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Vinaya Pitaka

PTS: The Pali Text Society, Vinaya Pitakam, Volumes I - V, edited by Hermann Oldenberg, 1879 -1883,
BJT: The Sri Lanka Buddha Jayanti Tripitaka Series Pali text of Vinaya-Pitaka, Volumes I-IV.
PTS: The Book of the Discipline, Volumes I - VI, translated by I.B. Horner,
SBE: Sacred Books of the East, Volumes 13, 17 and 20: Vinaya Texts, translated by T.W. Rhys Davids and Herman Oldenberg, 1881-1885. This work is especially important in that it is to it that the references to the Vinaya Pitaka in the PTS translations are directed. Finding the reference to the Vinaya Texts it is then easy to locate the same chapter in the PTS Horner translation by reference to this Index.
ATI: Access to Insight, translations of various sections by Bhikkhu Thanissaro

 


 

The organization of the various sections in this index is according to the Pali text of the Pali Text Society, Vinaya Pitakam, edited by Hermann Oldenberg except that it begins with an Index of the Patimokkha as a separate book.

 


 

PDF files and Zip file download of PDF files of The Book of the Discipline, translated by I. B. Horner, Pali Text Society:
Volume 1: The Book of the Discipline, Volume I. Sutta-Vibhanga, PDF filePDF, zip gifZip
Volume 2: The Book of the Discipline, Volume II. Sutta-Vibhanga,PDF filePDF, zip gifZip
Volume 3: The Book of the Discipline, Volume III. Sutta-Vibhanga,PDF filePDF, zip gifZip
Volume 4: The Book of the Discipline, Volume IV. Maha-Vagga,PDF filePDF, zip gifZip
Volume 5: The Book of the Discipline, Volume V. Culla-Vagga,PDF filePDF, zip gifZip
Volume 6: The Book of the Discipline, Volume VI. Parivara.PDF filePDF, zip gifZip

 


 

Patimokkha

BhikkhupatimokkhaPali, Bhikkhu Patimokkha

SBE: The Patimokkha, The Words Of Disburdenment, Rhys Davids, Oldenberg, trans.;
PTS: Bhikkhu-Patimokkhapa i, p 2;
The Text of the Bhikkhu Patimokkha, Norman, trans., p 3; also contains the Pali.
ATI: The Bhikkhus' Code of Discipline, Bhk. Thanissaro, trans.

Nidanuddeso;
SBE: Nidāna, Introduction;
PTS: The recitation of the introduction, p 5

Parajikuddeso;
SBE: The Pārāgika Rules
PTS: The recitation of the [rules entailing] defeat, p 9;
ATI: Parajika - Rules entailing expulsion from the Sangha (Defeat)

Sanghadisesuddeso;
SBE:The Samghādisesa Rules, Rules Which Require, As Well In Their Earlier As In Their Later Stages, Formal Meetings Of The Order;
PTS: The recitation of the sanghadisa [rules], p 13;
ATI: Sanghadisesa - Rules entailing an initial and subsequent meeting of the Sangha

Aniyatuddeso;
SBE: The Aniyata Rules;
PTS: The recitation of the indefinite [rules], p 25;
ATI: Aniyata - Indefinite rules

Nissaggiyapacittiya;
SBE: The Nissaggiya Pākittiya Rules;
PTS: The expiation with forfeiture section, p 29;
ATI: Nissaggiya Pacittiya - Rules entailing forfeiture and confession

Suddhapacittiya;
SBE: The Pākittiya Rules;
PTS: The section on matters entailing simple expiation, p 47;
ATI: Pacittiya - Rules entailing confession

Patidesaniya;
SBE: The Pātidesaniya Rules;
PTS: The matters to be confessed, p 85;
ATI: Patidesaniya - Rules entailing acknowledgement

Sekhiya
SBE: The Sekhiya Rules
PTS: The rules of training, p 89;
ATI: Sekhiya - Rules of training

