Sariputta {C}35.121(8) Exhortation to Rahula {C}35.122(9) Things That Fetter {C}35.123(10) Things That Can Be Clung To

III. The Householder

35.124(1) At Vesali {C}35.125(2) Among the Vajjians {C}35.126(3) At Nalanda {C}35.127(4) Bharadvaja {C}35.128(5) Sona {C}35.129(6) Ghosita {C}35.130(7) Haliddakani {C}35.131(8) Nakulapita {C}35.132(9) Lohicca {C}35.133(10) Verahaccani

IV. Devadaha

35.134(1) At Devadaha {C}35.135(2) The Opportunity {C}35.136(3) Delight in Forms (1) {C}35.137(4) Delight in Forms (2) {C}35.138(5) Not Yours (1) {C}35.139(6) Not Yours (2) {C}35.140(7) Impermanent with Cause (Internal) {C}35.141(8) Suffering with Cause (Internal) {C}35.142(9) Nonself with Cause (internal) {C}35.143(10) - 145(12) Impermanent with Cause, Etc. (External)

V. New and Old

35.146(1) Kamma {C}35.147(2) Suitable for Attaining Nibbana (1) {C}35.148(3) - 149(4) Suitable for Attaining Nibbana (2-3) {C}35.150(5) Suitable for Attaining Nibbana (4) {C}35.151(6) A Student {C}35.152(7) For What Purpose the Holy Life? {C}35.153(8) Is There a Method? {C}35.154(9) Equipped with Faculties {C}35.155(10) A Speaker on the Dhamma

Division IV. The Fourth Fifty'

I. The Destruction of Delight

35.156(1) The Destruction of Delight (1) {C}35.157(2) The Destruction of Delight (2) {C}35.158(3) The Destruction of Delight (3) {C}35.159(4) The Destruction of Delight (4) {C}35.160(5) Jivaka's Mango Grove (1) {C}35.161(6) Jivaka's Mango Grove (2) 35.162(7) Kotthita (1) 35.163(8) Kotthita (2) 35.164(9) Kotthita (3) 35.165(10) Abandoning Wrong View 35.166(11) Abandoning Identity View 35.167(12) Abandoning the View of Self

II. The Sixtyfold Repetition Series

35.168(1) Desire for the Impermanent (Internal) 35.169(2) Lust for the Impermanent (Internal) 35.170(3) Desire and Lust for the Impermanent (Internal) 35.171(4) - 35.173(6) Desire for Suffering (Internal), Etc. 35.174(7) - 176(9) Desire for Nonself (Internal), Etc. 35.177(10) - 179(12) Desire for the Impermanent (External), Etc. 35.180(13) - 182(15) Desire for Suffering (External), Etc. 35.183(16) - 185(18) Desire for Nonself (external), Etc. 35.186(19) The Past as Impermanent (Internal) 35.187(20) The Present as Impermanent (Internal) 35.188(21) The Future as Impermanent (Internal) 35.189(22) - 191(24) The Past, Etc., as Suffering (Internal) 35.192(25) - 194(27) The Past, Etc., as Nonself (Internal) 35.195(28) - 197(30) The Past, Etc., as Impermanent (External) 35.198(31) - 200(33) The Past, Etc., as Suffering (External) 35.200(34) - 203(36) The Past, Etc., as Nonself (External) 35.204(37) What Is Impermanent of the Past (Internal) 35.205(38) What Is Impermanent of the Future (Internal) 35.206(39) What Is Impermanent of the Present (Internal) 35.207(40) - 209(42) What Is Suffering of the Past, Etc. (Internal) 35.210(43) - 212(45) What Is Nonself of the Past, Etc. (Internal) 35.213(46) - 215(48) What Is Impermanent of the Past, Etc. (External) 35.216(49) - 218(51) What Is Suffering of the Past, Etc. (External) 35.219(52) - 221(54) What Is Nonself of the Past, Etc. (External) 35.222(55) The Bases as Impermanent (Internal) 35.223(56) The Bases as Suffering (Internal) 35.224(57) The Bases as Nonself (Internal) 35.225(58) The Bases as Impermanent (External) 35.226(59) The Bases as Suffering (External) 35.227(60) The Bases as Nonself (External)

III. The Ocean

35.228(1) The Ocean (1) 35.229(2) The Ocean (2) 35.230(3) The Fisherman Simile 35.231(4) The Milk-Sap Tree 35.232(5) Kotthita 35.233(6) Kamabhu 35.234(7) Udayi 35.235(8) The Exposition on Burning 35.236(9) The Simile of Hands and Feet (1) 35.237(10) The Simile of Hands and Feet (2)

