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LESSON 92 There are these three supreme objects of confidence19 11 2010 FREE ONLINE eNālandā Research and Practice UNIVERSITY-GOOD GOVERNANCE-U.P. has great potential of industrial development
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§ 90. {Iti 3.41; Iti 87}   

[Alternate translation: Ireland]

This was said by the Blessed One, said by the Arahant, so I have heard: “There are these three supreme objects of confidence. Which three?

“Among whatever beings there may be — footless, two-footed, four-footed, many footed; with form or formless; percipient, non-percipient, neither percipient nor non-percipient — the Tathagata, worthy & rightly self-awakened, is considered supreme. Those who have confidence in the Awakened One have confidence in what is supreme; and for those with confidence in the supreme, supreme is the result.

Among whatever qualities there may be, fabricated or unfabricated, the quality of dispassion — the subduing of intoxication, the elimination of thirst, the uprooting of attachment, the breaking of the round, the destruction of craving, dispassion, cessation, the realization of Unbinding — is considered supreme. Those who have confidence in the quality of dispassion have confidence in what is supreme; and for those with confidence in the supreme, supreme is the result.

“Among whatever fabricated qualities there may be, the Noble Eightfold Path — right view, right resolve, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, right concentration — is considered supreme. Those who have confidence in the Noble Eightfold Path have confidence in what is supreme; and for those with confidence in the supreme, supreme is the result.

“Among whatever communities or groups there may be, the Sangha of the Tathagata’s disciples is considered supreme — i.e., the four [groups of noble disciples] when taken as pairs, the eight when taken as persons.[1] Those who have confidence in the Sangha have confidence in what is supreme; and for those with confidence in the supreme, supreme will be the result.

“These, monks, are the three supreme objects of confidence.”

With

confidence,

          realizing the supreme Dhamma

          to be supreme,

confidence in the supreme Buddha,

          unsurpassed

          in deserving offerings;

confidence in the supreme Dhamma,

          the stilling of dispassion,

          bliss;

confidence in the supreme Sangha,

          unsurpassed

          as a field of merit;

having given gifts to the supreme,

          one develops supreme merit,

          supreme long life & beauty,

          status, honor,

bliss, & strength.

Having given to the supreme,

          the wise person, centered

          in supreme Dhamma,

whether becoming a divine or human being,

          rejoices,

having attained the supreme.

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Information & Public Relations Department, U.P.

U.P. has great potential of industrial development

Hon’ble Chief Minister ji

Hon

’ble Chief Minister visits U.P. Pavilion at International Trade Fair

Lucknow: 17 November 2010

The Uttar Pradesh Hon

ble Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati ji today visited

the U.P. Pavilion set up at the India International Trade Fair-2010 being

held at Pragati Maidan New Delhi. Speaking on the occasion, she said that

U.P. had great potential of industrial development. The Uttar Pradesh

Government was committed to provide all basic facilities and all possible

cooperation to the investors willing to invest in the State, she added. The

State Government expected private sectors cooperation in exploiting all

these possibilities, she stated. She said that her government was serious

towards industrial development of the State. The entrepreneurs, investing in

education, health, energy and agriculture sectors, were being provided

proper encouragement and facilities, she pointed out.

Honble Chief Minister ji said that the State Government was providing

infrastructure facilities besides better law and order to the capital investors

for setting up industries in the State. The State Government was

encouraging green energy and work on gas based projects was in full swing.

She said that the State would become self-reliant in the field of power

generation by 2014 and the pace of various power projects had been

accelerated in an effort to energise all the households of the State. The State

Government was also committed to encourage small, cottage, traditional and

handicraft industries of the State besides the industrial development,

because these sectors offered great employment opportunities. Therefore,

the State Government had made proper arrangements in the budget to

encourage these industries. Besides, the incentive amount being provided to

entrepreneurs under various heads to encourage exports had been revised

upwards. On-line arrangements had been made to dispose of problems of

the entrepreneurs in a quick manner.

Honble Chief Minister ji said that her government had been

constructing 8-lane Yamuna Express Way between Greater Noida and Agra.

This project was being developed on the basis of private capital investment.

After the completion of Yamuna Express Way and Ganga Express Way, being

constructed with latest world level technology and facilities and also after the

completion of various other express ways, the development of the State

would get a new dimension. Besides, the areas situated along with these

express ways would also develop rapidly.

The Hon

ble Chief Minister ji said that the State Government with an

objective to end regional imbalances and unemployment from the State had

taken several steps for the development of backward areas like Bundelkhand

and Poorvanchal. Besides, to encourage setting up of industries in these

areas, arrangements had been made to give special relaxations to them.

Various units of Gautam Buddha Nagar, Ghaziabad, Meerut, Kanpur

Nagar, Ramabai Nagar, Sant Ravidas Nagar (Bhadohi), Lucknow, Varanasi,

Ballia, Bulandshahr, Moradabad and Saharanpur districts displayed their

products related with the theme of the Mela in an attractive manner at the

Pavilion. The displayed products were related with green energy, waste

management, pollution control, gas based filtration plants, R.O. systems,

power saving devices, tractors, cycle, car, milk production, edible spices,

artificial jewellery, leather products, handicrafts, readymade garments,

chikan work, carpets, Ayurvedic products etc. About 136 units displayed

their products at various stalls set up at the Mela site.

