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http://www.teachindiaproject.org/Who_was_Emperor_Ashoka.htm

The
Sarvajan Samaj is awaiting for Emperor Ashoka (304-232 BCE) Rule who
was the third king of the Maurya Dynasty. He ruled a truly massive
kingdom that stretched from the Hindu Kush to the Bay of Bengal. It was
India’s first great empire. It is not just that Ashoka ably ruled this
huge empire but the quality of social justice that he brought to his
already strong administration.

With reverence for life,
tolerance, compassion and peaceful co-existence were the cornerstones of
his administration. Under him the earliest know bans on slavery and
capital punishment as well as environmental regulations came into place.

King
Ashoka, the third monarch of the Indian Mauryan dynasty, has come to be
regarded as one of the most exemplary rulers in world history. The
British historian H.G. Wells has written: “Amidst the tens of thousands
of names of monarchs that crowd the columns of history … the name of
Ashoka shines, and shines almost alone, a star.” Although Buddhist
literature preserved the legend of this ruler — the story of a cruel
and ruthless king who converted to Buddhism and thereafter established a
reign of virtue — definitive historical records of his reign were
lacking.

Then in the nineteenth century there came to light a
large number of edicts, in India, Nepal, Pakistan and Afghanistan. These
edicts, inscribed on rocks and pillars, proclaim Asoka’s reforms and
policies and promulgate his advice to his subjects. The present
rendering of these edicts, based on earlier translations, offers us
insights into a powerful and capable ruler’s attempt to establish an
empire on the foundation of righteousness, a reign which makes the moral
and spiritual welfare of his subjects its primary concern.

Although
the exact dates of Ashoka’s life are a matter of dispute among
scholars, he was born in about 304 BCE and became the third king of the
Mauryan dynasty after the death of his father, Bindusara. His given name
was Ashoka but he assumed the title Devanampiya Piyadasi which means
“Beloved-of-the-Gods, He Who Looks On With Affection.” There seems to
have been a two-year war of succession during which at least one of
Ashoka’s brothers was killed.

In 262 BCE, eight years after his
coronation, Ashoka’s armies attacked and conquered Kalinga, a country
that roughly corresponds to the modern state of Orissa. The loss of life
caused by battle, reprisals, deportations and the turmoil that always
exists in the aftermath of war so horrified Ashoka that it brought about
a complete change in his personality. It seems that Ashoka had been
calling himself a Buddhist for at least two years prior to the Kalinga
war, but his commitment to Buddhism was only lukewarm and perhaps had a
political motive behind it.

But after the war Ashoka dedicated
the rest of his life trying to apply Buddhist principles to the
administration of his vast empire. He had a crucial part to play in
helping Buddhism to spread both throughout India and abroad, and
probably built the first major Buddhist monuments. Ashoka died in 232
BCE in the thirty-eighth year of his reign.


https://news.webindia123.com/news/Articles/India/20100828/1575461.html
RSS favours paper ballots, EVMs subjected to public scrutiny

Joining
the controversy regarding the reliablity of Electronic Voting Machines
(EVMs) which have been questioned by political parties, the RSS today
asked the Election Commission (EC) to revert back to tried and tested
paper ballots and subject EVMs to public scrutiny whether these gadgets
are tamper proof. In an editorial titled ‘Can we trust our EVMs?’, The
Organiser, the RSS mouthpiece, noted it was a fact that till date an
absolutely tamper-proof machine had not been invented and credibility of
any system depends on ‘transparency, verifiability and trustworthiness’
than on blind and atavistic faith in its infallibility. The issue is
not a ‘private affair’ and it involves the future of India. Even if the
EVMs were genuine, there was no reason for the EC to be touchy about it,
the paper commented. The Government and the EC can’t impose EVMs as a
fait accompli on Indian democracy as the only option before the voter.
There were flaws like booth capturing, rigging, bogus voting, tampering
and ballot paper snatching in the ballot paper system of polling leading
the country to switch over to the EVMs and all these problems were
relevant in EVMs too. Rigging was possible even at the counting stage.
What made the ballot papers voter-friendly was that all aberrations were
taking place before the public eye and hence open for corrections
whereas the manipulations in the EVMs is entirely in the hands of powers
that be and the political appointees manning the sytem, the paper
commented. The EVM has only one advantage — ’speed’ but that advantage
has been undermined by the staggered polls at times spread over three to
four months. ‘’This has already killed the fun of the election
process,'’ the paper noted. Of the dozen General Elections held in the
country, only two were through the EVMs and instead of rationally
addressing the doubts aired by reputed institutions and experts the
Government has resorted to silence its critics by ‘intimidation and
arrests on false charges’, the paper observed, recalling the arrest of
Hyederabad-based technocrat Hari Prasad by the Mumbai Police. Prasad’s
research has proved that the EVMs were ‘vulnerable to fraud’. The
authorities want to send a message that anybody who challenges the EC
runs the risk of persecution and harassment, the RSS observed. Most
countries around the world looked at the EVMs with suspicion and
countries like the Netherlands, Italy, Germany and Ireland had all
reverted back to paper ballots shunning EVMs because they were ‘easy to
falsify, risked eavesdropping and lacked transparency’. Democracy is too
precious to be handed over to whims or an opaque establishment and
network of unsafe gizmos. ‘’For the health of Indian democracy it is
better to return to tried and tested methods or else elections in future
can turn out to be a farce,'’ the editorial said.

