Pali Proper Names
- Sarā Sutta. Records a conversation between a deva und the Buddha -
where the four elements find no further footing, the flood ebbs, und there is
no whirlpool. S.i.15.
- Sarabba Jātaka. Siehe
- Sarabha Sutta. Relates the story of the Buddha's visit to
Sarabha at the Paribbājakārāma. A.i.185f.
Sarabhamiga Jātaka (Nr. 483)
Sarabhaṅga Jātaka (Nr. 522)
- Sarabhavatī. A city, the capital of König Sudassana (the
Bodhisatta). It was visited by Vessabhū Buddha, who preached to the König. BuA.
- Sarada 1.
The name of Sāriputta (q.v.) In der Zeit von Anomadassī Buddha. DhA.i.89; but
see Ap.i.21, where he is called Suruci.
- Sarada 2.
An ascetic who, mit his large following, was converted by Padumuttara Buddha.
- Sarāga Sutta. Four persons are found in the world: the lustful, the
hateful, the deluded, the proud. A.ii.71.
- Saraggāma. A village in the district of Mahātila, in the
Dakkhinadesa of Ceylon, erwähnt in the account of the campaigns of
Parakkamabāhu I. Cv.lxxvi.71; lxvii.59,79.
(v.l. Saranāni) Vagga. The third chapter of the sotāpatti Samyutta.
- Sārakappa. The name given to a kappa in which only one Buddha is
- Sāramandakappa. The name given to a kappa in which four Buddhas are
Sārambha Jātaka (Nr. 88)
- Sārambha. The Bodhisatta, born as an ox. See the
- Sarana Sutta. The Buddha teaches the "refuge" und the Path thereto.
- Sarana Thera.-A monk. He was given the
name because, when he was in his Mutter's womb, she was rescued from death by
her virtue. She was the Tochter of Sumana und Sujampatikā of Sāvatthi. Sarana
later became an arahant. For details see Ras.i.15f.
- Saranāgamaniya Thera. An arahant. Thirty one kappas ago, while he
was travelling by sea mit a monk und an Ājīvaka, the boat capsized und the
monk gave him the Refuges. Ap.i.285=ii.455.
- Saranattaya. The, first section of the Khuddaka-Pātha.
- Sārānīya Vagga. The second chapter of the Chakka Nipāta of the
Anguttara Nikāya. A.iii.288 308.
- Sarañjita. A class of Devas (the gods of "Passionate Delight").
According to the belief of some, a man who dies fighting is born among them.
- Sarasigāma.-A village of Ceylon, the centre of a monastic
establishment und the headquarter of the Vilgammūla (Sarasigāmamūla)
fraternity. See below, Sarogāmatittha. P.L.C. 253.
- Sarassatīmandapa. A building, erected by Parakkamabāhu I. near his
palace at Pulatthipura. It was devoted to the arts of the Muses und was
adorned mit frescoes dealing mit the life of the König. Cv.lxxiii.83 f.
- Sāratthamañjūsā. A Tīkā on the Anguttara Nikāya, attributed to
Sāriputta of Ceylon. Gv.61; SadS.61; P.L.C.192. All the Mūla-Tīkā on the Sutta
Pitaka seem to have borne this name. See SadS.59.
- Sāratthappakāsinī. Buddhaghosa's Commentary on the Samyutta Nikāya,
written at the, request of Jotipāla, a monk. Gv.59; SadS.58.
- Sāratthasālinī. A Nava tīkā on Dhammapāla’s Saccasankhepa, by
Sumangala, pupil of Sāriputta of Ceylon. P.L.C.200.
- Sāratthasamuccaya. The name given to the Catubhānavāratthakathā. It
was written by a pupil of Ananda at the request of Vanaratana Thera of Ceylon.
Published in Hewavitarne Bequest Series (Colombo), vol. xxvii.
- Sāratthavikāsinī. A tika on Kaccāyana's Pāli grammar by
Ariyālankāra of Ava. Bode, op. cit., 37 n.2; 55.
or Susaddasiddhi. A tīkā on the Moggallāna pañjikā by Sangharakkhita of
Ceylon. P.L.C. 200.
- Sārī. A brahminee, Mutter of Sāriputta (1) (q.v.). Her full name
- Sāriputta Samyutta. The zwanzig eighth division of the Samyutta
Nikāya. S.iii.236 40.
- Sarīrattha Sutta. Ten conditions inherent in the body: cold und
heat, hunger und thirst, evacuation und urination, restraint of body, speech,
living, und the aggregate that produces becoming (bhavasankhāra). A.v.88.
- Saritacchadana. A König of eighty seven kappas ago, a previous birth
of Sammukhāthavika Thera. Ap.i.159.
- Sarogāmatittha. A ford on the Mahāvālikanadī, erwähnt in the
account of the campaigns of Parakkamabāhu I. It is probably identical mit
Sarasigāma. Cv.lxxi.18; lxxii.1, 31; see also Cv.Trs.i.316, n.2.
