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LESSON 112 Puttamansa Sutta A Son s Flesh 15 12 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.

Course Programs:

SN 12.63 

PTS: S ii 97 

CDB i 597

Puttamansa Sutta: A Son’s Flesh

translated from the Pali by

Thanissaro Bhikkhu

© 2000–2010

Alternate translation: Nyanaponika

At Savatthi… “There are these four nutriments for the maintenance of beings who have come into being or for the support of those in search of a place to be born. Which four? Physical food,  gross or refined; contact as the second, intellectual intention the third, and consciousness the fourth. These are the four nutriments for the maintenance of beings who have come into being or for the support of those in search of a place to be born.

“And how is physical food to be regarded? Suppose a couple, husband & wife, taking meager provisions, were to travel through a desert. With them would be their only baby son, dear & appealing. Then the meager provisions of the couple going through the desert would be used up & depleted while there was still a stretch of the desert yet to be crossed. The thought would occur to them, ‘Our meager provisions are used up & depleted while there is still a stretch of this desert yet to be crossed. What if we were to kill this only baby son of ours, dear & appealing, and make dried meat & jerky. That way — chewing on the flesh of our son — at least the two of us would make it through this desert. Otherwise, all three of us would perish.’ So they would kill their only baby son, loved & endearing, and make dried meat & jerky. Chewing on the flesh of their son, they would make it through the desert. While eating the flesh of their only son, they would beat their breasts, [crying,] ‘Where have you gone, our only baby son? Where have you gone, our only baby son?’ Now what do you think, monks: Would that couple eat that food playfully or for intoxication, or for putting on bulk, or for beautification?”

“No, lord.”

“Wouldn’t they eat that food simply for the sake of making it through that desert?”

“Yes, lord.”

“In the same way, I tell you, is the nutriment of physical food to be regarded. When physical food is comprehended, passion for the five strings of sensuality is comprehended. When passion for the five strings of sensuality is comprehended, there is no fetter bound by which a disciple of the noble ones would come back again to this world.

“And how is the nutriment of contact to be regarded? Suppose a flayed cow were to stand leaning against a wall. The creatures living in the wall would chew on it. If it were to stand leaning against a tree, the creatures living in the tree would chew on it. If it were to stand exposed to water, the creatures living in the water would chew on it. If it were to stand exposed to the air, the creatures living in the air would chew on it. For wherever the flayed cow were to stand exposed, the creatures living there would chew on it. In the same say, I tell you, is the nutriment of contact to be regarded. When the nutriment of contact is comprehended, the three feelings [pleasure, pain, neither pleasure nor pain] are comprehended. When the three feelings are comprehended, I tell you, there is nothing further for a disciple of the noble ones to do.

“And how is the nutriment of intellectual intention to be regarded? Suppose there were a pit of glowing embers, deeper than a man’s height, full of embers that were neither flaming nor smoking, and a man were to come along — loving life, hating death, loving pleasure, abhorring pain — and two strong men, having grabbed him by the arms, were to drag him to the pit of embers. To get far away would be that man’s intention, far away would be his wish, far away would be his aspiration. Why is that? Because he would realize, ‘If I fall into this pit of glowing embers, I will meet with death from that cause, or with death-like pain.’ In the same say, I tell you, is the nutriment of intellectual intention to be regarded. When the nutriment of intellectual intention is comprehended, the three forms of craving [for sensuality, for becoming, and for non-becoming] are comprehended. When the three forms of craving are comprehended, I tell you, there is nothing further for a disciple of the noble ones to do.

“And how is the nutriment of consciousness to be regarded? Suppose that, having arrested a thief, a criminal, they were to show him to the king: ‘This is a thief, a criminal for you, your majesty. Impose on him whatever punishment you like.’ So the king would say, ‘Go, men, and shoot him in the morning with a hundred spears.’ So they would shoot him in the morning with a hundred spears. Then the king would say at noon, ‘Men, how is that man?’ ‘Still alive,  your majesty.’ So the king would say, ‘Go, men, and shoot him at noon with a hundred spears.’ So they would shoot him at noon with a hundred spears. Then the king would say in the evening, ‘Men, how is that man?’ ‘Still alive,  your majesty.’ So the king would say, ‘Go, men, and shoot him in the evening with a hundred spears.’ So they would shoot him in the evening with a hundred spears. Now what do you think, monks: Would that man, being shot with three hundred spears a day, experience pain & distress from that cause?”

