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1412 LESSON 10215 TUESDAY FREE ONLINE E-Nālandā Research and Practice UNIVERSITY run by http:sarvajan.ambedkar.org Course Program Kamma 1-Aditta Sutta: (The House) On Fire-in Classical English,Afrikaans,Albanian,Arabic,Armenian,Azerbaijani
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Course Program Kamma 1-Aditta Sutta: (The House) On Fire-in Classical English,
Afrikaans,Albanian,Arabic,Armenian,Azerbaijani

3) Classical Afrikaans
3) Klassieke Afrikaans

3) Klassieke Afrikaans

3) Klassieke Afrikaans

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Natuurlik Program Kamma 1-Aditta Sutta: (Die Huis) On Fire-in Klassieke Engels,

Ek het gehoor dat aan die een geleentheid die Geseënde Een is bly naby Savatthi in Jeta se Grove, Anathapindika se klooster. Toe ‘n sekere devata, in die verre uiterste van die nag, haar uiterste glans verligting van die geheel van Jeta se Grove, het na die Geseënde Een, en op aankoms, nadat hulle neergebuig voor hom gestaan aan die een kant. Soos sy daar gestaan het, het sy opgesê hierdie verse in die Geseënde Een se teenwoordigheid:
Wanneer ‘n huis is aan die brand die vaartuig gered is die een wat gebruik sal word, nie die een wat daar gelaat om te brand. So wanneer die wêreld is aan die brand met veroudering en die dood, moet ‘n mens red [‘n mens se rykdom] deur: wat gegee is goed herwin. Wat is gegee vrugte dra as plesier. Wat is nie gegee nie: diewe dit weg te neem, of konings; dit raak verbrand deur ‘n brand of verloor. Toe ek in die einde een laat die liggaam saam met ‘n mens se besittings. Dit weet die intelligente man geniet besittings & gee. Met geniet & gegee in lyn met sy middel, uncensured hy gaan na die hemelse toestand.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2S6kqWAfyE

01 - Die Huis On Fire (Kinh VE Hoa Hoan) - [HD-720p] 04:29 mins
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdjRcMYUccw

02 - Die Huis On Fire (Kinh VE Hoa Hoan) - [HD-720p] 04:33 mins
https://archive.org/details/Buddhist.Chanting

4) Classical Albanian
4) Albanian Klasike

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Kursi Program Kamma 1-Aditta Sutta: (House) On Fire- Klasike anglisht,

Unë kam dëgjuar se në një rast One Bekuar u qëndruar pranë Savatthi Grove, Jeta, e manastirit Anathapindika-së. Pastaj një devata të caktuar, shumë ekstrem i natës, shkëlqimi i saj ekstrem ndezjes së dritave tërësinë e Grove Jeta-it, shkoi në të Bekuarit dhe, pas mbërritjes, pasi ra përmbys përpara tij, qëndronte në një anë. Si ajo po qëndronte aty, ajo recitoi këto vargje prani të Bekuarit-së:
Kur një shtëpi është në zjarr anije salvaged është ai do të jetë i dobishëm, jo një e la aty për të djegur. Pra, kur bota është në zjarr me plakjes dhe vdekjes, duhet të shpëtuar [pasurinë e dikujt], duke i dhënë: çfarë është dhënë është salvaged mirë. Çfarë ka të dhënë jep fryte si kënaqësi. Çfarë nuk është dhënë nuk ka: hajdutë të marrë atë larg, ose mbretër; ajo merr djegur nga zjarri apo humbur. Pastaj në fund një e lë trupin së bashku me një mall e gjë. Duke ditur këtë, njeri inteligjent gëzon pasurinë dhe jep. Duke pasur gëzuar dhe i dhënë përputhje me mjetet e tij, uncensured ai shkon në shtetin qiellor.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2S6kqWAfyE

01 - House On Fire (Kinh ve Hoa Hoan) - [HD-720p] 04:29 mins
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdjRcMYUccw

02 - House On Fire (Kinh ve Hoa Hoan) - [HD-720p] 04:33 mins
https://archive.org/details/Buddhist.Chanting

5) Classical Arabic
5) اللغة العربية الفصحى

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بالطبع برنامج Kamma 1-Aditta سوتا: (البيت) على النار في الكلاسيكية الإنجليزية،

لقد سمعت أنه في إحدى المرات كان واحد المبارك يقيمون بالقرب Savatthi في Jeta غروف، دير Anathapindika ل. ثم ديفاتا معين، في أقصى حتى الليل، ولها وهج المدقع تضيء مجمل غروف Jeta، وذهب إلى المبارك، ولدى وصوله، بعد أن ركع له، وقفت إلى جانب واحد. كما كانت تقف هناك، وقالت انها يتلى هذه الآيات في وجود المبارك في:
عندما منزل على النار السفينة إنقاذها هي واحدة من شأنها أن تكون ذات فائدة، وليس واحدة تركت هناك لحرق. لذلك عندما العالم على النار مع الشيخوخة والموت، ينبغي للمرء أن إنقاذ [ثروة الفرد] بإعطاء: ما أعطيت وإنقاذه أيضا. ما تعطى يحمل الفاكهة كما المتعة. ما لم يعط لا: لصوص أعتبر بعيدا، أو الملوك. يحصل أحرقه بالنار أو فقدت. ثم في النهاية واحدة يترك الجسم جنبا إلى جنب مع ممتلكاتهم واحد. هذا مع العلم، رجل ذكي يتمتع ممتلكاتهم ويعطي. فبعد أن كانت وردت في خط مع وسائل له، uncensured يذهب إلى دولة السماوية.

https://www.youtube.com/watch؟v=E2S6kqWAfyE

01 - بيت على النار (كينه VE هوا هوان) - [HD-720P] 04:29 دقيقة
https://www.youtube.com/watch؟v=wdjRcMYUccw

02 - بيت على النار (كينه VE هوا هوان) - [HD-720P] 04:33 دقيقة
https://archive.org/details/Buddhist.Chanting


6) Classical Armenian
6) Դասական հայերեն


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Դասընթացի ծրագիր Kamma 1-Aditta Sutta: (The House) On Fire-դասական անգլերեն,

Ես լսել եմ, որ մի առիթով օրհնեալ Մեկը մնում մոտակայքում Savatthi է jeta - ի Grove, Anathapindika է վանք. Այնուհետեւ որոշակի Devata է, որ շատ ծայրահեղ գիշերը, նրա ծայրահեղ ճաճանչ լուսավորման մինչեւ ամբողջականության jeta - ի Grove, գնաց Սուրբ One, եւ ժամանելիս, որ խոնարհվում են նրան, կանգնեց մի կողմ. Քանի որ նա կանգնած էր այնտեղ, նա արտասանեց այդ հատվածներ օրհնյալ է ներկայության:
Երբ մի տուն է կրակի նավը փրկել է, որ լինելու է օգտագործման, եւ ոչ մեկը, մնացել է այրել. Այնպես որ, երբ աշխարհը գտնվում է կրակի հետ, ծերացման եւ մահվան, պետք է փրկել [մեկի հարստությունը] տալով, թե ինչ է տվել, լավ է փրկել. Ինչ է տրվում պտուղ, ինչպես հաճույքով. Ինչ չի տրվում չի: գողեր, վերցնել այն հեռու է, կամ թագավորները. այն ստանում այրված կրակով, կամ կորցրել. Ապա վերջ թողնում է մարմինը հետ միասին իր ունեցվածքը. Իմանալով այս, խելացի մարդ է վայելում ունեցվածքը & տալիս. Ունենալով վայելում է եւ տրվում է համահունչ իր միջոցներով, uncensured նա գնում է երկնային պետության.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2S6kqWAfyE

01 - The House On Fire (Kinh VE Hoa Hoan) [HD-720P] 4:29 րոպե
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdjRcMYUccw

02 - The House On Fire (Kinh VE Hoa Hoan) [HD-720P] 4:33 րոպե
https://archive.org/details/Buddhist.Chanting

7) Classical Azerbaijani
7) Klassik Azərbaycan

7) Classical Azərbaycan
7) Klassik Azərbaycan

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Tədris proqramı Kamma 1-Aditta Sutta: (House) Fire-Klassik ingilis On,

Mən bir dəfə Blessed One Jeta nin Grove, Anathapindika nin monastır Savatthi yaxın olma ki, eşitmişəm. Sonra müəyyən Devata, gecə qədər həddindən artıq, Jeta nin Grove tam qədər işıqlandırma onun ifrat parlaqlıq, Müqəddəs biri getdi gəlişi haqqında, ona səcdə edərək, bir tərəfə edib. O, orada duran kimi, o mübarək One iştirakı ilə bu ayələri oxudu:
Bir evdə çıxan yanğında olduqda xilas gəmi istifadə olacaq bir deyil, bir yandırmaq üçün orada qaldı. Dünya yaşlanma və ölüm ilə yanğın Belə ki, bir verərək [bir sərvət] xilas etməlidir: yaxşı xilas verilmiş oldu. verilmiş oldu zövq kimi meyvə daşıyır. verilmir deyil: oğru üz almaq, və ya kings; Bu yanğın yandırılmış və ya itirilmiş olur. Sonra sonunda bir bir mal ilə birlikdə bədən yaradır. Bunu bilən ağıllı insan mal malikdir verir. Idilər onun vasitəsi ilə sətirdə olan o səmavi dövlət gedir uncensured.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2S6kqWAfyE

01 - On Fire House (Kinh Về HOA Hoan) - [HD-720p] 4:29 dəqiqə
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdjRcMYUccw

02 - On Fire House (Kinh Về HOA Hoan) - [HD-720p] 4:33 dəqiqə
https://archive.org/details/Buddhist.Chanting







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HISTORY of 

Nālandā


Nālandā (Nālandā; pronunciation: /nɑː.lən.ðɑː/; ) was an acclaimed Mahāvihāra, a large Buddhist monastery in ancient Magadha (modern-day Bihar). The site is located about 95 kilometres southeast of Patna, and was a centre of learning from the fifth century CE to c. 1200 CE. Historians often characterize Nālandā as a university.

Nālandā  flourished under the patronage of the Gupta Empire as well as emperors like Harsha and later, the rulers of the Pala Empire. At its peak, the school attracted scholars and students from as far away as Tibet, China, Korea, and Central Asia


Nālandā
नालंदा
Nalanda University India ruins.jpg

The ruins of Nalanda Mahavihara
Nalanda is located in India

Nalanda



Location Bihar
Coordinates 25°08′12″N 85°26′38″ECoordinates: 25°08′12″N 85°26′38″E
Type Centre of learning
Length 800 ft (240 m)
Width 1,600 ft (490 m)
Area 12 ha (30 acres)
History
Founded 5th century CE
Abandoned 13th century CE


Site notes
Excavation dates 1915–1937, 1974–1982
Archaeologists David B. Spooner, Hiranand Sastri, J.A. Page, M. Kuraishi, G.C. Chandra, N. Nazim, Amalananda Ghosh
Public access Yes
Website Nālandā (ASI)

ASI No. N-BR-43



Name, Nālandā derives it from Nāga Nanda referring to the name (Nanda) of a snake (naga) in the local tank.




A statue of Gautama Buddha at Nalanda in 1895.