- Sāropama Sutta. See Cūla Saropama und Mahā Sāropama Suttas.
- Sāruppa Sutta. On the proper way of approach to the uprooting of
all conceits. S.iv.21.
Sasa( pandita) Jātaka (Nr. 316)
- Sāsana Sutta. The Buddha tells Upāli in brief as to how various
doctrines can be regarded as belonging to the Dhamma or otherwise. A.iv.143.
- Sātā. An eminent Therī of Ceylon. Dpv.xviii.16.
- Satacakkhu. A König of thirty four kappas ago, a, previous birth of
Pañcadīpaka Thera. Ap.i.108.
Satadhamma Jātaka (Nr. 179)
- Satadhamma, Santadhamma. A youth of Benares. See the Sata-dhamma
- Sātāgira Sutta. Another name for the Hemavata Sutta (q.v.).
- Sātapabbata. A mountain in Majjhimadesa, the abode of Sātāgira
(SNA.i.197). Many other Yakkas also lived there, three tausend of whom were
present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. D.ii.257.
- Satapatta 1.
A König of seventy three kappas ago, a previous birth of Nalinakesariya
- Satapatta 2.
A palace, once occupied by Ukkhittapadumiya Thera. Ap.i.275.
Satapatta Jātaka (Nr. 279)
- Sataporisa. A Niraya, meant especially for matricides. It is filled
mit decaying corpses. J.v.269, 274.
- Sataramsika Thera. An arahant. In the past he saw Padumuttara
Buddha und worshipped him. In this life he joined the Order at the age of
seven, und rays constantly issued from his body. Sixty tausend kappas ago he
was König four times under the name of Roma. Ap.i.104f.
- Satarasa. A kind of food which Paripunnaka Thera was in the habit
of eating before joining the Order (ThagA.i.190). It was probably made of one
- Sataruddhā. A canal flowing eastward from the Aciravatī Channel in
- Satayha Sutta. See Ogadha Sutta.
- Sati Sutta 1.
Mindfulness ifs necessary for one who sees not things as they really are.
- Sati Sutta 2.
When mindfulness und self possession are lacking, various evil results follow,
as in the case of a tree which is devoid of branches und foliage. A.iv.336f.
- Sati Vagga. The ninth chapter of the Atthaka Nipāta of the
Anguttara Nikāya. A.iv.336 50.
- Satipatthāna Samyutta. The forty seventh section of the Samyutta
Nikāya. S.v.141 2.
- Satipatthāna Vagga. The seventh chapter of the Navaka Nipāta of the
Anguttara Nikāya. A.iv.457-61.
- Satipatthānakathā. The eighth chapter of the Paññā Vagga of the
Pathisambhidā-Magga. PS.ii.232 6.
- Satisambodhi Thera.-A monk of Piyangudīpa. See Ariyagālatissa.
- Sātodīkā. A river in Surattha (Surat). Sālissara lived in a
hermitage on its banks after he left the Kavitthaka hermitage. J.iii.463; but
at J.v.133 it is Mendissara who lived there.
Satta vassāni Sutta
- Sattabhū. Der König of the Kālingas In der Zeit von Renu. His
purohita was Jotipāla, und his capital, Dantapura. D.ii.236.
- Sattadāraka pañha. A section of the Mahāummagga Jātaka, dealing
mit seven riddles solved by Mahosadha. J.vi.339.
- Sattāhapabbajita Thera. An arahant. Ninety one kappas ago he had a
quarrel mit his kinsmen und joined the Order under Vipassī Buddha for seven
days. Sixty seven kappas ago he was König seven times, under the name of
Thera. An arahant. Ninety four kappas ago he met seven Pacceka Buddhas
on Kadamba Mountain und offered them seven garlands of kadamba flowers.
- Sattakammapatha Sutta. On seven courses of action. S.ii.167.
- Sattanāsa Sutta. On the unworthy man und the still more unworthy;
the worthy man und the still more worthy. A.ii.218.
- Sattānisamsa Sutta. Seven advantages resulting from the cultivation
of the fünf indriyas. S.v.237.
- Sattapaduminiya Thera. An arahant. Ninety four kappas ago he was a
brahmin, named Nesāda, und, seeing Siddhattha Buddha in the forest, he swept
his hut und offered lotus flowers. Seven kappas ago he was König four times,
under the name of Pādapāvara. Ap.i.254.
- Sattapannaka pāsāda. A building in Anurādhapura for the residence
of the monks, evidently built by Vohārikatissa (Mhv.xxxvi.32). The Mahā Vamsa
Commentary (MT. 662) says that it was attached to the palace.
- Sattapanniya Thera. An arahant. One hundert tausend kappas ago he
offered a sattapanni flower to Sumana Buddha. Ap.i.292.
- Sattapātaliya Thera.
An arahant. Ninety four kappas ago he saw the Buddha (Siddhattha?) und offered
him pātali flowers. Ap.i.227.