Adhikaranasamatha
SBE: The Adhikarana-samatha Rules
PTS: The settlement of legal processes, p 109
ATI: Adhikarana-Samatha - Rules for settling disputes

 

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Vinaya Pitakam

Maha Vagga

Maha Vagga
PTS: Vinaya Pitakam, edited by Hermann Oldenberg, Volume I: The Mahavagga (The link is to a raw unedited copy of the 'Goettingen file' of the PTS Pali)
BJT: Vinaya Pitakam, Volume 1. Maha Vagga. The Sri Lanka Buddha Jayanti Tripitaka Series Pali text (unedited/unformatted),
PTS: The Book of the Discipline, Volume IV Mahavagga, translated by I.B. Horner.

I. Maha Khandhaka, Vol I, pp. 1

The Vinaya version of the First Sutta and the story from the Awakening to it's delivery to the Group of Five that left the world with Gotama. In the Vinaya the point is to show the origin of the way in which people were accepted into the order. There are some differnces from the way the sutta is presented elsewhere. (See First Sutta Resources and SN 5.56.11). Most importantly I believe is the way this rendition shows that what we have as the First Discourse was developed in detail 'off the books'. That is good because otherwise it is extremely difficult to show how from the bare bones that we are left with anyone could have reached Streamwinning or Arahantship given that none of the details of the Magga are explained.

SBE: First Khandaka: The Admission to the Order of Bhikkhus, Volume I, p 73
PTS: I: The Great Section, Horner, Volume IV, p 1

Chapter 1.

SBE: Under the Bodhi Tree.
PTS: 1.1: The Talk on Awakening,

Chapter 2.

SBE: Under the Agapala Tree.
PTS: 1.2: The Talk at the Goatherds' Banyon,

Chapter 3.

SBE: Under the Mucalinda Tree.
PTS: 1.3: The Talk at the Mucalinda,

Chapter 4.

SBE: Under the Ragayatana Tree.
PTS: 1.4: The Talk at the Rajayatana,

Chapter 5.

SBE: Brahma's Request.
PTS: 1.5: The Talk on Brahma's Entreaty,

Chapter 6. He addresses the Pancavaggiya Bhikkhus

SBE: Chapter 6.
PTS: The First Discourse, Horner, trans.

Chapters 7-10. Story of Yasa, his relations and friends

SBE: Chapters 7-10.[*]

Chapter 11. Mara appears

SBE: Chapter 11.

Chapter 12. Regulations about the Pabbajja and Upasampada Ordinations

SBE: Chapter 12.

Chapter 13. Mara again appears

SBE: Chapter 13.

Chapter 14.

SBE: Chapter 14. The Thirty Rich Young Companions.

Chapter 15. Conversion of the three Kassapas and their Disciples

SBE: Chapter 15. The First Wonder.

Chapter 16.

SBE: Chapter 16. The Second Wonder

Chapter 17.

SBE: Chapter 17. The Third Wonder.

Chapter 18.

SBE: Chapter 18. The Fourth Wonder.

Chapter 19.

SBE: Chapter 19. The Fifth Wonder.

Chapter 20.

SBE: Chapter 20.

Chapter 21.

A hair-raising sutta rendered pablum by abridgment.

SBE: Chapter 21. The Sermon on 'The Burning'.
PTS: 21: The Disquisiton on Burning,

Chapter 22. Buddha's first meeting with King Bimbisara

SBE: Chapter 22.

Chapter 23. Conversion of Sariputta and Moggallana

SBE: Chapter 23.
ATI: 1.23.5. Upatissa's (Sariputta's) Question, Thanissaro, trans.

Chapter 24.

SBE: Chapter 24.

Chapter 25. Different Rules regarding the Duties of Upajjhaya and Saddhiviharika

SBE: Chapter 25. The Duties towards an Upagghaya.

Chapter 26.

SBE: Chapter 26. The Duties towards a Saddhiviharika.