– (UNI) — 28DI28.xml
Sarvajan
Samaj must unitedly approach the CJI to request him to dismiss the
Central Government as the Murderer of democratic institutions & the
Master of diluting institutions (Modi) gobbled the Master Key by
tampering the Fraud EVMs and go for fresh polls with Ballot Papers. The
ex Chief In Justice (CJI) Sathasivam had committed a grave error of
judgement by ordering that the EVMs must be replaced in a phased manner
as suggested by the Chief Election Criminal (CEC) Sampath because it
cost Rs 1600 crore. FIR must be filed on them as they diluted the
Universal Adult Franchise enshrined in our Marvelous Modern
Constitution.
Former CEC, Experts Challenge Election Commission’s Theory on VVPAT Failure
Former
CEC S.Y. Quraishi, in whose term paper audits for EVM machines were
tested and introduced, questions the failure of the system in the recent
by-polls despite all-weather tests.
Former CEC S.Y. Quraishi, in
whose term paper audits for EVM machines were tested and introduced,
questions the failure of the system in the recent by-polls despite
all-weather tests.
New Delhi: The Election Commission on Friday
declared that the reason behind the malfunctioning of a large number of
voter verified paper audit trail (VVPAT) machines during the recently
held by-elections to the Kairana and Bhandara-Gondiya parliamentary
constituencies was due to the “failure of contrast sensor” and “failure
of length sensor” and that both these errors were “mainly caused by
excessive exposure to illumination in the polling station”.

However,
past and present EC officials present at a conclave on elections in
India expressed surprise at this ‘finding’, since the VVPATs have
undergone extensive tests under varying conditions in the past without
malfunctioning.

Failure despite all-weather tests surprises former CEC

Speaking
at the conclave on “EVMs, Election Funding and the Election Commission”
organised by a group of retired civil servants and armed forces
veterans at the Indian Social Institute here, former Chief Election
Commissioner S.Y. Quraishi noted with concern that VVPAT machines were
failing despite undergoing tests in all kinds of weather conditions.

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Quraishi,
in whose term as CEC the testing of VVPATs had taken place from 2011
till their introduction in an election in Nagaland in September 2013,
recalled how tests had first been conducted in wet and humid  Kerala,
dry and hot Jaisalmer, the cold high-altitude of Ladakh, rain-soaked
Cherrapunji and Delhi. He said that since many machines had
malfunctioned after the first round of tests, the necessary changes were
made and they were again tested in all these five different locations.

Wondering
how the Election Commission was now saying that these machines
malfunctioned during the polls on May 28 due to heat, he said it
appeared unlikely to be the cause as these machines had been tested in
the extreme heat of Jaisalmer, which was hotter than the constituencies
where they are said to have not worked properly.

Quraishi for sampling more VVPAT votes after every poll

Quraishi
was also of the view that when it came to VVPATs, there was a need to
sample more of them after every election as the current practice of
taking the count of just one polling station in every constitutency was
too little. While the Supreme Court has not directed the EC on what
percentage of the VVPATs should be counted, Quraishi said it would be
best if the commission went for a significant percentage. “It is wrong
to say that VVPAT counting would delay the results. You can always
deploy more hands for the job to ensure that they too get counted by the
time the electronic votes are.”

Stating that the Supreme Court
has examined VVPATs, Quraishi said the EC only has to operate them. He
also suggested that the winner-loser or other contestants should be
allowed to select a few machines at random for tallying VVPAT votes.

EC assured testing of all 18 lakh VVPATs will be by in-house engineers

The
former CEC also noted that it was the EC’s decision to go for VVPAT
machines and that the Supreme Court had only asked the Centre to release
adequate funds for them. He said that  with 18 lakh machines to be
operationalised ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha and assembly elections,
people were also wondering how they would be tested and if the job would
be outsourced. “But the EC has assured me that all the testing would be
done by in-house engineers, who too would be randomised for the
machines.”

Current practise of counting VVPAT votes of just one polling station is akin to `marginal tokenism’

Raising
questions on the reliability of the VVPATs, the convener of the Forum
for Electoral Integrity, retired IAS officer M.G. Devasahayam said the
counting of votes of these machines in just one polling station amounted
to just 0.4-0.5% of all votes polled and therefore their use was akin
to “marginal tokenism”.

He demanded that to win the confidence of
the people, a random sample of paper audit trail should be drawn from
machines from booths or polling stations which record very high or low
turnout, which have voters who are predominantly from backward castes or
minorities and the like. He also noted that the VVPAT malfunction
percentage in the by-elections was much higher than the admissible level
of 5% and stood at 20.82% for Kairana, 19.27% for Bhandara-Gondia and
13.16% for Palghar.

EC expert says VVPATs more than mere ‘thermal printers’

A
member of the technical expert committee of the EC, Rajat Moona, while
discussing the unique technical features of VVPATs, said that “they are
not only thermal printers, their print does not fade for five years
unlike those of other similar devices which become faint within a few
days”.

He also said VVPATs are “encapsulated devices” which work
independently and have different sensors which even keep a measure of
the length of its tape and ensure that it remains at 99 mm. He said the
quality of print, the contrast and the fact that every slip is supposed
to drop in the box are all monitored by the machine.

A former
director general of the Centre for Developed and Advanced Computing,
Moona said “each VVPAT machine goes through a temperature-humidity
cycle”. He said behind the recent failure of these machines were caused
by “multiple factors”, including “not enough maturity in handling them”.

These
machines, he said, had earlier been used successfully in the Punjab,
Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat assembly elections. “Yet, when they
encountered trouble the EC said ‘don’t shift them, change them’ since
there were many on standby which could be used”.

EC wants design improvements in VVPATs, training of staff

Meanwhile,
the Election Commission has asked the manufacturers and the technical
expert committee to suggest additional design improvements as well as
suggestions on any layout changes in polling stations to prevent any
excessive exposure of VVPATs to illumination in future. “Manufacturers
have also been asked to do a detailed technical analysis once the VVPATs
are free from election petition (as these cannot be currently accessed
in strong rooms till 45 days election petition period is over),” it
said.

The commission has also decided to reiterate its standard
operating procedures regarding do’s and don’ts and has also formed a
committee to further examine these SOPs. It has also stated that it
would make the first level checking (FLC) process stricter and adopt
hardware improvements recommended by the TEC to prevent auto shutdown of
VVPATs due to excessive light. Further, training of the polling
officials would be strengthened and streamlined to minimise failures due
to human errors.
Former CEC, Experts Challenge Election Commission’s Theory on VVPAT Failure
Former
CEC S.Y. Quraishi, in whose term paper audits for EVM machines were
tested and introduced, questions the failure of the system in the recent
by-polls despite all-weather tests.
Former CEC S.Y. Quraishi, in
whose term paper audits for EVM machines were tested and introduced,
questions the failure of the system in the recent by-polls despite
all-weather tests.
New Delhi: The Election Commission on Friday
declared that the reason behind the malfunctioning of a large number of
voter verified paper audit trail (VVPAT) machines during the recently
held by-elections to the Kairana and Bhandara-Gondiya parliamentary
constituencies was due to the “failure of contrast sensor” and “failure
of length sensor” and that both these errors were “mainly caused by
excessive exposure to illumination in the polling station”.