“Even if he were to be shot with only one spear, lord, he would experience pain & distress from that cause, to say nothing of three hundred spears.”

“In the same say, I tell you, monks, is the nutriment of consciousness to be regarded. When the nutriment of consciousness is comprehended, name & form are comprehended. When name & form are comprehended, I tell you, there is nothing further for a disciple of the noble ones to do.”

See also: SN 12.11; SN 12.12; SN 12.31; SN 12.64; AN 10.27; The Four Nutriments of Life by Nyanaponika Thera.

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Complete various schemes related with integrated development of Varanasi on war-footing

— Hon’ble Chief Minister ji

On the directives of Hon’ble Chief Minister ji, Chairman

State Advisory Council conducts spot verification of

development works being carried out in Varanasi

Lucknow : 14 December 2010

The Hon’ble Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Ms. Mayawati ji

directed the officers to ensure that the various schemes being

carried out for the integrated development of Varanasi were

completed on war-footing. She directed them to complete the

Pandeypur and Chauka Ghat under-construction flyover by March

2011. She set May 2011 deadline for the completion of laying of

sewer and pipe-lines works.

Hon’ble Chief Minister ji directed the officers related with the

departments like Jal Nigam, Housing Development, Energy, Public

Works etc to ensure that projects related with their respective

departments, being carried out in Varanasi, were completed at

quick pace as all of them were related with the urban

infrastructure. She also asked them to focus on the quality of the

construction works. She directed them to ensure that the people

faced no difficulty because of the implementation of these

schemes.

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji gave these orders, when the

Chairman U.P. State Advisory Council Mr. Satish Chandra Mishra

apprised her of the inferences of his spot verification of the various

development works being carried out in Varanasi. It may be

recalled that in December 2008 Hon’ble Chief Minister Ms.

Mayawati ji had laid foundation of various development works to

ensure all round development of Varanasi city.

It may be recalled that Hon’ble Chief Minister ji, during a

high level review meeting of law and order and development works

held on 27 November last, had elaborated on the steps being

taken by the State Government for the phased development of

cities. She had authorised Mr. Mishra to review the progress of

various schemes being implemented by the State Government for

the betterment of necessary infrastructure facilities of various

cities. She had also directed the Chairman of the State Advisory

Council to visit various cities and conduct spot verification and

extensive review of various schemes to ensure quality in the

construction works as the same were being carried out for

strengthening of infrastructure facilities of the cities. She had also

directed him to ask the officers to ensure that the projects were

completed in a time bound manner.

Following these directives of the Hon’ble Chief Minister, the

Chairman of State Advisory Council Mr. Mishra visited Varanasi

and made inspection of Trans Varuna Sewerage Yojana, Diversion

of Nagwa Nullah, Pandeypur and Chauka Ghat Flyover. Afterwards,

he held a review meeting with senior officers related to various

projects and apprised them about the directives of the Hon’ble

Chief Minister. She said that the Hon’ble Chief Minister had given

the directives to complete different development works on priority

basis. Expressing concern over the cleanliness of the city, the

Hon’ble Chief Minister had given strict directives to Nagar Nigam

to ensure proper cleanliness.

On the occasion of Varanasi visit, the State Advisory Council

Chairman garlanded the statue of Sant Guru Ravidas ji set up in

Sant Ravidas Park. He also gathered information regarding the

facilities being made available at different Ghats.

It may be recalled that Mr. Satish Chandra Mishra would

review the progress of different development works tomorrow on

December 15, 2010 in Allahabad, foundation of which had been

laid by the Hon’ble Chief Minister ji.

