MAHAPARINIBBANA SUTTA PDF

If you on earth will gladly give Departed ghosts will gladly live! As water poured on mountain tops Must soon descend, and reach the plain; So surely what is given here Will reach and bless the sprits there[1]! The grave is filled in. Two lights, one at the head of it, and one at the foot, are left burning. And then the friends and relations return to the house.

Author:Samunos Shakasida
Country:Sao Tome and Principe
Language:English (Spanish)
Genre:Automotive
Published (Last):2 April 2018
Pages:164
PDF File Size:2.74 Mb
ePub File Size:7.9 Mb
ISBN:294-2-40729-341-1
Downloads:83221
Price:Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader:Vidal



X The updated version is freely available at This version of the text might be out of date. Please click here for more information Then the Blessed One said to Ven. Ananda responded to the Blessed One. On arrival, he said to Ven. Ananda, "Ananda, please prepare a bed for me between the twin sal-trees, with its head to the north.

I am tired, and will lie down. Ananda prepared a bed between the twin sal-trees, with its head to the north. Heavenly music was playing in the sky, in homage to the Tathagata. Heavenly songs were sung in the sky, in homage to the Tathagata. Heavenly coral-tree blossoms are falling from the sky Heavenly sandalwood powder is falling from the sky Heavenly music is playing in the sky Heavenly songs are sung in the sky, in homage to the Tathagata.

But it is not to this extent that a Tathagata is worshipped, honored, respected, venerated, or paid homage to. Upavana was standing in front of the Blessed One, fanning him. Then the Blessed One dismissed him, saying, "Go away, monk. Ananda, "For a long time, now, this Ven. Upavana has been an attendant to the Blessed One, staying near him and traveling with him. Ananda said to the Blessed One, "For a long time, now, this Ven.

Tonight, in the last watch of the night, the total Unbinding of the Tathagata will occur. And this eminent monk is standing in front of the Blessed One, blocking the way. Tearing at their hair, they are weeping. Uplifting their arms, they are weeping. All too soon, the One Well-gone will be totally unbound! All too soon, the One with Eyes alternate reading: the Eye will disappear from the world!

All too soon, the One with Eyes will disappear from the world! What else is there to expect? Which four? Having wrapped it in new linen cloth, they wrap it in teased cotton-wool.

Having wrapped it in teased cotton-wool, they wrap it in new linen cloth. Having done this times, they place the body in an iron oil-vat, cover it with an iron lid, make a pyre composed totally of perfumed substances, and cremate the body.

Then they build a burial mound for the wheel-turning monarch at a great four-way intersection. That is the course that they follow with regard to the body of a wheel-turning monarch. The course they follow with regard to the body of a wheel-turning monarch, Ananda, is the course that should be followed with regard to the body of the Tathagata.

A burial mound for the Tathagata is to be built at a great four-way intersection. A Private Buddha Having brightened their minds there, then — on the break-up of the body, after death — they will reappear in a good destination, the heavenly world. Having brightened their minds there, then — on the break-up of the body, after death — they will reappear in a good destination, the heavenly world It is for this reason that a wheel-turning monarch is worthy of a burial mound. Ananda, going into a [nearby] building, stood leaning against the door jamb, weeping: "Here I am, still in training, with work left to do, and the total Unbinding of my teacher is about to occur — the teacher who has had such sympathy for me!

Ananda, on arrival he said, "The Teacher calls you, my friend. Ananda replied. Then he went to the Blessed One and, on arrival, having bowed down to him, sat to one side. As he was sitting there, the Blessed One said to him, "Enough, Ananda. You are one who has made merit. Commit yourself to exertion, and soon you will be without mental fermentations.

Those who, in the future, will be worthy ones, rightly self-awakened, will have foremost attendants, just as I have had Ananda.

If a group of monks approaches to see Ananda, they are gratified at the sight of him. If he speaks Dhamma to them, they are gratified with what he says.

Before they are sated, he falls silent. If a group of nuns approaches to see Ananda If a group of male lay followers approaches to see Ananda If a group of female lay followers approaches to see Ananda, they are gratified at the sight of him. If a group of noble warriors approaches to see him If a group of brahmans approaches to see him If a group of householders approaches to see him If a group of contemplatives approaches to see him, they are gratified at the sight of him.

