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Chapata, 1 Definition(s)

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See Saddhammajotipala.

Added: 11.Apr.2009 | Pali Kanon: Pali Proper Names
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dhammacārī : (m.) one who walks in the righteousness. (adj.) virtuous.
Pupil of Uttarajiva of Pagan. He went to Ceylon with his teacher, received the higher ordinat...
A sect founded in Pagan by Chapata and his four companions: Rahula, Ananda, Sivali and Tamali...
The name given in the Pali chronicles to the city of Pagan in Burma (Ramanna) (Bode: op. cit....
A work on boundaries and sites for religious ceremonies written by Vacissara of Ceylon (Gv.62; ...
A work ascribed to Chapata. It explains difficult passages of the Vinayapitaka. Bode, op. cit.,...
1. Ariyavamsa - A compilation, probably of the life histories of men eminent in the Buddhist ...
also called Kaccayanasuttaniddesa A grammatical treatise, explaining the suttas (aphorisms) ...
A Vinaya treatise by Chapata. Gv. 64; Bode, op. cit., 18.
One of the four companions of Chapata and a founder of the Sihalasangha in Burma (Sas., p.65). ...
The Pali name for the city now known as Bassein, in Burma (Bode, op. cit., 24). Near the city w...
A work on the Abhidhamma, ascribed to Chapata. Gv. 64; Bode, op. cit., 19.
An Abhidhamma treatise, probably composed by Chapata. Bode: op. cit., 18.

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