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𝓛𝓔𝓱𝓱𝓞𝓝 4041 Sun 25 đ“™đ“Ÿđ“” 2021 Prabuddha Sammelan GHMC to plant 1.5 crore saplings under Haritha Haram - https://www.newindianexpress.com/…/ghmc-to-plant-15… đ“čđ“»đ“žđ“čđ“Ș𝓰đ“Ște đ“”đ“œđ“źđ“»đ“·đ“Șđ“” đ“‘đ“”đ“Čđ“Œđ“Œ đ“œđ“±đ“»đ“žđ“Ÿđ“°đ“± đ“čđ“”đ“Șđ“·đ“œđ“Čđ“·đ“° đ“»đ“Ș𝔀 đ“„đ“źđ“°đ“Șđ“· đ“‘đ“»đ“žđ“Źđ“Źđ“žđ“”đ“Č, đ“č𝓼đ“čđ“čđ“źđ“»đ“Œ,đ“Źđ“Ÿđ“Źđ“Ÿđ“¶đ“«đ“źđ“»đ“Œ, 𝓬đ“Șđ“»đ“»đ“žđ“œđ“Œ, đ“«đ“źđ“Șđ“·đ“Œ đ“żđ“źđ“°đ“źđ“œđ“Șđ“«đ“”đ“źđ“Œ,𝓓𝔀đ“Șđ“»đ“Ż đ“Żđ“»đ“Ÿđ“Čđ“œ 🍎 🍉 đ“œđ“»đ“źđ“źđ“Œ đ“Čđ“· đ“čđ“žđ“œđ“Œ đ“Șđ“·đ“­ đ“Șđ“”đ“” đ“žđ“żđ“źđ“» đ“œđ“±đ“ź đ”€đ“žđ“»đ“”đ“­ đ“Șđ“·đ“­ đ“Čđ“· 𝓱đ“čđ“Ș𝓬𝓼 đ“œđ“ž 𝓼đ“Șđ“œ đ“”đ“Č𝓮𝓼 đ“«đ“Čđ“»đ“­đ“Œ đ“Șđ“Œ đ“čđ“”đ“Șđ“·đ“·đ“źđ“­ đ“«đ”‚ 𝓝𝓐𝓱𝓐, đ“‘đ“»đ“Čđ“œđ“Čđ“Œđ“± đ“«đ“Čđ“”đ“”đ“Čđ“žđ“·đ“Șđ“Čđ“»đ“ź 𝓡đ“Čđ“Źđ“±đ“Șđ“»đ“­ đ“‘đ“»đ“Șđ“·đ“Œđ“žđ“· đ“Żđ“”đ“źđ”€ đ“Čđ“·đ“œđ“ž đ“Œđ“čđ“Ș𝓬𝓼 đ“Șđ“«đ“žđ“Șđ“»đ“­ đ“Ș đ“„đ“Čđ“»đ“°đ“Čđ“· 𝓖đ“Șđ“”đ“Șđ“Źđ“œđ“Č𝓬 đ“żđ“źđ“Œđ“Œđ“źđ“” đ“Șđ“·đ“­ 𝓙𝓼𝓯𝓯 đ“‘đ“źđ”ƒđ“žđ“Œ. đ“”đ“·đ“œđ“Čđ“»đ“ź 𝓔đ“Șđ“»đ“œđ“± đ“Șđ“·đ“­ 𝓱đ“čđ“Ș𝓬𝓼 đ“Șđ“»đ“ź đ“đ“¶đ“Ÿđ“­đ“±đ“Ș đ“ąđ“€đ“Ąđ“đ“‘đ“˜ 𝓾𝓯 𝓜đ“Șđ“·đ“Čđ“¶đ“źđ“°đ“Șđ“”đ“Șđ“Č. đ“đ“Œđ“±đ“žđ“Žđ“Ș đ“čđ“”đ“Șđ“·đ“œđ“źđ“­ đ“Żđ“»đ“Ÿđ“Čđ“œ đ“«đ“źđ“Șđ“»đ“Čđ“·đ“° đ“œđ“»đ“źđ“źđ“Œ đ“Șđ“”đ“” đ“žđ“żđ“źđ“» đ“±đ“Čđ“Œ đ“źđ“¶đ“čđ“Čđ“»đ“ź.Mayawati said that that after she becomes the Prime Minister she will bring back the Ashokan Rule. 𝓜đ“Șđ“·đ“Čđ“¶đ“źđ“°đ“Șđ“”đ“Șđ“Č 𝓯𝓼𝓭 đ“œđ“±đ“ź đ“čđ“žđ“žđ“» đ“œđ“±đ“»đ“žđ“Ÿđ“°đ“± đ“đ“¶đ“Ÿđ“­đ“±đ“Ș đ“ąđ“Ÿđ“»đ“Șđ“«đ“±đ“Č . đ“đ“”đ“Œđ“ž đ“œđ“ž đ“œđ“»đ“Șđ“Čđ“· đ“č𝓼𝓾đ“čđ“”đ“ź đ“žđ“· 𝓜đ“Čđ“·đ“­đ“Żđ“Ÿđ“” 𝓱𝔀đ“Čđ“¶đ“¶đ“Čđ“·đ“°, đ“Łđ“±đ“Șđ“Č đ“’đ“±đ“Č, 𝓚đ“Șđ“”đ“Șđ“»đ“Č đ“đ“»đ“œđ“Œ, đ“™đ“Ÿđ“­đ“ž, 𝓚đ“Șđ“»đ“Șđ“œđ“ź, đ“šđ“Ÿđ“·đ“° đ“•đ“Ÿ đ“¶đ“Șđ“»đ“œđ“Čđ“Șđ“” đ“Șđ“»đ“œđ“Œ. đ“Ÿđ“»đ“Șđ“Źđ“œđ“Č𝓬𝓼 𝓜đ“Čđ“·đ“­đ“Żđ“Ÿđ“” 𝓱𝔀đ“Čđ“¶đ“¶đ“Čđ“·đ“° - đ“„đ“Čđ“¶đ“Șđ“”đ“ž 𝓐𝔀đ“Șđ“Žđ“źđ“·đ“źđ“­ đ“đ“Œđ“±đ“žđ“Žđ“Ș 𝓜đ“Șđ“·đ“Čđ“¶đ“źđ“°đ“Șđ“”đ“Č đ“•đ“źđ“”đ“”đ“žđ”€. From 𝓔-đ“«đ“žđ“žđ“Ž-𝓓𝓞 𝓖𝓞𝓞𝓓 đ“Ÿđ“€đ“Ąđ“˜đ“•đ“š 𝓜𝓘𝓝𝓓 𝓐𝓣𝓣𝓐𝓘𝓝 𝓔𝓣𝓔𝓡𝓝𝓐𝓛 𝓑𝓛𝓘𝓱𝓱 đ“Żđ“»đ“žđ“¶ đ“šđ“Ÿđ“Œđ“±đ“Čđ“·đ“Șđ“»đ“Ș 𝓝𝓘𝓑𝓑Ā𝓝𝓐 đ“‘đ“—đ“€đ“œđ“˜ 𝓟đ“Ș𝓰𝓾𝓭đ“Ș 18đ“Żđ“œ 𝓓đ“Čđ“Ș. đ“Ș 3𝓓 360 đ“­đ“źđ“°đ“»đ“źđ“ź 𝓬đ“Čđ“»đ“Źđ“Ÿđ“”đ“Șđ“» 𝓟đ“Ș𝓰𝓾𝓭đ“Ș đ“Șđ“œ đ“Šđ“±đ“Čđ“œđ“ź đ“—đ“žđ“¶đ“ź, 668 5đ“œđ“± 𝓐 𝓜đ“Șđ“Čđ“· 𝓡𝓾đ“Ș𝓭, 8đ“œđ“± đ“’đ“»đ“žđ“Œđ“Œ, 𝓗𝓐𝓛 𝓘𝓘𝓘 đ“ąđ“œđ“Ș𝓰𝓼, đ“Ÿđ“Ÿđ“·đ“Č𝔂đ“Ș đ“‘đ“—đ“€đ“œđ“˜ đ“‘đ“źđ“·đ“°đ“Șđ“”đ“Ÿđ“»đ“Ÿ, 𝓜đ“Ș𝓰đ“Șđ“­đ“±đ“Č 𝓚đ“Șđ“»đ“·đ“Șđ“œđ“Ș𝓮đ“Ș, đ“Ÿđ“»đ“Șđ“«đ“Ÿđ“­đ“­đ“±đ“Ș đ“‘đ“±đ“Șđ“»đ“Șđ“œ đ“˜đ“·đ“œđ“źđ“»đ“·đ“Șđ“œđ“Čđ“žđ“·đ“Șđ“” đ“±đ“œđ“œđ“č://đ“Œđ“Șđ“»đ“żđ“Ș𝓳đ“Șđ“·.đ“Șđ“¶đ“«đ“źđ“­đ“Žđ“Șđ“».đ“žđ“»đ“° đ“«đ“Ÿđ“­đ“­đ“±đ“Șđ“Œđ“Șđ“Č𝓭2đ“Ÿđ“Œ@đ“°đ“¶đ“Șđ“Čđ“”.đ“Źđ“žđ“¶ đ“łđ“Źđ“Œ4đ“źđ“żđ“źđ“»@đ“žđ“Ÿđ“œđ“”đ“žđ“žđ“Ž.đ“Źđ“žđ“¶ đ“łđ“Źđ“±đ“Șđ“·đ“­đ“»đ“Șđ“Œđ“źđ“Žđ“±đ“Șđ“»đ“Șđ“·@𝔂đ“Șđ“±đ“žđ“ž.đ“Źđ“žđ“¶ 080-25203792 9449260443 9449835875 𝔀đ“Čđ“Œđ“±đ“źđ“Œ đ“œđ“ž đ“«đ“ź đ“Ș đ”€đ“žđ“»đ“Žđ“Čđ“·đ“° đ“čđ“Șđ“»đ“œđ“·đ“źđ“» 𝔀đ“Čđ“œđ“± GHMC & GCC for its One crore saplings are anticipated to be planted as a part of the programme within the metropolis, with 10 lakh saplings proposed to be planted within the first 12 months. Along with Residents’ welfare associations that will play a serious position within the drive. As The civic physique is planning to entrust the associations with the duty of sustaining the bushes of their neighbourhood.And the Officers suggest to reward the associations that handle the saplings for a sure time period. https://youtu.be/_sFm8xgP38I Congratulations for ‘Best day ever’: Jeff Bezosblasts into space on own rocket
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𝓛𝓔𝓱𝓱𝓞𝓝 4041 Sun 25 đ“™đ“Ÿđ“” 2021
𝔓𝔯𝔞𝔟đ”Čđ”Ąđ”Ąđ”„đ”ž 𝔖𝔞đ”Șđ”Șđ”ąđ”©đ”žđ”«

