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Digha Nikaya #33: The Sangiti Sutta

The Compilation

This new sutta translation is now complete and is available on the main web. There is an elaborate scheme of cross links between this translation, the Pali, and the Pali Text Society, Rhys Davids translation.[1] Altogether a great sutta for those trying to pull together a picture of and vocabulary for the major building blocks of the system.

Contents:

Nidana, The Ones and the Twos:
../../dhamma-vinaya/bd/dn/dn.33.01-02.olds.bd.htm

Threes:
../../dhamma-vinaya/bd/dn/dn.33.03.olds.bd.htm

Fours
../../dhamma-vinaya/bd/dn/dn.33.04.olds.bd.htm

Fives
../../dhamma-vinaya/bd/dn/dn.33.05.olds.bd.htm

Sixes
../../dhamma-vinaya/bd/dn/dn.33.06.olds.bd.htm

Sevens
../../dhamma-vinaya/bd/dn/dn.33.07.olds.bd.htm

Eights
../../dhamma-vinaya/bd/dn/dn.33.08.olds.bd.htm

Nines
../../dhamma-vinaya/bd/dn/dn.33.09.olds.bd.htm

Tens
../../dhamma-vinaya/bd/dn/dn.33.10.olds.bd.htm

 


 

The Rhys Davids' translation of Digha Nikaya #33: Sangiti Suttanta: The Recital.

 


[1] The Linking Scheme works this way:

The sutta section numbers link to the PTS, Wisdom, BD, and Pali, with the Pali link being the section number. Example:
[3.20][pts][wp][bd]
This scheme is now standard on this site.


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