IV. The Vipers

35.238(1) The Simile of Vipers 35.239(2) The Simile of the Chariot 35.240(3) The Simile of the Tortoise 35.241(4) The Simile of the Great Log (1) 35.242(5) The Simile of the Great Log (2) 35.243(6) Exposition on the Corrupted 35.244(7) States that Entail Suffering 35.245(8) The Kimsuka Tree 35.246(9) The Simile of the Lute 35.247(10) The Simile of the Six Animals 35.248(11) The Sheaf of Barley

36. Vedana-samyutta (Connected Discourses on Feeling)Edit

I. With Verses

36.1(1) Concentration 36.2(2) Pleasure 36.3(3) Abandonment 36.4(4) The Bottomless Abyss 36.5(5) Should Be Seen 36.6(6) The Dart 36.7(7) The Sick Ward (1) 36.8(8) The Sick Ward (2) 36.9(9) Impermanent 36.10(10) Rooted in Contact

II. Alone

36.11(1) Alone 36.12(2) The Sky (1) 36.13(3) The Sky (2) 36.14(4) The Guest House 36.15(5) Ananda (1) 36.16(6) Ananda (2) 36.17(7) - 18(8) A Number of Bhikkhus 36.19(9) Pancakanga 36.20(10) Bhikkhus

III.The Theme of the Hundred and Eight

36.21(1) Sivaka 36.22(2) The Theme of the Hundred and Eight 36.23(3) A Certain Bhikku 36.24(4) Before 36.25(5) Knowledge 36.26(6) A Number of Bhikkus 36.27(7) Ascetics and Brahmins (1) 36.28(8) Ascetics and Brahmins (2) 36.29(9) Ascetics and Brahmins (3) 36.30(10) Simple Version 36.31(11) Spiritual

37. Matugama-samyutta (Connected Discourses on Women)Edit

I. First Repetition Series (Women)

37.1(1) Agreeable and Disagreeable (1) 37.2(2) Agreeable and Disagreeable (2) 37.3(3) Peculiar 37.4(4) Three Qualities 37.5(5) Angry 37.6(6) - 13(13) Malicious, Etc. 37.14(14) The Five

II. Second Repetition Series (Anuruddha)

37.15(1) Without Anger 37.16(2) - 23(9) Without Malice, Etc. 37.24(10) The Five Precepts

III. Powers

37.25(1) Confident 37.26(2) Having Won Over 37.27(3) Under Her Control 37.28(4) One 37.29(5) In That Respect 37.30(6) They Expel 37.31(7) The Cause 37.32(8) Situations 37.33(9) Confident 37.34(10) Growth

38. Jambhukhadaka-samyutta (Connected Discourses with Jambukhadaka)Edit

38.1 A Question on Nibbana 38.2 Arahantship 38.3 Proponents of Dhamma 38.4 For What Purpose? 38.5 Consolation 38.6 Supreme Consolation 38.7 Feeling 38.8 Taints 38.9 Ignorance 38.10 Craving 38.11 Floods 38.12 Clinging 38.13 Existence 38.14 Suffering 38.15 Identity 38.16 Difficult to Do

39. Samandaka-samyutta (Connected Discourses with Samandaka)Edit

39.1 -16 A Question on Nibbaba, Etc.

40. Moggallana-samyutta (Connected Discourses with Moggallana)Edit

40.1 The First Jhana 40.2 The Second Jhana 40.3 The Third Jhana 40.4The Fouth Jhana 40.5 The Base of the Infinity of Space 40.6 The Base of the Infinity of Consciousness 40.7 The Base of Nothingness 40.8 The Base of Neither-Perception-Nor-Nonperception 40.9 The Signless 40.10 Sakka 40.11 Candana

41. Citta-samyutta (Connected Discourses with Citta)Edit

41.1 The Fetter 41.2 Isidatta (1) 41.3 Isidatta (2) 41.4 Mahaka's Miracle {C}41.5 Kamabhu (1) {C}41.6 Kamabhu (2) {C}41.7 Godatta {C}41.8 Nigantha Nataputta {C}41.9 The Naked Ascetic Kassapa {C}41.10 Seeing the Sick

42. Gamani-samyutta (Connected Discourses to Headmen)Edit

42.1 Canda {C}42.2 Talaputa {C}42.3 Yodhajiva {C}42.4 Hattharoha {C}42.5 Assaroha {C}42.6 Asibandhakaputta {C}42.7 The Simile of the Field {C}42.8 The Conch Blower {C}42.9 Families {C}42.10 Maniculaka {C}42.11 Bhadraka {C}42.12 Rasiya {C}42.13 Pataliya