GHMC to plant 1.5 crore saplings under Haritha Haram -
đ“čđ“»đ“žđ“čđ“Ș𝓰đ“Ște đ“”đ“œđ“źđ“»đ“·đ“Șđ“” đ“‘đ“”đ“Čđ“Œđ“Œ đ“œđ“±đ“»đ“žđ“Ÿđ“°đ“± đ“čđ“”đ“Șđ“·đ“œđ“Čđ“·đ“°
đ“»đ“Ș𝔀 đ“„đ“źđ“°đ“Șđ“· đ“‘đ“»đ“žđ“Źđ“Źđ“žđ“”đ“Č, đ“č𝓼đ“čđ“čđ“źđ“»đ“Œ,đ“Źđ“Ÿđ“Źđ“Ÿđ“¶đ“«đ“źđ“»đ“Œ,
𝓬đ“Șđ“»đ“»đ“žđ“œđ“Œ, đ“«đ“źđ“Șđ“·đ“Œ đ“żđ“źđ“°đ“źđ“œđ“Șđ“«đ“”đ“źđ“Œ,𝓓𝔀đ“Șđ“»đ“Ż đ“Żđ“»đ“Ÿđ“Čđ“œ 🍎 🍉
đ“œđ“»đ“źđ“źđ“Œ
đ“Čđ“· đ“čđ“žđ“œđ“Œ đ“Șđ“·đ“­ đ“Șđ“”đ“” đ“žđ“żđ“źđ“» đ“œđ“±đ“ź đ”€đ“žđ“»đ“”đ“­ đ“Șđ“·đ“­ đ“Čđ“·
𝓱đ“čđ“Ș𝓬𝓼 đ“œđ“ž 𝓼đ“Șđ“œ đ“”đ“Č𝓮𝓼 đ“«đ“Čđ“»đ“­đ“Œ đ“Șđ“Œ đ“čđ“”đ“Șđ“·đ“·đ“źđ“­ đ“«đ”‚
𝓝𝓐𝓱𝓐, đ“‘đ“»đ“Čđ“œđ“Čđ“Œđ“± đ“«đ“Čđ“”đ“”đ“Čđ“žđ“·đ“Șđ“Čđ“»đ“ź 𝓡đ“Čđ“Źđ“±đ“Șđ“»đ“­
đ“‘đ“»đ“Șđ“·đ“Œđ“žđ“· đ“Żđ“”đ“źđ”€ đ“Čđ“·đ“œđ“ž đ“Œđ“čđ“Ș𝓬𝓼 đ“Șđ“«đ“žđ“Șđ“»đ“­ đ“Ș đ“„đ“Čđ“»đ“°đ“Čđ“·
𝓖đ“Șđ“”đ“Șđ“Źđ“œđ“Č𝓬 đ“żđ“źđ“Œđ“Œđ“źđ“” đ“Șđ“·đ“­ 𝓙𝓼𝓯𝓯 đ“‘đ“źđ”ƒđ“žđ“Œ.
đ“”đ“·đ“œđ“Čđ“»đ“ź
𝓔đ“Șđ“»đ“œđ“± đ“Șđ“·đ“­ 𝓱đ“čđ“Ș𝓬𝓼 đ“Șđ“»đ“ź đ“đ“¶đ“Ÿđ“­đ“±đ“Ș đ“ąđ“€đ“Ąđ“đ“‘đ“˜ 𝓾𝓯
𝓜đ“Șđ“·đ“Čđ“¶đ“źđ“°đ“Șđ“”đ“Șđ“Č. đ“đ“Œđ“±đ“žđ“Žđ“Ș đ“čđ“”đ“Șđ“·đ“œđ“źđ“­ đ“Żđ“»đ“Ÿđ“Čđ“œ
đ“«đ“źđ“Șđ“»đ“Čđ“·đ“° đ“œđ“»đ“źđ“źđ“Œ đ“Șđ“”đ“” đ“žđ“żđ“źđ“» đ“±đ“Čđ“Œ đ“źđ“¶đ“čđ“Čđ“»đ“ź.Mayawati
said that that after she becomes the Prime Minister she will bring back
the Ashokan Rule.
𝓜đ“Șđ“·đ“Čđ“¶đ“źđ“°đ“Șđ“”đ“Șđ“Č 𝓯𝓼𝓭 đ“œđ“±đ“ź đ“čđ“žđ“žđ“» đ“œđ“±đ“»đ“žđ“Ÿđ“°đ“± đ“đ“¶đ“Ÿđ“­đ“±đ“Ș đ“ąđ“Ÿđ“»đ“Șđ“«đ“±đ“Č .
đ“đ“”đ“Œđ“ž
đ“œđ“ž đ“œđ“»đ“Șđ“Čđ“· đ“č𝓼𝓾đ“čđ“”đ“ź đ“žđ“· 𝓜đ“Čđ“·đ“­đ“Żđ“Ÿđ“” 𝓱𝔀đ“Čđ“¶đ“¶đ“Čđ“·đ“°,
đ“Łđ“±đ“Șđ“Č đ“’đ“±đ“Č, 𝓚đ“Șđ“”đ“Șđ“»đ“Č đ“đ“»đ“œđ“Œ, đ“™đ“Ÿđ“­đ“ž, 𝓚đ“Șđ“»đ“Șđ“œđ“ź, đ“šđ“Ÿđ“·đ“°
đ“•đ“Ÿ đ“¶đ“Șđ“»đ“œđ“Čđ“Șđ“” đ“Șđ“»đ“œđ“Œ.
đ“Ÿđ“»đ“Șđ“Źđ“œđ“Č𝓬𝓼 𝓜đ“Čđ“·đ“­đ“Żđ“Ÿđ“” 𝓱𝔀đ“Čđ“¶đ“¶đ“Čđ“·đ“° - đ“„đ“Čđ“¶đ“Șđ“”đ“ž 𝓐𝔀đ“Șđ“Žđ“źđ“·đ“źđ“­ đ“đ“Œđ“±đ“žđ“Žđ“Ș 𝓜đ“Șđ“·đ“Čđ“¶đ“źđ“°đ“Șđ“”đ“Č đ“•đ“źđ“”đ“”đ“žđ”€.
From
𝓔-đ“«đ“žđ“žđ“Ž-𝓓𝓞 𝓖𝓞𝓞𝓓 đ“Ÿđ“€đ“Ąđ“˜đ“•đ“š 𝓜𝓘𝓝𝓓 𝓐𝓣𝓣𝓐𝓘𝓝 𝓔𝓣𝓔𝓡𝓝𝓐𝓛 𝓑𝓛𝓘𝓱𝓱
đ“Żđ“»đ“žđ“¶ đ“šđ“Ÿđ“Œđ“±đ“Čđ“·đ“Șđ“»đ“Ș 𝓝𝓘𝓑𝓑Ā𝓝𝓐 đ“‘đ“—đ“€đ“œđ“˜ 𝓟đ“Ș𝓰𝓾𝓭đ“Ș 18đ“Żđ“œ
𝓓đ“Čđ“Ș. đ“Ș 3𝓓 360 đ“­đ“źđ“°đ“»đ“źđ“ź 𝓬đ“Čđ“»đ“Źđ“Ÿđ“”đ“Șđ“» 𝓟đ“Ș𝓰𝓾𝓭đ“Ș đ“Șđ“œ
đ“Šđ“±đ“Čđ“œđ“ź đ“—đ“žđ“¶đ“ź,
668 5đ“œđ“± 𝓐 𝓜đ“Șđ“Čđ“· 𝓡𝓾đ“Ș𝓭,
8đ“œđ“± đ“’đ“»đ“žđ“Œđ“Œ,
𝓗𝓐𝓛 𝓘𝓘𝓘 đ“ąđ“œđ“Ș𝓰𝓼,
đ“Ÿđ“Ÿđ“·đ“Č𝔂đ“Ș đ“‘đ“—đ“€đ“œđ“˜ đ“‘đ“źđ“·đ“°đ“Șđ“”đ“Ÿđ“»đ“Ÿ,
𝓜đ“Ș𝓰đ“Șđ“­đ“±đ“Č 𝓚đ“Șđ“»đ“·đ“Șđ“œđ“Ș𝓮đ“Ș,
đ“Ÿđ“»đ“Șđ“«đ“Ÿđ“­đ“­đ“±đ“Ș đ“‘đ“±đ“Șđ“»đ“Șđ“œ đ“˜đ“·đ“œđ“źđ“»đ“·đ“Șđ“œđ“Čđ“žđ“·đ“Șđ“”
đ“±đ“œđ“œđ“č://đ“Œđ“Șđ“»đ“żđ“Ș𝓳đ“Șđ“·.đ“Șđ“¶đ“«đ“źđ“­đ“Žđ“Șđ“».đ“žđ“»đ“°
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Kondanna or Ajnata Kaundinya                                                         
Kondanna(Pali)
or Ajnata Kaundinya(Sanskrit) was one of the first five monks with
Buddha. He was born in the 6th century BCE in a Brahmin family in
Donavathu near Kapilavastu. As a youth due to his mastery of Vedas and
his excellence in the science of physiognomy(Lakhana Manta) he was
appointed as a royal court scholar in Kapilvastu where the Shakya Empire
was ruled by King Shudhodhana. When the Queen gave birth to a son
Siddhartha Gautam, Kondanna predicted that the Prince would become an
Enlightened Being and vowed to follow him.

