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Digha Nikaya

Sacred Books of the Buddhists
Volume IV

Dialogues of the Buddha
Part III

Translated from the Pali
by
T.W. Rhys Davids and
C.A.F. Rhys Davids

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Appendix
Names in
Āṭānāṭiya Suttanta

[Note.—In the list of names, p. 195, Ī 10, those who in the Canon are elsewhere met with as specifically Yakkhas, or as Gandhabbas only are marked *. Those who are also met with as Vedic gods are marked †.]

† Inda, Dial. I, 310, cf. II, 299, called Indra, II, 308 (in Saŋyutta I, 206, Petavatthu II, 9, 65, 66, we meet with an Inda-ka Yakkha).

† Soma, Dial. I, 310; II, 290.

† Varuua, Dial. I, 310; II, 290; S. I, 219.

Bhāradvāja (?); in Dial. I, 304 an ancient brahmin Rishi. Cf. Vin. Texts II, 130. *

† Pajāpati, Dial. I, 310; II, 308; S. I, 219.

Candana, Dial. II, 288; M. Ill, 199; S. I, 53; IV, 280.

* Kāmaseṭṭha, Dial. II, 288 (misprinted in Dial. II, 288 as Rāma).

* Kinnughaṇḍu, Dial. II, 288.

* Nighaṇḍu, Dial. II, 288.

Panāda, Dial. II, 288, cf. above, p. 76; Psalms of the Brethren, 130; other references ibid., n. 1.

Opamañña, Dial. II, 288.

Devasūta.

Mātali, Dial. II, 288; S. I, 221 f.; Jāt. I, 202; V, 383, 397.

* Cittasena, Dial. II, 288.

* Naḷa, Dial. II, 288.

* Suro Rājā (? Suro and Rājā).

* Janesabha, Dial. II, 288.

* Sātāgira, Sn., ver. 153 f.

* Hemavata, Sn.. ver. 154 f.

* Puṇṇaka, Jāt. VI, 255 f.

Karatiya.

Gula.

* Sīvaka, S. I, 211; Vin. Texts III, 181 f.

Mucalinda, in Vin. Texts I, 80 a nāga king.

Vessāmitta, Dial. II, 287; in I, 304 an ancient brahmin Rishi.

Yugandhara.

Gopāla.

Suppagedha.

Hirī.

Nettī.

Mandiya.

Pañcālacaṇḍa in Jāt. V, 430, 437, brahmin, in ibid. VI, 433, a prince.

* Āḷavaka, S. I, 213 ; Sn. I, 10.

† Pajunna, S. I, 29 f.; Jāt. I, 331; IV, 253.

Sumana.

Sumukha.

Dadhimukha.

Maṇi.

Mānicara.

Dīgha, M. I, 210.

Serissaka, Vim. 84, 21.


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