However,
past and present EC officials present at a conclave on elections in
India expressed surprise at this ‘finding’, since the VVPATs have
undergone extensive tests under varying conditions in the past without
malfunctioning.

Failure despite all-weather tests surprises former CEC

Speaking
at the conclave on “EVMs, Election Funding and the Election Commission”
organised by a group of retired civil servants and armed forces
veterans at the Indian Social Institute here, former Chief Election
Commissioner S.Y. Quraishi noted with concern that VVPAT machines were
failing despite undergoing tests in all kinds of weather conditions.

More in Home
CBI’s Attempted Arrest of Kolkata Police Commissioner Was an Attack on Federalism
 
UK Home Secretary Approves Vijay Mallya’s Extradition
 
Alleged Mukul Roy-Kailash Vijayvargiya Audio Clip Casts New Cloud Over CBI’s Autonomy
 
Farmers’ Crisis: Are Loan Waivers, MSP Hikes, Assured Income the Solutions?
 
For First Farmer Cash Transfer, Modi Govt Says Aadhaar Not Necessary
Quraishi,
in whose term as CEC the testing of VVPATs had taken place from 2011
till their introduction in an election in Nagaland in September 2013,
recalled how tests had first been conducted in wet and humid  Kerala,
dry and hot Jaisalmer, the cold high-altitude of Ladakh, rain-soaked
Cherrapunji and Delhi. He said that since many machines had
malfunctioned after the first round of tests, the necessary changes were
made and they were again tested in all these five different locations.

Wondering
how the Election Commission was now saying that these machines
malfunctioned during the polls on May 28 due to heat, he said it
appeared unlikely to be the cause as these machines had been tested in
the extreme heat of Jaisalmer, which was hotter than the constituencies
where they are said to have not worked properly.

Quraishi for sampling more VVPAT votes after every poll

Quraishi
was also of the view that when it came to VVPATs, there was a need to
sample more of them after every election as the current practice of
taking the count of just one polling station in every constitutency was
too little. While the Supreme Court has not directed the EC on what
percentage of the VVPATs should be counted, Quraishi said it would be
best if the commission went for a significant percentage. “It is wrong
to say that VVPAT counting would delay the results. You can always
deploy more hands for the job to ensure that they too get counted by the
time the electronic votes are.”

Stating that the Supreme Court
has examined VVPATs, Quraishi said the EC only has to operate them. He
also suggested that the winner-loser or other contestants should be
allowed to select a few machines at random for tallying VVPAT votes.

EC assured testing of all 18 lakh VVPATs will be by in-house engineers

The
former CEC also noted that it was the EC’s decision to go for VVPAT
machines and that the Supreme Court had only asked the Centre to release
adequate funds for them. He said that  with 18 lakh machines to be
operationalised ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha and assembly elections,
people were also wondering how they would be tested and if the job would
be outsourced. “But the EC has assured me that all the testing would be
done by in-house engineers, who too would be randomised for the
machines.”

Current practise of counting VVPAT votes of just one polling station is akin to `marginal tokenism’

Raising
questions on the reliability of the VVPATs, the convener of the Forum
for Electoral Integrity, retired IAS officer M.G. Devasahayam said the
counting of votes of these machines in just one polling station amounted
to just 0.4-0.5% of all votes polled and therefore their use was akin
to “marginal tokenism”.

He demanded that to win the confidence of
the people, a random sample of paper audit trail should be drawn from
machines from booths or polling stations which record very high or low
turnout, which have voters who are predominantly from backward castes or
minorities and the like. He also noted that the VVPAT malfunction
percentage in the by-elections was much higher than the admissible level
of 5% and stood at 20.82% for Kairana, 19.27% for Bhandara-Gondia and
13.16% for Palghar.

EC expert says VVPATs more than mere ‘thermal printers’

A
member of the technical expert committee of the EC, Rajat Moona, while
discussing the unique technical features of VVPATs, said that “they are
not only thermal printers, their print does not fade for five years
unlike those of other similar devices which become faint within a few
days”.

He also said VVPATs are “encapsulated devices” which work
independently and have different sensors which even keep a measure of
the length of its tape and ensure that it remains at 99 mm. He said the
quality of print, the contrast and the fact that every slip is supposed
to drop in the box are all monitored by the machine.

A former
director general of the Centre for Developed and Advanced Computing,
Moona said “each VVPAT machine goes through a temperature-humidity
cycle”. He said behind the recent failure of these machines were caused
by “multiple factors”, including “not enough maturity in handling them”.

These
machines, he said, had earlier been used successfully in the Punjab,
Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat assembly elections. “Yet, when they
encountered trouble the EC said ‘don’t shift them, change them’ since
there were many on standby which could be used”.

EC wants design improvements in VVPATs, training of staff

Meanwhile,
the Election Commission has asked the manufacturers and the technical
expert committee to suggest additional design improvements as well as
suggestions on any layout changes in polling stations to prevent any
excessive exposure of VVPATs to illumination in future. “Manufacturers
have also been asked to do a detailed technical analysis once the VVPATs
are free from election petition (as these cannot be currently accessed
in strong rooms till 45 days election petition period is over),” it
said.

The commission has also decided to reiterate its standard
operating procedures regarding do’s and don’ts and has also formed a
committee to further examine these SOPs. It has also stated that it
would make the first level checking (FLC) process stricter and adopt
hardware improvements recommended by the TEC to prevent auto shutdown of
VVPATs due to excessive light. Further, training of the polling
officials would be strengthened and streamlined to minimise failures due
to human errors.
Opposition wants paper ballot in 2019
A majority of opposition parties, including the Congress, have demanded a return to ballot paper.
The demand was put forth at an all-party meet convened by the Election Commission Monday to discuss electoral reforms
BJP’s opposition to it was the strongest and loudest when G.V.L. Narasimha Rao wrote a book titled Democracy at Risk! in 2010.