Renouncement and Arahantship

When
prince Siddhartha left the kingdom to become an ascetic, Kondanna and
the other four friends also accompanied him. They were known as the
Pancavaggiyya or the Group of Five. When he attained enlightenment and
gave his first Sermon to his five monk friends it is said that Kondanna
was the first to comprehend his teachings and became an Arahant when he
heard the Anattalakkhana Sutta regarding soul-lessness or non self. He
then requested Buddha to permit him to retire from the world and Buddha
agreed and declared him the First Bhikkhu in the Sangha.          

After Awakenment

After
the Buddha set up the Sangha, Kondanna and the other monks travelled
with the Buddha by foot to spread Dhamma. When Buddha went to
communicate his teachings and his exalted enlightened state to King
Bimbisara as promised, Kondanna went to his home town and converted many
followers to Buddha’s teachings, foremost among them being his nephew
Punna. Punna in turn preached and converted 500 of his clan to monks.
Buddha too acknowledged Punna for his preaching skills and declared him
foremost among his disciples.

Many discourses and writings are
attributed to Kondana in Buddhist literature being one of the seniormost
monks. After spending a period in the Sangha Kondanna then retired to
the Himalayas to spend more time in religious practice as he was being
inhibited by the growing popularity of the Sangha. This is mentioned in
the Samyutta Nikaya. When he knew his end was near he returned to stroke
and kiss the Buddha’s feet lovingly and asked his disciples not to
mourn him. The next morning he passed away and was cremated with the
ceremony being presided by Anuruddha one of the ten chief disciples and
500 other monks. The ashes were then enshrined in a silver Stupa at
Veluvana.

Past Births

Kondanna was said to have been born a
number of times with the Buddha in earlier births and had already
reached a very high state of spiritual evolvement which culminated in
his Arahantship in the present lifetime.

Conclusion

Kondanna
was one of the closest monks, disciples and initially a friend of the
Buddha when he was a worldly Prince. His love and servitude towards
Buddha was exemplary and he was honoured and respected by all being one
of the seniormost monks. He always exhorted the fellow disciples to give
up transitory pleasures and dwell on the impermanence of life and seek
Self realisation or Liberation.

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The Long Discourses: Sutta 16 - Mahāparinibbāna Sutta: Great Discourse On The Buddha's Final Days

30) Classical English,Roman,

Sutta Piáč­aka-Digha Nikāya

DN 16 - (D ii 137)
Mahāparinibbāna Sutta
{excerpts}
— The last instructions —
[mahā-parinibbāna]

This
sutta gathers various instructions the Buddha gave for the sake of his
followers after his passing away, which makes it be a very important set
of instructions for us nowadays.

05) Classical Pāិi,


Dhammādāsaáčƒ nāma dhamma-pariyāyaáčƒ desessāmi, yena samannāgato ariyasāvako
ākaáč…khamāno attanāva attānaáčƒ byā-kareyya: ‘khÄ«áč‡a-nirayo-mhi khÄ«áč‡a-tiracchāna-yoni khÄ«áč‡a-pettivisayo khÄ«áč‡â€™Äpāya-duggati-vinipāto,
sotāpanno-hamasmi avinipāta-dhammo niyato sambodhi-parāyaáč‡o’ ti. ‹
(The Mirror of the Dhamma)

I
will expound the discourse on the Dhamma which is called Dhammādāsa,
possessed of which the ariyasāvaka, if he so desires, can declare of
himself: ‘For me, there is no more niraya, no more tiracchāna-yoni, no
more pettivisaya, no more state of unhappiness, of misfortune, of
misery, I am a sotāpanna, by nature free from states of misery, certain
of being destined to sambodhi.

