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dhist Order, 256.

Bhesika, a barber, 289 ; was a Bud-
dhist, 290.

Bimbisara, king of Magadha, gives
a grant to a Brahman, 144;
is a follower of the Buddha,

147.

Body and mind, 86, 87.

Bonds, the Five, 200, 201.

Brahma, the supreme God, descrip-
tion of, 31,281.
origin of the belief in, 32 ; his
ignorance, 282; union with,
301-318; B. and the Bhikkhu,
319.

Brahmadatta, pupil of Suppiya, 1,2.

Brahman, unknown in the Nikayas,
298.



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DIALOGUES OF THE BUDDHA.



Brahmanism, how it was destroyed,
142, 165.

Brahmans : caste claims of, 105;
a standing description of the
learned, no, 146; as ascetics,
126 ; hixury and pride of, 129 ;
the Arahat is the true, 105,
138-9, 232 ; usually not a priest,
141, 286; reputation the source
of their income, 151 ; five
essentials of, 153-156; mode of
addressing, 194 ; their ethics of
teaching, 285-287; qualities
that make men Brahmans, 310 ;
various kinds of, 303.
""Brahma Viharas, Supreme Condi-
tions, 299.

Br/had-ara«yakaUpanishad, 1 16, 171,
201, 209, 214.

Buhler, Hofrath Dr. G., xii, xx,

121, 213.

Burnouf, E., 4, 20-24, 65, 7°) 82,
86, 169, 191.

Castes, the four, an inexact phrase,

27, 99-
key to the origin of, 97,
phases of the extension and growth

of, 99.
none, strictly, in the Buddha s

time, 99, loi.
mental distinctions to be preferred

to distinctions of, 100.
no distinctions of, in the Buddhist

Order, 102.
the Buddha's views as to, outside
the Order, 103-107.
Cause, two forms of the heresy of

denial of a, 52.
Ceylon forgeries, xvii-xviii.
Chaliyas, cinnamon-peelers, 98.
Chalmers, Robert, 40, 104, 113,

122, 217.

Chance-beings, the so-called, 39,73-

Chandalas, a low caste, as acrobats,
9; could enter an order, 100,
103.

Charms, power of, 118, 278.

Chastity, part of the minor moral-
ity, 4.

Chess, 9, 10.

Clans, the free, 20, 195 ; clan mote,
113; their independence of the
priests, 286.

Clothing, strange sorts of, used by
ascetics, 230.

Commensality, 27, 97-100.



Commentaries, the Buddhist, xix.

Connubium, 27, 97-100.

Content, 81.

Conversion, 191.

Cowell, Prof. E. B., xxvii, 170, 172.

Crafts, mystic arts, 19 ; trades, 68.

Creation, legends of, condemned,

M-

Dacoity, 175.
Dahlmann, F'ather, 274.
Darjanas, the six, xxvii.
Darupattika, he with the wooden

bowl, 202.
Detachment, 84.
Deussen, Prof. P., xxvi, 169, 209,

215.
Devadatta, 209, 271.
Devadhammika, religieux in the

Buddha's time, 222,
Diogenes, 208, 209.
Disa, Ka«ha's mother, 115.
Divination, 16, 18, 19.
Dreams, interpretation of, 17.
Dvi^as, twice-born, 103.

Earth, quaking as witness to the
truth, 55.
worship of, see Mother Earth.

Economics, state action, 176.

Eel-wrigglers, four kinds of, 37-40.

Eightfold Path, see Path.

Elements, the, four, Indian belief
about the, 73, 74, 86, 260, 274.

Elephants, the royal, 67, no, 128.

Emancipation, the Arahat's certainty
of his, 93 ; is preferable to
penance or asceticism, 234, 235.

Epic poetry in India, source of, 8.

Equability, in the third G/Aina, 85.
' Ethics, Buddhist, the four planes of,
63.

Evil, overcoming, by good, 161.

Existence, speculations about, con-
demned, 14.
after death, 40, 43-48.

Exogamy, 8.

Exorcists, 16, 18, 19.

Extensionists, four kinds of, 35.

Fairs, shows at, 5, 7.
Fick, Dr., 103, 107, 122.
Finot's ' Lapidaires Indiens,' 19.
Fish in the pool, simile of, 54.
Food, one meal a day, 5 ; various

kinds of, which an ascetic would

refuse, 227-229.



INDEX OF SUBJECTS AND PROPER NAMES.