43. Asankhata-samyutta (Connected Discourses on the Unconditioned)Edit

I. The First Subchapter

43.1(1) Mindfulness Directed to the Body {C}43.2(2) Serenity and Insight {C}43.3(3) With Thought and Examination {C}43.4(4) Emptiness Concentration {C}43.5(5) Establishments of Mindfulness {C}43.6(6) Right Strivings {C}43.7(7) Bases for Spiritual Power {C}43.8(8) Spiritual Faculties {C}43.9(9) Powers {C}43.10(10) Factors of Enlightenment {C}43.11(11) The Eightfold Path {C}

II. The Second Subchapter

}43.12(1) The Unconditioned {C}43.13(2) The Uninclined {C}43.14(3) - 43(32) The Taintless, Etc. {C}43.44(33) The Destination

44. Avyakata-samyutta (Connected Discourses on the Undeclared)Edit

44.1 Khema {C}44.2 Anuradha {C}44.3 Sariputta and Kotthita (1) {C}44.4 Sariputta and Kotthita (2) {C}44.5 Sariputta and Kotthita (3) {C}44.6 Sariputta and Kotthita (4) {C}44.7 Moggallana {C}44.8 Vacchagotta {C}44.9 The Debating Hall 44.10 Ananda (Is There a Self?) {C}44.11 Sabhiya Kaccana

Maha Vagga — The Great SectionEdit

This volume covers the 37 virtues partaking of enlightenment, which are rearranged, starting with the Noble Eightfold Path (including other virtues prior to the Path) the seven enlightenment factors, the four based of mindfulness, the five controlling faculties, the four right efforts, the five powers, the four paths of accomplishment, including other related topics, e.g. the five hindrances, the ten fetters, the Four Noble Truths, the absorptions, along with the attributes of Stream Entrants and the meritorious consequences of the fruition of Stream Entry. This section is classified into 12 samyuttas.

45. Magga-samyuttaEdit

I. Ignorance

45.1 (1) Ignorance {C}45.2 (2) Half the Holy LIfe {C}45.3 (3) Sariputta {C}45.4 (4) The Brahmin {C}45.5 (5) For What Purpose? {C}45.6 (6) A Certain Bhikkhu (1) {C}45.7 (7) A Certain Bhikkhu (2) {C}45.8 (8) Analysis {C}45.9 (9) The Spike {C}45.10 (10) Nandiya

II. Dwelling

45.11 (1) Dwelling (1) {C}45.12 (2) Dwelling (2) {C}45.13 (3) A Trainee {C}45.14 (4) Arising (1) {C}45.15 (5) Arising (2) {C}45.16 (6) Purified (1) {C}45.17 (7) Purified (2) {C}45.18 (8) The Cock's Park (1) 45.19 (9) The Cock's Park (2) {C}45.20 (0) The Cock's Park (3)

III. Wrongness

45.21 (1) Wrongness 45.22 (2) Unwholesome States 45.23 (3) The Way (1) 45.24 (4) The Way (2) 45.25 (5) The Inferior Person (1) 45.26 (6) The Inferior Person (2) 45.27 (7) The Pot 45.28 (8) Concentration 45.29 (9) Feeling 45.30 (10) Uttiya

IV. Practice

V. Wandererd of Other Sects

VI. The Sun Repetition Series

VII. One Thing Repetition Series (1)

VIII. One Thing Repetition Series (2)

IX. First Ganges Repetition Series

X. Second Ganges Repetition Series

XI. Third Ganges Repetition Series

XII. Fourth Ganges Repetition Series

XIII. Diligence

XIV. Strenuous Deeds

XV. Searches

XVI. Floods

46. Bojjhanga-samyuttaEdit

47. Satipatthana-samyuttaEdit

48. Indriya-samyuttaEdit

49. Sammappadhana-samyuttaEdit

50. Bala-samyuttaEdit

51. Iddhipada-samyuttaEdit

52. Anuruddha-samyuttaEdit

53. Jhana-samyuttaEdit

54. Anapana-samyuttaEdit

55. Sotapatti-samyuttaEdit

56. Sacca-samyuttaEdit

Samyukta AgamaEdit

Parallel to the Samyutta Nikaya in Pali is the Samyukta Agama of the Sarvastivada school, preserved in the Chinese Buddhist Canon. This was translated from Sanskrit into Chinese by Gunabhadra in 435-445 CE. It contains approximately 1362 discourses, most of which have close counterparts in the Pali canon. SA 232 SA 236 SA 249 SA 262 SA 273 SA 287 SA 293 SA 296 SA 297 SA 299 SA 300 SA 301 SA 335 1

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