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Index to the Suttas of the Sa.myutta Nikaaya
Khandha Vagga,
Radha Sa.myutta

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III. Khandha Vagga

PTS: Sa.myutta Nikaaya Volume 3, Khandha-Vagga ed. by M. Léon Feer, London: Pali Text Society 1890. The html formatted Pali Text Society edition of the Pali text.
BJT: Sa.myutta Nikaaya Volume 3, Khandha-Vagga The Sri Lanka Buddha Jayanti Tripitaka Series Pali text.

The Pali text for individual suttas listed below is adapted from the Sri Lanka Buddha Jayanti Tripitaka Series [BJT], not from the PTS version. Each translation is linked to it's Pali version and to the PTS, Sister Upalavanna, Olds and where available to the ATI Bhk. Thanissaro translation, and each of these is in turn linked back to each of the others. Many, but not all have been checked against the Pali Text Society edition, and many have been reformatted to include the original Pali (and/or organizational) phrase and sentence breaks.

PTS: The Kindred Sayings on Elements, translated by Mrs. Rhys Davids assisted by F.L. Woodward,
WP: The Book of the Aggregates, translated by Bhikkhu Bodhi
BD: The translations of M. Olds
ATI: The translations of Bhikkhu Thanissaro and others originally located on Access to Insight.

II. Radha Sa.myutta, III.188

A large, coherant group of suttas taught to Radha centering on the five stockpiles (khandha), the desire that arises concerning them and the need to put them away.

BD: Radha Group
PTS: The Kindred Sayings about Radha, III.155
WP: Connected Discourses with Radha, I.984

I., III.188

1. Maara Sutta.m, III.188

PTS: Mara, III.155
WP: Mara, I.984
BD: Mara, I.984

2. Satto Sutta.m, III.189

PTS: A being, III.156
WP: A Being, I.985
ATI: A Being

3. Bhavanetti Sutta.m, III.190

PTS: Leading to becoming, III.157
WP: The Conduit to Existence, I.985

4. Pari~n~neyyaa Sutta.m, III.191

PTS: To be understood, III.157
WP: 4: To Be Fully Understood, etc., 986

5. Sama.naa Sutta.m, III.191

PTS: Recluses, III.158
WP: 4: Ascetics (1)

6. Dutiya Sama.naa Sutta.m, III.192

PTS: Recluses 2, III.159
WP: 4: Ascetics (2)

7. Sotaapanno Sutta.m, III.192

PTS: Stream-winner, III.159
WP: 4: Stream-Enterer

8. Arahaa Sutta.m, III.193

PTS: The Arahant, III.159
WP: 4: Arahant

9. Chandaraaga Sutta.m, III.193

PTS: Desire-and-lust, III.159
WP: 4: Abandoning Desire (1)

10. Dutiya Chandaraaga Sutta.m, III.194

PTS: Desire-and-lust 2, III.160
WP: 4: Abandoning Desire (2)

II., III.195

11. Maara Sutta.m, III.195

PTS: Mara, III.160
WP: Mara, I.986

12. Maaradhammo Sutta.m, III.195

PTS: Of the nature of Mara, III.160
WP: Subject to Mara, I.986

13. Anicca Sutta.m, III.195

PTS: Impermanent, III.160
WP: Impermanent, I.986

14. Dutiya Anicca Sutta.m, III.195

PTS: Impermanent 2, III.160
WP: Of Impermanent Nature, I.987

15. Dukkha Sutta.m, III.196

PTS:15-16: Suffering, III.161
WP: Suffering, I.987

16. Dutiya Dukkha Sutta.m, III.196

WP: Of Painful Nature, I.987

17. Anatta Sutta.m, III.196

PTS: 17: Without a self, III.161
WP: Nonself, I.987

18. Dutiya Anatta Sutta.m, III.196

PTS: 18: Without a self, III.161
WP: Of Selfless Nature, I.988

19. Khaya Sutta.m, III.197

PTS: Perishing, III.161
WP: Subject to Destruction, I.988

20. Vaya Sutta.m, III.197

PTS: Life, III.161
WP: Subject to Vanishing, I.988

21. Samudaya Sutta.m, III.197

PTS: Coming to pass, III.161
WP: Subject to Arising, I.988

22. Nirodhadhamma Sutta.m, III.197

PTS: Ceasing, III.161
WP: Subject to Cessation, I.989

III., III.198

23. Maara Sutta.m, III.198

PTS: Mara, III.161
WP: Mara, I.989

24. Maaradhammo Sutta.m, III.198

PTS: Of the nature of Mara, III.162
WP: 24-34: Subject to Mara, etc, I.989

25 Anicca Sutta.m, III.199

PTS: 25 Impermanent, III.162

26 Aniccadhamma Sutta.m, III.199

PTS: 26 Impermanent (2), III.162

27 Dukkham Sutta.m, III.199

PTS: 27-28 Suffering, III.162

28 Dukkhadhamma Sutta.m, III.199

PTS: 28 Suffering (2), III.162

29. Anatta Sutta.m, III.199

PTS: 29 Without a self, III.162

30. Anattadhamma Sutta.m, III.199

PTS: 30 Without a self (2), III.162

31. Khaya-Dhamma Sutta.m,, III.199

PTS: 31 Destruction, III.162

32. Vaya-Dhamma Sutta.m, III.199

PTS: 32 Transience, III.162

33. Samudaya Sutta.m, III.199

PTS: Coming to pass, III.162

34. Nirodhadhammo Sutta.m, III.199

PTS: Of a nature to cease, III.162

IV., III.200

35. Maara Sutta.m, III.200

PTS: 35: Mara, III.163
WP: Mara, I.990

36. Maaradhamma Sutta.m, III.200

PTS: 36: Of the nature of Mara, III.163
WP: 36-46: Subject to Mara, Etc., I.990

37. Anicca Sutta.m, III.200

PTS: 37 Impermanent, III.163

38. Aniccadhamma Sutta.m, III.200

PTS: 38 Impermanent (2), III.163

39. Dukkha.m Sutta.m, III.201

PTS: 39 Suffering, III.163

40. Dutiya Dukkha.m Sutta.m, III.201

PTS: 40 Suffering (2), III.163

41. Anatta Sutta.m, III.201

PTS: 41 Without a self, III.163

42. Anattadhamma Sutta.m,

PTS: 42 Without a self (2), III.163

43. Khaya-Vaya-Samudaya, III.201

PTS: 43 Destruction, III.163

44. Vayadhamma Sutta.m, III.201

PTS: 44 Transience, III.163

45. Samudayadhamma Sutta.m, III.201

PTS: 45 Coming to pass, III.163

46. Nirodhadhamma Sutta.m, III.201

PTS: Of a nature to cease, III.163


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