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Dhammapada Verse 239 Annatara brahmana Vatthu - Purify Yourself Gradually

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Verse 239. Purify Yourself Gradually

Little by little, time after time,
successively then let the sage
blow away all blemishes
just as a smith with silver.

Explanation: Wise persons, moment by moment, little by little,
remove the blemishes off their own selves, just like the smiths removing
impurities off silver.


Dhammapada Verse 239
Annatara brahmana Vatthu

Anupubbena medhavi
thokam thokam khane khane
kammaro rajatasseva
niddhame malamattano.

Verse 239: By degrees, little by little, from moment to moment a wise man
removes his own impurities (moral defilements), as a smith removes the dross of
silver or gold.


The Story of a Brahmin

While residing at the Jetavana monastery, the Buddha uttered Verse (239) of
this book, with reference to a brahmin.

Once, a brahmin saw a group of bhikkhus re-arranging their robes as they were
preparing to enter the city for alms-food. While he was looking, he found that
the robes of some of the bhikkhus touched the ground and got wet because of dew
on the grass. So he cleared that patch of ground. The next day, he found that as
the robes of the bhikkhus touched bare ground, the robes got dirty. So he
covered that patch of ground with sand. Then again, he observed that the
bhikkhus would sweat when the sun was shining and that they got wet when it was
raining. So finally, he built a rest house for the bhikkhus at the place where
they gathered before entering the city for alms-food.

When the building was finished, he invited the Buddha and the bhikkhus for
alms-food. The brahmin explained to the Buddha how he had performed this
meritorious deed step by step. To him the Buddha replied “O Brahmin! The
wise perform their acts of merit little by little, and gradually and constantly
they remove the impurities of moral defilements.”

Then the Buddha spoke in verse as follows:

Verse 239: By degrees, little by little, from moment
to moment a wise man removes his own impurities (moral defilements),
as a smith removes the dross of silver or gold.

At the end of the discourse the brahmin attained Sotapatti Fruition.


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SALUTATION TO TWENTY-EIGHT BUDDHA
Atthavisati Buddha Vandana
The following stanzas are recited in salutation to the 28 Buddhas who have appeared in this world during various periods. The Buddhist scriptures record the names of these Buddhas. Going back into the distant past of the universe which has appeared and disintegrated countless times, the Buddha visualized innumerable periods of earlier, Buddhas.
 The Buddhas in the past are infinite in number. Of the known 28 Buddhas, only four Buddhas belong to this present world cycle, the fourth being Gautama the Buddha whose teachings we now follow. In time to come and during the course of the present universe itself, one more Buddha will appear. He will be the Maitreya Buddha. The present world system would thus have a total of five Buddhas. This clearly shows that Buddhists do not subscribe to the idea that the world will end in the near future.
 Buddhists pay their homage in veneration to all these Buddhas. In essence, all these Buddhas are exactly the same as the Buddha of this world I cycle. They have all realized the same Universal Truth (Dhamma) that Sakyamuni Buddha had realized and they have all His qualities.
Atthavisati Buddha Vandana
Pali
English Translation
Vande Tanhamkaram Buddham
Vande Medhamkaram munim
Saranamkaram munim vande
Dipamkaram jinam name
I respect Tanhamkaram, the wise.
I respect Medhamkaram, the sage,
Saranamkaram the sage, I respect.
Dipamkaram the conqueror, I respect.
Vande Kondanna sattharam
Vande Mangala nayakam
Vande Sumana sambuddham
Vande Revata nayakam
I respect Kondanna, the teacher.
I respect Mangala, the leader.
I respect Sumana, the Fully Enlightened.
I respect Revata, the leader.
Vande Sobhita sambuddham
Anomadassi munim name
Vande Paduma sambuddham
Vande Narada Nayakam
I respect Sobhita, the Fully Enlightened.
Anomadassi the sage, I respect. ­
I respect Paduma, the Fully Enlightened.
I respect Narada, the leader.
Padumuttaram munim vande
Vande Sumedha nayakam
Vande Sujata sambuddham
Piyadassi munim name
Padumuttaram the sage, I respect.
I respect Sumedha the leader.
I respect Sujata, the Fully Enlightened.
Piyadassi the sage, I respect.
Atthadassi munim vande
Dhammadassi jinam name
Vande Siddhattha sattharam
Vande Tissa mahamunim
Atthadassi the sage, I respect.
Dhammadassi the conqueror, I respect.
I respect Siddhattha, the teacher.
I respect Tissa, the great sage.
Vande Phussa mahaviram
Vande Vipassi nayakam
Sikhi mahamunim vande
Vande Vessabhu nayakam
I respect Phussa the great hero.
I respect Vipassi, the leader.
Sikkhi, the great sage, I respect.
I respect Vessabhu, the leader.
Kakusandham munim vande
Vande Konagama nayakam
Kassapam sugatam vande
Vande Gotama nayakam
Kakusandha the sage, I respect.
I respect Konagama, the leader.
Kassapa the Welcome One, I respect.
I respect the Gotama, the leader.
Atthavisati me Buddha
Nibbanamata dayaka
Namami sirasa Niccam
Te mam rakkhantu sabbada
These twenty eight Buddhas,
The Givers of Deathless Nibbana.
Ever I salute with my head.
May they ever protect me:

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Construction of the stupa began in 1988. The structure took ten years to complete and used a special concrete formula designed to last one thousand years. The Stupa was consecrated in a ceremony that lasted several days in the summer of 2001. This ceremony was attended by many important lamas and students of Chogyam Trungpa.
In September 2006, The Dalai Lama visited the Great Stupa for the first time

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Boost for Mayawati as SC slams CBI on graft case

Mayawati welcomed the Supreme Court decision

In a big boost to former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati, the
Supreme Court Friday quashed a first information report filed by the
Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) against her in a disproportionate
assets case in 2003.

“The impugned FIR (first information report) is without jurisdiction and
any investigation pursuant thereto is illegal and liable to be quashed,
accordingly quashed,” said the apex court bench of Justice P.
Sathasivam and Justice Dipak Misra.


The court upheld Mayawati’s contention that the FIR against her filed
by the CBI was mala fide and the misreading of the apex court’s orders
in the Taj heritage corridor case.

“We finally conclude that
anything beyond the Taj corridor matter was not the subject-matter of
reference before the Taj corridor bench,” the apex court said.

Mayawati
contended that the Sep 18, 2003, order of the apex court had
specifically observed about lodging of FIR only with regard to Taj
heritage corridor project case. That order nowhere mentioned about
lodging of second FIR in regard to the disproportionate assets of the
petitioner.

Mayawati wanted to develop the Taj corridor, an
80-acre wasteland sandwiched between the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort, as a
commercial hub and amusement park.

But as the Archaeological Survey of India did not clear the project, the Supreme Court ordered its suspension in 2003.

The
apex court said: “…after reading all the orders of this court which
are available in the ‘compilation’, we are satisfied that this court
being the ultimate custodian of the fundamental rights did not issue any
direction to the CBI to conduct a roving inquiry against the assets of
the petitioner (Mayawati) commencing from 1995 to 2003…”.

Taking
note of the investigating agency’s submission that it had relied on its
order in respect of the Taj corridor case in lodging the FIR in
disproportionate assets case, the court said corridor project was
conceived only in July 2002 and an amount of Rs.17 crore was released in
August/September 2002″.

Justice Sathasivam said: “The method adopted by the CBI is unwarranted and without jurisdiction.”

“We
are also satisfied that the CBI has proceeded without proper
understanding of various orders dated July 16, 2003, Aug 21, 2003, Sep
18, 2003, Oct 25, 2003, and Aug 7, 2003, passed by this court. We are
also satisfied that there was no such direction relating to the second
FIR, namely, FIR No. R.C. 0062003019 dated Oct 5, 2003,” said Justice
Sathasivam.

“Since the order dated Sep 18, 2003, does not contain
any specific direction regarding lodging of FIR in the matter of
disproportionate assets case against the petitioner, the CBI is not
justified” in filing the FIR Oct 5, 2003.

“From the perusal of
those orders, we are also satisfied that there could not have been any
material before this court about the disproportionate assets case of the
petitioner beyond the Taj corridor project case and there was no such
question or issue about disproportionate assets of the petitioner. In
view of the same, giving any direction to lodge FIR relating to
disproportionate assets case did not arise,” the court said.

The
court said that it was satisfied that the “CBI exceeded its jurisdiction
in lodging” the FIR in the “absence of any direction from this court in
its Sep 18, 2003 order or any subsequent orders”.

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