by I. B. Horner | 2014 | 150,781 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 analyses the rules from various points of view. The English translation of the Vinaya-pitaka (fourth part, parivara) contains many Pali original words, but transliterated using a system similar...
Division 1: on All Round
Monks’ Sekhiya 1
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.1 BD.6.68 Dressing, out of disrespect, with the inner robe hanging down in front or behind, how many offences does he fall into? Dressing, out of disrespect … he falls into one offence: wrong-doing. Dressing, out of disrespect … he falls into this one offence.
Monks’ Sekhiya 2
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.2 Out of disrespect putting on the upper robe hanging down in front or behind, he falls into one offence: wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 3, 4
Monks’ Sekhiya 5, 6
Monks’ Sekhiya 7, 8
Monks’ Sekhiya 9, 10
The First Division: that on All Round
Division 2: on Loud Laughter
Monks’ Sekhiya 11, 12
Monks’ Sekhiya 13, 14
Monks’ Sekhiya 15, 16
Monks’ Sekhiya 17, 18
Monks’ Sekhiya 19, 20
The Second Division: that on Loud Laughter
Division 3: on Arms Akimbo
Monks’ Sekhiya 21
Monks’ Sekhiya 23
Monks’ Sekhiya 25
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.25 Out of disrespect going amid the houses crouching down on the heels … wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 26
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.26 Out of disrespect sitting down amid the houses lolling … wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 27
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.27 Out of disrespect accepting almsfood inattentively wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 28
Monks’ Sekhiya 29
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.29 Out of disrespect accepting much curry only … wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 30
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.30 Out of disrespect accepting heaped-up almsfood … wrong-doing.
The Third Division: that on Arms Akimbo
Division 4: on Almsfood
Monks’ Sekhiya 31
Monks’ Sekhiya 34
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.34 Out of disrespect eating much curry only … wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 35
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.35 Out of disrespect eating almsfood having chosen from the top … wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 36
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.36 Out of disrespect covering up the curry or the condiment with conjey … wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 37
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.37 Out of disrespect eating curry or conjey having asked for it for oneself if one is not ill … wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 38
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.38 Out of disrespect looking at the bowls of others captious-mindedly … wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 39
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.39 Out of disrespect making up a large mouthful … wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 40
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.40 Out of disrespect making up a long morsel (of food) … wrong-doing.
The Fourth Division: that on Almsfood
Division 5: on the Mouthful
Monks’ Sekhiya 41
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.41 Out of disrespect opening the mouth when the mouthful has not been brought close … wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 42
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.42 Out of disrespect putting the whole hand into the mouth when one is eating … wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 43
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.43 Out of disrespect talking with a mouthful in the mouth … wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 44
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.44 Out of disrespect eating while tossing up balls of food … wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 45–50
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.45 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.46 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.47 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.48 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.49 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.50 Out of disrespect eating while breaking up the mouthfuls … stuffing the cheeks … shaking the hands about … scattering lumps of boiled rice … putting out the tongue … smacking the lips … wrong-doing.
The Fifth Division: that on the Mouthful
Division 6: on Hissing
Monks’ Sekhiya 51–54
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.51 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.52 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.53 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.54 BD.6.70 Out of disrespect eating while making a Out hissing sound … licking the fingers … licking the bowl … licking the lips wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 55
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.55 Out of disrespect accepting a drinking cup with one’s hands soiled (with food) … wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 56
Monks’ Sekhiya 57–60
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.57 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.58 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.59 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.60 Out of disrespect teaching Dhamma to someone with a sunshade in his hand … with a staff in his hand … with a knife in his hand … with a weapon in his hand … wrong-doing.
The Sixth Division: that on Hissing
Division 7: on Shoes
Monks’ Sekhiya 61–72
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.61 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.62 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.63 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.64 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.65 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.66 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.67 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.68 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.69 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.70 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.71 Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.72 Out of disrespect teaching Dhamma to someone who is wearing shoes … wearing sandals … in a vehicle … on a bed … who is sitting down lolling … has a turban on his head … whose head is muffled up … who is sitting on a seat when one is sitting on the ground … who is sitting on a high seat when one is sitting on a low seat … who is sitting when one is standing … who is walking in front when one is walking behind … who is walking along a path when one is walking at the side of the path … wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 73
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.73 Out of disrespect easing oneself when one is standing … wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 74
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.74 Out of disrespect easing oneself or spitting on green corn … wrong-doing.
Monks’ Sekhiya 75
Prv.1.2:Bu-Sk.75 Out of disrespect easing oneself or spitting in water how many offences does he fall into? Out of disrespect easing himself … he falls into one offence: wrong-doing. Out of disrespect easing himself … he falls into this one offence.
The Seventh Division: that on Shoes
Concluded are the Rules for Training
Concluded is the Second Chapter: on How Many Offences?