Subramanian Swamy even challenged these machines in the Delhi High Court and the Supreme Court.
https://news.webindia123.com/news/Articles/India/20100828/1575461.html
RSS favours paper ballots, EVMs subjected to public scrutiny

Joining
the controversy regarding the reliablity of Electronic Voting Machines
(EVMs) which have been questioned by political parties, the RSS today
asked the Election Commission (EC) to revert back to tried and tested
paper ballots and subject EVMs to public scrutiny whether these gadgets
are tamper proof. In an editorial titled ‘Can we trust our EVMs?’, The
Organiser, the RSS mouthpiece, noted it was a fact that till date an
absolutely tamper-proof machine had not been invented and credibility of
any system depends on ‘transparency, verifiability and trustworthiness’
than on blind and atavistic faith in its infallibility. The issue is
not a ‘private affair’ and it involves the future of India. Even if the
EVMs were genuine, there was no reason for the EC to be touchy about it,
the paper commented. The Government and the EC can’t impose EVMs as a
fait accompli on Indian democracy as the only option before the voter.
There were flaws like booth capturing, rigging, bogus voting, tampering
and ballot paper snatching in the ballot paper system of polling leading
the country to switch over to the EVMs and all these problems were
relevant in EVMs too. Rigging was possible even at the counting stage.
What made the ballot papers voter-friendly was that all aberrations were
taking place before the public eye and hence open for corrections
whereas the manipulations in the EVMs is entirely in the hands of powers
that be and the political appointees manning the sytem, the paper
commented. The EVM has only one advantage — ’speed’ but that advantage
has been undermined by the staggered polls at times spread over three to
four months. ‘’This has already killed the fun of the election
process,'’ the paper noted. Of the dozen General Elections held in the
country, only two were through the EVMs and instead of rationally
addressing the doubts aired by reputed institutions and experts the
Government has resorted to silence its critics by ‘intimidation and
arrests on false charges’, the paper observed, recalling the arrest of
Hyederabad-based technocrat Hari Prasad by the Mumbai Police. Prasad’s
research has proved that the EVMs were ‘vulnerable to fraud’. The
authorities want to send a message that anybody who challenges the EC
runs the risk of persecution and harassment, the RSS observed. Most
countries around the world looked at the EVMs with suspicion and
countries like the Netherlands, Italy, Germany and Ireland had all
reverted back to paper ballots shunning EVMs because they were ‘easy to
falsify, risked eavesdropping and lacked transparency’. Democracy is too
precious to be handed over to whims or an opaque establishment and
network of unsafe gizmos. ‘’For the health of Indian democracy it is
better to return to tried and tested methods or else elections in future
can turn out to be a farce,'’ the editorial said.

– (UNI) — 28DI28.xml

http://donate.dhammatalks.org/vinaya/Mv/MvIV.html

tassuddānaṁ



Mnemonic Verses

[252] vassaṁ vutthā kosalesu

āgamma satthu dassanaṁ

aphāsupasusaṁvāsaṁ

aññamaññānulomatā

Having completed the Rains

among the Kosalans,

they came to see the Teacher.

An uncomfortable cattle-like affiliation,

mutual conformity.

pavārentāsane dve ca

kammagilānañātakā

rājā corā ca dhuttā ca

bhikkhupaccatthikā tathā

They invited, on their seats, and two,

transactions, a sick monk, relatives,

kings, thieves, mischief-makers,

and likewise opponents of the monks.

pañca catutayo dveko

āpanno vematī sarī

sabbo saṅgho vematiko

bahusamā ca thokikā

Five, four, three, two, one,

fallen (into an offense), in doubt,

he remembered,

the entire Saṅgha, in doubt,

more, equal, fewer.

āvāsikā catuddassā

liṅgasaṁvāsakā ubho

gantabbaṁ na nisinnāya

chandadāne pavāraṇā

The residents on the fourteenth,

traces, common affiliation, both,

one should go, not with one sitting,

the Invitation when consent has been given.

sañcarehi [ME: savarehi] khepitā megho

antarā ca pavāraṇā

Because of Savaras, it was spent, a cloud,

obstructions, and the Invitation.

na karonti puramhākaṁ

aṭṭhapitā ca bhikkhuno

kimhi cāti [ME: vāti] katamañca

diṭṭhena sutasaṅkāya

They didn’t give (leave);

before (they canceled) ours,

not (properly) canceled, a monk’s,

why? and which?

on the basis of what is

seen, heard, suspected.

codako cuditako ca

thullavatthu ca bhaṇḍanaṁ

pavāraṇassa saṅgaho

anissaro pavārayeti.

One making a charge, one charged,

a thullaccaya, a matter, a quarrel,

the delay of the Invitation,

not in charge; it should invite.




https://www.tipitaka.org/taml/



கா³தா²ஸங்க³ணிகங்


1. ஸத்தனக³ரேஸு பஞ்ஞத்தஸிக்கா²பத³ங்


335.


ஏகங்ஸங் சீவரங் கத்வா, பக்³க³ண்ஹித்வான அஞ்ஜலிங்;


ஆஸீஸமானரூபோவ [ஆஸிங்ஸமானரூபோவ (ஸீ॰ ஸ்யா॰)], கிஸ்ஸ த்வங் இத⁴ மாக³தோ.


த்³வீஸு வினயேஸு யே பஞ்ஞத்தா;


உத்³தே³ஸங் ஆக³ச்ச²ந்தி உபோஸதே²ஸு;


கதி தே ஸிக்கா²பதா³ ஹொந்தி;


கதிஸு நக³ரேஸு பஞ்ஞத்தா.


ப⁴த்³த³கோ தே உம்மங்கோ³, யோனிஸோ பரிபுச்ச²ஸி;


தக்³க⁴ தே அஹமக்கி²ஸ்ஸங், யதா²ஸி குஸலோ ததா².