Chapter 27.

SBE: Chapter 27.

Chapters 28-31. Ceremony of Upasampada

SBE: Chapter 28-31.

Chapters 32-35. The duties of Acariya and Antevasika

SBE: Chapter 32-35.

Chapters 36-37. What Bhikkhus are qualified for being Acariya or Upajjhaya

SBE: Chapter 36-37.

Chapter 38.

SBE: Chapter 38. The Exposition on the Ordination of Persons That Have Formerly Belonged to Titthiya Schools.

Chapters 39-79. Further Rules regarding the Pabbajja and Upasampada Ordinations. Different classes of those who are not to be admitted to the Fraternity.

SBE: Chapter 39-79.

II. Uposatha Khandhaka Vol I, pp. 101

SBE: Second Khandhaka (The Uposatha Ceremony, and the Pātimokkha), Volume I, p 239
PTS: Observance, Horner, Volume IV, p 130

Chapters 1-36.

SBE: Chapters 1-36.

III. Vassupanayika Khandhaka Vol I, pp. 137

SBE: Third Khandhaka (Residence during the Rainy Season), Volume I, p 298
PTS: The Great Division (Mahavagga) III: The Rains, Horner, Volume IV, p 183

Chapters 1-14.

SBE: Chapters 1-14.

IV. Pavarana Khandhaka Vol I, pp. 157

SBE: Fourth Khandhaka (The Parāvanā Ceremony), Volume I, p 325
PTS: The Great Division (Mahavagga) IV: Invitation, Horner, Volume IV, p 208

Chapters 1-18.

SBE: Chapters 1-18.

V. Camma Khandhaka Vol I, pp. 179

SBE: Fifth Khandhaka: Rules for Foot-clothing, seats, Vehicles, etc., Volume II, p 1
PTS: The Great Division (Mahavagga) V: On Hides, Horner, Volume IV, p 236

Chapters 1-8. Shoes and Slippers

SBE: Chapters 1-8.

Chapters 9-11. Different kinds of Seats, Vehicles

SBE: Chapters 9-11.

Chapter 13. Indulgences for the Countries bordering on Majjhadesa - story of Sona Kutikanna.

SBE: Chapter 13.

VI. Bhesajja Khandhaka Vol I, pp. 199

SBE: Sixth Khandhaka: On Medicaments, Volume II, p 41
PTS: The Great Division (Mahavagga) VI: On Medicines, Horner, Volume IV, p 269

Chapters 1-17. Different kinds of Medicaments. Rules how to prepare, to use, and to keep them - #15: Story of Pilindavaccha

SBE: Chapters 1-17. #15: Story of Pilindavaccha

Chapters 18-21. Different kinds of Food. How to prepare and to keep them.

SBE: Chapters 18-21.

Chapter 22. Surgical Operations.

SBE: Chapters 22.

Chapter 23. Story of Suppiya. Prohibition regarding man's flesh and themeat of different animals.

SBE: Chapters 23.

Chapter 24. Sermon about rice gruel.

SBE: Chapters 24.

Chapter 25-40. Different Rules about Food; how to prepare, to take, and to keep it.

SBE: Chapters 25-39.
Chapter 40.
ATI: 6.40.1. The Innate Principles of the Vinaya, Thanissaro, trans.

VII. Kathina Khandhaka Vol I, pp. 253

SBE: Seventh Khandhaka: The Kathina Ceremonies, Volume II, p 146
PTS: The Great Division (Mahavagga) VII: On Kathina, Horner, Volume IV, p 351

Chapters 1-13.

SBE: Chapters 1-13.

VIII. Kathina Khandhaka Vol I, pp. 268

SBE: Eighth Khandhaka: The Dress of the Bhikkhus, Volume II, p 171
PTS: The Great Division (Mahavagga) VIII: On Robe-Material, Horner, Volume IV, p 279

Chapter 1. Story of Jivaka

SBE: Chapter 1.