If he speaks to them, they are gratified with what he says. If a group of monks Ananda said to the Blessed One, "Lord, may the Blessed One not be totally unbound in this little town, this dusty town, this branch township. May the Blessed One be totally unbound there. This Kusinara was his capital city, named Kusavati : twelve leagues long from east to west, seven leagues wide from north to south.

Come out, Vasitthas! Now at that time the Kusinara Mallans had met for some business in their assembly hall. Ananda went to the assembly hall and on arrival announced to them, "Tonight, Vasitthas, in the last watch of the night, the total Unbinding of the Tathagata will occur. Some of them wept, tearing at their hair; they wept, uplifting their arms. The thought occurred to Ven. Ananda, "If I let the Mallans pay reverence to the Blessed One one by one, the night will be over before they have finished paying reverence.

Ananda got the Mallans to pay reverence to the Blessed One within the first watch of the night. Now at that time Subhadda the Wanderer was staying in Kusinara. He heard, "Tonight, in the last watch of the night, the total Unbinding of Gotama the contemplative will take place. Tonight, in the last watch of the night, the total Unbinding of Gotama the contemplative will occur.

Now there is a doubt that has arisen in me, but I have faith that he could teach me the Dhamma in such a way that I might abandon that doubt. Ananda, "I have heard the elder wanderers, teachers of teachers, saying that only once in a long, long time do Tathagatas — worthy ones, rightly self-awakened — appear in the world. It would be good, Ven.

Ananda, if you would let me see him. Ananda said to him, "Enough, friend Subhadda. The Blessed One is tired. For a third time, Subhadda the Wanderer said to Ven. Ananda, " Ananda, "Enough, Ananda. Let him see the Tathagata. Whatever he asks me will all be for the sake of knowledge, and not to be bothersome. And whatever I answer when asked, he will quickly understand.

Ananda said to Subhadda the Wanderer, "Go ahead, friend Subhadda. The Blessed One gives you his leave. Put this question aside. I will teach you the Dhamma. Listen, and pay close attention. I will speak. Other teachings are empty of knowledgeable contemplatives.

And if the monks dwell rightly, this world will not be empty of arahants. Outside of the realm of methodical Dhamma, there is no contemplative. Just as if he were to place upright what was overturned, to reveal what was hidden, to point out the way to one who was lost, or to carry a lamp into the dark so that those with eyes could see forms, in the same way has the Blessed One — through many lines of reasoning — made the Dhamma clear.

But I know distinctions among individuals in this matter. Ananda, "Very well then, Ananda, give Subhadda the going forth.

Then Subhadda said to Ven. He knew: "Birth is ended, the holy life fulfilled, the task done.

ASKEP LANSIA DENGAN DEMENSIA PDF

Mahaparinibbana-sutta

Edit 1. Thus have I heard. At that time the king of Magadha, Ajatasattu, son of the Videhi queen, desired to wage war against the Vajjis. He spoke in this fashion: "These Vajjis, powerful and glorious as they are, I shall annihilate them, I shall make them perish, I shall utterly destroy them. He has spoken in this fashion: "These Vajjis, powerful and glorious as they are, I shall annihilate them, I shall make them perish, I shall utterly destroy them. He went by carriage as far as the carriage could go, then dismounting, he approached the Blessed One on foot. After exchanging courteous greetings with the Blessed One, together with many pleasant words, he sat down at one side and addressed the Blessed One thus: "Venerable Gotama, Ajatasattu, the king of Magadha, pays homage at the feet of the Venerable Gotama and wishes him good health, strength, ease, vigour, and comfort.

ARE THOSE MY BASOOMAS I SEE BEFORE ME PDF

Maha Parinibbana Sutta

Part One: In Magadha 1. Thus have I heard. At that time the king of Magadha , Ajatasattu, son of the Videhi queen, [2] desired to wage war against the Vajjis. He spoke in this fashion: "These Vajjis, powerful and glorious as they are, I shall annihilate them, I shall make them perish, I shall utterly destroy them. He has spoken in this fashion: "These Vajjis, powerful and glorious as they are, I shall annihilate them, I shall make them perish, I shall utterly destroy them. He went by carriage as far as the carriage could go, then dismounting, he approached the Blessed One on foot. After exchanging courteous greetings with the Blessed One, together with many pleasant words, he sat down at one side and addressed the Blessed One thus: "Venerable Gotama, Ajatasattu, the king of Magadha, pays homage at the feet of the Venerable Gotama and wishes him good health, strength, ease, vigour, and comfort.

Related Articles