த்³வீஸு வினயேஸு யே பஞ்ஞத்தா;


உத்³தே³ஸங் ஆக³ச்ச²ந்தி உபோஸதே²ஸு;


அட்³டு⁴ட்³ட⁴ஸதானி தே ஹொந்தி;


ஸத்தஸு நக³ரேஸு பஞ்ஞத்தா.


கதமேஸு ஸத்தஸு நக³ரேஸு பஞ்ஞத்தா;


இங்க⁴ மே த்வங் ப்³யாகர நங் [இங்க⁴ மே தங் ப்³யாகர (க॰)];


தங் வசனபத²ங் [தவ வசனபத²ங் (ஸ்யா॰)] நிஸாமயித்வா;


படிபஜ்ஜேம ஹிதாய நோ ஸியா.


வேஸாலியங் ராஜக³ஹே, ஸாவத்தி²யஞ்ச ஆளவியங்;


கோஸம்பி³யஞ்ச ஸக்கேஸு, ப⁴க்³கே³ஸு சேவ பஞ்ஞத்தா.


கதி வேஸாலியங் பஞ்ஞத்தா, கதி ராஜக³ஹே கதா;


ஸாவத்தி²யங் கதி ஹொந்தி, கதி ஆளவியங் கதா.


கதி கோஸம்பி³யங் பஞ்ஞத்தா, கதி ஸக்கேஸு வுச்சந்தி;


கதி ப⁴க்³கே³ஸு பஞ்ஞத்தா, தங் மே அக்கா²ஹி புச்சி²தோ.


த³ஸ வேஸாலியங் பஞ்ஞத்தா, ஏகவீஸ ராஜக³ஹே கதா;


ச²ஊன தீணிஸதானி, ஸப்³பே³ ஸாவத்தி²யங் கதா.


ச² ஆளவியங் பஞ்ஞத்தா, அட்ட² கோஸம்பி³யங் கதா;


அட்ட² ஸக்கேஸு வுச்சந்தி, தயோ ப⁴க்³கே³ஸு பஞ்ஞத்தா.


யே வேஸாலியங் பஞ்ஞத்தா, தே ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங் [யதா²கத²ங் (ஸீ॰ ஸ்யா॰ ஏவமுபரிபி)];


மேது²னவிக்³க³ஹுத்தரி, அதிரேகஞ்ச காளகங்.


பூ⁴தங் பரம்பரப⁴த்தங், த³ந்தபோனேன [த³ந்தபோணேன (க॰)] அசேலகோ;


பி⁴க்கு²னீஸு ச அக்கோஸோ, த³ஸேதே வேஸாலியங் கதா.


யே ராஜக³ஹே பஞ்ஞத்தா, தே ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்;


அதி³ன்னாதா³னங் ராஜக³ஹே, த்³வே அனுத்³த⁴ங்ஸனா த்³வேபி ச பே⁴தா³.


அந்தரவாஸகங் ரூபியங் ஸுத்தங், உஜ்ஜா²பனேன ச பாசிதபிண்ட³ங் ;


க³ணபோ⁴ஜனங் விகாலே ச, சாரித்தங் நஹானங் ஊனவீஸதி.


சீவரங் த³த்வா வோஸாஸந்தி, ஏதே ராஜக³ஹே கதா;


கி³ரக்³க³சரியா தத்தே²வ, ச²ந்த³தா³னேன ஏகவீஸதி.


யே ஸாவத்தி²யங் பஞ்ஞத்தா, தே ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்;


பாராஜிகானி சத்தாரி, ஸங்கா⁴தி³ஸேஸா ப⁴வந்தி ஸோளஸ.


அனியதா ச த்³வே ஹொந்தி, நிஸ்ஸக்³கி³யா சதுவீஸதி;


ச²பஞ்ஞாஸஸதஞ்சேவ, கு²த்³த³கானி பவுச்சந்தி.


த³ஸயேவ ச கா³ரய்ஹா, த்³வேஸத்ததி ச ஸேகி²யா;


ச²ஊன தீணிஸதானி, ஸப்³பே³ ஸாவத்தி²யங் கதா.


யே ஆளவியங் பஞ்ஞத்தா, தே ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்;


குடிகோஸியஸெய்யா ச, க²ணனே க³ச்ச² தே³வதே;


ஸப்பாணகஞ்ச ஸிஞ்சந்தி, ச² ஏதே ஆளவியங் கதா.


யே கோஸம்பி³யங் பஞ்ஞத்தா, தே ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்;


மஹாவிஹாரோ தோ³வசஸ்ஸங், அஞ்ஞங் த்³வாரங் ஸுராய ச;


அனாத³ரியங் ஸஹத⁴ம்மோ, பயோபானேன அட்ட²மங்.


யே ஸக்கேஸு பஞ்ஞத்தா, தே ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்;


ஏளகலோமானி பத்தோ ச, ஓவாதோ³ சேவ பே⁴ஸஜ்ஜங்.


ஸூசி ஆரஞ்ஞிகோ சேவ, அட்டே²தே [ச² ஏதே (ஸப்³ப³த்த²)] காபிலவத்த²வே;


உத³கஸுத்³தி⁴யா ஓவாதோ³, பி⁴க்கு²னீஸு பவுச்சந்தி.


யே ப⁴க்³கே³ஸு பஞ்ஞத்தா, தே ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்;


ஸமாத³ஹித்வா விஸிப்³பெ³ந்தி, ஸாமிஸேன ஸஸித்த²கங்.


பாராஜிகானி சத்தாரி, ஸங்கா⁴தி³ஸேஸானி ப⁴வந்தி;


ஸத்த ச நிஸ்ஸக்³கி³யானி, அட்ட² த்³வத்திங்ஸ கு²த்³த³கா.


த்³வே கா³ரய்ஹா தயோ ஸெக்கா², ச²ப்பஞ்ஞாஸ ஸிக்கா²பதா³;


ச²ஸு நக³ரேஸு பஞ்ஞத்தா, பு³த்³தே⁴னாதி³ச்சப³ந்து⁴னா.


ச²ஊன தீணிஸதானி, ஸப்³பே³ ஸாவத்தி²யங் கதா;


காருணிகேன பு³த்³தே⁴ன, கோ³தமேன யஸஸ்ஸினா.