Chapters 2-14.

SBE: Chapters 2-14.

Chapter 15. Story of Visakha

SBE: Chapter 15.

Chapters 16-25.

SBE: Chapters 16-25.

Chapters 26-27. Rules regarding the attendants of sick Bhikkhus.

The Buddha, inspecting a vihara comes upon a bhikkhu prostrate with disentery, lying in his own filth, neglected by the other bhikkhus because he is no longer of any use to them. After personally helping to clean up the bhikkhu he delivers a teaching on attending to the sick.
A very moving story!

SBE: Chapters 26-27.
ATI: 8.26.1-8. The Monk with Dysentery, Thanissaro, trans.

IX. Campeyya Khandhaka Vol I, pp. 312

SBE: Ninth Khandhaka: Validity and Invalidity of Formal Acts of the Samgha, Volume II, p 256
PTS: The Great Division (Mahavagga) IX: On (the monks at) Campa, Horner, Volume IV, p 446

Chapters 1-7.

SBE: Chapters 1-7.

X. Kosamba Khandhaka Vol I, pp. 337

SBE: Tenth Khandhaka: Schisms among the Samgha, Volume II, p 285
PTS: The Great Division (Mahavagga) X: On (the monks of) Kosambi, Horner, Volume IV, p 483

Chapter 1

SBE: Chapter 1.

Chapter 2

SBE: Chapter 2. The Story of Dighavu
ATI: 10.2.3-20. The Story of Prince Dighavu, Thanissaro, trans.

Chapters 3-6

SBE: Chapters 3-6.

 


 

Culla Vagga

Culla Vagga, (Kulla Vagga)
PTS: Vinaya Pitakam, edited by Hermann Oldenberg, Volume II: The Culla Vagga
BJT: Vinaya Pitakam, Volume 2. Culla Vagga, The Sri Lanka Buddha Jayanti Tripitaka Series Pali text (unedited/unformatted),
PTS: The Book of the Discipline, Volume V Cullavagga, translated by I.B. Horner.

I. Kamma Khandhaka, Vol II, p 1

SBE: The Minor Disciplinary Proceedings, Volume II, p 329
PTS: The Lesser Division (Cullavagga) I: On Formal Acts, Horner, Volume V, p 1

Chapters 1-8 Tajjaniyakammam

SBE: Chapters 1-8. Tajjaniyakammam (Act of Rebuke)

Chapters 9-12 Nissayakammam

SBE: Chapters 9-12. Nissayakammam (Act of Subordination)

Chapters 13-17 Pabbajaniyakammam

SBE: Chapters 13-17. Pabbajaniyakammam (Act of Banishment)

Chapters 18-24 Patisaraniyakammam

SBE: Chapters 18-24. Patisaraniyakammam (Act of Reconciliation)

Chapters 25-30 Apattiya Adassane Ukkhepaniyakammam

SBE: Chapters 25-30. Apattiya Adassane Ukkhepaniyakammam (Acts of Suspension) for not acknowledging, and for not atoning for, an offence

Chapter 31 Apattiya Appatikamma Ukkhepaniyakammam

SBE: Chapter 31.

Chapters 32-35 Papikaya Ditthiya Apattinissaggo Ukkhepaniyakammam

SBE: Chapters 32-35.

II. Parivasika Khandhaka, Vol II, p 31

SBE: Second Khandhaka: Probation and Penance, Volume II, p 384
PTS: The Lesser Division (Cullavagga) II: On Probation, Horner, Volume V, p 44

Chapters 1-3 (Rules for the conduct of Parivasika Bhikkhus)

SBE: Chapters 1-3.

Chapter 4 (Rules for Bhikkhus who have to undergo the Malaya Patikassana)

SBE: Chapter 4.

Chapter 5 (Rules for Manattaraha Bhikkhus)

SBE: Chapter 5.