Various achievements of the industrial development, reconstruction of

rural roads, widening of important rural roads and their repair works have

been displayed at the pavilion in a better and impressive way. Uttar Pradesh,

in its quest to make constant efforts to progress in a better way, has created

better atmosphere of industrialisation, export promotion and healthy

industrial environment. Noida Development Authority, Greater Noida

Development Authority, U.P.S.I.D.C., Software Technology Park, Non-

Conventional Energy Department presented their works and facilities in an

impressive manner. The Chief Minister, while appreciating the pavilion

expressed the hope that the creations of National and State level award

winning craftsmen displayed at the pavilion would be a centre of attraction

for the visitors.

Several important steps taken by the State Government for the

welfare of SC/ST have also been displayed at the U.P. pavilion. Besides,

various activities of industrial development taking place at Noida and Greater

Noida have also been displayed at the pavilion. The exterior of the pavilion

displayed products and services related with energy, labour, technology etc.

and also the all round development of the State. All of them have been

displayed in various colours in an impressive manner.

On the outer side of the U.P. pavilion a replica of Dr. Bhimrao

Ambedkar Samajik Parivartan Sthal has been created. A four faced statue of

Mahatama Buddha has been placed next to it and the elephants have been

placed with a welcome gesture. The memorial place of the hero of the

Bahujan, Manyawar Sri Kanshiram ji has also been displayed at the pavilion.

Besides, the Honble Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati ji has also been shown

distributing cheques among the beneficiaries of U.P. Mukhyamantri

Mahamaya Garib Arthik Madad Yojana. Besides, the collage of newly

constructed memorials has also been displayed at the main hall.

Besides, NEDA has set up a hut illuminated by solar lights and lantern

which depicts the theme of energy conservation and use of non-conventional

energy for rural areas. Moreover, various collage related with medical health

and family welfare, energy, rural roads, Ganga-Jamuni culture of U.P. and

development of the State have also been shown at the pavilion. Likewise,

various features of Mahamaya Garib Balika Ashirvad Yojana and Savitri Bai

Phule Balika Shiksha Madad Yojana have also been displayed at the pavilion.

Besides, the attractive and liberal resettlement and rehabilitation policy

announced by U.P. Government for the land acquisition of the farmers has

also been displayed at the pavilion. Moreover, various welfare schemes

being conducted by the State Government for the welfare of SC/ST and BPL

families have also been shown at the pavilion.

Two huge L.E.D. have been set up at the pavilion, through which

various achievements of the State Government were being shown at the

pavilion. The Chairman State Advisory Council Mr. Satish Chandra Mishra,

Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh, Chief Secretary Mr. Atul

Kumar Gupta, Resident Commissioner Mr. Pankaj Agarwal, IDC Mr. Anoop

Mishra, Principal Secretary Information Mr. Vijay Shankar Pandey, Principal

Secretary Small Industries Mr. Srikrishna and senior officers of various

departments were present on the occasion.

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LESSON 91 The Discourse on the Orderliness of the Dhamma 18 11 2010 FREE ONLINE eNālandā Research and Practice UNIVERSITY-GOOD GOVERNANCE-
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LESSON 91 The Discourse on the Orderliness of the Dhamma 18 11 2010 FREE ONLINE eNālandā Research and Practice UNIVERSITY

Awakeness Practices

All 84,000 Khandas As Found in the Pali Suttas

Traditionally the are 84,000 Dharma Doors - 84,000 ways to get Awakeness. Maybe so; certainly the Buddha taught a large number of practices that lead to Awakeness. This web page attempts to catalogue those found in the Pali Suttas (DN, MN, SN, AN, Ud & Sn 1). There are 3 sections:

The discourses of Buddha are divided into 84,000, as to separate addresses. The division includes all that was spoken by Buddha.”I received from Buddha,” said Ananda, “82,000 Khandas, and  from the priests 2000; these are 84,000 Khandas maintained by me.” They are divided into 275,250, as to the stanzas of the original text, and into 361,550, as to the stanzas of the commentary. All the discourses including both those of Buddha and those of the commentator, are divided  into 2,547 banawaras, containing 737,000 stanzas, and 29,368,000 separate letters.

“‘This is the direct path for the purification of beings, for the overcoming of sorrow & lamentation, for the disappearance of pain & distress, for the attainment of the right method, & for the realization of Unbinding — in other words, the four frames of reference.’ Thus was it said, and in reference to this was it said.”

That is what the Blessed One said. Gratified, the monks delighted in the Blessed One’s words.

BUDDHA (EDUCATE)!               DHAMMA (MEDITATE)!              SANGHA (ORGANISE)!

WISDOM           IS            POWER

Awakened One Shows the Path to Attain Ultimate Bliss

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AN 3.134 

PTS: A i 286 

Thai III.137

Dhamma-niyama Sutta: The Discourse on the Orderliness of the Dhamma

translated from the Pali by

Thanissaro Bhikkhu

© 1996–2010

“Monks, whether or not there is the arising of Tathagatas, this property stands — this steadfastness of the Dhamma, this orderliness of the Dhamma: All processes are inconstant.