102) Classical Tamil-102) àź•àźżàźłàźŸàźšàźżàź•àŻàź•àźČàŻ àź€àźźàźżàźŽàŻ

(àź€àźźàŻàźźàźŸàź”àźżàź©àŻ àź‰àź°àŻàźȘàŻàźȘàźłàźżàź™àŻàź•àŻ)
àźšàźŸàź©àŻ Dhammādāsa (àź€àźźàŻàźźàźŸàź”àźżàź©àŻ àź‰àź°àŻàźȘàŻàźȘàźłàźżàź™àŻàź•àŻ) àźŽàź©  àź•àź°àŻàź€àźȘàŻàźȘàźŸàŻàźźàŻ àź€àźźàŻàźźàźŸàź”àŻˆ
àź”àźżàźŻàźŸàź•àŻàź•àźżàźŻàźŸàź©àźźàŻ
àźȘàźŁàŻàźŁ àźȘàźżàź°àźšàź™àŻàź•àźźàŻ àźšàŻ†àźŻàŻàźŻ àź”àźżàź°àŻàźźàŻàźȘàŻàź•àźżàź°àŻ‡àź©àŻ,ariyasāvaka (àźȘàŻàź©àźżàź€àźźàźŸàź© àźšàŻ€àźŸàź°àŻ)àź†àź•
àź†àźŸàŻàź•àŻŠàźŁàŻàźŸàŻ,àź’àź°àŻàź”àŻ‡àźłàŻˆ àź…àź”àź°àŻ àź€àźŸàź©àŻ‡  àź”àźżàź°àŻàźźàŻàźȘàźż àź‰àź±àŻàź€àźżàźŻàźŸàź•àŻàź•àźżàź•àŻ àź•àŻŠàźŁàŻàźŸàźŸàźČàŻ:
â€˜àź†àź• àźŽàź©àź•àŻàź•àŻ, àź‡àź©àŻàź©àŻàźźàŻ àźźàŻ‡àźČàŻàźźàŻ niraya (àźšàź°àź•àźźàŻ) àź‡àźČàŻàźČàŻˆ,àź‡àź©àŻàź©àŻàźźàŻ àźźàŻ‡àźČàŻàźźàŻ
tiracchāna-yoni ( àźźàźżàź°àŻàź•àźź àźšàźŸàźźàŻàź°àźŸàźœàŻàźŻàźźàŻ) àź‡àźČàŻàźČàŻˆ,àź‡àź©àŻàź©àŻàźźàŻ àźźàŻ‡àźČàŻàźźàŻ pettivisaya
(àź†àź”àźżàź•àźłàŻ àźšàźŸàźźàŻàź°àźŸàźœàŻàźŻàźźàŻ) àź‡àźČàŻàźČàŻˆ,àź‡àź©àŻàź©àŻàźźàŻ àźźàŻ‡àźČàŻàźźàŻ
àźȘàźŸàź•àŻàź•àźżàźŻàź”àŻ€àź©àźźàŻ,àź€àŻàź°àź€àźżàź°àŻàź·àŻàźŸàźźàŻ,àź€àŻàź•àŻàź•àźźàŻ,
àźšàźżàźČàŻˆ àź‡àźČàŻàźČàŻˆ, àźšàźŸàź©àŻ sotāpanna (àźȘàŻàź©àźČàŻ àźȘàźżàź°àź”àŻ‡àźšàźż), àź‡àźŻàź±àŻàź•àŻˆàźŻàźŸàź• àź€àŻàź•àŻàź• àźšàźżàźČàŻˆàźŻàźżàźČàŻ
àź‡àź°àŻàźšàŻàź€àŻ àź”àźżàźŸàŻàź”àźżàź•àŻàź•àźȘàŻàźȘàźŸàŻàźŸàź”àź©àŻ,sambodhi
(àźźàŻàźŽàŻàź•àŻàź• àź€àŻ‚àź•àŻàź•àź€àŻàź€àźżàźČàźżàź°àŻàźšàŻàź€àŻ àź”àźżàźŽàźżàźȘàŻàźȘàŻ) àź†àź• àźšàŻ‡àź° àź‡àź°àŻàź€àŻàź€àźČàŻ àź‰àź±àŻàź€àźż.



Katamo
ca so, Ānanda, dhammādāso dhamma-pariyāyo, yena samannāgato ariyasāvako
ākaáč…khamāno attanāva attānaáčƒ byā-kareyya: ‘khÄ«áč‡a-nirayo-mhi
khÄ«áč‡a-tiracchāna-yoni
khÄ«áč‡a-pettivisayo khÄ«áč‡â€™Äpāya duggati-vinipāto, sotāpanno-hamasmi
avinipāta-dhammo niyato sambodhi-parāyaáč‡o’ ti? ‹
And what, Ānanda, is
that discourse on the Dhamma which is called Dhammādāsa, possessed of
which the ariyasāvaka, if he so desires, can declare of himself: ‘For
me, there is no more niraya, no more tiracchāna-yoni, no more
pettivisaya, no more state of unhappiness, of misfortune, of misery, I
am a sotāpanna, by nature free from states of misery, certain of being
destined to sambodhi?


àźźàź±àŻàź±àŻàźźàŻ àźŽàź©àŻàź©,Ānanda
(àź†àź©àźšàŻàź€àźŸ),àź€àźźàŻàźźàźŸ àźźàŻ€àź€àŻ
àź†àź© àź…àźšàŻàź€ àźȘàźżàź°àźšàź™àŻàź•àźźàŻ Dhammādāsa (àź€àźźàŻàźźàźŸàź”àźżàź©àŻ àź‰àź°àŻàźȘàŻàźȘàźłàźżàź™àŻàź•àŻ) àźŽàź©  àź•àź°àŻàź€àźȘàŻàźȘàźŸàŻàźźàŻ
àź€àźźàŻàźźàźŸàź”àŻˆ àź”àźżàźŻàźŸàź•àŻàź•àźżàźŻàźŸàź©àźźàŻ àźȘàźŁàŻàźŁ àźȘàźżàź°àźšàź™àŻàź•àźźàŻ àźšàŻ†àźŻàŻàźŻ àź”àźżàź°àŻàźźàŻàźȘàŻàź•àźżàź°àŻ‡àź©àŻ,ariyasāvaka
(àźȘàŻàź©àźżàź€àźźàźŸàź© àźšàŻ€àźŸàź°àŻ)àź†àź• àź†àźŸàŻàź•àŻŠàźŁàŻàźŸàŻ,àź’àź°àŻàź”àŻ‡àźłàŻˆ àź…àź”àź°àŻ
àź€àźŸàź©àŻ‡  àź”àźżàź°àŻàźźàŻàźȘàźż àź‰àź±àŻàź€àźżàźŻàźŸàź•àŻàź•àźżàź•àŻ àź•àŻŠàźŁàŻàźŸàźŸàźČàŻ:
â€˜àź†àź• àźŽàź©àź•àŻàź•àŻ, àź‡àź©àŻàź©àŻàźźàŻ àźźàŻ‡àźČàŻàźźàŻ
niraya (àźšàź°àź•àźźàŻ) àź‡àźČàŻàźČàŻˆ,àź‡àź©àŻàź©àŻàźźàŻ àźźàŻ‡àźČàŻàźźàŻ tiracchāna-yoni ( àźźàźżàź°àŻàź•àźź
àźšàźŸàźźàŻàź°àźŸàźœàŻàźŻàźźàŻ)
àź‡àźČàŻàźČàŻˆ,àź‡àź©àŻàź©àŻàźźàŻ àźźàŻ‡àźČàŻàźźàŻ pettivisaya (àź†àź”àźżàź•àźłàŻ àźšàźŸàźźàŻàź°àźŸàźœàŻàźŻàźźàŻ) àź‡àźČàŻàźČàŻˆ,àź‡àź©àŻàź©àŻàźźàŻ
àźźàŻ‡àźČàŻàźźàŻ àźȘàźŸàź•àŻàź•àźżàźŻàź”àŻ€àź©àźźàŻ,àź€àŻàź°àź€àźżàź°àŻàź·àŻàźŸàźźàŻ,àź€àŻàź•àŻàź•àźźàŻ, àźšàźżàźČàŻˆ àź‡àźČàŻàźČàŻˆ, àźšàźŸàź©àŻ
sotāpanna
(àźȘàŻàź©àźČàŻ àźȘàźżàź°àź”àŻ‡àźšàźż), àź‡àźŻàź±àŻàź•àŻˆàźŻàźŸàź• àź€àŻàź•àŻàź• àźšàźżàźČàŻˆàźŻàźżàźČàŻ àź‡àź°àŻàźšàŻàź€àŻ
àź”àźżàźŸàŻàź”àźżàź•àŻàź•àźȘàŻàźȘàźŸàŻàźŸàź”àź©àŻ,sambodhi (àźźàŻàźŽàŻàź•àŻàź• àź€àŻ‚àź•àŻàź•àź€àŻàź€àźżàźČàźżàź°àŻàźšàŻàź€àŻ àź”àźżàźŽàźżàźȘàŻàźȘàŻ) àź†àź• àźšàŻ‡àź°
àź‡àź°àŻàź€àŻàź€àźČàŻ àź‰àź±àŻàź€àźż àź€àźŸàź©àŻ‡?

Idh’ānanda, ariyasāvako Buddhe aveccappasāda samannāgato hoti:

Here, Ānanda, an ariyasāvaka is endowed with Buddhe aveccappasāda:

àź‡àź™àŻàź•àŻ,àź†àź©àźšàŻàź€àźŸ,àźȘàŻàź©àźżàź€àźźàźŸàź© àźšàŻ€àźŸàź°àŻ Buddhe aveccappasāda  (àźȘàŻàź€àŻàź€àź°àŻ àź‡àźŸàź€àŻàź€àźżàźČàŻ àź€àź©àŻàź©àźźàŻàźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻˆ)àźŻàźŸàź• àź•àŻàźŁàźżàź•àŻàź•àźȘàŻ àźȘàźŸàŻàź•àźżàź°àźŸàź°àŻ.

‘Itipi
so bhagavā arahaáčƒ sammāsambuddho vijjācaraáč‡asampanno sugato lokavidĆ«
anuttaro purisadammasārathi satthā devamanussānaáčƒ buddho bhagavā’ ti.‹
Dhamme aveccappasāda samannāgato hoti:

He is endowed with Dhamme aveccappasāda:

Dhamme aveccappasāda:(àź€àźźàŻàźźàźŸ àź‡àźŸàź€àŻàź€àźżàźČàŻ àź€àź©àŻàź©àźźàŻàźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻˆ)àźŻàźŸàź• àź•àŻàźŁàźżàź•àŻàź•àźȘàŻ àźȘàźŸàŻàź•àźżàź°àźŸàź°àŻ.

