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Edward Reib's "Buddhist Books" Podcast is an approachable, sometimes humorous, series in which Edward recites, generally speaking, "Buddhist Books" starting with the earliest, and gradually working toward the most recent.


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Buddhist Books: Fukanzazengi
& One Year Anniversary Episode!

[01:09:12]  December 5th, 2022

This is a special episode in which we'll take a look at the past year of the Buddhist Books Podcast since it began on December 5th, 2021.

I'll also be reciting Eihei Dogen's "Fukanzazengi" or "Universal Recommendation for Sitting Meditation," which he wrote in 1227 CE.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 78
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
LXXXIX, XC, XCI & XCII

[00:26:31]  November 30th, 2022

This is Part 78 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll finish reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 77
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
LXXXVI, LXXXVII & LXXXVIII

[00:27:38]  November 28th, 2022

This is Part 77 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 76
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
LXXXIV & LXXXV

[00:44:54]  November 24th, 2022

This is Part 76 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: Padmasambhava - Part 5

[00:30:11]  November 21st, 2022

This is Part 5 of my recital of the "The Life & Liberation of Padmasambhava," a translation of "Padma Thang-yig," by Yeshe Tsogyal.

In this episode, we'll read Canto 9.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 75
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
LXXXII & LXXXIII

[00:38:34]  November 19th, 2022

This is Part 75 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 74
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
LXXIX, LXXX & LXXXI

[00:30:36]  November 17th, 2022

This is Part 74 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 73
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya LXXVIII

[01:08:36]  November 14th, 2022

This is Part 73 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 72
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
LXXIV, LXXV, LXXVI & LXXVII

[00:32:30]  November 12th, 2022

This is Part 72 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 71
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
LXXII & LXXIII

[00:32:54]  November 6th, 2022

This is Part 71 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 70
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
LXX & LXXI

[00:40:42]  October 29th, 2022

This is Part 70 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 69
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
LXVIII & LXIX

[00:50:47]  October 26th, 2022

This is Part 69 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 68
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
LXV, LXVI & LXVII

[00:40:50]  October 22nd, 2022

This is Part 68 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 67
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
LXI, LXII, LXIII & LXIV

[00:31:35]  October 20th, 2022

This is Part 67 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: Padmasambhava - Part 4

[00:34:41]  October 18th, 2022

This is Part 4 of my recital of the "The Life & Liberation of Padmasambhava," a translation of "Padma Thang-yig," by Yeshe Tsogyal.

In this episode, we'll read Canto 8.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 66
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
LVIII, LIX & LX

[00:34:26]  October 17th, 2022

This is Part 66 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 65
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
LIV, LV, LVI & LVII

[00:46:17]  October 15th, 2022

This is Part 65 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 64
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
LI, LII & LIII

[00:38:48]  October 10th, 2022

This is Part 64 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 63
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
XLVIII, XLIX & L

[00:32:58]  October 8th, 2022

This is Part 63 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 62
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
XLVI & XLVII

[00:39:02]  October 4th, 2022

This is Part 62 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 61
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
XLIII, XLIV & XLV

[00:25:01]  October 2nd, 2022

This is Part 61 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 60
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
XLI & XLII

[00:33:33]  September 30th, 2022

This is Part 60 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 59
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
XXXVIII, XXXIX & XL

[00:31:09]  September 28th, 2022

This is Part 59 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 58
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
XXXV, XXXVI & XXXVII

[00:38:43]  September 26th, 2022

This is Part 58 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: Padmasambhava - Part 3

[00:34:18]  September 24th, 2022

This is Part 3 of my recital of the "The Life & Liberation of Padmasambhava," a translation of "Padma Thang-yig," by Yeshe Tsogyal.

