Ukkattha Khalupacchabhattika: 1 definition



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Source: Dhamma Dana: The 13 Ascetic Practices of Buddhist Monks

(see khalupacchabhattika dhutayga).

The noble practitioner: If the bhikkhu who is a noble practitioner of the khalupacchabhattika dhutayga commits a pavarito as soon as he has ingested the first mouthful of his meal, he eats no more up to the following day. If, after having committed a pavarito, he eats even a single extra mouthful, he is not a noble practitioner.

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