Vinaya Pitaka (4): Parivara

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...

Origin (Saṅghādisesa)

Prv.18.2 From how many origins originates the offence requiring a Formal Meeting of the Order for emitting impurity using (the hand)? It originates from one origin: from body and mind, not from speech. From how many … for coming into physical contact with a woman? … from one origin: from body and mind, not from speech. From how many … for offending a woman with lewd words? … from three origins: it may originate from body and mind, not from speech; it may Vin.5.208 originate from speech and mind, not from body; it may originate from body and speech and mind. From how many … for speaking in praise of ministering to sense-pleasures for oneself in the presence of women? … from three origins: as above … From how many … for acting as a go-between? … from six origins: it may originate from body, not from speech, not from mind; it may originate from speech, not from body, not from mind; it may originate from body and speech, not from mind; it may originate from body and mind, not from speech; it may originate from speech and mind, not from body; it may originate from body and speech and mind. From how many … for begging for oneself for having a hut built? … from six origins as above … From how many … for having a large vihāra built? … from six origins … From how many … for defaming a monk with an unfounded charge of an offence involving Defeat? … from three origins … From how many … for defaming a monk with a charge of an offence involving Defeat, taking up some point as a pretext in a legal question really belonging to something else? … from three origins … From how many … for a schismatic monk who on being BD.6.334 admonished up to the third time does not give up (his course)? … from one origin: it originates from body and speech and mind. From how many … for monks who are imitators of schismatics and on being admonished up to the third time do not give up (their course)? … from one origin: it originates from body and speech and mind. From how many … for a monk who is difficult to speak to and on being admonished up to the third time does not give up (his course)? … from one origin: it originates from body and speech and mind. From how many origins originates the offence requiring a Formal Meeting of the Order for a monk who brings a family into disrepute and on being admonished up to the third time does not give up (his course)? It originates from one origin: it originates from body and speech and mind.

Concluded are the Thirteen Offences entailing a Formal Meeting of the Order