Nalanda was initially a prosperous village by a major trade route that ran through the nearby city of Rajaguha (modern Rajgir) which was then the capital of Magadha.
Gautama Buddha  is said to have delivered lectures in a nearby mango grove named Pavarika and one of his two chief disciples, Sariputta, was born in the area and later attained nibbana there.This traditional association with  Buddha tenuously dates the existence of the village to at least the 5th–6th century BCE.
Taranatha, the 17th-century Tibetan Lama, states that the 3rd-century BCE Mauryan and Buddhist emperor, Ashoka, built a great temple at Nālandā at the site of Sariputta’s chaitya. He also places 3rd-century CE luminaries such as the Mahayana philosopher, Nagarjuna, and his disciple, Aryadeva,
at Nalanda with the former also heading the institution. Taranatha also
mentions a contemporary of Nagarjuna named Suvishnu building 108
temples at the location. While this could imply that there was a
flourishing centre for Buddhism at Nālandā before the 3rd century, no
archaeological evidence has been unearthed to support the assertion.
When Faxian, an early Chinese Buddhist pilgrim, visited Nalo, the site of Sariputta’s parinibbana, at the turn of the 5th century CE, all he found worth mentioning was a stupa.




Baladitya, was brought up under the influence of the Mahayanist philosopher, Vasubandhu.
He built a sangharama at Nālandā and also a 300 ft (91 m) high vihara
with a Buddha statue within which, according to Xuanzang, resembled the
“great Vihara built under the Bodhi tree”. The monk also noted that
Baladitya’s son, Vajra, who built a sangharama too, “possessed a heart
firm in faith”.

The most notable patron of the Mahavihara was Harsha, the 7th-century emperor of Kannauj,
who was a converted Buddhist and considered himself a servant of the
monks of Nālandā. Harsha built a monastery of brass within the
Mahavihara and remitted to it the revenues of 100 villages. He also
directed 200 households in these villages to supply the institution’s
monks with requisite amounts of rice, butter, and milk on a daily basis.
Around a thousand monks from Nālandā were present at Harsha’s royal
congregation at Kannuaj.


Nālandā was a residential school, i.e., it had dormitories for students.
In its heyday, it is claimed to have accommodated over 10,000 students
and 2,000 teachers.

The subjects taught at Nālandā covered every field of learning, and it
attracted pupils and scholars from Korea, Japan, China, Tibet, Indonesia, Persia and Turkey

Library


Avalokiteśvara Bodhisattva. Aṣṭasāhasrikā Prajñāpāramitā Sūtta manuscript from Nālandā ’s Pala period.

It is evident from the large numbers of texts that Yijing carried
back with him after his 10-year residence at Nālandā, that the
Mahavihara must have featured a well-equipped library. Traditional
Tibetan sources mention the existence of a great library at Nālandā
named Dhammaganja (Piety Mart) which comprised three large multi-storeyed buildings, the Ratnasagara (Ocean of Jewels), the Ratnodadhi (Sea of Jewels), and the Ratnaranjaka (Jewel-adorned). Ratnodadhi was nine storeys high and housed the most sacred manuscripts including the Prajnaparamita Sutra and the Guhyasamaja


It is estimated to have been in the hundreds of thousands. The library
not only collected religious manuscripts but also had texts on such
subjects as grammar, logic, literature, astrology, astronomy, and medicine. The Nālandā library must have had a classification scheme which was
possibly based on a text classification scheme.

 Buddhist texts were most likely divided into three classes based on the Tipitaka’s three main divisions: the Vinaya, Sutta, and the Abhidhamma



Buddha Shakyamuni or the Bodhisattva Maitreya, Gilt copper alloy, Early 8th century, Nālandā

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Curriculum


Pali Language
Elementary course
Awaken Ones With Awareness Ethics
Women with

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Sutta Literature
Vinaya Literature
Abhidhamma literature
Life and of the

Awaken Ones With Awareness
Awaken Ones With Awareness and western
Philosophy
Awaken Ones With Awareness Rites and Rituals.