‘Svākkhāto bhagavatā dhammo sandiáč­áč­hiko akāliko ehipassiko opaneyyiko paccattaáčƒ veditabbo viññƫhī’ ti.‹
Saáč…ghe aveccappasāda samannāgato hoti:

He is endowed with Saáč…ghe aveccappasāda:

Dhamme aveccappasāda:(àź€àźźàŻàźźàźŸ àź‡àźŸàź€àŻàź€àźżàźČàŻ àź€àź©àŻàź©àźźàŻàźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻˆ)àźŻàźŸàź• àź•àŻàźŁàźżàź•àŻàź•àźȘàŻ àźȘàźŸàŻàź•àźżàź°àźŸàź°àŻ.

‘Svākkhāto bhagavatā dhammo sandiáč­áč­hiko akāliko ehipassiko opaneyyiko paccattaáčƒ veditabbo viññƫhī’ ti.‹
Saáč…ghe aveccappasāda samannāgato hoti:

He is endowed with Saáč…ghe aveccappasāda:

Saáč…ghe aveccappasāda (àźšàźŸàź©àŻàź±àŻ‹àź°àŻ àź‡àźŸàź€àŻàź€àźżàźČàŻ àź€àź©àŻàź©àźźàŻàźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻˆ)àźŻàźŸàź• àź•àŻàźŁàźżàź•àŻàź•àźȘàŻ àźȘàźŸàŻàź•àźżàź°àźŸàź°àŻ.


‘Suppaáč­ipanno
bhagavato sāvakasaáč…gho, ujuppaáč­ipanno bhagavato sāvakasaáč…gho,
ñāyappaáč­ipanno bhagavato sāvakasaáč…gho, sāmÄ«cippaáč­ipanno bhagavato
sāvakasaáč…gho yadidaáčƒ cattāri purisayugāni aáč­áč­ha purisapuggalā, esa
bhagavato sāvakasaáč…gho āhuneyyo pāhuneyyo dakkhiáč‡eyyo añjalikaraáč‡Ä«yo
anuttaraáčƒ puññakkhettaáčƒ lokassā’ ti.‹
Ariya-kantehi sīlehi samannāgato hoti

He is endowed with a sīla which is agreeable to the ariyas,

àźȘàŻàź©àźżàź€àźźàźŸàź©àź”àź°àŻàź•àźłàŻ àźàź±àŻàź±àŻàź•àŻàź•àŻŠàźłàŻàźłàź€àŻàź€àź•àŻàź• àźšàŻ€àźČàź°àźŸàź• àź•àŻàźŁàźżàź•àŻàź•àźȘàŻ àźȘàźŸàŻàź•àźżàź°àźŸàź°àŻ.


akhaáč‡ážehi acchiddehi asabalehi akammāsehi bhujissehi viññƫpasatthehi aparāmaáč­áč­hehi samādhisaáčƒvattanikehi.‹
Ayaáčƒ kho so, Ānanda, dhammādāso dhamma-pariyāyo, yena samannāgato
ariyasāvako ākaáč…khamāno attanāva attānaáčƒ byā-kareyya: ‘khÄ«áč‡a-nirayo-mhi
khÄ«áč‡a-tiracchāna-yoni khÄ«áč‡a-pettivisayo khÄ«áč‡â€™Äpāya-duggati-vinipāto,
sotāpanno-hamasmi avinipāta-dhammo niyato sambodhi-parāyaáč‡o’ ti ‹

This,
Ānanda, is the discourse on the Dhamma which is called Dhammādāsa,
possessed of which the ariyasāvaka, if he so desires, can declare of
himself: ‘For me, there is no more niraya, no more tiracchāna-yoni, no
more pettivisaya, no more state of unhappiness, of misfortune, of
misery, I am a sotāpanna, by nature free from states of misery, certain
of being destined to sambodhi. ‹

àź‡àź€àŻ, Ānanda (àź†àź©àźšàŻàź€àźŸ),àź€àźźàŻàźźàźŸ àźźàŻ€àź€àŻ àź†àź©
àź…àźšàŻàź€
àźȘàźżàź°àźšàź™àŻàź•àźźàŻ Dhammādāsa (àź€àźźàŻàźźàźŸàź”àźżàź©àŻ àź‰àź°àŻàźȘàŻàźȘàźłàźżàź™àŻàź•àŻ) àźŽàź©  àź•àź°àŻàź€àźȘàŻàźȘàźŸàŻàźźàŻ àź€àźźàŻàźźàźŸàź”àŻˆ
àź”àźżàźŻàźŸàź•àŻàź•àźżàźŻàźŸàź©àźźàŻ àźȘàźŁàŻàźŁ àźȘàźżàź°àźšàź™àŻàź•àźźàŻ àźšàŻ†àźŻàŻàźŻ àź”àźżàź°àŻàźźàŻàźȘàŻàź•àźżàź°àŻ‡àź©àŻ,ariyasāvaka
(àźȘàŻàź©àźżàź€àźźàźŸàź© àźšàŻ€àźŸàź°àŻ)àź†àź• àź†àźŸàŻàź•àŻŠàźŁàŻàźŸàŻ,àź’àź°àŻàź”àŻ‡àźłàŻˆ àź…àź”àź°àŻ àź€àźŸàź©àŻ‡  àź”àźżàź°àŻàźźàŻàźȘàźż àź‰àź±àŻàź€àźżàźŻàźŸàź•àŻàź•àźżàź•àŻ
àź•àŻŠàźŁàŻàźŸàźŸàźČàŻ:â€šâ€™àź†àź• àźŽàź©àź•àŻàź•àŻ, àź‡àź©àŻàź©àŻàźźàŻ àźźàŻ‡àźČàŻàźźàŻ niraya (àźšàź°àź•àźźàŻ) àź‡àźČàŻàźČàŻˆ,àź‡àź©àŻàź©àŻàźźàŻ àźźàŻ‡àźČàŻàźźàŻ
tiracchāna-yoni ( àźźàźżàź°àŻàź•àźź àźšàźŸàźźàŻàź°àźŸàźœàŻàźŻàźźàŻ) àź‡àźČàŻàźČàŻˆ,àź‡àź©àŻàź©àŻàźźàŻ àźźàŻ‡àźČàŻàźźàŻ pettivisaya
(àź†àź”àźżàź•àźłàŻ àźšàźŸàźźàŻàź°àźŸàźœàŻàźŻàźźàŻ) àź‡àźČàŻàźČàŻˆ,àź‡àź©àŻàź©àŻàźźàŻ àźźàŻ‡àźČàŻàźźàŻ
àźȘàźŸàź•àŻàź•àźżàźŻàź”àŻ€àź©àźźàŻ,àź€àŻàź°àź€àźżàź°àŻàź·àŻàźŸàźźàŻ,àź€àŻàź•àŻàź•àźźàŻ,
àźšàźżàźČàŻˆ àź‡àźČàŻàźČàŻˆ, àźšàźŸàź©àŻ sotāpanna (àźȘàŻàź©àźČàŻ àźȘàźżàź°àź”àŻ‡àźšàźż), àź‡àźŻàź±àŻàź•àŻˆàźŻàźŸàź• àź€àŻàź•àŻàź• àźšàźżàźČàŻˆàźŻàźżàźČàŻ
àź‡àź°àŻàźšàŻàź€àŻ àź”àźżàźŸàŻàź”àźżàź•àŻàź•àźȘàŻàźȘàźŸàŻàźŸàź”àź©àŻ,sambodhi
(àźźàŻàźŽàŻàź•àŻàź• àź€àŻ‚àź•àŻàź•àź€àŻàź€àźżàźČàźżàź°àŻàźšàŻàź€àŻ àź”àźżàźŽàźżàźȘàŻàźȘàŻ) àź†àź• àźšàŻ‡àź° àź‡àź°àŻàź€àŻàź€àźČàŻ àź‰àź±àŻàź€àźż.

Sato, bhikkhave, bhikkhu vihareyya sampajāno. Ayaáčƒ vo amhākaáčƒ anusāsanÄ«. ‹

Sato should you remain, bhikkhus, and sampajānos. This is our intruction to you.

