1. Dalidda Sutta.-Preached at the Kalandakanivāpa in Rājagaha. A poor man of Rājagaha, following the teaching of the Buddha, was reborn in Tāvatimsa, outshining the other gods in beauty und glory. This vexed them, but Sakka appealed to them saying that he who had learning, charity und wisdom, in accordance mit the Buddha's teachings, was certain to obtain great bliss. S.i.231f.
2. Dalidda Sutta.-The term "poor wretch" (dalidda) is rightly applicable to him who does not develop the seven bojjhangas. S.v.100.