In this episode, we'll read Canto 7.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 57
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
XXXIII & XXXIV

[00:37:34]  September 8th, 2022

This is Part 57 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 56
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
XXX, XXXI & XXXII

[00:39:56]  September 4th, 2022

This is Part 56 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 55
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
XXVII, XVIII & XXIX

[00:45:56]  September 4th, 2022

This is Part 55 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 54
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya
XXIII, XXIV, XXV & XXVI

[00:43:54]  September 2nd, 2022

This is Part 54 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 53
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya XXI & XXII

[00:49:21]  August 31st, 2022

This is Part 53 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 52
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya XIX & XX

[00:26:25]  August 29th, 2022

This is Part 52 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 51
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya XVI, XVII & XVIII

[00:33:54]  August 27th, 2022

This is Part 51 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: "Xuan Zang" Reaction & Review

[01:17:01]  August 25th, 2022

In this Special Episode of Edward Reib's "Buddhist Books" Podcast, we'll be joining 7th-century CE Buddhist scholar-monk Xuan Zang on his epic journey from China to India where he studies at Nalanda University in Rajgir, collects over 657 Indian texts, and brings them back with him to China to translate.

"Xuan Zang" is a historical movie produced in 2016. In the introduction to this episode, Edward will review and generally describe the movie, spoiler-free, and try to convince you not to watch this episode but, rather, to go watch the movie. Then, in the second part of this episode, he'll watch and react to highlights of the movie.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 50
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya XIV & XV

[00:46:07]  August 24th, 2022

This is Part 50 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 49
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya XII & XIII

[00:38:55]  August 20th, 2022

This is Part 49 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 48
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya IX, X & XI

[00:33:35]  August 18th, 2022

This is Part 48 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 47
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya VI, VII & VIII

[01:13:12]  August 16th, 2022

This is Part 47 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 46
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya IV & V

[00:25:29]  August 15th, 2022

This is Part 46 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 45
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya II & III

[00:58:30]  August 13th, 2022

This is Part 45 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 44
Suttavibhaṅga, Pācittiya I

[00:30:45]  August 12th, 2022

This is Part 44 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll begin reading "Pācittiya," the fifth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pācittiya" literally means "Expiation," referring to the rules of expiation, or making amends.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 43
Suttavibhaṅga, Nissaggiya
XXVII, XXVIII, XXIX & XXX

[01:01:28]  August 9th, 2022

This is Part 43 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll finish reading "Nissaggiya," the fourth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Nissaggiya" literally means "Forfeiture," referring to the rules of expiation involving forfeiture.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 42
Suttavibhaṅga, Nissaggiya
XXIV, XXV & XXVI

[00:37:15]  August 8th, 2022

This is Part 42 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Nissaggiya," the fourth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Nissaggiya" literally means "Forfeiture," referring to the rules of expiation involving forfeiture.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 41
Suttavibhaṅga, Nissaggiya XXII & XXIII

[00:56:13]  August 6th, 2022

This is Part 41 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Nissaggiya," the fourth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Nissaggiya" literally means "Forfeiture," referring to the rules of expiation involving forfeiture.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 40
Suttavibhaṅga, Nissaggiya XIX, XX & XXI

[00:40:05]  August 3rd, 2022

This is Part 40 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Nissaggiya," the fourth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Nissaggiya" literally means "Forfeiture," referring to the rules of expiation involving forfeiture.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 39
Suttavibhaṅga, Nissaggiya XVIII

[00:52:38]  August 2nd, 2022

This is Part 39 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Nissaggiya," the fourth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Nissaggiya" literally means "Forfeiture," referring to the rules of expiation involving forfeiture.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 38
Suttavibhaṅga, Nissaggiya XVI & XVII

[00:29:26]  August 1st, 2022

This is Part 38 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Nissaggiya," the fourth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Nissaggiya" literally means "Forfeiture," referring to the rules of expiation involving forfeiture.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 37
Suttavibhaṅga, Nissaggiya
XII, XIII, XIV & XV

[00:41:47]  July 31st, 2022

This is Part 37 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Nissaggiya," the fourth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Nissaggiya" literally means "Forfeiture," referring to the rules of expiation involving forfeiture.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 36
Suttavibhaṅga, Nissaggiya X & XI

[00:33:08]  July 26th, 2022

This is Part 36 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Nissaggiya," the fourth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Nissaggiya" literally means "Forfeiture," referring to the rules of expiation involving forfeiture.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 35
Suttavibhaṅga, Nissaggiya VIII & IX