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Freedom of thought in India, 165,
244.

Gaggara, an early queen of Anga,
144 ; the lake called after her,
ibid.

Gainas, 71, 72, 74, 165, 170, 214,
220, 221.

Galiya, pupil of him with the wooden
bowl, 202.

Games, list of, as played fifth century
B.C., 9-11.

Genesis, Buddhist legend of, 106,
107.

GMnas, the four (the four Raptures),
a pre-Buddhistic idea and prac-
tice, 50, 51, 265 ; details of,
84-87 ; not part of wisdom,

137-
Ghost stories condemned, 14.
Givaka, a celebrated Buddhist phy-
sician, 65-68.
God, see Brahma.

Gods, sacrificing to, a low art, 17,
24.
the, ' Debauched by Pleasure,' 32.
the, ' Debauched in Mind,' 33.
brought under the domain of law,

142.
Brahman priests claim to be, 285.
ignorance of, 280-283 j I'st of,
280.
Gogerly, the Rev. Daniel, i, 4, 7,

26, 30, 65, 82.
Goodness, a function of intelligence,

137.
Gotama, appreciation of, 109, 147-

150.
Gotamaka, religieux in the Buddha's
time, 222.

Hair garments, see Makkhali.

Hair-splitting, 38.

Happiness, of a recluse, causes of,

79 ; after death, discussion as

to, 257.
Harsha ^arita, Bawa's list of hermits

in, 170.
Head-splitting, on refusal to answer

a question, old belief as to, 1 16,

117 ; on failing to approve what

has been well said, 181.
Hermit, contrasted with wandering

mendicant, 212-215.
High places, old village festivals at,

7,8.
Hillebrandt, Prof., quoted, 17.



Hinayana books, xvi, xix.

Hindrances, the Five, 58, 84, 312.

Hindus, compared with Europeans,
99, 165-166.

Hoernle, Dr., 71.

Homonyms in Pali, 17, 33, 41.

Honesty, part of the minor moral-
ity, 4.

Hultsch, Dr., xii.

Human hair, worn as clothing, 231.

Iddhi, 88.

ly^/tMnankala wood, 108.
Indeterminates, the Ten, 187, 254.
Infinities, the Four, in Buddhism, 36.
Infinity, of the world, 35.
Intoxicating drinks, abstinence from,

182.
Intoxications, the Three, and the

Four, 92, 93, 107.
Irony, the Buddha's, in talks with

Brahmans, 33, 160, 163.
I-Tsing, Chinese traveller, 256.

Jacob, Colonel, 212, 215.

Jacobi, Professor, 71, 72, 74, 75, 219.

Joy, result of emancipation, 58.

/Tampa, capital of Anga, 144.
Kawha, sage, ancient legend of, 116-

1 19.
Ka«hayanas, a Brahman family,

origin of, 115.
Kapila, the ancient sage, 170.
Kapilavatthu, congress hall at, 1 1 3.
Karma, non-Buddhist theory of, 72.
/sTarvaka, on whom the Lokayata was

fathered, 170.
Kassapa, the naked ascetic, 223.
Katha Vatthu, its evidence as to the

age of the Dialogues, x-xii.
Ka/^aka Upanishad, 209.
^etiya, a country, 268.
Kevaddha or Keva«a, xii, 276.
^/^andogya Upanishad, 18, 164, 171,

210, 211.
Khanumata, in Magadha, 173.
Kielhorn, Professor F., 20, 220.
Kindness to men and animals, 4, 164,

180.
^itta, son of the elephant-trainer, 2 5 6.
Knowing other people's thoughts, 89,

152, 278.
Ko«/jita, ifitta's dispute with, 258,
Kumarila Bha//a, 166, 171".
Kliiadanta, the rich Brahman, his

sacrifice, 173-185.



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324



DIALOGUES OF THE BUDDHA.



Land-revenue, io8.

Law-books, the priestly, on asceti-
cism, 212-219; on teaching,
285.

Leakages, to wisdom and right con-
duct, the four, 125.

Leumann, Prof., 221.

Levy, M. Sylvain, x.

L\l-i-/M\\, the clan, 193, 196.

LohiX"/^a, his views on teaching, 288
foil.

Lokayata, speculation, 14, no, 139 ;
in old texts the word means
nature-lore, 166 foil.

Love, method of the deliberate
practice of, 317.