Principal Secretary to C.M. Mr. R.P. Singh, Principal Secretary

P.W.D. Mr. Ravindra Singh, Principal Secretary Urban

Development Mr. Alok Ranjan, Commissioner, DM and other senior

officers were present during the visit of Varanasi by Mr. Mishra.

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P. Chidambaram’s statement regarding increase in crime in New Delhi irresponsible

Chidambaram talking about North Indians like other irresponsible persons

Lucknow : 13 December 2010

The Hon’ble Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Ms.

Mayawati ji has termed the statement of the Union Home

Minister Mr. P. Chidambaram, in which he said that outsiders

were responsible for increasing crime in Delhi, as

irresponsible and malicious. She said that the Union Home

Minister should apologise to the people of the country.

Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that Delhi was the capital

of the country and people of the country had a right to live in

Delhi. She said that Mr. Chidambaram had been talking

about the North Indians like other irresponsible persons. She

said that it seems Mr. Chidambaram was trying to hide his

weaknesses through this statement.

Ms. Mayawati ji said that owing to the anti-poor and

anti-labour policies of the Congress government, which ruled

Country and States for a long time, the people of Northern

states had to migrate to Delhi and other big cities in search

of employment. She said that even though the North Indians

had been contributing in the development and economy of

Delhi and other States, yet they were being insulted in other

states. Holding Congress governments fully responsible for

this, she said that the Union Home Minister should have paid

attention towards these facts as well before issuing any

statement.

Ms. Mayawati ji said that everybody knew that the law

and order and crime control of Delhi state was under the

control of Union Home Ministry. Therefore, it was very

unfortunate that the Union Home Minister, in his effort to

hide his weaknesses, was holding people from U.P. and Bihar

responsible for the increasing crime in Delhi today. She said

that the people of U.P. and Bihar would not pardon him for

this unfortunate statement.

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Published in The Employment News : 11-17 December, 2010

NCERT, an apex organization for Educational Research, Teacher Training and Development of

Curriculum and Instructional material in school education, invites applications for various

academic

positions

for its constituent units all over India. These posts are transferable amongst the

constituent units

of the Council located in Ajmer, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Mysore and Shillong.

The Council follows the UGC guidelines for recruitment of its faculty and Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan

guidelines for recruitment of School Teaching staff. However, NCERT.s own thrust and focus areas

should be reflected in the background of potential candidates. Therefore, keeping in view the interdisciplinary

activities and in order to have the best candidates suited to the requirements in the subject

areas, the candidates, apart from qualifications and experience prescribed by the UGC and KVS may

also possess specialization in the subject areas as desirable.

1. Associate Professor Theoretical Physics : 01 (UR)

2. Associate Professor in Mathematics : 01 (UR)

3. Associate Professor in Education : 01 (UR) -

Desirable : Specialization in Elementary Education

4. Assistant Professor in Botany : 01 (UR)

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7. Assistant Professor in Nuclear Physics : 01 (OBC)

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10. Assistant Professorr in English : 01 (UR)

11. Assistant Professor in Education : 01 (UR)

12. Assistant Professor in Arts & Aesthetics : 01 (UR)

13. Headmaster : 01 (SC)

14. P.G.T. (Chemistry) : 01 (SC)

15. Headmistress (Nursery): 01 (UR)

16. Nursery School Teacher: 01 (UR)

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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (Existing Scale of pay : Rs.37,400-67,000 with AGP Rs.9,000)

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ii. A Master.s Degree with at least 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever

grading system is followed).

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position equivalent to that of Assistant Professor in a University, College or Accredited Research

Institution/Industry excluding the period of Ph.D. research with evidence of published work and a

minimum of 5 publications as books and/or research/policy papers.

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mediated teaching learning process with evidence of having guided doctoral candidates and research

students.

v. A minimum score as stipulated in the Academic Performance Indicator (API) based Performance

Based Appraisal System (PBAS), set out in Appendix III of the UGC Regulations.

