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...

Kd.9.7.1 “This is a case, monks, where a monk is a maker of strife, a maker of dispute, a maker of contention, a maker of brawls, a maker of legal questions in an Order.[1] It then occurs to monks: ‘This monk, your reverences, is a maker of strife … a maker of legal questions in the Order. Come, let us carry out a (formal) act of censure against him’; and they carry out a (formal) act of censure against him, not by rule, in an incomplete assembly. He goes from that residence to another residence. It occurs to the monks there: ‘A (formal) act of censure, your reverences, was carried out against this monk, not by rule, in an incomplete assembly. Come, let us carry out a (formal) act of censure against him’; and they carry out a (formal) act of censure against him not by rule, in a complete assembly. He then goes from that residence to another residence. It occurs to the monks there: ‘A BD.4.472 (formal) act of censure, your reverences, was carried out against this monk, not by rule, in a complete assembly. Come, let us Vin.1.329 carry out a (formal) act of censure against him’; and they carry out a (formal) act of censure against him, by rule, in an incomplete assembly. He goes from that residence to another residence. It occurs to the monks there: ‘A (formal) act of censure, your reverences, was carried out against this monk, by rule, in an incomplete assembly. Come, let us carry out a (formal) act of censure against him’; and they carry out a (formal) act of censure against him by what has the appearance of rule, in an incomplete assembly. He goes from that residence to another residence. It occurs to the monks there: ‘A (formal) act of censure, your reverences, was carried out against this monk, by what has the appearance of rule, in an incomplete assembly. Come, let us carry out a (formal) act of censure against him’; and they carry out a (formal) act of censure against him by what has the appearance of rule in a complete assembly.

Kd.9.7.2 “This is a case, monks, where a monk is a maker of strife … a maker of legal questions in an Order. It then occurs to monks: ‘This monk, your reverences, is a maker of strife … a maker of legal questions in the Order. Come, let us carry out a (formal) act of censure against him’; and they carry out a (formal) act of censure against him, not by rule, in a complete assembly. He goes from that residence to another residence. It occurs to the monks there: ‘A (formal) act of censure, your reverences, was carried out against this monk, not by rule, in a complete assembly. Come, let us carry out a (formal) act of censure against him’; and they carry out a (formal) act of censure against him, by ride, in an incomplete assembly. He then goes from that residence … they carry out a (formal) act of censure against him, by what has the appearance of rule, in an incomplete assembly. He then goes from that residence … they carry out a (formal) act of censure against him, by what has the appearance of a rule, in a complete assembly. He then goes from that residence … they carry out a (formal) act of censure against him, not by rule, in an incomplete assembly.

Kd.9.7.3 “This is a case, monks, … as above … they carry out a (formal) act of censure against him by rule, in an incomplete BD.4.473 assembly … by what has the appearance of rule, in an incomplete assembly … by what has the appearance of rule in a complete assembly … not by rule, in an incomplete assembly … not by rule, in a complete assembly.

Kd.9.7.4 “This is a case, monks, … as above … they carry out a (formal) act of censure against him, by what has the appearance of rule, in an incomplete assembly … by what has the appearance of rule, in a complete assembly … not by rule, in an incomplete assembly … not by rule, in a complete assembly, by rule, in an incomplete assembly.

Kd.9.7.5 “This is a case, monks, … as aboveVin.1.330 they carry out a (formal) act of censure against him, by what has the appearance of rule, in a complete assembly … not by rule, in an incomplete assembly … not by rule, in a complete assembly … by rule, in an incomplete assembly … by what has the appearance of a rule, in an incomplete assembly.

Footnotes and references:

[1]:

As at Vin.4.45, Vin.4.230. See BD.3.191, n.3 for further references.

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