Luck, good and bad, 19.

Luxury, abstinence from, 58.

Magaw^ika, religieux in the Buddha's
time, 220.

Magic, black and white, 23, 24; of
the sacrifice, 210, 286; charms
to work, 118, 278.

Maha-bharata, 121, 165, 169, 209.

Maha-purisa, Great Being, thirty-
two signs of, no, 131.

Maitri Upanishad, 215.

Makkhali Gosaia, a famous teacher,
head of A^ivakas in the Bud-
dha's time, 71.

IMallika, queen of Pasenadi, 244.

IVIaw^issa, a wandering mendicant,
202.

Mangoes on the stalk, simile of, 54.

Marriage, 8, 23, 119, 123.

Materialists, 167.

Medicine, wrong for a recluse to
gain his living by various sorts
of, 25, 26.

Mice, auguries drawn fiom the
gnawing of, 17; curing the bites
of(?), 19.

' Middle Country,' place of origin of
Buddliist books, xviii.

INIilinda, the, its evidence as to the
age of the Dialogues, ix.

MinayefT, Prof., on the date of the
Katha Vatthu, xviii.

Mind and body, 86, 87.

Mindful and self-possessed, 80.

Moon-worship, older than sun-wor-
ship, 306.

Mother Earth, ancient cult of, 24,

25-

Mother's name, sons called by, 193.
Muir, Dr. J., 209, 2S6, 287.



MuWaka Upanishad. 211.
Music, 5, 7-9.

INIyths, sense of humour in the
Vedic, 161.

Nagita Kassapa, 193, 198.
Nalanda, afterwards seat of the

Buddhist University, r, 276.
Names, eight sorts of, in use in early

times in India, 193-196.
Nautch dances, 5, 7-1 1.
Nesadas, hereditary bird-catchers,

100.
Neumann, Dr. K., xiii, xxvi, 4-7, 20-

23, 82, 112, 228, 229, 273, 283.
Nicknames, 193, 194, 196.
Nidanas, the twelve, old form of, 53.
Nigaw/Zia Nata-putta, 56, 74, 75 ;

his followers, 220, 221.
Nikayas, the five, x-xv.
Nirvana, the way of escape from

speculation, 29.
a non-Buddhist view of, 30 ; the

Buddha's attainment of, 211,

227 ; the highest aim, 225.
Non-action, a famous theory of, 70.

Okkaka, king, ancestor of the
Sakyas, 1 14.

Oldenberg, Prof. H., xvi, xx, 156.

Optimism, the, of the Buddha's doc-
trine, 261.

Otth:iddha, 'Hare-lip,' the LUkb&vi,
198, 204.

Pakudha Ka/X'ayana, his doctrines,

74-

Pali books, xix-xxii.

Palmistry, 16.

PaWu, a king, 16.

Pasenadi, king of Kosala, father-
in-law of A^sj-atasattu, 65 ; as
patron of a Brahman, 108, 288 ;
bas-relief of his chariot, 130;
his wife Mallika, 244 ; overlord



of K:



asi.



291.



Path, the Eightfold, to Arahatship,
62, 63, 202, 226,

Peace, impassioned for, part of the
minor morality, 5.
a result of emancipation, 58, 84 ;
of the Bhikshu, 84.

Penance, means of maturing Karma,
72 ; the Buddha does not dis-
parage ail, 224 ; the three lists
of, 227 foil. ; the Buddha's views
about, 232 foil.



INDEX OF SUBJECTS AND PROPER NAMES.



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Personality, three modes of, 259-
263.

Pessimism rejected, 261.

Pingalaka, king, 300 B.C., xv.

Pi^ika, xiii.

Plants and seeds, injury to, 5, 6, 58.

Planudes, fourteenth century, author
of Aesop's Fables, 170.

Plato, 207, 299.

Pokkharasadi Opama««o Subha-
gavaniko, 108, 135, 147.

Praise and dispraise, Buddhist atti-
tude respecting, 3.

Prakrits in India in the sixth cen-
tury B. c, 57.

Precepts, the five, for laymen, 182.

Previous births, a man's recollec-
tion of, 27, 59, 90, 91.

Probation, 240.

Pukkusas, a low tribe, 100.

Pura«a Kassapa, a teacher, his views,

69, 75-
Purohita, priest, 196.