Awaken Ones With Awareness
Meditation.
Grammar, Logic, Literature, Astronomy, and Medicine.
Awaken Ones With Awareness studies, philosophy, and comparative religion; School of
historical studies; School of International Relations and Peace; School
of Business Management and Development; School of Languages and
Literature; and, School of Ecology and Environmental Studies.
The curriculum at the time of Mañjuśrīmitra contained:

…virtually the entire range of world knowledge then available.
Courses were drawn from every field of learning,
Awaken Ones With Awareness,
sacred and secular (Para and Apara), foreign and native. Study of Pali was compulsory.
In addition, there were five more compulsory subjects which included:
Shabda Vidya (Science of sounds and words; otherwise called Grammar and
Lexicography); Shilpasthana Vidya (Arts and Crafts); Chikitsa Vidya
(Science of Medicine); Hetu Vidya (Logic), and Adhyatma Vidya
(Philosophy).


What FREE ONLINE E-Nālandā Research and Practice UNIVERSITY is


If  Nālandā were to claim back its glory, it will be ‘monumentally
ahead’ of its time, just like its predecessor. More importantly, it
needs
Awaken One With Awareness teachings and ideals as its core identity to drive its
sense of purpose. It
has the chance to explore an ancient teaching so radically ahead of its
time and create undreamed of synthesis using tools of modern science.


At an age where information science and mind studies are flourishing,
Awaken Ones With Awareness is at the stage where its ideas, philosophy and tenets can
play a major influence in all spheres of scholarly development. Thanks
in part to the internet and free flow of thoughts and ideas, this era
provides a similar - or even more - liberal cultural traditions inherent
in the Gupta era.


How different  the new FREE ONLINE E-Nālandā Research and Practice UNIVERSITY is? Here are some ideas worth exploring.


Medicine and Pharmacology

The original Nālandā had medicine
as one of its compulsory subject. The FREE ONLINE E-Nālandā Research and Practice UNIVERSITY curriculum considers accommodating the vast trove of Asian traditional medical
systems which encompasses synthesis of indigenous Siddha, Tibetan, Indian
(Ayurveda), Chinese, Persian (Unani), and Greek. It will use the
template as derived from the Tibetan medical system, which embraces the
traditional Buddhist belief that all illness ultimately results from the
three poisons of the mind: ignorance, attachment and aversion. Tibetan
medicine follows the Buddha’s Four Noble Truths which apply medical
diagnostic logic to suffering. By synthesizing traditional medicine with
modern medical research, this faculty could become a cutting edge
pharmaceutical and medical research institute.


Neuroscience and neural networks

The scientific study of
the brain and the nervous system has increased significantly,
principally due to advances in molecular biology, electro-physiology, and
computational neuroscience. Neuroscience has grown in tandem with
Buddhist meditation, and many new research (collaborations between
scientists and meditators) have produced new evidence on how our brains
work, how thoughts arise, how consciousness works. And in the concept of
non-self (anatta), neuroscience is starting to publish theories and
evidence that there is no self to be had, no central driver to speak of,
no unchanging internal self that made all the decisions. Indeed, when
results become more accomplished, the field of neuroscience can be an
important allied health discipline, collaborating with other fields such
as chemistry, computer science, engineering, linguistics, mathematics,
medicine, philosophy, physics, and psychology. Continued in-depth
research and studies in Buddhist meditation will see to the flourishing
of this field.


Quantum physics

The Madhyamika philosophers developed a
rigorous and  razor sharp method of philosophical analysis which,
together with meditation investigation, penetrated into the ultimate
nature of reality. Emptiness (sunyata), the core view which is
propounded by the Madhyamaka, is the insight that there is nothing in
the universe which exists as an independent entity in its own right. It
follows that nothing exists as a fully independent feature of reality as
was always thought by Western science up until the advent of quantum
physics. Indeed, an understanding of emptiness can throw new
perspectives onto problems of quantum interpretation. Both Buddhism and
quantum mechanics illustrate that the universe is not what he or she
perceives it to be with their five senses, and that everything is
connected in some way.  A serious and rigorous analysis of the “physics”
paradigm in Buddhist thought has been long in coming. The formulation
of discourses between modern quantum mechanics with certain aspects of
Indo-Tibetan Buddhist methodology, such as the elementary assertions of
“particle physics”, will spearhead new form of synthesis. Who knows,
apart form finding answers to big questions such as “what is the
universe” and “what is self”, students may stumble upon practical
by-products which may find useful applications, such as instantaneous
communication, quantum teleportation, quantum computers, energy
harvesters and quantum tunneling.