[00:45:25]  July 24th, 2022

This is Part 35 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Nissaggiya," the fourth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Nissaggiya" literally means "Forfeiture," referring to the rules of expiation involving forfeiture.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 34
Suttavibhaṅga, Nissaggiya VI & VII

[00:41:50]  July 23rd, 2022

This is Part 34 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Nissaggiya," the fourth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Nissaggiya" literally means "Forfeiture," referring to the rules of expiation involving forfeiture.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 33
Suttavibhaṅga, Nissaggiya IV & V

[00:40:40]  July 21st, 2022

This is Part 33 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Nissaggiya," the fourth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Nissaggiya" literally means "Forfeiture," referring to the rules of expiation involving forfeiture.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 32
Suttavibhaṅga, Nissaggiya II & III

[00:49:23]  July 20th, 2022

This is Part 32 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Nissaggiya," the fourth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Nissaggiya" literally means "Forfeiture," referring to the rules of expiation involving forfeiture.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 31
Suttavibhaṅga, Nissaggiya I

[00:43:35]  July 18th, 2022

This is Part 31 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll begin reading "Nissaggiya," the fourth part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Nissaggiya" literally means "Forfeiture," referring to the rules of expiation involving forfeiture.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 30
Suttavibhaṅga, Aniyata II

[01:22:12]  July 17th, 2022

This is Part 30 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll finish reading "Aniyata," the third part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Aniyata" literally means "Undetermined," referring to situations which need to be taken on a case-by-case basis before they can be determined to be "Defeats," "Formal Meetings," or lesser offences.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 29
Suttavibhaṅga, Aniyata I

[00:28:37]  July 16th, 2022

This is Part 29 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll begin reading "Aniyata," the third part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Aniyata" literally means "Undetermined," referring to situations which need to be taken on a case-by-case basis before they can be determined to be "Defeats," "Formal Meetings," or lesser offences.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 28
Suttavibhaṅga, Saṅghàdisesa XIII

[00:46:28]  July 14th, 2022

This is Part 28 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll finish reading "Saṅghàdisesa," the second part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Saṅghàdisesa" literally means "Formal Meeting," referring to the meeting of the monks which must occur if a monk breaks one of these rules. During the meeting, the monk must admit in front of everyone that they broke the rule, and they are then considered on probation, and to be starting over at the beginning of their journey toward enlightenment.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 27
Suttavibhaṅga, Saṅghàdisesa XI & XII

[00:47:32]  July 13th, 2022

This is Part 27 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Saṅghàdisesa," the second part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Saṅghàdisesa" literally means "Formal Meeting," referring to the meeting of the monks which must occur if a monk breaks one of these rules. During the meeting, the monk must admit in front of everyone that they broke the rule, and they are then considered on probation, and to be starting over at the beginning of their journey toward enlightenment.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 26
Suttavibhaṅga, Saṅghàdisesa X

[00:35:30]  July 11th, 2022

This is Part 26 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Saṅghàdisesa," the second part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Saṅghàdisesa" literally means "Formal Meeting," referring to the meeting of the monks which must occur if a monk breaks one of these rules. During the meeting, the monk must admit in front of everyone that they broke the rule, and they are then considered on probation, and to be starting over at the beginning of their journey toward enlightenment.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 25
Suttavibhaṅga, Saṅghàdisesa IX

[00:45:11]  July 9th, 2022

This is Part 25 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Saṅghàdisesa," the second part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Saṅghàdisesa" literally means "Formal Meeting," referring to the meeting of the monks which must occur if a monk breaks one of these rules. During the meeting, the monk must admit in front of everyone that they broke the rule, and they are then considered on probation, and to be starting over at the beginning of their journey toward enlightenment.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 24
Suttavibhaṅga, Saṅghàdisesa VIII