2. சதுவிபத்திங்


336.


யங் தங் [யங் யங் (க॰)] புச்சி²ம்ஹ அகித்தயி நோ;


தங் தங் ப்³யாகதங் அனஞ்ஞதா²;


அஞ்ஞங் தங் புச்சா²மி ததி³ங்க⁴ ப்³ரூஹி;


க³ருக லஹுகஞ்சாபி ஸாவஸேஸங்;


அனவஸேஸங் து³ட்டு²ல்லஞ்ச அது³ட்டு²ல்லங்;


யே ச யாவததியகா.


ஸாதா⁴ரணங் அஸாதா⁴ரணங்;


விப⁴த்தியோ ச [விபத்தியோ ச (ஸீ॰ ஸ்யா॰)] யேஹி ஸமதே²ஹி ஸம்மந்தி;


ஸப்³பா³னிபேதானி வியாகரோஹி;


ஹந்த³ வாக்யங் ஸுணோம தே.


ஏகதிங்ஸா யே க³ருகா, அட்டெ²த்த² அனவஸேஸா;


யே க³ருகா தே து³ட்டு²ல்லா, யே து³ட்டு²ல்லா ஸா ஸீலவிபத்தி;


பாராஜிகங் ஸங்கா⁴தி³ஸேஸோ, ‘‘ஸீலவிபத்தீ’’தி வுச்சதி.


து²ல்லச்சயங் பாசித்தியா, பாடிதே³ஸனீயங் து³க்கடங்;


து³ப்³பா⁴ஸிதங் யோ சாயங், அக்கோஸதி ஹஸாதி⁴ப்பாயோ;


அயங் ஸா ஆசாரவிபத்திஸம்மதா.


விபரீததி³ட்டி²ங் க³ண்ஹந்தி, அஸத்³த⁴ம்மேஹி புரக்க²தா;


அப்³பா⁴சிக்க²ந்தி ஸம்பு³த்³த⁴ங், து³ப்பஞ்ஞா மோஹபாருதா;


அயங் ஸா தி³ட்டி²விபத்திஸம்மதா.


ஆஜீவஹேது ஆஜீவகாரணா பாபிச்சோ² இச்சா²பகதோ அஸந்தங்
அபூ⁴தங் உத்தரிமனுஸ்ஸத⁴ம்மங் உல்லபதி, ஆஜீவஹேது ஆஜீவகாரணா ஸஞ்சரித்தங்
ஸமாபஜ்ஜதி, ஆஜீவஹேது ஆஜீவகாரணா – ‘‘யோ தே விஹாரே வஸதி, ஸோ பி⁴க்கு²
அரஹா’’தி ப⁴ணதி, ஆஜீவஹேது ஆஜீவகாரணா பி⁴க்கு² பணீதபோ⁴ஜனானி அத்தனோ அத்தா²ய
விஞ்ஞாபெத்வா பு⁴ஞ்ஜதி, ஆஜீவஹேது ஆஜீவகாரணா பி⁴க்கு²னீ பணீதபோ⁴ஜனானி அத்தனோ
அத்தா²ய விஞ்ஞாபெத்வா பு⁴ஞ்ஜதி, ஆஜீவஹேது ஆஜீவகாரணா ஸூபங் வா ஓத³னங் வா
அகி³லானோ அத்தனோ அத்தா²ய விஞ்ஞாபெத்வா பு⁴ஞ்ஜதி. அயங் ஸா ஆஜீவவிபத்தி
ஸம்மதா.


ஏகாத³ஸ யாவததியகா, தே ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்;


உக்கி²த்தானுவத்திகா, அட்ட² யாவததியகா;


அரிட்டோ² சண்ட³காளீ ச, இமே தே யாவததியகா.


3. சே²த³னகாதி³


337. கதி சே²த³னகானி? கதி பே⁴த³னகானி? கதி உத்³தா³லனகானி? கதி அனஞ்ஞபாசித்தியானி? கதி பி⁴க்கு²ஸம்முதியோ? கதி ஸாமீசியோ? கதி பரமானி?


கதி ஜானந்தி பஞ்ஞத்தா, பு³த்³தே⁴னாதி³ச்சப³ந்து⁴னா.


ச² சே²த³னகானி. ஏகங் பே⁴த³னகங். ஏகங் உத்³தா³லனகங்.
சத்தாரி அனஞ்ஞபாசித்தியானி. சதஸ்ஸோ பி⁴க்கு²ஸம்முதியோ. ஸத்த ஸாமீசியோ.
சுத்³த³ஸ பரமானி.


ஸோத³ஸ [ஸோளஸ (ஸீ॰ ஸ்யா॰) அட்ட²கதா² ஓலோகேதப்³பா³] ஜானந்தி பஞ்ஞத்தா, பு³த்³தே⁴னாதி³ச்சப³ந்து⁴னா.


4. அஸாதா⁴ரணாதி³


338.


வீஸங் த்³வே ஸதானி பி⁴க்கூ²னங் ஸிக்கா²பதா³னி;


உத்³தே³ஸங் ஆக³ச்ச²ந்தி உபோஸதே²ஸு;


தீணி ஸதானி சத்தாரி பி⁴க்கு²னீனங் ஸிக்கா²பதா³னி;


உத்³தே³ஸங் ஆக³ச்ச²ந்தி உபோஸதே²ஸு.


ச²சத்தாரீஸா பி⁴க்கூ²னங், பி⁴க்கு²னீஹி அஸாதா⁴ரணா;


ஸதங் திங்ஸா ச பி⁴க்கு²னீனங், பி⁴க்கூ²ஹி அஸாதா⁴ரணா.


ஸதங் ஸத்ததி ச²ச்சேவ, உபி⁴ன்னங் அஸாதா⁴ரணா;


ஸதங் ஸத்ததி சத்தாரி, உபி⁴ன்னங் ஸமஸிக்க²தா.


வீஸங் த்³வே ஸதானி பி⁴க்கூ²னங் ஸிக்கா²பதா³னி;


உத்³தே³ஸங் ஆக³ச்ச²ந்தி உபோஸதே²ஸு;


தே ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்.