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ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (Existing Scale of pay Rs. 15600-39100 with AGP-6000)

i. Good academic record as defined by the concerned university with at least 55% marks (or an

equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) at the Master.s Degree level

in a relevant subject from an Indian University, or an equivalent degree from an accredited foreign

university.

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Test (NET) conducted by the UGC, CSIR or similar test accredited by the UGC like SLET/SET.

iii. Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-clauses (i) and (ii) to this Clause, candidates, who are,

or have been awarded a Ph.D. Degree in accordance with the U.G.C. (Minimum Standards and

Procedure for Award of Ph.D. Degree) Regulations, 2009, shall be exempted from the requirement

of the minimum eligibility condition of NET/SLET/SET for recruitment and appointment of Assistant

Professor or equivalent position in Universities/Colleges/ Institutions.

iv. NET/SLET/SET shall also not be required for such Masters Programmes in disciplines for which

NET/SLET/SET in not conducted.

Headmaster (Existing Scale of Pay : Rs.15,600 . Rs. 39,100 with GP Rs. 6,600) (PB-III)

i) Master.s Degree from recognized University with atleast 50% marks in aggregate.

ii) B.Ed. or equivalent teaching degree.

iii) Age limit . 35-50 years relaxable upto five years in the case of Council.s employees.

Desireable: Knowledge of Computer Operation.

Experience:

i) Persons holding analogous post; or posts of Principals in the grade of Rs.15,600 . Rs. 39,100

with GP Rs. 6,600 (PB III); OR

ii) Vice Principals/Asstt. Education Officer in the pay scale of Rs.15,600 . Rs. 39,100 with GP

Rs.5,400 (PB III) with 06 years. service in the aforesaid grade: or

iii) Persons holding group .B. posts or the posts of PGTs or Lecturer in the pay scale of Rs.9,300 .

Rs.34,800 with GP Rs.4,800 (PB II) or equivalent with atleast 08 years. regular service in the

aforesaid grade.

Post Graduate Teacher (P.G.T.) (Existing Scale of Pay : Rs.9,300 . Rs.34,800

with GP Rs.4,800)(PB-II)

i) Two years integrated Post Graduate M.Sc. Course of Regional Institute of Education of NCERT in

the concerned subject;

OR

Masters. Degree from a recognized University with at least 50% marks in Chemistry/ Bio

Chemistry.

ii) B.Ed. or equivalent qualification from recognized University.

iii) Proficiency in teaching in Hindi and English.

iv) Age limit . 40 years relaxable upto five years in the case of Council.s employees.

Desirable: Knowledge of Computer Application.

HEADMISTRESS (NURSERY) (Existing Scale of Pay : Rs.9,300.Rs.34,800 with GP

Rs.4,600)(PB-II)

i. A Graduate Degree with second class (50% marks) and training in Early Childhood Education .

Certificate, Diploma, Degree with second class (50% marks)

ii. A minimum of Five years experience in working with pre-school children.

iii.

Desirable: Certificate/Degree in Music, Dance or Art.

iv.

Age limit: 30 years relaxable upto five years in the case of Council.s employees.

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NURSERY SCHOOL TEACHER (Existing Scale of Pay : Rs.9,300 . Rs.34,800 with

GP Rs.4,200)(PB-II)

i. Senior Secondary School Certificate or equivalent

ii. Nursery Teacher Training Certificate from a recognized institution or equivalent.

iii.

Desirable: Knowledge of Hindi; and Experience as Nursery Teacher.

iv.

Age limit: 25 years relaxable upto five years in the case of Council.s employees.

General Conditions:

1. NCERT reserves the right to increase or decrease the number of vacancies advertised aS per need

or cancel the advertisement itself without any notification.

2. Mere fulfillment of qualifications and other requirement laid down does not entitle a candidate to

be called for interview. Mere submission of application will not entail a right for claiming interview.

3. NCERT reserves the right to raise the minimum eligibility qualifications etc. in order to restrict the

number of candidates to be called for interview.

4. Applicants serving Government, Quasi-Government, Public Sector Undertaking and Autonomous

Organizations should apply through proper channel.