Informatics and Computer Science

The Awaken Ones With Awareness Tipitaka
contains an immensely rich lexicon of mind training, philosophical
teachings and psychological discourses. Nevertheless, much of it are
inaccessible to common people due to the difficulty in deciphering its
meaning. The science of informatics can play a role in developing
digital sources and tools using artificial intelligence and smart
algorithms, so that meaningful searches can be processed by users
according to their level of understanding. To be practical and useful
however, such a system needs to adhere to international standards for
information exchange and search results must be freely accessible to the
public. Apart from that, Nālandā will offer advanced courses in computer
modeling, with emphasis on researching nano technology. Tools developed
here can be used to aid research in neuroscience and quantum mechanics.
The innate classification of Buddhist knowledge fits nicely into the
algorithmic nature of computer science, and this combination would make
this to be an important department providing anchoring services to all
other faculties.


Food and Agriculture Science

Poverty and endangered health
due to lack of clean drinking water and sanitation is a major problem in
this world. If any courses were to be moved by the teachings of
loving-kindness and compassion, this area would be it. Energy and
attention should focus on areas of research in organic protein
production, cheap processing of nutritional vegan meals,
genetically modified foods (vegan variety) and membrane technology
for clean water filtering. Cross experiments in Asian vegan
cuisines, from Korean to Chinese, Indian, Sinhalese and Thai foods may
yield interesting fusion. What’s important that such research will have
to be made under the guidance of ‘ahimsa’ (non-violence), and to keep
with the first precept of respecting and non-harming of sentient life.


Law and Bioethics

As research goes into ground breaking
areas, stake holders and interest groups will be concerned on ethical
lines that can potentially be crossed. This is where a faculty for the
study of bioethics could be adjunct to other fields of research. Keeping
in line with the principles of non-violence (ahimsa), loving-kindness
(metta) and compassion (karuna), its formulation could encompass a
broader meaning such as solidarity towards the biosphere, thus
generating a “global ethics,” a discipline representing a link between
biology, ecology, medicine and human values in order to attain the
survival of both human beings and other animal species.


FREE ONLINE E-Nālandā Research and Practice  and the new world order


Bold visions and creative pursuits combined with Buddhist philosophy,
ideas and meditational practices will remake
FREE ONLINE E-Nālandā Research and Practice University into a
beacon of human invention and high civilization. Like its predecessor,
having radical thinkers, innovative teachers deeply schooled in Buddhist
thoughts will enable it to take on the mantle of cutting edge research
in mind studies. It will be an unparalleled institution in this field with open mind enough
and seek the participation of great living Buddhist minds such as the
Dalai Lama, Goenka, Thich Nhat Hahn, Bhikkhu Bodhi, Ajahn Brahm,
Thanissaro Bhikkhu, Jack Kornfield, Joseph Goldstein, Robert Thurman,
Ven Cheng Yen, Ven. Kashyap bhante, Ven. Ananda Bhante of Mahabodhi Society, Ven.Vinayarakkhita Bhamte, the promise of FREE ONLINE E-Nālandā Research and Practice University as a global learning and
research center will well be realized.

Its
glorious name will become an awakening with awareness guide for humanity in tune with
current needs. And for that to happen, Buddhism will be at the
center of its core, and the driver of its spiritual existence.



BEST PHYSICIANS

DR. DIET !
DR. QUIET !!
DR. MERRY AWAKEN ONE WITH AWARENESS THE MIGHT !!!

President Barack Obama Meets With the Dalai Lama, February 2010.