Rama, teacher and fiither of the

Buddha's teacher Uddaka, 48.
Ramayawa, 169, 219.
Rathakaras, hereditary cart-makers,

100.
Recluses, position of, in India, in

the Buddha's time, 57.
details of the advantages of the

life of a, 58.
Religieux, in the Buddha's time, ten

kinds of, 220 ; the true sort of,

232-233.
Repeaters of the books (which were

not written), 61.
Representative faculty (mano), 73,

80.
Republics in India in the Buddha's

time, 20.
Rishis, authors and reciters of the

Three Vedas, 129, 306.

Sacrifices, all kinds of, ranked as
low, 17, 25 ; Ku^adanta's, 163 ;
King Wide-realm's, 163, 176
foil. ; the right kind is self-
training, &c., 182 foil. ; ethical,
more worthy than physical, 164.

Sakyas, 11 2-1 19 ; number of, in the
Buddha's time, 147.

Salavatika, in Kosala, 288.

Salvation, priestly view of, 298, 303.

Sanaw-kumara, the Ever Virgin, old
kgend of, 121.



Saw^aya, a teacher in India, i, 66,

75-

5ahkara, 18, 167, 169, 171, 212, 285.

Sankhya doctrine of pralaya, 28;
doctrine of seven souls or planes
of mental being, 49 ; ascription
of the S. system to Kapila, 170.

Sanskrit Buddhist texts, xv, xvi.

^atapatha-Brahmawa, 210.

Sati, a Bhikshu who thought that
the mind was the link in trans-
migration (as a unity), 87.

Schopenhauer, xxvi, 274.

Seats, sofas, beds, &c., list of, i i-i 3.

Seclusion, 84.

Self-mortification, 218.

Senart, M. E., xiv, 71, 105, 107, 191.

Senses, the six, 73 ; guarded as to,

79, 8o-
Shavelings, sham friars, 112.

Siesta, 173.

Siha, Nagita's nephew, 198.

Sihanada Suttantas, 208.

Silas, ancient tract on minor

morality, 3-20.
Similes :

The fish in the pool, 54.

The mangoes on the stalk, 54.

The bird happy and free, 81.

Success of the man in debt, 82.

Recovery of the man diseased, 82.

Delivery of the man in prison, 82.

Emancipation of the man enslaved,

83.
Return home of the man lost, 83.
The ball of soap, 84.
The deep pool full of water, 85.
The lotus-plants in the pool, 86.
The man in the clean robe, 86.
The Veluriya gem on the thread,

87.
The reed in the sheath, and sword

in the scabbard, 88.
The clever potter, 89.
The young man and the mirror,

90.
The three villages, 91.
The pebbles and fish in the clear

pool, 93.
The blind men and the elephant,

187-188.
The pig wallowing in the mire,

252.
The lover of the unknown lady,

258.
The ladder up to nowhere, 259,

261.



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DIALOGUES OF THE BUDDHA.



The products of the cow, 263.

The land-sighting bird, 283.
The weeding out of one's neigh-
bour's field, 294.
Wooing the objecting maiden,

294.
"Wooing the unknown maiden,

307.
Blind leaders of the blind, 305.
Staircase up to nowhere, 308.
Calling to the further bank to

come over here, 309.
The bound man and the river,

310, 311.
The trumpet's far-reaching tones,
318.
Singing, 5.
Siva, ancient traces of the cult of,

18, 222,
Siva-vi^ja, exercising demons in a

cemetery, 18.
Slavery, 5, 19, 76-77, 83, loi, 103,

128.
Snake-charming, 18.
Social conditions in India about 500

B. c, 10-26, 56.
Socrates, on transmigration, 299.
SowadaWa, a Brahman, 144-159.
Soothsaying, 20-24.
Soul, meaning of, xxv ; eternity of,
one origin of speculation as to
the, 28-29.
another origin of belief in, 34,

35- , .

after death, sixteen speculations

as to, 45-46.
annihilation of, seven forms of

the heresy as to, 46-47.
in water, Gaina doctrine of, 75,

232.
none to be considered in actions,

81.
is it the same as the body? 187-

205.
Upanishad theory of, 188.
meanings of, in Shakspere and the

Bible, 189.
trance comes from the soul being
• away, 241.

old theory of, frankly material-
istic, 241.
souls inside plants and animals,

242 ; diffused through the

human body, 167, 252-254.
Speculations, the sixty-two foolish,

26-53 ; the ten, on insufficient

evidence, 187-188.