5. Appointment of selected candidates is subject to verification of Caste and Character & Antecedents

as the case may be from the concerned Authorities, as per the NCERT rules.

6. The selected candidates are liable to be posted in any constituent unit of the NCERT.

Therefore,

only those candidates who are willing to serve anywhere in India may apply.

7. Only Indian Nationals need apply.

8. The relaxation in respect of candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC/Persons with Disabilities categories

is provided in accordance with the UGC/GOI/NCERT rules.

9. Age, qualifications and pay scales are as per the NCERT/UGC/KVS/Govt. of India norms.

10. In case a candidate wishes to apply for more than one post, he/she may fill separate application

alongwith the requisite fee for each post. All applications should be completed in all respect as

each will have a separate reference number.

11. Enclose Two unstamped envelope (size 4″x9″) with complete postal address and PIN Code.

12.

The applications without complete information, required documents and received after

the due date will summarily be rejected and no correspondence on this will be

entertained.

However, in view of the nature of work of the Council, only short listed candidates will be called for

interview.

Application on prescribed format along with attested photocopies of documents relating to

qualifications including mark sheets, recent photograph, crossed DD of Rs.100/-non-refundable (not

required for SC/ST/Persons with Disabilities candidates and Council employees) favouring

Secretary,

NCERT

payable at State Bank of India, NCERT, Branch, New Delhi-110016 be sent to the

Section Officer, Recruitment-I Section, Room No. 13, 5

th Floor, ZH Block, NCERT, New Delhi-110016.

The last date for submission of the application is

January 10, 2011.

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http://www.tribuneindia.com/2010/20101213/nation.htm#11

70 pc seats for SCs, ST students in 3 new UP colleges
Tribune News Service

Lucknow, December 12
Three new medical and one para-medical colleges are coming up at Kannauj, Jalaun and Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh. And the special thing about these institutes is that they would provide 70 per cent reservation to the students of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe category.

A decision in this regard was taken by the Mayawati Government, who has decided to run these colleges under the Special Component Plan (SCP) meant for Dalit welfare. As per earlier plans, these institutes were to be run on public-private partnership.

According to an official spokesperson, the decision to this effect was taken by Chief Minister Mayawati to fulfil the objectives of the SCP plan and to ensure better medical facilities to the poor among the ‘sarv samaj’, including SC/STs.

Accordingly, Mayawati has directed the college officials to get recognition from the Medical Council of India.

VOICE OF SARVAJAN

http://www.tribuneindia.com/2010/20101213/himachal.htm#1

BJP chief booked under SC/ST Act
Party leader Ram Singh accuses state BJP chief Khimi Ram of objecting his nomination on the grounds of caste
Subhash Sharma

Kullu, December 12
State BJP chief Khimi Ram Sharma has been booked on a complaint lodged by the district BJP chief Ram Singh. He alleged in his complaint that the state president had supported senior BJP leader and state executive member Dharam Vir Dhami objecting Ram Singh’s nomination on the grounds that Ram belonged to a particular caste and tribe.

Superintendent of Police Abhishek Dullar confirmed that a case under Section-3/989 of the SC/ST Act has been registered on the complaint of Ram Singh. He said he would get the matter inquired by a senior gazetted officer and action could be taken after the preliminary investigations. No arrest could be made until the inquiry was completed, he added.

Local MLA Goving Singh Thakur was also present at the meeting for the selection of party candidate for Municipal Council president from Kullu. Govind supported Ram Singh’ nomination while Khimi Ram and Dharam Vir were for Rishabh Kalia. Goving did not pick up the telephone when this correspondent tried to contact him.

owever, party sources said the moment Rishabh’s name was finalised, Ram Singh walked out with the allegations that he was insulted because of he being a tribal.

The differences within the BJP cadre could affect the ongoing panchayats, zila parishad, panchayat samiti and Municipal Councils’ elections in this district.

The Congress had lost all three seats of the district to the BJP during the last assembly elections due to an incident of caste-related slogans raised from the Congress election meeting dais.

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