Chapters 6-8 (Rules for Manattacarika Bhikkhus)

SBE: Chapters 6-8.

Chapter 9 (Rules for Abbhanaraha Bhikkhus)

SBE: Chapter 9.

III. Samuccaya Khandhaka, Vol II, p 38

SBE: Third Khandhaka: Probation and Penance (continued), Volume II, p 397
PTS: The Lesser Division (Cullavagga) III: On Accumulation (of Offences), Horner, Volume V, p 56

Chapters 1-4 Manattam

SBE: Chapters 1-4.

Chapter 5 Abbhanam

SBE: Chapter 5.

Chapter 6 Purivasa

SBE: Chapter 6.

Chapter 7 Mulaya Patikassana

SBE: Chapter 7.

Chapters 8-19 Different cases of fresh offences committed by a Bhikkhu while undergoing penal discipline for an old one

SBE: Chapters 8-19.

Chapters 20-26 Provisions for cases in which several offences have been committed by the same Bhikkhu

SBE: Chapters 20-26.

Chapters 27-33 Interruption of penal discipline

SBE: Chapters 27-33.

Chapters 34-36 Different cases of Purivasa etc.

SBE: Chapters 34-36.

IV. Samatha Khandhaka, Vol II, p 73

SBE: Fourth Khandhaka: The Settlement of Disputes among the Fraternity, Volume III, p 1
PTS: The Lesser Division (Cullavagga) IV: On Settlements, Horner, Volume V, p 96

Chapters 1-14 To be settled among the Fraternity

SBE: Chapters 1-14. The Settlement of Legal Questions

V. Khuddaka-Vatthu Khandhaka, Vol II, p 105

SBE: Fifth Khandhaka: On the Daily Life of the Bhikkhus, Volume III, p 66
PTS: The Lesser Division (Cullavagga) V: On Minor Matters, Horner, Volume V, p 141

Chapters 1-2

SBE: Chapters 1-2.

Chapter 3

About Dhamma Recitation in Sing-song or Plain-song or chanting. I have a personal bias against chanting Dhamma which tends to make me understand this as a rule against chanting as it is commonly practiced today throughout Asian Buddhist countries. The Pali is confusing or is clear and being misunderstood. On the one hand there was this rule made against ayatakena gitassarena dhammam gayanti. [long, extended, prolonged, kept up, lasting] [sung, recited, solemnly proclaimed, enunciated]-[sounding, voicing, intoning, accentuating] dhamma [singing]. Then, when some bhikkhus asked about sarabhanna. [sounding, voicing, intoning, accentuating]+[color] they were told that voicing with color was permissable. My persuasion is that this means giving life (a certain amount of appropriate emphasis to occasional phrases) to ordinary recitation, not the rhythmic chanting as it exists today. Going to the reasons makes my case even more dramatically. Both the Bhikkhus and the listeners are obviously being carried away by the sound. The chants are listened to like pop-music. The delivery is too fast and the words are not distinct. And there is in fact no color discernable where color would clarify meaning and this evidences the fact that this method of remembering is carrying forward the word without the spirit. I know this is a losing issue, but I think the practice needs to be questioned. See also here: AN 5.209

SBE: Chapter 3.
PTS: Chapter 3, Horner, trans.

Chapters 4-5

SBE: Chapters 4-5.

Chapter 6

SBE: Chapter 6.
PTS: Chapter 6, Horner, trans.

Chapters 7-30

SBE: Chapters 7-30.

Chapter 31

SBE: Chapter 31.
PTS: Chapter 31, Horner, trans.

Chapters 32-37

SBE: Chapters 32-37.

VI. Senasana Khandhaka, Vol II, p 146

SBE: Sixth Khandhaka: On Dwellings and Furniture, Volume III, p 157
PTS: The Lesser Division (Cullavagga) VI: On Lodgings, Horner, Volume V, p 204

Chapters 1-3

SBE: Chapters 1-3.