“The Tathagata directly awakens to that, breaks through to that. Directly awakening & breaking through to that, he declares it, teaches it, describes it, sets it forth. He reveals it, explains it, & makes it plain: All processes are inconstant.

“Whether or not there is the arising of Tathagatas, this property stands — this steadfastness of the Dhamma, this orderliness of the Dhamma: All processes are stressful.

“The Tathagata directly awakens to that, breaks through to that. Directly awakening & breaking through to that, he declares it, teaches it, describes it, sets it forth. He reveals it, explains it, & makes it plain: All processes are stressful.

“Whether or not there is the arising of Tathagatas, this property stands — this steadfastness of the Dhamma, this orderliness of the Dhamma: All phenomena are not-self.[1]

“The Tathagata directly awakens to that, breaks through to that. Directly awakening & breaking through to that, he declares it, teaches it, describes it, sets it forth. He reveals it, explains it, & makes it plain: All phenomena are not-self.”

Note

1.

The suttas are inconsistent on the question of whether Unbinding counts as a phenomenon (dhamma). Iti 90, among others, states clearly that it is. AN 10.58, however, calls Unbinding the ending of all phenomena. Sn 5.6 quotes the Buddha as calling the attainment of the goal the transcending of all phenomena, just as Sn 4.6 and Sn 4.10 state that the arahant has transcended dispassion, said to be the highest phenomenon. If the former definition applies here, Unbinding would be not-self. If the latter, the word phenomenon (as more inclusive than fabrication) would apply to the non-returner’s experience of the Deathless (see AN 9.36). The arahant’s experience of Unbinding would be neither self nor not-self, as it lies beyond all designations (see DN 15).

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C.M. greets people on Eid-ul-azha

Lucknow: 16 November 2010

The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati has

greeted the people of the State, especially Muslim

brethren, on the occasion of Eid-ul-azha (Bakrid).

In a greetings message, Ms. Mayawati said that

festival of Eid-ul-azha gave the message of peaceful

coexistence by maintaining social harmony and

brotherhood. She said that Hazrat Ibrahim set up the

example of sacrificing his most dear son Hazrat Ismail in

the name of God. This example still inspires people for

extreme sacrifice and love, she added.

Ms. Mayawati ji has appealed the people to

maintain the atmosphere of peace and harmony on the

occasion of Eid-ul-azha. She expressed the hope that this

festival would be celebrated with the tradition of helping

poor people and feeling of sacrifice and simplicity.

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APEAL TO SAVE 
DR. BABASAIAB AMBEDKAR’S
 
BIRTH PLACE MEMORIAL
 
FROM DESTRUCTIVE ACTION OF THE ESTATE OFFICER
 
CANTONMENT BOARD. MHOW

Despite challenging before the honorable high court Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh for interim relief in illegal action of the estate officer cantonment board Mhow by digging for underground sumptank nearby [adjoining land ] The Dr. Babasahab Ambedkar smarak at his birth place Mhow to raise illegal construction of fire brigade station which will definitely damage the monument hampering it’s strength , it’s beauty and it’s sacred importance , as per opinion of the architect consultant , collector and P.W.D. Indore .The estate officer cantonment board still continuing illegal construction speedily with ill intention.

So now it is felt necessary ,all the democratic agencies audio visual agencies ,print media agencies and all political leaders who believe Dr.Ambedkar deserve to be commemorate for centuries as he devoted his life for social justice and religious revolution and had succeeded in getting included socio-economic and political equal rights as fundamental rights in the constitution, they all should raise the voice country wide on street and in parliament as well.
I feel it is the moral duty of the all constitutionally elected public representatives to make the parliament to resolve in this parliament session to not to allow construction surrounding to safeguard the strength , beauty, and sacred importance of the monument. This monument is naturally surrounded by all religious temples. In the east swarn mandir a Jain temple in the west masjid and in the south Ram mandir and Sikh Gurudwara exists .As such this extreme north-east portion of the cantonment naturally situated as secular campus having all religion temples together. By enforcing mismatch development fundamental right of the secularism is being denied.

Recently it is heard that the eastate officer cantonment board has undertaken the development work for technical purposes in the open grounds of this religious campus , the extreme north east portion of the cantonment so that no pilgrims enter into or gather for religious deliberations. As per our knowledge this is the only place in India where all religion temples exist in a capus and surrounded to each other and secular deliberations held in open grounds since this land has given the world’s most secular socialist democrat Dr. Bheemrao Ambedkar . Planned development plan of this area needs to be revised to suit sacred entity of this religious portion.

I am being a Buddhist Monk can only look forward to the media only, which is the most believable part of the democracy, always raises voice of the voiceless, I belief the media will ask all parliamentarians to raise this issue in this parliament session only.
“Bhavantu Sabba Mangalam” 
[Bhante Sanghsheel]
(President Dr.Baba Saheb Ambedkar Memorial Society, Mhow)

 

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