25 Nov Dhammapada, Kalupahana DJ (Text & tr) () Bud- .. of the Sinhalese to be the Buddha’s elected Thera and Therīgatha-atthakathā. 6. Dhammapada. Yathāpi ruciray pupphay vaņņavantay agandhakay, evay subhāsitā vācā aphalā hoti akubbato. Yathāpi ruciraŋ pupphay vanṇavantay .

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Many with a yellow robe on their necks are of evil disposition and uncontrolled. He jumps from life to life like a fruit-loving monkey in the forest. One should not rest satisfied with a mere perusal of these golden sayings. The Buddha on dhammapada gatha sinhala occasion lived alone in a forest. Soon the elephant exerted itself and extricated itself from the mud. Acelaka ascetics wander completely naked.

Hence what is given to those rid of hatred yields abundant fruit. Let him not despise what he has received, nor should he live envying the gains of others.


The provoked husband went to the Buddha and angrily put some questions to the Buddha. Thereupon the Buddha explained that the Arahant had not done so with evil intent but through force of habit from past lives, and on that occasion He sijhala this verse. Guard your mind well. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Dictionary for 51 language combinations, usable offline.

A devotee offered alms to the Buddha when He stood at his door and wished to know what constituted a bhikkhu. 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.


Whoso in the world overcomes this base unruly craving, from him sorrows fall away like water-drops from a lotus-leaf.

Thereupon the Buddha uttered these verses in admonition to him and other monks. He went up to the robbers and ordered them to restore all the stolen property.

The monks saw this and mentioned it to the Buddha. Hearing of his patience, the Buddha uttered this verse in praise of him. Though receiving but little, if a bhikkhu does not despise his own gains, even the gods praise such a one who is pure in livelihood and is not slothful. The Buddha replied that He has no teacher.

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Pali Chanting Book – Pirith Potha. Bombs will be met with bombs. Do not let your mind whirl on sensual pleasures. Finally the father took him to the Buddha who advised the youth on the evils of adultery. The Dhammapada was not preached by the Buddha in the present form.

The Buddha uttered this verse in admonition. Relating how in some of her past births she had enjoyed high estate and in others suffered degradation, He spoke on the manifold evil consequences of craving. Thereupon the Buddha uttered this verse.


The Buddha explained that Arahants have no passions and that the Arahant concerned had been actuated by reverence for the Dhamma. Try Google Play with Chrome. A certain queen was infatuated with her own beauty. The monk was not angered; on the contrary her words induced him to attain Arahantship.


The Buddha uttered this verse in reply. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Like a border city, guarded within and without, so guard yourself. It presents one way of life to the members of the Holy Order and another to the laity.

Special care was taken not to deviate from the traditional commentarial interpretations. Brief is the joy of the frightened man and woman. The husband, suspecting the Arahant, beat him soundly in spite of the pleadings of his wife, who vouched for his innocence.

Just as kusa grass, wrongly grasped, cuts the hand, even so the monkhood wrongly handled drags one to a woeful state. Her husband objected to her habit but she persisted.

Photo meaning and mini game inside. Consequently she realized the transitoriness of life. Amazing way to read the bible in telugu language. The Buddha uttered this verse when the monks reported to the Buddha that the Venerable Uggasena, an Arahant, claimed that he had no fear. Buddhism appeals both to the masses and to the intelligentsia.

This dhammapada gatha sinhala both spiritual and worldly situations.