JIVAKA SUTTA PDF

At one time the Blessed One lived in Raajagaha, in the mango orchard of Jiivaka, the foster son of the prince. Venerable sir, those who say, that living things are killed on account of the recluse Gotama, and he partakes that, knowing, it was killed on account of him, are they saying the rightful words of the Blessed One and not blaming the Teaching? They are not my words, and they blame me falsely. Jeevaka, I say that on three instances meat should not be partaken, when seen, heard or when there is a doubt.

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Jivaka Sutta means something in Buddhism , Pali. If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check out the descriptions on this page. Add your comment or reference to a book if you want to contribute to this summary article.

Jivaka Sutta - Jivaka visits the Buddha who is staying in his Mangogrove, and asks if it is true that animals are slain expressly for the Buddhas use. The Buddha replies that he forbids the eating of meat only when there is evidence of ones eyes or ears as grounds for suspicion that the animal has been slain for ones express use. Anyone who slays an animal for the use of a monk and gives it to him commits a great evil.

Jivaka is pleased with the reply and declares himself a follower of the Buddha. Jivaka Sutta - Questioned by Jivaka, the Buddha explains that an upasaka is one who has taken the Three Refuges and the Five Precepts, and that such a man, by reason of his qualities, works the welfare both of himself and others. Jivaka Sutta - To those who practise concentration and give themselves up to solitude things appear as they really are.

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Jivaka Sutta

Thus have i heard. Then Jivaka Komarabhacca went to the Blessed One, and after paying homage to him, he sat down at one side and said to the Blessed One: "Venerable sir, I have heard this: 'They slaughter living beings for the recluse Gotama; the recluse Gotama knowingly eats meat prepared for him from animals killed for his sake. Do they explain in accordance with the Dhamma in such a way that nothing which provides a ground for censure can be leg itimately deduced from their assertions? Jivaka, I say that there are three instances in which meat should not be eaten: when it is seen, heard, or suspected that the living being has been slaughtered for the bhikkhu. I say that meat should not be eaten in these three instances. Then a householder or a householder's son comes to him and invites him for the next day's meal.

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Jivaka Sutta means something in Buddhism , Pali. If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check out the descriptions on this page. Add your comment or reference to a book if you want to contribute to this summary article. Jivaka Sutta - Jivaka visits the Buddha who is staying in his Mangogrove, and asks if it is true that animals are slain expressly for the Buddhas use. The Buddha replies that he forbids the eating of meat only when there is evidence of ones eyes or ears as grounds for suspicion that the animal has been slain for ones express use. Anyone who slays an animal for the use of a monk and gives it to him commits a great evil. Jivaka is pleased with the reply and declares himself a follower of the Buddha.

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Then Jivaka Komarabhacca approached the Bhagava and paying homage to the Bhagava took his seat in a suitable place. Having taken his seat, he addressed the Bhagava thus: "Venerable Sir! I have heard it said that people slaughter living beings purposely for Samana Gotama and that Samana Gotama knowingly eats meat 2 of animals slaughtered intentionally for him and on account of him. Venerable Sir!

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