‹Sato(àź•àź”àź©àźźàźŸàź©)
àźšàŻ€àź°àŻ àź‡àź°àŻàź•àŻàź• àź”àŻ‡àźŁàŻàźŸàŻàźźàŻ,bhikkhus (àźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻàź•àŻàź•àźłàŻ),àźźàŻ‡àźČàŻàźźàŻ sampajānos(àźźàźŸàź±àźŸ
àź‡àźŻàźČàŻàźȘàŻ àź…àźšàźżàź€àŻàź€àźżàźŻàź€àŻàź€àŻˆ àźȘàź•àŻàź€àŻàź€àź±àźżàź€àźČàŻ).àź‡àź€àŻ àź€àźŸàź©àŻ àź‰àźźàź•àŻàź•àŻ  àźŽàź™àŻàź•àźłàŻàźŸàŻˆàźŻ àźȘàŻ‹àź€àź©àŻˆ.

Katha’ñca, bhikkhave, bhikkhu sato hoti? Idha, bhikkhave, bhikkhu

And how, bhikkhus, is a bhikkhu sato? Here, bhikkhus, a bhikkhu

àźźàź±àŻàź±àŻàźźàŻ àźŽàźȘàŻàźȘàźŸàźż,àźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻ, àźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻàź•àŻàź•àźłàŻ sato (àź•àź”àź©àźźàźŸàź©) àź‡àź°àŻàź•àŻàź•àźżàź°àźŸàź°àŻ? àź‡àź™àŻàź•àŻ,àźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻàź•àŻàź•àźłàŻ, àź’àź°àŻ àźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻ


kāye
kāyānupassī viharati ātāpī sampajāno satimā, vineyya loke
abhijjhā-domanassaáčƒ; vedanāsu vedanānupassÄ« viharati ātāpÄ« sampajāno
satimā, vineyya loke abhijjhā-domanassaáčƒ; citte cittānupassÄ« viharati
ātāpÄ« sampajāno satimā, vineyya loke abhijjhā-domanassaáčƒ; dhammesu
dhammānupassī viharati ātāpī sampajāno satimā, vineyya loke
abhijjhā-domanassaáčƒ.

Evaáčƒ kho, bhikkhave, bhikkhu sato hoti. Katha’ñca, bhikkhave, bhikkhu sampajāno hoti? Idha, bhikkhave,

Thus, bhikkhus, is a bhikkhu sato. And how, bhikkhus, is a bhikkhu sampajāno? Here, bhikkhus,

àź‡àźȘàŻàźȘàźŸàźż,àźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻàź•àŻàź•àźłàŻ,àźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻ
sato (àź•àź”àź©àźźàźŸàź©) àź‡àź°àŻàź•àŻàź•àźżàź°àźŸàź°àŻ.àźźàź±àŻàź±àŻàźźàŻ àźŽàźȘàŻàźȘàźŸàźż,àźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻàź•àŻàź•àźłàŻ, àźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻ
sampajānos(àźźàźŸàź±àźŸ àź‡àźŻàźČàŻàźȘàŻ àź…àźšàźżàź€àŻàź€àźżàźŻàź€àŻàź€àŻˆ àźȘàź•àŻàź€àŻàź€àź±àźżàź€àźČàŻ)àź†àź•àźżàź°àźŸàź°àŻ?
àź‡àź™àŻàź•àŻ,àźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻàź•àŻàź•àźłàŻ,

bhikkhu abhikkante paáč­ikkante sampajānakārÄ«
hoti, ālokite vilokite sampajānakārī hoti, samiñjite pasārite
sampajānakārÄ« hoti, saáč…ghāáč­ipattacÄ«varadhāraáč‡e sampajānakārÄ« hoti, asite
pīte khāyite sāyite sampajānakārī hoti, uccārapassāvakamme
sampajānakārÄ« hoti, gate áč­hite nisinne sutte jāgarite bhāsite tuáč‡hÄ«bhāve
sampajānakārī hoti.


Evaáčƒ kho, bhikkhave, bhikkhu sampajāno hoti. Sato, bhikkhave, bhikkhu vihareyya sampajāno. Ayaáčƒ vo amhākaáčƒ anusāsanÄ« ti. ‹

Thus, bhikkhus, is a bhikkhu sampajāno. Sato should you remain, bhikkhus, and sampajānos. This is our intruction to you.


àź‡àźȘàŻàźȘàźŸàźż,àźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻàź•àŻàź•àźłàŻ,àźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻ
sampajānos(àźźàźŸàź±àźŸ àź‡àźŻàźČàŻàźȘàŻ àź…àźšàźżàź€àŻàź€àźżàźŻàź€àŻàź€àŻˆ àźȘàź•àŻàź€àŻàź€àź±àźżàź€àźČàŻ)àź†àź•àźżàź°àźŸàź°àŻ,Sato(àź•àź”àź©àźźàźŸàź©)
àźšàŻ€àź°àŻ àź‡àź°àŻàź•àŻàź• àź”àŻ‡àźŁàŻàźŸàŻàźźàŻ,àźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻàź•àŻàź•àźłàŻ,àźźàź±àŻàź±àŻàźźàŻsampajānos(àźźàźŸàź±àźŸ àź‡àźŻàźČàŻàźȘàŻ
àź…àźšàźżàź€àŻàź€àźżàźŻàź€àŻàź€àŻˆ àźȘàź•àŻàź€àŻàź€àź±àźżàź€àźČàŻ),àź‡àź€àŻ àź€àźŸàź©àŻ àź‰àźźàź•àŻàź•àŻ àźŽàź™àŻàź•àźłàŻàźŸàŻˆàźŻ àźȘàŻ‹àź€àź©àŻˆ.

Sabbaphāliphullā kho, Ānanda, yamakasālā akālapupphehi. Te tathāgatassa
sarÄ«raáčƒ okiranti ajjhokiranti abhippakiranti tathāgatassa pĆ«jāya.
Dibbānipi mandāravapupphāni antalikkhā papatanti, tāni tathāgatassa
sarÄ«raáčƒ okiranti ajjhokiranti abhippakiranti tathāgatassa pĆ«jāya.

Dibbānipi candanacuáč‡áč‡Äni antalikkhā papatanti, tāni tathāgatassa sarÄ«raáčƒ
okiranti ajjhokiranti abhippakiranti tathāgatassa pƫjāya. Dibbānipi
tĆ«riyāni antalikkhe vajjanti tathāgatassa pĆ«jāya. Dibbānipi saáč…gÄ«tāni
antalikkhe vattanti tathāgatassa pĆ«jāya. ‹

– Ananda, the twin sala
trees are in full bloom, though it is not the season of flowering. And
the blossoms rain upon the body of the Tathagata and drop and scatter
and are strewn upon it in worship of the Tathagata. And celestial coral
flowers and heavenly sandalwood powder from the sky rain down upon the
body of the Tathagata, and drop and scatter and are strewn upon it in
worship of the Tathagata. And the sound of heavenly voices and heavenly
instruments makes music in the air out of reverence for the Tathagata.