பாராஜிகானி சத்தாரி, ஸங்கா⁴தி³ஸேஸானி ப⁴வந்தி தேரஸ;


அனியதா த்³வே ஹொந்தி.


நிஸ்ஸக்³கி³யானி திங்ஸேவ, த்³வேனவுதி ச கு²த்³த³கா;


சத்தாரோ பாடிதே³ஸனீயா, பஞ்சஸத்ததி ஸேகி²யா.


வீஸங் த்³வே ஸதானி சிமே ஹொந்தி பி⁴க்கூ²னங் ஸிக்கா²பதா³னி;


உத்³தே³ஸங் ஆக³ச்ச²ந்தி உபோஸதே²ஸு.


தீணி ஸதானி சத்தாரி, பி⁴க்கு²னீனங் ஸிக்கா²பதா³னி;


உத்³தே³ஸங் ஆக³ச்ச²ந்தி உபோஸதே²ஸு, தே ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்.


பாராஜிகானி அட்ட², ஸங்கா⁴தி³ஸேஸானி ப⁴வந்தி ஸத்தரஸ;


நிஸ்ஸக்³கி³யானி திங்ஸேவ, ஸதங் ஸட்டி² ச² சேவ கு²த்³த³கானி பவுச்சந்தி.


அட்ட² பாடிதே³ஸனீயா, பஞ்சஸத்ததி ஸேகி²யா;


தீணி ஸதானி சத்தாரி சிமே ஹொந்தி பி⁴க்கு²னீனங் ஸிக்கா²பதா³னி;


உத்³தே³ஸங் ஆக³ச்ச²ந்தி உபோஸதே²ஸு.


ச²சத்தாரீஸா பி⁴க்கூ²னங், பி⁴க்கு²னீஹி அஸாதா⁴ரணா;


தே ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்.


ஸங்கா⁴தி³ஸேஸா, த்³வே அனியதேஹி அட்ட²;


நிஸ்ஸக்³கி³யானி த்³வாத³ஸ, தேஹி தே ஹொந்தி வீஸதி.


த்³வேவீஸதி கு²த்³த³கா, சதுரோ பாடிதே³ஸனீயா;


ச²சத்தாரீஸா சிமே ஹொந்தி, பி⁴க்கூ²னங் பி⁴க்கு²னீஹி அஸாதா⁴ரணா.


ஸதங் திங்ஸா ச பி⁴க்கு²னீனங், பி⁴க்கூ²ஹி அஸாதா⁴ரணா;


தே ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்.


பாராஜிகானி சத்தாரி, ஸங்க⁴ம்ஹா த³ஸ நிஸ்ஸரே;


நிஸ்ஸக்³கி³யானி த்³வாத³ஸ, ச²ன்னவுதி ச கு²த்³த³கா;


அட்ட² பாடிதே³ஸனீயா.


ஸதங் திங்ஸா சிமே ஹொந்தி பி⁴க்கு²னீனங், பி⁴க்கூ²ஹி அஸாதா⁴ரணா;


ஸதங் ஸத்ததி ச²ச்சேவ, உபி⁴ன்னங் அஸாதா⁴ரணா;


தே ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்.


பாராஜிகானி சத்தாரி, ஸங்கா⁴தி³ஸேஸானி ப⁴வந்தி ஸோளஸ;


அனியதா த்³வே ஹொந்தி, நிஸ்ஸக்³கி³யானி சதுவீஸதி;


ஸதங் அட்டா²ரஸா சேவ, கு²த்³த³கானி பவுச்சந்தி;


த்³வாத³ஸ பாடிதே³ஸனீயா.


ஸதங் ஸத்ததி ச²ச்சேவிமே ஹொந்தி, உபி⁴ன்னங் அஸாதா⁴ரணா;


ஸதங் ஸத்ததி சத்தாரி, உபி⁴ன்னங் ஸமஸிக்க²தா;


தே ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்.


பாராஜிகானி சத்தாரி, ஸங்கா⁴தி³ஸேஸானி ப⁴வந்தி ஸத்த;


நிஸ்ஸக்³கி³யானி அட்டா²ரஸ, ஸமஸத்ததி கு²த்³த³கா;


பஞ்சஸத்ததி ஸேகி²யானி.


ஸதங் ஸத்ததி சத்தாரி சிமே ஹொந்தி, உபி⁴ன்னங் ஸமஸிக்க²தா;


அட்டே² பாராஜிகா யே து³ராஸதா³, தாலவத்து²ஸமூபமா.


பண்டு³பலாஸோ புது²ஸிலா, ஸீஸச்சி²ன்னோவ ஸோ நரோ;


தாலோவ மத்த²கச்சி²ன்னோ, அவிருள்ஹீ ப⁴வந்தி தே.


தேவீஸதி ஸங்கா⁴தி³ஸேஸா, த்³வே அனியதா;


த்³வே சத்தாரீஸ நிஸ்ஸக்³கி³யா;


அட்டா²ஸீதிஸதங் பாசித்தியா, த்³வாத³ஸ பாடிதே³ஸனீயா.


பஞ்சஸத்ததி ஸேகி²யா, தீஹி ஸமதே²ஹி ஸம்மந்தி;


ஸம்முகா² ச படிஞ்ஞாய, திணவத்தா²ரகேன ச.


த்³வே உபோஸதா² த்³வே பவாரணா;


சத்தாரி கம்மானி ஜினேன தே³ஸிதா;


பஞ்சேவ உத்³தே³ஸா சதுரோ ப⁴வந்தி;


அனஞ்ஞதா² ஆபத்திக்க²ந்தா⁴ ச ப⁴வந்தி ஸத்த.


அதி⁴கரணானி சத்தாரி ஸத்தஹி ஸமதே²ஹி ஸம்மந்தி;


த்³வீஹி சதூஹி தீஹி கிச்சங் ஏகேன ஸம்மதி.


5. பாராஜிகாதி³ஆபத்தி


339.