These
three things, monks, are conducted in secret, not openly. What three?
Affairs with women, the mantras of the brahmins, and wrong view.



“But
these three things monks, shine openly, not in secret. what three? The
moon, the sun and the Dhamma and Decipline proclaimed by the Tathagata.”



When someone can just wage psychological warfare!



Then everyone must siege psychological peace fare !



for entire peoples happiness and welfare!



TOP SECRET



“A secret between U and UR ownself is a secret Total !



A secret between U   &  writing on paper, phone or mobile call, posting on computer or Internet is a secret of all !!”




These
Magic Eye stereograms are fun if you can get them though not everybody
can.This is a particularly fine example of a Buddha. Try relaxing your
eyes and stare intently from about 10cm away. When (and if !) you
finally get it you will be able to quickly see the 3D image from then
on. It’s as if once you’re brain has cracked it it remembers the
patterns. “Now he has departed from this strange world a little ahead of
me. That means nothing. People like us, who believe in physics, know
that the distinction between past, present, and future is only a
stubbornly persistent illusion.” Albert Einstein





These
were very popular about 20 years ago when they first come out - in
keeping with the theme of this blog see if by staring at it the 3D
Buddha image can click into view. Persevere it’s worth it. “A wise man,
recognizing that the world is but an illusion, does not act as if it is
real, so he escapes the suffering.”

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.


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



WISDOM           IS            POWER



Awakened One Shows the Path to Attain Ultimate Bliss


Using such an instrument



The
Free ONLINE e-Nālandā Research and Practice University has been
re-organized to function through the following Schools of Learning :



Buddha’s Sangha Practiced His Dhamma Free of cost, hence the Free- e-Nālandā Research and Practice University follows suit



As the Original Nālandā University did not offer any Degree, so also the Free  e-Nālandā Research and Practice University.



The
teachings of Buddha are eternal, but even then Buddha did not proclaim
them to be infallible. The religion of Buddha has the capacity to change
according to times, a quality which no other religion can claim to
have…Now what is the basis of Buddhism? If you study carefully, you will
see that Buddhism is based on reason. There is an element of
flexibility inherent in it, which is not found in any other religion.



§  Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar , Indian scholar, philosopher and architect of Constitution of India, in his writing and speeches



I.
KAMMA



REBIRTH



AWAKEN-NESS



BUDDHA



THUS COME ONE



DHAMMA



II.
ARHAT



FOUR HOLY TRUTHS



EIGHTFOLD PATH



TWELVEFOLD CONDITIONED ARISING



BODHISATTVA



PARAMITA



SIX PARAMITAS



III.



SIX SPIRITUAL POWERS



SIX PATHS OF REBIRTH



TEN DHARMA REALMS



FIVE SKANDHAS



EIGHTEEN REALMS



FIVE MORAL PRECEPTS



IV.



MEDITATION



MINDFULNESS



FOUR APPLICATIONS OF MINDFULNESS



LOTUS POSTURE



SAMADHI



CHAN SCHOOL



FOUR JHANAS



FOUR FORMLESS REALMS



V.



FIVE TYPES OF BUDDHIST STUDY AND PRACTICE



MAHAYANA AND HINAYANA COMPARED



PURE LAND



BUDDHA RECITATION



EIGHT CONSCIOUSNESSES



ONE HUNDRED DHARMAS



EMPTINESS



VI.



DEMON



LINEAGE



with



Level I: Introduction to Buddhism



Level II: Buddhist Studies



TO ATTAIN



Level III: Stream-Enterer



Level IV: Once - Returner



Level V: Non-Returner
Level VI: Arhat



Jambudvipa, i.e, PraBuddha Bharath scientific thought in



mathematics,



astronomy,



alchemy,



and



anatomy



Philosophy and Comparative Religions;



Historical Studies;



International Relations and Peace Studies;



Business Management in relation to Public Policy and Development Studies;



Languages and Literature;



and Ecology and Environmental Studies

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