-àź†àź©àźšàŻàź€àźŸ,àźȘàŻ‚àź”àźŸ àźȘàź°àŻàź”àź•àźŸàźČàźźàźŸàź• àź‡àź°àŻàźšàŻàź€ àźȘàŻ‹àź€àźżàźČàŻàźźàŻ, àź‡àź°àźŸàŻàźŸàŻˆ sala (àźšàźŸàźČàźŸ) àźźàź°àź™àŻàź•àźłàŻ àźźàŻàźŽàŻ àźźàźČàź°àŻàźšàŻàźšàźż
àź…àźŸàŻˆàźšàŻàź€àŻ àź‡àź°àŻàź•àŻàź•àźżàź±àź€àŻ. àźźàź±àŻàź±àŻàźźàŻ Tathagata (àź•àŻàź±àŻˆàźȘàźŸàźŸàź±àŻàź±àź”àź°àŻˆ) àź”àźŽàźżàźȘàźŸàźŸàŻ àźšàŻ†àźŻàŻàź€àźČàŻ
àźȘàŻ‹àźČàŻ Tathagata(àź•àŻàź±àŻˆàźȘàźŸàźŸàź±àŻàź±àź”àź°àŻ) àź‰àźŸàźČàŻ àźźàŻ‡àźČàŻ‡ àźȘàŻ‚àźźàźŽàŻˆ àźȘàŻŠàźŽàźżàźšàŻàź€àŻ, àź€àŻàźłàźż àźšàźżàź€àź±,
àź‡àź°àź€àŻàź€àźżàź©àźȘàŻàźȘàźżàź°àźȘàŻˆàźŻàźŸàź•àźżàźŻàź€àŻ. àźźàź±àŻàź±àŻàźźàŻ àź€àŻ‡àź”àźČàŻ‹àź• àźȘàź”àźŽàźźàźČàź°àŻàź•àźłàŻ àźźàź±àŻàź±àŻàźźàŻ àźšàŻàź”àź°àŻàź•àŻàź•àź€àŻàź€àŻˆàźšàŻ
àźšàŻ‡àź°àŻàźšàŻàź€ àźšàźšàŻàź€àź© àźźàź°àź€àŻ àź€àŻ‚àźłàŻ àź”àźŸàź©àź€àŻàź€àźżàźČàŻ àź‡àź°àŻàźšàŻàź€àŻ àźźàźŽàŻˆ àź•àŻ€àźŽàŻ àźšàŻ‹àź•àŻàź•àźż Tathagata
(àź•àŻàź±àŻˆàźȘàźŸàźŸàź±àŻàź±àź”àź°àŻ) àź‰àźŸàźČàŻ àźźàŻ‡àźČàŻ‡ àźȘàŻŠàźŽàźżàźšàŻàź€àŻ, àźźàź±àŻàź±àŻàźźàŻ Tathagata (àź•àŻàź±àŻˆàźȘàźŸàźŸàź±àŻàź±àź”àź°àŻˆ)
àź”àźŽàźżàźȘàźŸàźŸàŻ àźšàŻ†àźŻàŻàź€àźČàŻ àźȘàŻ‹àźČàŻ Tathagata(àź•àŻàź±àŻˆàźȘàźŸàźŸàź±àŻàź±àź”àź°àŻ) àź‰àźŸàźČàŻ àźźàŻ‡àźČàŻ‡ àźȘàŻ‚àźźàźŽàŻˆ àźȘàŻŠàźŽàźżàźšàŻàź€àź€àŻ.
àźźàź±àŻàź±àŻàźźàŻ
Tathagata(àź•àŻàź±àŻˆàźȘàźŸàźŸàź±àŻàź±àź”àź°àŻ) àźȘàŻ‹àź±àŻàź±àŻàź€àźČàŻˆàź•àŻ àź•àźŸàźŸàŻàźŸàŻàźžàŻ àźšàźźàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻˆàźŻàźŸàźČàŻ
àźšàŻàź”àź°àŻàź•àŻàź•àź€àŻàź€àŻˆàźšàŻ àźšàŻ‡àź°àŻàźšàŻàź€ àź•àŻàź°àźČàŻ àź’àźČàźż àźźàź±àŻàź±àŻàźźàŻ àź‡àźšàŻˆàź•àź°àŻàź”àźżàź•àźłàŻ àź•àźŸàź±àŻàź±àŻàź”àŻ†àźłàźżàźŻàźżàźČàŻ
àź”àŻ†àźłàźżàźȘàŻàźȘàźŸàŻàź€àŻàź€àźżàźŻàź€àŻ.

Na kho, Ānanda, ettāvatā Tathāgato sakkato vā
hoti garukato vā mānito vā pĆ«jito vā apacito vā. Yo kho, Ānanda, bhikkhu
vā bhikkhunÄ« vā upāsako vā upāsikā vā dhammānudhammappaáč­ipanno viharati
sāmÄ«cippaáč­ipanno anudhammacārÄ«, so Tathāgataáčƒ sakkaroti garuáčƒ karoti
māneti pĆ«jeti apaciyati, paramāya pĆ«jāya. Tasmātih’ānanda,
dhammānudhammappaáč­ipannā viharissāma sāmÄ«cippaáč­ipannā
anudhammacārin’oti. Evañ’hi vo, Ānanda, sikkhitabba nti. ‹

It is not by this, Ānanda, that the Tathāgata is respected, venerated, esteemed,
paid homage and honored. But, Ananda, any bhikkhu or bhikkhuni, layman
or laywoman, remaining dhamm’ānudhamma’p’paáč­ipanna, sāmÄ«ci’p’paáč­ipanna,
living in accordance with the Dhamma, that one respects, venerates,
esteems, pays homage, and honors the Tathāgata with the most excellent
homage. Therefore, Ānanda, you should train yourselves thus: ‘We will
remain dhamm’ānudhamma’p’paáč­ipanna, sāmÄ«ci’p’paáč­ipanna, living in
accordance with the Dhamma’.

àź‡àź€àź©àźŸàźČàŻ àźźàźŸàŻàźŸàŻàźźàŻ àź…àźČàŻàźČ, àź†àź©àźšàŻàź€àźŸ,Tathagata
(àź•àŻàź±àŻˆàźȘàźŸàźŸàź±àŻàź±àź”àź°àŻˆ)
àź‰àźȘàźšàź°àźżàź€àŻàź€àź€àŻ, àźźàź°àźżàźŻàźŸàź€àŻˆ àźšàŻ†àźČàŻàź€àŻàź€àźżàźŻàź€àŻ, àźšàź©àŻàź•àŻàźźàź€àźżàź•àŻàź•àźȘàŻ àźȘàźŸàŻàźŸàź€àŻ, àźźàź©àźšàŻàź€àźżàź±àźšàŻàź€
àźȘàŻàź•àźŽàŻàź°àŻˆàź€àŻàź€àź€àŻ, àź•àŻ†àźłàź°àź”àźźàŻ àźšàŻ†àźČàŻàź€àŻàź€àźżàźŻàź€àŻ. àź†àź©àźŸàźČàŻ, àź†àź©àźšàŻàź€àźŸ, àźŽàźšàŻàź€ àź’àź°àŻ
àźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻàź”àŻ‹ àź…àźČàŻàźČàź€àŻ àźȘàźżàź•àŻàź•àŻàź©àźżàźŻàŻ‹, àź‰àźȘàźŸàźšàź•àź©àŻ àź…àźČàŻàźČàź€àŻ àź‰àźȘàźŸàźšàź•àźż,dhamm’ānudhamma’p’paáč­ipanna, sāmÄ«ci’p’paáč­ipanna, àź€àźźàŻàźźàźŸàź”àźżàź±àŻàź•àŻ
àźȘàŻŠàź°àŻàźšàŻàź€àŻàźźàźŸàź±àŻ
àźȘàźŻàźżàź±àŻàźšàźżàź•àŻàź•àźżàź°àźŸàź°àŻ‹ àź…àź”àź°àŻ Tathagata (àź•àŻàź±àŻˆàźȘàźŸàźŸàź±àŻàź±àź”àź°àŻˆ) àź‰àźȘàźšàź°àźżàź€àŻàź€àź€àŻ, àźźàź°àźżàźŻàźŸàź€àŻˆ
àźšàŻ†àźČàŻàź€àŻàź€àźż, àźšàź©àŻàź•àŻàźźàź€àźżàź€àŻàź€àŻ, àźźàź©àźšàŻàź€àźżàź±àźšàŻàź€ àźȘàŻàź•àźŽàŻàź°àŻˆàź€àŻàź€àź€àŻ, àź•àŻ†àźłàź°àź”àźźàŻ
àźšàŻ†àźČàŻàź€àŻàź€àźż. àźźàźżàź• àź‰àźŻàź°àŻàźšàŻàź€ àź…àźłàź”àŻ àźšàŻ‡àź°àŻàź€àŻàź€àźżàź”àźŸàźŻàŻàźšàŻàź€ àźźàź©àźšàŻàź€àźżàź±àźšàŻàź€ àźȘàŻàź•àźŽàŻàź°àŻˆàźŻàźŸàź±àŻàź±àŻàź”àź°àŻ.
àź‡àź€àŻàź•àŻàź•àźŸàź•, àź†àź©àźšàŻàź€àźŸ, àźšàŻ€àź™àŻàź•àźłàŻ, àźšàŻ€àź™àŻàź•àźłàźŸàź•àź”àŻ‡ àźȘàźŻàźżàź±àŻàźšàźżàź€àŻàź€àźČàŻ àź‡àź€àŻàź€àźŸàź©àŻ: àźšàźŸàź™àŻàź•àźłàŻ
dhamm’ānudhamma’p’paáč­ipanna, sāmÄ«ci’p’paáč­ipanna, àź€àźźàŻàźźàźŸàź”àźżàź±àŻàź•àŻ àźȘàŻŠàź°àŻàźšàŻàź€àŻàźźàźŸàź±àŻ àź”àźŸàźŽàŻàź•àŻàź•àŻˆ àźźàŻàź±àŻˆàźŻàźżàźČàŻ àź€àŻŠàźŸàź°àŻàźšàŻàź€àźżàź°àŻàźȘàŻàźȘàŻ‹àźźàŻ.