Stages, eight, in the life of a recluse,
72.

Subha, Todeyya-putta, 267.

Subhuti, Terunnanse, 93.

i'udras, 99-103, 112, 128,211, 220,
285.

Sunakkhatta, of the 'Lll-kb^vls, 199.

Sun-myths in Buddhism, 131, 162.

Sun-worship, a low superstition, 24 ;
always mentioned after moon-
worship in old texts, 306.

Suppiya, a wandering mendicant,
follower of Saw^aya, i, 2.

Suttanta, meaning of, in the inscrip-
tions, xiii.

Sympathy, method of deliberate
practice of, 318.

Taittiriya Upanishad, 24, 48, 210.

Brahmans, 303.
Tathagata, meaning of, 40, 73.

does he exist after death ? 40,

54.
Taxes, 77, 108, 176, 180.

Teachers, the three, 293.

Teaching, ethics of, 285-295.

Tedawfl'ika, religieux in the Buddha's
time, 220, 221.

Trade and capital, 176.

Trance, mystery of, 241-264.

Transmigration, taught by non-
Buddhists, 72, 298.

Treasures, the Seven, of the uni-
versal monarch, no.

Truthfulness, part of the minor
morality, 4.

U^u««a, a town, 223.
Upanishad, meaning of, 117.
Upanishads, humour in, 161.
Urbanity, part of the minor moral-
ity, 5-

Va^ira-pa«i, the spirit who bears

the thunderbolt, 117.
Vaikhanasa Sutra, 218.
Vain talk, abstinence from, 5, 179.

list of, 13.
Vedas, the Three (not Four), 109.
Vedic myths, humour in, 161.
Vedic studies, 159.
Vewas, hereditary basket-makers,

100.
Vetulyaka, the school so called, xviii,
Vidhura, the pandit, 168-169.
Vitawfl'as, sophists, 14, 167-168.



INDEX OF SUBJECTS AND PROPER NAMES.



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Warren, Mr. H. C, 280.

Weber, Professor A., 7, 170.

Wide-realm, name of a king, his
wonderful sacrifice, 175 foil.

Windisch, Prof. E., xx, 258.

Wisdom and righteousness, 123 foil.,
156.

Women, talks about, 13 ; were
mediums between men and the
gods, 24 ; of a king's harem, 67 ;
maintenance of, 83 ; their in-
terest in religious questions,



244 ; restrictions on education

of, 2S5 ; in heaven, 313.
Wonders, three kinds of, 277.
Wood, the Great, at Vesali, 197.
Word, deed, and thought, 57, 58,

72, 104.
World, various forms of belief in

the eternity of, 26-35.
four forms of belief in finity and

infinity of, 35-37.

Yoga ideas of the astral body, 62.



INDEX OF PALI WORDS.



Akiriya, 70.
Akkarika, 1 1.
Akkhaw, 10.
Akkhanaw, 8.
Angaw, 16.
Anga-vi^^a, 18.
Anguli-patodakena, 11
Atisitva, 282.
Atta-p inlabho, 259.
Addhariya, 303.
Anudi///^i, 26.
Anuvyaw^ana, 80.
Anuhiniinane, 258.
Ane/agalaya, 146-.
Apaya-mukhani, 125.
Appadhirakata, 257.
Appeva nama, 66.
Abbhokasiko, 231.
Abhi;7;7a, 59, 62.
Abhisawkharoti, 251.
Abhisa««a, 246.
Abhisamaya, 190.
Amba///Ai-vi_g-^a, 19.
Ariyca, 94.
Avakaso, 146.
Avyakata, 187.
Avyaseka, 80.
Assa-piua, i 20.
Ahiwsa, 165.

Akasa, 10.
Aghatana, 42.
Adina, 148.
Amisa, 7.
Aradheti, 151.
Aropito te vado, 15.
Aloka-sa««i, 82.
Asa^^^a, 135.
Asandi, 11.
Asava, 92.
Asiditva, 314.



Iddhi, 271 foil.
Ibbha, 113.
Isi, 118.

Ukka-pato, 21.
Ukku/ikappadhana, 231.
U^^Mdana, 87.
Uddalomi, 12.
Upani^^/^ayati, 33.
Upanisidati, 117.
Upaniyya, 133.
Upekhako, 85,
Uppado, 16.

Ekodibhava, 85.

Opapatiko, 201.
Opaiia, 177.