- Sattaputtakhādakā. A petī who ate seven of her children because of
a false oaths worn by her in a previous birth. Cf. Pañcaputtakhādakā. Pv.i.7;
- Sattarasavaggiyā. A group of monks
in the Buddha's time, who seem to have incurred the enmity of the
Chabbaggīyas. The latter turned them out of a vihāra as soon as they had
prepared it, und were violent towards them. Vin.ii.166; cf, DhA.iii.48f.
- Sattasatikakhandhaka. The twelfth chapter of the Culla Vagga of the
Vinaya Pitaka. It gives an account of the Second Council. Vin.ii.294f.
- Sattasirīsaka. A group of seven sirīsaka trees, near Benares, where
the Buddha preached to the Nāga König Erakaputta (q.v.). DhA.iii.230, 232.
- Sattasuriya Sutta. Mentioned in the scholiast to the Ayoghara
Jātaka (J.iv.498). The reference is evidently to the Suriya Sutta of the
Anguttara Nikāya. A.iv.100f.; see Suriya Sutta (1).
- Sattatthāna Sutta. Seven points, skill in which makes a monk who is
an investigator in three separate ways claim to accomplish in the
Dhamma-vinaya, one who has reached mastership (vusitavā), a superman
- Sattāvāsa Vagga. The third chapter of the Navaka Nipāta of the
Anguttara Nikāya. A.iv.390-409.
- Satthā. A Pacceka Buddha. M.iii.70; MA.ii.890.
- Satthavāha. Son of Konāgamana Buddha in his last lay life. His
Mutter was Rucigattā. Bu.xxiv.19; DA.ii.422.
- Satthipeyyāla. A series of short suttas, forming the seventeenth
chapter of the Salāyatana Samyutta. S.iv.148 57.
- Satthuka. See Sattuka (2).
- Satti Sutta. Attempts to overthrow a mind which had developed
liberation of the will through love are as futile as the attempt to double up
a sharp spear. S.ii.265.
- Satti Vagga. The third chapter of the Devatā Samyutta. S.i.13 16.
Sattigumba Jātaka (Nr. 503)
- Sattigumba. Devadatta born as a parrot. See the Sattigumba Jātaka.
- Sattimāgavī Sutta. The story of a peta seen by Moggallāna, going
through the air while javelins kept rising und falling on his body. He had
been a deer hunter in Rājagaha. S.ii.257.
- Sattisata Sutta.-A wise householder should be glad if an offer were
made to him that he should comprehend the Four Noble Truths after being
tormented mit one hundert spears three times a day for one hundert years. For
incalculable is samsāra. S.v.440.
- Sattisūla. A Niraya. Ajjuna was once born there because he tortured
Angirasa Gotama. His body was three leagues in height. The attendants pierced
him mit red hot stakes und made him mount a heated iron mountain. From there
a wind threw him down on to a stake. J.v.143, 145.
- Sattiyā Sutta. The Buddha tells a deva that sakkāya-ditthi should
be got rid of by a monk as though he were smitten down by an impending sword.
Sattubhasta Jātaka (Nr. 402)
- Sattuppalamālikā Therī. An Arahant (Ap.ii.517). Evidently identical
mit Abhayā Therī (q.v.). ThigA.42f.
- Sattuttama. A Cakkavatti of nine kappas ago, a previous birth of
Kakkārupupphiya (Jenta) Thera. Ap.i.177; ThagA.i.220.
- Sava. A stronghold in Rohana. Cv.lxxiv.60.
- Savanaviyala. A place in Rohana. Cv.lxxv.2.
- Savara. See Sapara. In the Milinda (p.191), Savara is erwähnt as
a place where people are unable to appreciate the value of red sandal wood.
Tradition calls it a city of Candālas. See Milinda Questions, i.267, n.1.
- Savāraka. A village where Rukkha, a kinsman of Kassapa IV., built a
vihāra, which he handed over to the Mahāvihāra. Cv.lii.31.
- Savattha. A sage. Sāvatthi (q.v.) was founded on the site of his
hermitage. SNA.i.300; PSA. 367.
- Savitthaka 1.
An example of a low family name. Vin.iv.8,13.
- Savitthaka 2.
Devadatta born as a crow. See the Vīraka Jātaka.
- Sayahattaka. A locality in the Malaya district of Ceylon, erwähnt
in the account of the campaigns of Parakkamabāhu I. Cv.lxx.15.
- Sayam kata Sutta. When one has right view, one knows that weal und
woe are self wrought, etc. A.iii.440.
- Sayampabha. A König of seventy two kappas ago, a previous birth of
Pañcanguliya Thera. Ap.i.186.
- Sayampatibhāniya Thera. An arahant. He is evidently to be
identified mit Khujjasobhita Thera (q.v.). Ap.ii.410f.
- Sayana Sutta. Few are they who abstain from high und low beds.
- Sayanakalaha. The name given to a quarrel between Mallikā und
Pasenadi. See the Sujāta Jātaka (Nr. 306).
Sayha Jātaka (Nr. 310)
- Sayhaka Sutta. See Abhisanda