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1. What is the Pali Canon (Tipitaka)
(Pali Canon/General)
The authentic teachings of Gotama the Buddha have been preserved and handed down to us and are to be found in the Tipiṭaka. The Pāli word, Tipiṭaka', literally means `the three baskets' (ti=three + piṭaka=collections ...
Tuesday, 07 April 2009
Information about the Money Rules This article was written for the many bhikkhus who have asked me questions about the money rules found in the Vinaya. Since a newly ordained bhikkhu has little chance ...
Monday, 06 April 2009
3. Books by Bhikkhu Pesala
(Books/Bhikkhu Pesala)
... the narrative of the Vinaya Mah?vagga, Pa?cavaggiyakath? — the Great Chapter of the Vinaya Pitaka in the story of the group of five ascetics who attended on the bodhisatta for six years during his practice ...
Tuesday, 17 March 2009
4. The Patimokkha for Bhikkhuni
(Practice/The Patimokkha)
...  Parenthetical insertions in the rules, if otherwise unmarked, are based on the canonical word-commentary from the Bhikkhuni Vibhanga, the part of the Vinaya Pitaka that contains the Bhikkhuni Patimokkha ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
5. What is Dependant Origination
(Teachings/Dependant Originations)
... investigate it. He found that it was indeed true. This story is mentioned in the Vinaya Pitaka. When desire for an object develops into intense craving, a person becomes desperate and tries to secure ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
... collections of scriptures). All of the Buddha's teachings were divided into three parts. 1.The first part is known as the Vinaya Pitaka and it contains all the rules which Buddha laid down for monks ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
7. The First Buddhist Council
(History/Buddhist Councils)
... historic meeting can be found in the Cullavagga of the Vinaya Pitaka. According to this record the incident which prompted the Elder Mahakassapa to call this meeting was his hearing a disparaging remark ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
8. Vinaya Piṭaka

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