‘Siyā kho pan’ānanda, tumhākaáčƒ evam’assa: ‘atÄ«ta-satthukaáčƒ pāvacanaáčƒ,
natthi no satthā’ ti. Na kho pan’etaáčƒ, Ānanda, evaáčƒ daáč­áč­habbaáčƒ. Yo vo,
Ānanda, mayā Dhammo ca Vinayo ca desito paññatto, so vo mam’accayena
satthā. ‹

– ‘To some of you, Ānanda, it may occur thus: ‘The words of
the Teacher have ended, there is no longer a Teacher’. But this,
Ānanda, should not, be so considered. That, Ānanda, which I have taught
and made known to you as the Dhamma and the Vinaya, that will be your
Teacher after my passing away. ‹


àź‰àź™àŻàź•àźłàŻ àźšàźżàźČàź°àŻàź°àŻàź•àŻàź•àŻ, àź†àź©àźšàŻàź€àźŸ,àź‡àź”àŻàź”àźŸàź±àŻ  àźšàŻ‡àź°àźżàźŸàź•àŻ àź•àŻ‚àźŸàŻàźźàŻ:
àź•àź±àŻàźȘàźżàźȘàŻàźȘàź”àź°àŻ àź”àźŸàź°àŻàź€àŻàź€àŻˆàź•àźłàŻ àź€àŻ€àź°àŻàźšàŻàź€àŻ àź”àźżàźŸàŻàźŸàź€àŻ,  àź‡àź©àźż àź•àź±àŻàźȘàźżàźȘàŻàźȘàź”àź°àŻ àź‡àźČàŻàźČàŻˆ. àź†àź©àźŸàźČàŻ àź‡àź€àŻ,
àź†àź©àźšàŻàź€àźŸ, àź…àź”àŻàź”àźŸàź±àŻ àź†àźČàŻ‹àźšàź©àŻˆ àźȘàźŁàŻàźŁàźȘàŻàźȘàźŸàźŸàź€àŻ. àź…àź€àŻ, àź†àź©àźšàŻàź€àźŸ,àźŽàź”àŻˆ àźšàźŸàź©àŻ àźȘàźŸàźŸàźźàŻ àźȘàźŸàźżàźȘàŻàźȘàźżàź€àŻ
àźźàź±àŻàź±àŻàźźàŻ àź‰àź™àŻàź•àźłàŻˆ àź…àź±àźżàźšàŻàź€àźżàź°àŻàź•àŻàź• àźšàŻ†àźŻàŻàź€àŻàźźàŻàźŸàźżàź€àŻàź€  Dhamma and Vinaya (àź€àźźàŻàźźàźŸàź”àŻàźźàŻ
àź”àźżàź©àźŻàźŸàź”àŻàźźàŻ) àź…àź€àŻ àźŽàź©àŻàź©àŻàźŸàŻˆàźŻ àź‡àź±àźȘàŻàźȘàŻàź•àŻàź•àŻ àź…àźȘàŻàźȘàźŸàźČàŻ àź‰àź™àŻàź•àźłàŻàźŸàŻˆàźŻ àź•àź±àŻàźȘàźżàźȘàŻàźȘàź”àź°àźŸàź•
àź‡àź°àŻàź•àŻàź•àŻàźźàŻ.


 ‹



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Ram
temple land, valued at Rs 5.8 crore, was first bought for Rs 2 crore
and then sold to the Ram Janmabhoomi Trust for Rs 18.5 crore.

Misusing religious donation was an insult to the faith of the people who had “made offerings at the feet of god”.

In August 2020, Modi laid the foundation stone for the temple.

“When
the BSP will come to power we will seize all money they have collected
in the name of construction of Ram temple, but now are dilly-dallying in
the matter”BSP national general secretary and Rajya Sabha MP Satish
Chandra Mishra said. The conference christened “Prabuddha Sammelan” in Ayodhya.

Supreme Court accepts Buddhist claim in Ayodhya dispute.

The
legal battle over the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute got a new
twist on July 23, with a Buddhist petitioner joining the fray. A writ
petition filed by Vineet Kumar Maurya, an Ayodhya resident, was
admitted.

Maurya’s
petition, the first Buddhist one to be admitted, appeals the apex court
to direct the government “to declare disputed land in question as
Ayodhya Buddha Vihar” under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological
Sites and Remains Act, 1958.

Buddhist
presence in Ayodhya has been noted since the very first Archaeological
Survey of India (ASI) report in 1862-63. In fact, Ayodhya is also known
as Saket, which itself is considered to be a great centre of Buddhism.
According to historians and scholars, Buddha resided in Saket/Ayodhya
for a number of years.

It
was the 2010 verdict of the Allahabad HC that has now become the basis
of Maurya’s writ petition. “In the final judgment, the high court itself
has found that Buddhist ruins existed at the disputed land, such as
stupas, and pillars of the Buddhist era were used while constructing the
mosque on the disputed land,” says Gautam.

Five
archaeological surveys have been carried out in present-day Ayodhya.
Alexander Cunningham, founder of the ASI, conducted the first one in
1862–63. He failed to find any evidence of Hindu temples, but did find
remnants of Buddhist structures. Alois Anton Fuhrer surveyed the area in
1889–91 and essentially reiterated the discoveries made by Cunningham.

The
first excavation after Independence took place in 1969–70 when AK
Narayan of Banaras Hindu University dug at three places not in the
immediate vicinity of the Babri Masjid. Narayan’s excavations convinced
him of a “strong Buddhist presence in the area under study.” This also
estimated habitation in Ayodhya in 5th century BC.

The
next excavation concluded that the earliest known settlement at Ayodhya
was in 7th century BC. The last and final ASI excavation was conducted
in 2002-03 on the order of the Allahabad High Court. This ASI report
concluded that a massive structure existed at the disputed site before
the construction of the Babri Masjid.

This
report was hotly contested and was attacked for being biased towards
establishing the Hindu antecedents of the disputed site. In 2010, the HC
verdict extensively cited the report’s findings while dividing the
disputed site in three equal parts.

Maurya
relies on the same verdict to argue that the massive structure beneath
the Babri Masjid was in fact of Buddhist origin. Much like everything
related to the Ayodhya dispute, politics has begun over Maurya’s
petition, too. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad was quick to cast aspersions on
the petition. Sharad Sharma, its spokesperson in Ayodhya, thinks
Maurya’s petition is motivated and should not have been admitted by the
Supreme Court. “This is a very serious matter. Already more than six
decades have passed, and the admission of this petition will only cause
further delay. Even if Buddha lived here, Ayodhya remains Ram’s town, it
is only His birthplace,” says Sharma.

“Buddhist
representatives tried to intervene in the matter before but could not.
Since the matter is sub-judice in the Supreme Court, there was no point
in petitioning lower courts.
Articles
25, 26, and 29, read with Article 32 give me the right to demand that
Buddhist cultural sites be preserved and conserved. The VHP and Sunni
Waqf Board don’t want the dispute resolved,” says Maurya.

Buddhist monks protest in Ayodhya, demand UNESCO excavate Ram Janmabhoomi site

They demanded that the construction work of the Ram temple must be stopped immediately

Buddhist
monks staged a sit-in and fast in Ayodhya on Tuesday, claiming that the
Ram Janmabhoomi premises was a Buddhist site and demanded that the
excavation of the place should be done by the UNESCO.

At
the protest outside the office of the Ayodhya district magistrate, the
Buddhist monks demanded that those items found during the levelling of
the land of the Ram Janmabhoomi site must be made public.

The
Buddhist monks demanded that the excavation of the site must be done by
the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation
(UNESCO), claiming that the items recovered belong to Buddhist culture.

They demanded that the construction work of the Ram temple must be stopped immediately.

The followers of Buddhism consider Ayodhya as the ancient city of Saket that was the centre of Buddhism in ancient times.

“We
have sent our memorandums to the President, chief justice of India and
also to other government agencies through the Ayodhya administration,” a
Azad Baudh Dharm Sena member said. “If the construction of the Ram
temple is not stopped within a month and the premises not assigned to
the UNESCO for excavation, then we will again start our movement.”

“We
have received the memorandum of Buddhist leaders and we will be sending
it to the persons addressed,” Faizabad City Magistrate S.P. Singh said.
“On our assurances, the Buddhist community has called off its sit-in
and fast.”
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Joothe Psychopaths Voice  is the voice of the intolerant, violent,
militant, number one terrorists of the world, ever shooting, mob
lunching, anti national traitors, lunatic, mentally retarded, who are
ruining our country  with their rule of hatred, anger, jealousy,
delusion and stupidity which are defilement of the mind requiring mental
treatment at mental asylums. While the BSP is uniting all aboriginal
societies for “Sarvajan Hithya Sarvajan Sukhaya” for welfare, happiness
and peace for all societies and for them to attain Eternal Bliss as
Final Goal through
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𝔓𝔯𝔞𝔟đ”Čđ”Ąđ”Ąđ”„đ”ž 𝔖𝔞đ”Șđ”Șđ”ąđ”©đ”žđ”«â€



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