Vinaya Pitaka (3): Khandhaka

by I. B. Horner | 2014 | 386,194 words | ISBN-13: 9781921842160

The English translation of the Khandhaka: the second book of the Pali Vinaya Pitaka, one of the three major ‘baskets’ of Therevada canonical literature. It is a collection of various narratives. The English translation of the Vinaya-pitaka (third part, khandhaka) contains many Pali original words, but transliterated using a system similar to the I...

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Kd.2.35.1 “Monks, you should not go on an Observance day from a residence where there are monks to a residence where there are no monks except with an Order,[1] except there be a danger.[2] Monks, you should not go on an Observance day from a residence where there are monks to what is not a residence[3] where there are no monks except with an Order, except there be a danger. Monks, you should not go … either to a residence or to what is not a residence where there are no monks except with an Order, except there be a danger.

Kd.2.35.2 “Monks, you should not go on an Observance day from what is not a residence where there are monks to a residence where there are no monks except … Monks, you should not go on an Observance day from what is not a residence where, there are monks to what is not a residence where there are no monks except … Monks, you should not go … from what is not a residence where there are monks either to a residence or to what is not a residence where there are no monks, except with an Order, except there be a danger.

Kd.2.35.3 “Monks, you should not go on an Observance day from BD.4.179 either a residence or from what is not a residence where there are monks to a residence where there are no monks except with an Order, except there be a danger. Monks, Vin.1.135 you should not go on an Observance day from a residence or from what is not a residence where there are no monks to what is not a residence where there are no monks except … a danger. Monks, you should not go … either from a residence or from what is not a residence where there are no monks either to a residence or to what is not a residence where there are no monks, except … a danger.

Kd.2.35.4 “Monks, you should not go on an Observance day from a residence where there are monks to a residence where there are monks if the monks there should belong to a different communion, except with an Order, except there be a danger. Monks, you should not go … from a residence where there are monks to what is not a residence where there are monks if the monks there should belong to a different communion … a danger. Monks, you should not go … from a residence where there are monks either to a residence or to what is not a residence where there are monks … cf. Kd.2.35.1, Kd.2.35.2, Kd.2.35.3 … Monks, you should not go … either from a residence or from what is not a residence where there are monks either to a residence or to what is not a residence where there are monks if the monks there belong to a different communion, except with an Order, except there be a danger.

Footnotes and references:

1.

Unless there go sufficient monks to form an Order. Cf. 35 with Kd.12.1.3, Kd.12.1.4.

2.

See above, Kd.2.15.4, where ten “dangers” are enumerated.

3.

Vin-a.1066 says to a place where a hall and so forth are undergoing repairs.