Chapter 4: Story of Anathapindika

SBE: Chapter 4.

Chapter 5

SBE: Chapter 5.

Chapter 6: Story of the partridge, monkey, and elephant

SBE: Chapter 6.

Chapters 7-21

SBE: Chapters 7-21.

VII. Samgha-Bheda Khandhaka, Vol II, p 180

This chapter contains a part of the story of Devedatta's becoming an enemy of the Buddha, his attempt to kill him, and the attempt to create a schism in the order. It also contains the Buddha's statement about eating fish and flesh. (Macchamamsam In this translation only 'fish'). This chapter has not been fully converted to the style of this site and is included here primarily because of it's relevance to SN 2.16.11.

SBE: Seventh Khandhaka: Dissensions in the Order, Volume III, p 224
PTS: The Lesser Division (Cullavagga) VII: On Schism, Horner, Volume V, p 253

Chapter 1: Story of the six Sakyas and Upali who receive together the Pabbajja ordination.

One version of the story of the renunciations of Bhaddiya the Sakya Raga, and Anuruddha, and Ananda, and Bhagu, and Kimbila, and Devadatta, all except Bhagu the barber, close relatives of Gotama and who all renounced the world together.

Chapter 2-4: Story of Devadatta and Ajatasattu

SBE: Chapter 1. Dissensions in the Order

SBE: Chapters 2.

SBE: Chapters 3. Dissensions in the Order

SBE: Chapters 4.

Chapter 5

SBE: Chapter 5.

VIII. Vatta Khandhaka, Vol II, p 207

SBE: Eighth Khandhaka: Regulations as to the Duties of the Bhikkhus towards One Another, Volume III, p 272
PTS: The Lesser Division (Cullavagga) VIII: On Observances, Horner, Volume V, p 291

Chapter 1: Agantuka Bhikkhus

SBE: Chapter 1.

Chapter 2: Avasika Bhikkhus

SBE: Chapter 2.

Chapter 3: Gamika Bhikkhus

SBE: Chapter 3.

Chapter 4: Bhattaggam

SBE: Chapter 4.

Chapter 5: Pindacarika

SBE: Chapter 5.

Chapter 6: Arannaka Bhikkhus

SBE: Chapter 6.

Chapter 7: Senasanam

SBE: Chapter 7.

Chapter 8: Jantagharam

SBE: Chapter 8.

Chapter 9: Acamanam

SBE: Chapter 9.

Chapter 10: Vaccakuti

SBE: Chapter 10.

Chapter 11: Duties of Saddhiviharikas

SBE: Chapter 11.

Chapter 12: Duties of Upajjhayas

SBE: Chapter 12.

Chapter 13: Duties of Antovasikas

SBE: Chapter 13.

Chapter 14: Duties of Acariyas

SBE: Chapter 14.

IX. Patimokkhathapana Khandhaka, Vol II, p 236

SBE: Ninth Khandhaka: On Exclusion from the Patimokkha Ceremony, Volume III, p 299
PTS: The Lesser Division (Cullavagga) IX: On Suspending the Patimokkha, Horner, Volume V, p 330

Chapters 1-4

SBE: Chapters 1-4.

Chapter 5

SBE: Chapter 5.
PTS: Chapter 5, Horner, trans.

X. Bhikkhuni Khandhaka, Vol II, p 253

SBE: Tenth Khandhaka: On the Duties of Bhikkhunis, Volume III, p 320
PTS: The Lesser Division (Cullavagga) X: On Nuns, Horner, Volume V, p 352

Chapters 1-27

SBE: Chapters 1-27.

XI. Pancasati Khandhaka, Vol II, p 284

SBE: Eleventh Khandhaka: On the Council of Ragagaha, Volume III, p 370
PTS: The Lesser Division (Cullavagga) XI: On the Five Hundred, Horner, Volume V, p 393

Chapter 1

SBE: Chapter 1.

