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Index to the Suttas of the Sa.myutta Nikaaya
Mahaa Vagga
Sammappadhana Sa.myutta

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V. Mahaa Vagga

PTS: Sa.myutta Nikaaya Volume 5, Mahaa-Vagga ed. by M. Léon Feer, London: Pali Text Society 1898. The html formatted Pali Text Society edition of the Pali text.
BJT: Sa.myutta Nikaaya Volume 5, Mahaa-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, 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 Great Chapter, translated by F.L. Woodward,
WP: The Great Book, translated by Bhikkhu Bodhi
ATI: The translations of Bhikkhu Thanissaro and others originally located on Access to Insight,
BD: The translations of M. Olds.

V. Sammappadhana Sa.myutta, V.244

PTS: The Kindred Sayings on the Right Efforts, V.219
WP: Connected Discourses on the Right Strivings, II.1709

I. Gangaa-Peyyaalo

This entire Samyutta consists only of the repetition series found at the end of the previous samyuttas. Here it has been worked out in a simpler form which may indicate the way the previous versions of these sections should have been produced. The difference consists in the elimination of any hint of the sub-subsections (i.e., 'Based on seclusion', etc.) in the abridgment.]

Covering suttas 1-12. The Four Consummate Efforts lead to Nibbana in the same way as the Ganges, Yamuna, Aciravati, Sarabhu, Mahi Rivers flow to the East and to the Ocean. These constitute the first chapter of the Samyutta Nikaya book on the Consummate Efforts.

PTS: Ganga-Repetition, V.244

 

[1] Paaciina 1: Ga'ngaa V.244

PTS: 1. Ganges - Flows to the East

[2] Paaciina 2: Yamunaa V.244

PTS: 2. Yamunaa - Flows to the East

[3] Paaciina 3: Aciiravatii V.244

PTS: 2. Aciiravatii - Flows to the East

[4] Paaciina 4: Sarabhuu V.244

PTS: 4. Sarabhuu - Flows to the East

[5] Paaciina 5: Mahii V.244

PTS: 5. Mahii - Flows to the East

[6] Paaciina 6: Ga'ngaa, Yamunaa, Aciiravatii, Sarabhuu, Mahii V.244

PTS: 6. Ganges, Yamunaa, Aciiravatii, Sarabhuu, Mahii - Flow to the East

[7] Samudda 7: Ga'ngaa V.244

PTS: 7. Ganges - Flows to the Ocean

[8] Samudda 8: Yamunaa V.244

PTS: 8. Yamunaa - Flows to the Ocean

[9] Samudda 9: Aciiravatii V.244

PTS: 9. Aciiravatii - Flows to the Ocean

[10] Samudda 10: Sarabhuu V.244

PTS: 10. Sarabhuu - Flows to the Ocean

[11] Samudda 11: Mahii V.244

PTS: 11. Mahii - Flows to the Ocean

[12] Samudda 12: Ga'ngaa, Yamunaa, Aciiravatii, Sarabhuu, Mahii V.244

PTS: 12. Ganges, Yamunaa, Aciiravatii, Sarabhuu, Mahii - Flow to the Ocean

WP: The River Ganges -- Eastward, Etc, II.1709

II. Appamaada Vagga

Covering suttas 13-22. Nine similes for the caution that is the fundamental condition that leads to the bringing to life of the Four Consummate Efforts.

PTS: Earnestness, V.220

 

[13] Tathaagata Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Tathaagata, V.220
WP: 13-22: The Tathagata, Etc., II.1710

[14] Padam Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: The Foot V.220

[15] Kuu.ta Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: The Roof-peak V.220

[16] Muula Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Wood V.220

[17] Saara Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Heart-wood V.220

[18] Vassika Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Jasmine V.220

[19] Raaja Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Prince V.220

[20] Candima Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Moon V.220

[21] Suriya Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Sun V.220

[22] Vattha Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Cloth V.220

III. Balakara.niiya Vagga

Covering suttas 23-34. The Buddha provides twelve similes illustrating various aspects of the Dhamma.

PTS: Deeds Requiring Strength, V.220

 

[23] Bala Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Strength, V.220
WP: Strenuous, Etc., II.1710

[24] Biija Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Seed, V.220

[25] Naaga Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: The Snake, V.220

[26] Rukkha Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: The Tree, V.220

[27] Kumbha Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: The Pot, V.220

[28] Suuka Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Bearded Wheat, V.220

[29] Aakaasa Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: The Sky, V.220

[30] Pa.thama Megha Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: The Rain-Cloud (a), V.220

[31] Dutiya Megha Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: The Rain-Cloud (b), V.220

[32] Naavaa Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: The Ship, V.220

[33] Aagantuka Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: For All Comers, V.220

[34] Nadii Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: The River V.220

IV. Esanaa Vagga

Covering suttas 35-44. The buddha explains how the Four Consummate Efforts are to be used for the higher knowledge of, thorough knowledge of, thorough destruction of, for the letting go of wishes, delusions, corrupting influences, existence, pain, closed-mindedness, flare-ups, sense-experience, and thirst.

PTS: Longings, V.220

 

[35] Esanaa Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Longing V.220
WP: Searches, II.1711

[36] Vidhaa Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Conceits V.220

[37] Aasava Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Aasava V.220

[38] Bhava Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Becoming V.220

[39] Dukkhataa Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Suffering V.220

[40] Khilaa Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Obstructions V.220

[41] Mala Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Stains V.220

[42] Nighaa Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Pains V.220

[43] Vedanaa Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Feelings V.220

[44] Ta.nhaa Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Craving V.220

[44.2] Tasinaa Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Thirst V.220

V. Ogha Vagga

Covering suttas 45-54. The buddha explains how the Four Consummate Efforts are to be used for the higher knowledge of, thorough knowledge of, thorough destruction of, for the letting go of the floods, the bonds, yokes to rebirth, ties to the body, risidual inclinations, sense pleasures, diversions, the fuel stockpiles, the yokes to lower rebirths, the yokes to higher rebirths.

PTS: The Flood, V.221

 

[45] Ogha Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: The Flood V.220
WP: Floods, Higher Fetters, II.1712

[46] Yogo Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Bond V.220

[47] Upaadaana Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Grasping V.220

[48] Ganthaa Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: (Bodily) Ties V.220

[49] Anusayaa Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Tendency V.220

[50] Kaamagu.na Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: The Sense-Pleasures V.220

[51] Nivara.naani Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Hindrances V.220

[52] Upaadaanakkhandha Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: Factors V.220

[53] Orambhaagiya Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: The Lower Set (of Fetters) V.220

[54] Uddhambhaagiya Sutta.m, V.245

PTS: The Higher Set (of Fetters) V.220


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