Ka?wsa-ku/a, 6.
Ka«Aissara»2, 12.
Kallaw idaw, 203.
Ka/opi, 227.
Kakapeyya, 309.
Kaveyyaw, 22.
Kuttaka, 12.
Kiitta-va/ehi, 130.
Kumbhathunaw, 8.
Kula-nama, 193.
Kuhaka, 15.

Khatta-vi^^^a, 18.
Khalika, 10.
Khi^Wa-padosika, 32.

Gama-dhammo, 4.

Gowaka, 12.

Gotta, 27, lor, 193-196.

Gha/ikaw, 10.

A^akkhu, 91, 92, 95.
A'ankaiiiati, 301.



INDEX OF PALI WORDS.



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ATaWala, 9.
JSTariya, 64.
^ittaka, 10.
^ingulikaw, 10.

^^andava, 303.
Kbandoka, 303.

Gangha-vihara, 301.
Gati, 100.
Gigui/ihs., 237.

T^awa, 252.
A^a«a-dassana, 86.

Tapas, 209 foil.
Tittiriya, 303.
Tulika, 12.

ThaWila, 231.
Thalipaka, 119.
Thusodaka, 229.

Daw^amantaraw, 228.
Datti, 229.
Daddula, 230.
Ditt/A, xxvi, 26.
Disa-daho, 21.
Dukkha, 249,
Dosina, 66.

Dhutangas, 219.

Nakkhatta, 20.
Nama-rupa, 274, 283.
Nippesika, 16.
Nibuddhaw, 9.
Nimmittaw gawhati, 80.

Pakkhandino, 68.
Panga>^iram, 10.
Pa,^>^attam, 29.
Pa^y^emi, 252.
Pa««a, xxvi.
Pa«Ha«a, 156.
Pa^alika, 12.
Padka, 12.
Pa/i^arate, 116.
Pa/imokkha, 26.
Patha-gamana, 20.
Parikkharo, 163, 174, 177.
Pariggaho, 313.
PariHreti, 50.
Paritassati, 53.
Parimaddana, 87.
Pariharapathaw, 10.
Paligha, 130.



Pallanko, 11.
Pahaw, 283.
Patikankhati, 4.
Piwwaka, 230.
Putawsena, 150.
Pubbapetakatha, 14.
Purisantara-gata, 228.
Pekkhaw, 7.

Phalaka^iram, 231.

BandhiipadapaX'y^a, 112.
Bahvari^a, 303.
Brahma, 108.
Brahma-va^^/^asi, 146.
Brahma- vihara, 2 9 8- 3 20.

Bhlkkhu, 220 foil.

Maggani, 303.
Mangurai^Aavi, 258.
Mano-padosika, 33.
Mudda, 21.
Mula-nama, 193.
Mokkha^ika, 10.

Ra^a-porise, 176.
Ra^a-bhogga, loS.

Lapaka, 15.
Lokakkhayika, 14.

Vankakaw, 10.

Va««a, 27, 99-101,114, 153.

Vatthu-vi^^a, 18.

Vasavatti, 313.

Vada-pamokkhaya, 15.

Vala-kambalaw, 231.

Vikatika, 12.

Vi;)«a«a, 87, 250, 274.

Vidha, 163, 174.

Vipphandita, 53.

Viva«a, 28.

Viveka, 84.

Visikha-katha, 13.

Visuka-dassanaw, 7.

Visesa, 296.

Vihara, iii.

Vekadko, 232.

Ve//jaka, 130.

Vetalaw, 8.

Saw^/^ambhari, 255.
Sa««a, 252.
Sattussada, 144.
Santika, 10.
Santhagara, 1 13.
Sannitodaka, 255.



330 DIALOGUES OF THE BUDDHA.



Sama^q;(j-o, 7. Sawvadanaw, 22.

Samatittika, 309. Sawsidanti, 314.

Samanaka, 273. Salakahatthaw, 10.

Samadhi, 265, 266. Samaka, 230.

Samarambha, 5. Sippani, 100.

Sampayati, 39. Sippi-sambuka, 94.

Sampha-ppalapa, 5. Siva, 18, 222.

Sambahanaw, 13. Sukha, 249.

Sambodhi, 190-192. Sobhanagarakaw, 9.

Sawkhanaw, 22. Sovirakaw, 229.
Sawkhitti, 229.

Sawva//a, 28. Hatthapalekhano, 227.



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