Vinaya (2): The Mahavagga

by T. W. Rhys Davids | 1881 | 156,382 words

The Mahavagga (part of the Vinaya collection) includes accounts of Gautama Buddha’s and the ten principal disciples’ awakenings, as well as rules for ordination, rules for reciting the Patimokkha during uposatha days, and various monastic procedures....

Mahavagga, Khandaka 7, Chapter 5

A Bhikkhu, after the Kaṭhina ceremony has been held, takes with him a robe not ready, and goes away, &c.[1]'


End of the section entitled Samādāya-chakka[2].

Footnotes and references:


As in chap. 4. For 'takes' read 'takes with him.' See the note at chap. 3.


'The six cases in which he takes a robe with him.'

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