XII. Sattasati Khandhaka, Vol II, p 294

SBE: Twelfth Khandhaka: On the Council of Vesali, Volume III, p386
PTS: The Lesser Division (Cullavagga) XII: On the Seven Hundred, Horner, Volume V, p 407

Chapters 1-2

SBE: Chapters 1-2.

 


 

Sutta Vibhanga

Sutta Vibhanga
PTS: Vinaya Pitakam, edited by Hermann Oldenberg, Volumes III and IV: The Sutta Vibhanga
BJT: Vinaya Pitakam, Volume 3. Suttavibhanga, Part I,
Volume 4. Suttavibhanga, Part II, The Sri Lanka Buddha Jayanti Tripitaka Series Pali text (unedited/unformatted),
PTS: The Book of the Discipline, Volumes I - III, I.B. Horner, translation.

I. Parajika
PTS: (The Pali) I. The Four Parajika Rules, Vol III, pp. 1
Defeat (Parajika), Horner, Volume I, p 1.

Defeat (Parajika) I. I.1
Defeat (Parajika) II. I.64
Defeat (Parajika) III. I.116
Defeat (Parajika) IV. I.151

II. Samghadisesa
PTS: (The Pali) II. The Thirteen Samghadisesa Rules, Vol III, pp. 110
Formal Meeting (Sanghadisesa), Horner, Volume I, p 192.

Formal Meeting (Sanghadisesa) I. I.192
Formal Meeting (Sanghadisesa) I. I.192
Formal Meeting (Sanghadisesa) II. I.199
Formal Meeting (Sanghadisesa) III. I.214
Formal Meeting (Sanghadisesa) IV. I.222
Formal Meeting (Sanghadisesa) V. I.229
Formal Meeting (Sanghadisesa) VI. I.246
Formal Meeting (Sanghadisesa) VII. I.266
Formal Meeting (Sanghadisesa) VIII. I.271
Formal Meeting (Sanghadisesa) IX. I.288
Formal Meeting (Sanghadisesa) X. I.296
Formal Meeting (Sanghadisesa) XI. I.304
Formal Meeting (Sanghadisesa) XII. I.309
Formal Meeting (Sanghadisesa) XIII. I.314

III. Aniyata
PTS: (The Pali) III. The Two Aniyata Rules, Vol III, pp. 187
Undetermined (Aniyata), Horner, Volume I, p 330.

Undetermined (Aniyata) I. I.330
Undetermined (Aniyata) II. I.336

IV. Nissaggiya Pacittiya
PTS: (The Pali) The Thirty Nissaggiya Pacittiya Rules, Vol III, pp. 195
Forfeiture (Nissaggiya), Horner, Volume II, p 1

V. Pacittiya
PTS: (The Pali) The Pacittiya Rules, Vol IV, pp. 1
Expiation (Pacittiya), Horner, I-LX, Volume II, p 164; LXI-XCII, Volume III, p 1

VI. Patidesaniya
PTS: (The Pali) The Patidesaniya Rules, Vol IV, pp. 175
Confession (Patidesaniya), Horner, Volume III, p 103

VII. Sekhiya
PTS: (The Pali) The Sekhiya Rules, Vol IV, pp. 185
PTS: Training (Sekhiya), Horner, Volume III, p 120

VIII. Adhikaranasamatha
PTS: (The Pali) The Adhikaranasamatha Rules, Vol IV, pp. 207
Legal Questions (Adhikaranasamatha), Horner, Volume III, p 153

 


 

Bhikkhuni Vibhanga

Bhikkhuni Vibhanga
PTS: Vinaya Pitakam, edited by Hermann Oldenberg, Volume IV: The Bhikkhuni Vibhanga

I. Parajika
PTS: (The Pali) I. The Parajika Rules, Vol IV, pp. 211

Defeat (Parajika), Horner, Volume III, p 156

II. Sanghadisesa
PTS: (The Pali) I. The Sanghadisesa Rules, Vol IV, pp. 223
Formal Meeting (Sanghadisesa), Horner, Volume III, p 177

