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Buddhist Suttas

Translated from Pāli by T. W. Rhys Davids

Oxford, the Clarendon Press
1881
Vol. XI of The Sacred Books of the East
translated by various Oriental scholars and edited by F. Max Müller

Public Domain
This work has been reformatted for presentation on BuddhaDust
Thanks to J.B. Hare's Internet Sacred Text Archives for originally posting this material
Digitized and formatted for Internet Sacred Text Archives by Cristopher M. Weimer


Contents

 

General Introduction To The Buddhist Suttas

1.

DN 16: The Book Of The Great Decease (Mahā-Parinibbāna Suttanta)

 

Introduction

 

Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6

2.

DN 26: The Foundation Of The Kingdom Of Righteousness (Dhammacakkapavattana Sutta)

 

Introduction

 

Translation

3.

DN 13: On Knowledge Of The Vedas (Tevijja Suttanta)

 

Introduction

 

Translation

 

(The Sīlas)

4.

MN 6: If He Should Desire (Ākaṇkheyya Sutta)

 

Introduction

 

Translation

5.

MN 16: Barrenness And Bondage (Cetokhila Sutta)

 

Introduction

 

Translation

6.

DN 17: Legend Of The Great King Of Glory (Mahā-Sudassana Suttanta).

 

Introduction

 

JAT 95: (Mahā-Sudassana Jātaka)

 

Chapter 1
Chapter 2

7.

MN 2: All The Āsavas (Sabbāsava Sutta)

 

Introduction

 

Translation


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