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363 LESSON 01 09 2011 Malunkyaputta
Sutta To Malunkyaputta
F FREE ONLINE eNālandā
Research and Practice UNIVERSITY and BUDDHIST GOOD NEWS letter to VOTE for BSP
ELEPHANT to attain Ultimate Bliss-Through
http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org- Free
Buddhist Studies for the students-
UP CM Ms. Mayawati likely to win the
four-way contest in UP assembly elections again because of her highly promising
best and meritorious governance for sarvajan hitay sarvajan sukhay. Her SC/ST,
OBC, Minorities and poorer upper castes are intact.-
Hon’ble Chief Minister ji greets people on
Eid-ul-Fitr






Mayawati likely to win the four-way contest
in UP assembly elections again

August 30, 2011    


Uttar
Pradesh chief minister Mayawati remains a
perplexing political enigma even after ruling the country’s most populous state
for more than four years.  In the past, political observers who had been
baffled by her incredible ascent up the ladder of power. But now that she has
lasted almost a full term in office there is still considerable bewilderment
about Mayawati’s
 trajectory.


Voices on
the ground suggest
  there is good reason
to believe that Mayawati, is clearly the frontrunner in a four-way contest
between the BSP, Samajwadi Party (SP), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the
Congress.

Those who know grassroots politics in
Uttar Pradesh feel the BSP leader’s SC/ST vote bank remains intact and that
this provides her with a tactical advantage that her political rivals in the
state do not have.


In the
past, Mayawati has shown rare skill in mobilising three layers of electoral support
- a core SC/ST base with an inner rock solid nub of support from her own Chamar
sub-caste, the dominant SC/ST group in Uttar Pradesh; a subsidiary prop from
poorer backward castes and Muslims who have a shared grievance with SC/STs
against economic exploitation and social oppression from upper castes and
rising middle castes; and the additional backing from influential upper caste
and middle caste individuals lured with the promise of a seat in the assembly
because of her highly promising
best and meritorious governance for sarvajan hitay sarvajan sukhay. Her SC/ST,
OBC, Minorities and poorer upper castes are intact.

Press Information Bureau

(C.M. Information Campus)

Information & Public Relations Department,
U.P.

 

Hon’ble Chief Minister ji greets people on
Eid-ul-Fitr

 

Lucknow: 30 August 2011

 

The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Hon’ble Ms.
Mayawati ji has greeted people of the State on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr.

In a greetings message, Hon’ble Chief Minister ji
said that the festival of Eid symbolises peace and communal harmony. It also
strengthens the feeling of mutual brotherhood and coexistence in the society.
She said Eid brought message of happiness and joy to one and all after the Holy
month of Ramzan. It also symbolises social and national unity as well, she
added.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister has appealed to people
to celebrate the festival of Eid with gaiety and joy in an atmosphere of peace
and harmony.


SN 35.95


PTS: S iv 72


CDB ii 1175


Malunkyaputta Sutta: To
Malunkyaputta


translated from the Pali
by


Thanissaro Bhikkhu


© 2005–2011


Alternate translation: Walshe


Then Ven. Malunkyaputta, who was ardent & resolute, went to
the Blessed One and, on arrival, having bowed down to him, sat to one side. As
he was sitting there, he said to the Blessed One: “It would be good, lord,
if the Blessed One would teach me the Dhamma in brief so that, having heard the
Dhamma from the Blessed One, I might dwell alone in seclusion: heedful, ardent,
& resolute.”


“Here now, Malunkyaputta: What will I say to the young
monks when you — aged, old, elderly, along in years, come to the last stage of
life — ask for an admonition in brief?”


“Lord, even though I’m aged, old, elderly, along in years,
come to the last stage of life, may the Blessed One teach me the Dhamma in
brief! May the One Well-gone teach me the Dhamma in brief! It may well be that
I’ll understand the Blessed One’s words. It may well be that I’ll become an
heir to the Blessed One’s words.”


“What do you think, Malunkyaputta: the forms cognizable via
the eye that are unseen by you — that you have never before seen, that you
don’t see, and that are not to be seen by you: Do you have any desire or
passion or love there?”


“No, lord.”[1]


“The sounds cognizable via the ear…


“The aromas cognizable via the nose…


“The flavors cognizable via the tongue…


“The tactile sensations cognizable via the body…


“The ideas cognizable via the intellect that are uncognized
by you — that you have never before cognized, that you don’t cognize, and that
are not to be cognized by you: Do you have any desire or passion or love
there?”


“No, lord.”


“Then, Malunkyaputta, with regard to phenomena to be seen,
heard, sensed, or cognized: In reference to the seen, there will be only the
seen. In reference to the heard, only the heard. In reference to the sensed,
only the sensed. In reference to the cognized, only the cognized. That is how
you should train yourself. When for you there will be only the seen in reference
to the seen, only the heard in reference to the heard, only the sensed in
reference to the sensed, only the cognized in reference to the cognized, then,
Malunkyaputta, there is no
you in connection with that.
When there is no
you in connection with that,
there is no
you there. When there is no you
there, you are neither here nor yonder nor between the two. This, just this, is
the end of stress.”[2]


“I understand in detail, lord, the meaning of what the
Blessed One has said in brief:


Seeing a form —
mindfulness lapsed — attending to the theme of ‘endearing,’ impassioned in
mind, one feels and remains fastened there. One’s feelings, born of the form,
grow numerous, Greed & annoyance injure one’s mind. Thus amassing stress,
one is said to be far from Unbinding. Hearing a sound… Smelling an aroma…
Tasting a flavor… Touching a tactile sensation… Knowing an idea —
mindfulness lapsed — attending to the theme of ‘endearing,’ impassioned in
mind, one feels and remains fastened there. One’s feelings, born of the idea,
grow numerous, Greed & annoyance injure one’s mind. Thus amassing stress,
one is said to be far from Unbinding. Not impassioned with forms — seeing a
form with mindfulness firm — dispassioned in mind, one knows and doesn’t remain
fastened there. While one is seeing a form — and even experiencing feeling — it
falls away and doesn’t accumulate. Thus one fares mindfully. Thus not amassing
stress, one is said to be in the presence of Unbinding. Not impassioned with
sounds… Not impassioned with aromas… Not impassioned with flavors… Not
impassioned with tactile sensations… Not impassioned with ideas — knowing an
idea with mindfulness firm — dispassioned in mind, one knows and doesn’t remain
fastened there. While one is knowing an idea — and even experiencing feeling —
it falls away and doesn’t accumulate. Thus one fares mindfully. Thus not
amassing stress, one is said to be in the presence of Unbinding.


“It’s in this way, lord, that I understand in detail the
meaning of what the Blessed One said in brief.”


“Good, Malunkyaputta. Very good. It’s good that you
understand in detail this way the meaning of what I said in brief.”


[The Buddha then repeats the verses.]


“It’s in this way, Malunkyaputta, that the meaning of what
I said in brief should be regarded in detail.”

Then Ven. Malunkyaputta, having been
admonished by the admonishment from the Blessed One, got up from his seat and
bowed down to the Blessed One, circled around him, keeping the Blessed One to
his right side, and left. Then, dwelling alone, secluded, heedful, ardent,
& resolute, he in no long time reached & remained in the supreme goal
of the holy life for which clansmen rightly go forth from home into
homelessness, knowing & realizing it for himself in the here & now. He
knew: “Birth is ended, the holy life fulfilled, the task done. There is
nothing further for the sake of this world.” And thus Ven. Malunkyaputta
became another one of the arahants
.


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