III. Nissaggiya Pacittiya
PTS: (The Pali) I. The Nissaggiya Pacittiya Rules, Vol IV, pp. 243
Forfeiture (Nissaggiya), Horner, Volume III, p 213

IV. Pacittiya
PTS: (The Pali) I. The Pacittiya Rules, Vol IV, pp. 258
Expiation (Pacittiya), Horner, Volume III, p 243

V. Patidesaniya
PTS: (The Pali) I. The Patidesaniya Rules, Vol IV, pp. 346
Confession (Patidesaniya), Horner, Volume III, p 419

VI. Sekhiya
PTS: (The Pali) I. The Sekhiya Rules, Vol IV, pp. 349
PTS: Training (Sekhiya), Horner, Volume III, p 424

VII. Adhikaranasamatha
PTS: (The Pali) I. The Adhikaranasamatha Rules, Vol IV, pp. 351
Legal Questions (Adhikaranasamatha), Horner, Volume III, p 426

 


 

6. Parivara

Parivara
PTS: Vinaya Pitakam, edited by Hermann Oldenberg, Volume V: The Parivara
Parivara, Horner, Volume VI, p 1
BJT: Vinaya Pitakam, Volume 5. Parivara., The Sri Lanka Buddha Jayanti Tripitaka Series Pali text (unedited/unformatted).

I. Mahavibhanga, p 1
PTS: I. The Great Analysis, Horner, Volume VI, p 1

II. Bhikkhunivibhanga, p 54
PTS: II. The Nuns' Analysis, Horner, Volume VI, p 80

III. Samutthana, p 86
PTS: III. Summary of Origins, Horner, Volume VI, p 123

IV. Anantarapeyyala Samathabheda, p 91
PTS: IV-1. Consecutive Repetitions, Horner, Volume VI, p 132
IV-2. Synopsis of Decidings, Horner, Volume VI, p 149

V. Khandhakapucchavara, p 114
PTS: V. Questions on the Khandhakas, Horner, Volume VI, p 168

VI. Ekuttaraka, p 115
PTS: VI. As to Gradation, Horner, Volume VI, p 171

VII. Uposathadivissajjana, p 142
PTS: VII-1. Answers abou the Beginning of Observance, Horner, Volume VI, p 230
VII-2. Exposition of Reasons, Horner, Volume VI, p 232

VIII. Gathasamganika, p 144
PTS: VIII. Collection of Stanzas, Horner, Volume VI, p 234

IX. Adhikaranabheda, p 150
PTS: IX. Synopsis of Legal Questions, Horner, Volume VI, p 244

X. Apara Gathasamganika, p 158
PTS: X. An Additional Collection of Stanzas, Horner, Volume VI, p 255

XI. Codanakanda, p 160
PTS: XI. Portion on Reproving, Horner, Volume VI, p 259

XII. Cu'asamgama, p 163
PTS: XII. The Lesser Collection, Horner, Volume VI, p 264

XIII. Mahasamgama, p 166
PTS: XIII. The Greater Collection, Horner, Volume VI, p 269

XIV. Kathinabheda, p 172
PTS: XIV. Synopsis of Kathina, Horner, Volume VI, p 279

XV. Upalipancaka, p 180
PTS: XV. Upali-Pentads, Horner, Volume VI, p 291

XVI. Samutthana, p 207
PTS: XVI. Origin, Horner, Volume VI, p 332

XVII. Gathasamganika, p 210
PTS: XVII. Second Collection of Stanzas, Horner, Volume VI, p 336

XVIII. Sedamocakagatha, p 216
PTS: XVIII. Sweat-Inducing Stanzas, Horner, Volume VI, p 350

XIX. The Five Vaggas, p 220
PTS: XIX. The Five Divisions, Horner, Volume VI, p 359

 


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