Vedana Samyutta, aka: Vedanā-samyutta, Vedanā-saṃyutta; 2 Definition(s)


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Theravada (major branch of Buddhism)

[Vedana Samyutta in Theravada glossaries]

The thirty sixth section of the Samyutta Nikaya. S.iv.204-37.

(Source): Pali Kanon: Pali Proper Names
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Theravāda is a major branch of Buddhism having the the Pali canon (tipitaka) as their canonical literature, which includes the vinaya-pitaka (monastic rules), the sutta-pitaka (Buddhist sermons) and the abhidhamma-pitaka (philosophy and psychology).

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[Vedana Samyutta in Pali glossaries]

Vedanā, (f.) (fr. ved°: see vedeti; cp. Epic Sk. vedanā) feeling, sensation (see on term, e.g. Cpd. 14 Mrs. Rh. D. B. Psy. ch. iv.) D. I, 45; II, 58 (cp. Dial. II. 54), 66; III, 58, 77, 221, 228, 238 (°upādāna); S. III, 86 sq.; A. I, 39, 122, 141; II, 79, 198, 256; III, 245 sq. 450; IV, 301, 385; Kh III, (tisso v.); Sn. 435, 529, 739, 1111; Nd1 109; Nd2 551 (tisso v.); Ps. I, 6, 50 sq. 145 sq. 153 sq.; II, 109 sq. 181 sq.; Vbh. 135 sq. 294, 401, 403 sq.; Dhs. 3, 1348; Nett 27, 65 sq.; 83, 123, 126; Tikp 246, 317 sq. 345 sq.; Vism. 460 sq.; DA. I, 125; VbhA. 13 sq. 39 sq. 80, 178, 193, 221 (°ânupassanā, in detail), 263 sq. 382 (various).—Three modes of feeling (usually understood whenever mention is made of “tisso vedanā”): sukhā (pleasant), dukkhā (painful) adukkha-m-asukhā (indifferent) D. III, 275; S. II, 53, 82; IV, 207; A. III, 400; It. 46; Tikp 317 sq.—or: kusalā, akusalā, avyākatā Vism. 460.—Five vedanās: sukhaṃ, dukkhaṃ, somanassaṃ, domanassaṃ, upekkhā Vism. 461. Categories of 2 to 108 modes of Vedanā, S. IV, 223 sq.—vedanā is one of the 5 khandhas (see khandha II. B).—On relation of old and new sensations (purāṇa°›nava°) see e.g. A. II, 40; III, 388; IV, 167; Vism. 33; and see formula under yātrā.—In the Paṭiccasamuppāda (q. v.) vedanā stands between phassa as condition and taṇhā as result; see e.g. Vism. 567 sq.—2. (in special application) painful sensation, suffering, pain (i.e. dukkhavedanā) M. I, 59; A. I, 153 (sārīrikā bodily pain); II, 116 (id.); III, 143 (id.); Pv. I, 1015; Miln. 253 (kāyikā & cetasikā); VbhA. 101 (maraṇ’antikā v. agonies of death).—vedan’aṭṭa afflicted by pain Vin. II, 61; III, 100; J. I, 293.—As adj. vedana suffering or to be suffered Pv III, 106 (=anubhūyamāna PvA. 214).—vedana at J. III, 349 is to be read as vetana. (Page 648)

(Source): Sutta: The Pali Text Society's Pali-English Dictionary
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Pali is the language of the Tipiṭaka, which is the sacred canon of Theravāda Buddhism and contains much of the Buddha’s speech. Closeley related to Sanskrit, both languages are used interchangeably between religions.

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