‘பாராஜிக’ந்தி யங் வுத்தங், தங் ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்;


சுதோ பரத்³தோ⁴ ப⁴ட்டோ² ச, ஸத்³த⁴ம்மா ஹி நிரங்கதோ;


ஸங்வாஸோபி தஹிங் நத்தி², தேனேதங் இதி வுச்சதி.


‘ஸங்கா⁴தி³ஸேஸோ’தி யங் வுத்தங், தங் ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்;


ஸங்கோ⁴வ தே³தி பரிவாஸங், மூலாய படிகஸ்ஸதி;


மானத்தங் தே³தி அப்³பே⁴தி, தேனேதங் இதி வுச்சதி.


‘அனியதோ’தி யங் வுத்தங், தங் ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்;


அனியதோ ந நியதோ, அனேகங்ஸிகதங் பத³ங்;


திண்ணமஞ்ஞதரங் டா²னங், ‘அனியதோ’தி பவுச்சதி.


‘து²ல்லச்சய’ந்தி யங் வுத்தங், தங் ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்;


ஏகஸ்ஸ மூலே யோ தே³ஸேதி, யோ ச தங் படிக³ண்ஹதி;


அச்சயோ தேன ஸமோ நத்தி², தேனேதங் இதி வுச்சதி.


‘நிஸ்ஸக்³கி³ய’ந்தி யங் வுத்தங், தங் ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்;


ஸங்க⁴மஜ்ஜே² க³ணமஜ்ஜே², ஏகஸ்ஸேவ ச ஏகதோ;


நிஸ்ஸஜ்ஜித்வான தே³ஸேதி, தேனேதங் இதி வுச்சதி.


‘பாசித்திய’ந்தி யங் வுத்தங், தங் ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்;


பாதேதி குஸலங் த⁴ம்மங், அரியமக்³க³ங் அபரஜ்ஜ²தி;


சித்தஸங்மோஹனட்டா²னங், தேனேதங் இதி வுச்சதி.


‘பாடிதே³ஸனீய’ந்தி யங் வுத்தங், தங் ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்;


பி⁴க்கு² அஞ்ஞாதகோ ஸந்தோ, கிச்சா² லத்³தா⁴ய போ⁴ஜனங்;


ஸாமங் க³ஹெத்வா பு⁴ஞ்ஜெய்ய, ‘கா³ரய்ஹ’ந்தி பவுச்சதி.


நிமந்தனாஸு பு⁴ஞ்ஜந்தா ச²ந்தா³ய, வோஸாஸதி தத்த² பி⁴க்கு²னிங்;


அனிவாரெத்வா தஹிங் பு⁴ஞ்ஜே, கா³ரய்ஹந்தி பவுச்சதி.


ஸத்³தா⁴சித்தங் குலங் க³ந்த்வா, அப்பபோ⁴க³ங் அனாளியங் [அனாள்ஹியங் (ஸீ॰ ஸ்யா॰)];


அகி³லானோ தஹிங் பு⁴ஞ்ஜே, கா³ரய்ஹந்தி பவுச்சதி.


யோ சே அரஞ்ஞே விஹரந்தோ, ஸாஸங்கே ஸப⁴யானகே;


அவிதி³தங் தஹிங் பு⁴ஞ்ஜே, கா³ரய்ஹந்தி பவுச்சதி.


பி⁴க்கு²னீ அஞ்ஞாதிகா ஸந்தா, யங் பரேஸங் மமாயிதங்;


ஸப்பி தேலங் மது⁴ங் பா²ணிதங், மச்ச²மங்ஸங் அதோ² கீ²ரங்;


த³தி⁴ங் ஸயங் விஞ்ஞாபெய்ய பி⁴க்கு²னீ, கா³ரய்ஹபத்தா ஸுக³தஸ்ஸ ஸாஸனே.


‘து³க்கட’ந்தி யங் வுத்தங், தங் ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்;


அபரத்³த⁴ங் விரத்³த⁴ஞ்ச, க²லிதங் யஞ்ச து³க்கடங்.


யங் மனுஸ்ஸோ கரே பாபங், ஆவி வா யதி³ வா ரஹோ;


‘து³க்கட’ந்தி பவேதெ³ந்தி, தேனேதங் இதி வுச்சதி.


‘து³ப்³பா⁴ஸித’ந்தி யங் வுத்தங், தங் ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்;


து³ப்³பா⁴ஸிதங் து³ராப⁴ட்ட²ங், ஸங்கிலிட்ட²ஞ்ச யங் பத³ங்;


யஞ்ச விஞ்ஞூ க³ரஹந்தி, தேனேதங் இதி வுச்சதி.


‘ஸேகி²ய’ந்தி யங் வுத்தங், தங் ஸுணோஹி யதா²தத²ங்;


ஸெக்க²ஸ்ஸ ஸிக்க²மானஸ்ஸ, உஜுமக்³கா³னுஸாரினோ.


ஆதி³ சேதங் சரணஞ்ச, முக²ங் ஸஞ்ஞமஸங்வரோ;


ஸிக்கா² ஏதாதி³ஸீ நத்தி², தேனேதங் இதி வுச்சதி.


[உதா³॰ 45 உதா³னேபி] ச²ன்னமதிவஸ்ஸதி , விவடங் நாதிவஸ்ஸதி;


தஸ்மா ச²ன்னங் விவரேத², ஏவங் தங் நாதிவஸ்ஸதி.


க³தி மிகா³னங் பவனங், ஆகாஸோ பக்கி²னங் க³தி;


விப⁴வோ க³தி த⁴ம்மானங், நிப்³பா³னங் அரஹதோ க³தீதி.


கா³தா²ஸங்க³ணிகங்.


தஸ்ஸுத்³தா³னங் –


ஸத்தனக³ரேஸு பஞ்ஞத்தா, விபத்தி சதுரோபி ச;


பி⁴க்கூ²னங் பி⁴க்கு²னீனஞ்ச, ஸாதா⁴ரணா அஸாதா⁴ரணா;


ஸாஸனங் அனுக்³க³ஹாய, கா³தா²ஸங்க³ணிகங் இத³ந்தி.


கா³தா²ஸங்க³ணிகங் நிட்டி²தங்.


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