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37 They are set in the context of a biography of the Buddha, but not in any chronological order,38 for they 33 The number 22 agrees with Buddhaghosa's statement (Sp 18, 5) about the contents of the Vinaya-pitaka. The Chinese translation of Sp, however, states that there were 23 khandhakas. This may be a mistake, as the translator suggests (see P. V. BAPAT and A. ), Shan-Chien-P'i-P'o-Sha, Poona 1970, p. 10 n. 16), but it may indicate dependence upon a slightly different recension of Sp. The list of Sutta-pitaka texts in the same translation (p.
62 See T. W. RHYS DAVIDS, "A new Kammavaca," in JPTS 1906—1907, pp. 1—3. 63 See T. W. RHYS DAVIDS and H. ), Vinaya Texts Part I, Ox- ford 1881, p. xx n. 1, and G. L. M. CLATJSON, "A new Kammavaca," in JPTS 1906— 1907, pp. 4—7. 26 K. R. 3. The Parivara In Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit65 the word parivara is normally taken to mean "accessory, appendix, addendum,"66 and such a meaning would suit the Pali Parivara, since it seems to be a supplement to the Vinaya. "7 There is evidence for believing that portions of it, at least, were added in Ceylon, for it includes a long list of teachers who were responsible for teaching the Vinaya in Jambudipa, and then in Tambapanni (Ceylon), ending with Sivatthera.
28 They are mentioned in the Mahasaccakasutta = Majjhima-nikaya (36). See p. 45 below. The Pali Canon 35 in full here. The Buddha tells of a visit from a co-religionist named Nigodha, which is the subject of the Udumbarikasihanadasutta (25). The Potthapadasutta (9) begins with a discussion on the nature of the cessation of consciousness which occurs in trance. Through the path of training mentioned in the Samanfiaphalasutta the discussion passes on to the jhdnas, and in what is probably an addition to the sutta, to the first three arupa-vimokkhas, which are not included in the Samanfiaphalasutta.