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THE

SACRED BOOKS OF THE EAST

TRANSLATED

BY VARIOUS ORIENTAL SCHOLARS

AND EDITED BY

F. MAX MÜLLER


VOLUME X
PART I

Oxford
AT  THE  CLARENDON  PRESS
1881

[All rights reserved]

THE DHAMMAPADA

A COLLECTION OF VERSES

BEING ONE OF THE CANONICAL BOOKS OF THE
BUDDHISTS

TRANSLATED FROM PÂLI

BY

F. MAX MÜLLER

Oxford

AT THE CLARENDON PRESS

1881

[All rights reserved]

CONTENTS.

page

Introduction to the Dhammapada .... ix-lv DHAMMAPADA. Chapter 1. The Twin-verses 3 2. On Earnestness 9 3. Thought 12 4. Flowers 16 5. The Fool 20 6. The Wise Man (PdJiditd) -23 7. The Venerable (Arhat) .... 27 8. The Thousands 31 9. Evil 34 10. Punishment . , 36 11. Old Age 41 12. ^Self 45 13. The World . ^ 47 14. The Buddha (the Awakened) ... 49 JA Happiness . 53 , 16. Pleasure 56 17. Anger 58 18. Impurity 60 19. The Just 64 20. ^heWay 67 21. Miscellaneous 70 22. The Downward Course . . . -74 23. The Elephant 77 24. Thirst 80 25. The Bhikshu (Mendicant) .... 85 26. The Brdhmawa (Arhat) 89 Index 97 Transliteration of Oriental Alphabets adopted for the Translations of the Sacred Books of the East (see the end of this volume) 221

THE

SACRED BOOKS OF THE EAST

TRANSLATED

BY VARIOUS ORIENTAL SCHOLARS

AND EDITED BY

F. MAX MÜLLER


VOLUME X
PART II

Oxford
AT  THE  CLARENDON  PRESS
1881

[All rights reserved]

THE SUTTA-NIPATA A COLLECTION OF DISCOURSES BEING ONE OF THE CANONICAL BOOKS OF THE BUDDHISTS TRANSLATED FROM PALI BY V. FAUSBOLL

CONTENTS.

Introduction to Sutta-Nipâta xi I. URAGAVAGGA . 1 1. Uragasutta 1 2. Dhaniyasutta . 3 3. Khaggavisânasutta 6 4. Kasibhâradvâgasutta 11 5. Kundasutta . 15 6. Parâbhavasutta 17 7. Vasalasutta 20 8. Mettasutta 24 9. Hemavatasutta 25 10. Âlavakasutta . 29 11. Vigayasutta 32 12. Munisutta 33

II. KÛLAVAGGA 37 1. Ratanasutta 37 2. Âmagandhasutta 3. Hirisutta 4. Mahdmahgalasutta 5. Sii^ilomasutta 6. Dhamma^ariyasutta or Kapilasutta 7. Brahmawadhammikasutta 8. Ndvasutta 9. Ki;wstlasutta . 10. U//Adnasutta . 11. Rdhulasutta . 12. Vangts^asutta . 13. SammSparibb^aniyasutta 14. Dhammikasutta PAGE

III. MAHÂVAGGA 67 1. Pabba^^^dsutta 67 2. PadMnasutta 69 3. Subhdsitasutta 72 4. Sundarikabhdradvd^sutta 74 5. Mdghasutta 80 6. Sabhiyasutta 85 7. Selasutta 96 8. Sallasutta 106 9. Vase//Aasutta 108 10. Kokdliyasutta 118 11. Ndlakasutta 124 12. DvayatdnupassanSsutta 131

IV. ATTHAKAVAGGA 146 1. Kdmasutta 146 2. GuhaZ/y^akasutta 147 3. Du/Z/^a/Makasutta 148 4. Suddha/Z^akasutta 150 5. Parama//>^akasutta 152 6. Gardsutta 154 7. Tissametteyyasutta 156 8. Pas^asutta 157 9. Magandiyasutta 159 10. Purabhedasutta 162 11. Kalahavivddasutta , * 164 12. AKilaviyiihasutta 167 13. MaMviyiihasutta 171 14. Tuva/akasutta . . . . . . .174 15. Attada«d/asutta 177 16. Sariputtasutta 180 V. PARlYANAVAGGA 184 1. Vatthugdthd 184 2. Agitamânavapukkhâ 190 PAGE 3. Tissametteyyamd«avapui/t^a 191 4. Pu««akamd«avapui^>^d 192 5. Mettagihndwavapu^Md 193 6. Dhotakamawavapu^i^d 196 7. Upastvamd«avapuiMd 197 8. Nandamdwavapu^Md 199 9. Hemakamdwavapu^i^S 201 10. Todeyyamdwavapu^ii^d 202 II. Kappamd;/avapuiMd 203 12. (?atuka;?mmd;^avapuii^d 204 13. Bhadrdvudhamd«avapu^i>^d 205 14. Udayamdwavapu^^^d 206 15. Posaiamd«avapu^^>^d 207 16. Moghar^miwavapu^Mfi 208 17. Pihgiyamdwavapu^^/^d 209 Index 215 Transliteration of Oriental Alphabets adopted for the Translations of the Sacred Books of the East 221