[01:05:18]  July 7th, 2022

This is Part 24 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Saṅghàdisesa," the second part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Saṅghàdisesa" literally means "Formal Meeting," referring to the meeting of the monks which must occur if a monk breaks one of these rules. During the meeting, the monk must admit in front of everyone that they broke the rule, and they are then considered on probation, and to be starting over at the beginning of their journey toward enlightenment.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 23
Suttavibhaṅga, Saṅghàdisesa VI & VII

[00:49:14]  July 6th, 2022

This is Part 23 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Saṅghàdisesa," the second part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Saṅghàdisesa" literally means "Formal Meeting," referring to the meeting of the monks which must occur if a monk breaks one of these rules. During the meeting, the monk must admit in front of everyone that they broke the rule, and they are then considered on probation, and to be starting over at the beginning of their journey toward enlightenment.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 22
Suttavibhaṅga, Saṅghàdisesa VI

[00:50:28]  July 5th, 2022

This is Part 22 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Saṅghàdisesa," the second part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Saṅghàdisesa" literally means "Formal Meeting," referring to the meeting of the monks which must occur if a monk breaks one of these rules. During the meeting, the monk must admit in front of everyone that they broke the rule, and they are then considered on probation, and to be starting over at the beginning of their journey toward enlightenment.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 21
Suttavibhaṅga, Saṅghàdisesa IV & V

[01:14:18]  July 4th, 2022

This is Part 21 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Saṅghàdisesa," the second part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Saṅghàdisesa" literally means "Formal Meeting," referring to the meeting of the monks which must occur if a monk breaks one of these rules. During the meeting, the monk must admit in front of everyone that they broke the rule, and they are then considered on probation, and to be starting over at the beginning of their journey toward enlightenment.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 20
Suttavibhaṅga, Saṅghàdisesa III

[00:38:47]  July 2nd, 2022

This is Part 20 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Saṅghàdisesa," the second part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Saṅghàdisesa" literally means "Formal Meeting," referring to the meeting of the monks which must occur if a monk breaks one of these rules. During the meeting, the monk must admit in front of everyone that they broke the rule, and they are then considered on probation, and to be starting over at the beginning of their journey toward enlightenment.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 19
Suttavibhaṅga, Saṅghàdisesa II

[01:13:55]  July 1st, 2022

This is Part 19 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Saṅghàdisesa," the second part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Saṅghàdisesa" literally means "Formal Meeting," referring to the meeting of the monks which must occur if a monk breaks one of these rules. During the meeting, the monk must admit in front of everyone that they broke the rule, and they are then considered on probation, and to be starting over at the beginning of their journey toward enlightenment.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 18
Suttavibhaṅga, Saṅghàdisesa I

[00:41:32]  June 29th, 2022

This is Part 18 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll begin reading "Saṅghàdisesa," the second part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Saṅghàdisesa" literally means "Formal Meeting," referring to the meeting of the monks which must occur if a monk breaks one of these rules. During the meeting, the monk must admit in front of everyone that they broke the rule, and they are then considered on probation, and to be starting over at the beginning of their journey toward enlightenment.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 17
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika IV

[00:28:36]  June 24th, 2022

This is Part 17 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll finish reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 16
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika IV

[00:52:43]  June 22nd, 2022

This is Part 16 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 15
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika IV

[00:49:15]  June 20th, 2022

This is Part 15 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 14
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika III

[00:59:32]  June 17th, 2022

This is Part 14 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 13
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika III

[00:55:51]  June 14th, 2022

This is Part 13 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 12
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika II

[00:59:37]  June 12th, 2022

This is Part 12 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 11
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika II

[00:51:39]  June 11th, 2022

This is Part 11 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 10
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika II

[00:43:48]  June 10th, 2022

This is Part 10 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 9
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika II

[00:54:56]  June 6th, 2022

This is Part 9 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 8
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika II

[00:54:44]  June 5th, 2022

This is Part 8 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 7
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika

[01:05:30]  June 3rd, 2022

This is Part 7 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 6
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika

[00:38:06]  May 12th, 2022

This is Part 6 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 5
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika

[00:33:31]  May 11th, 2022

This is Part 5 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 4
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika

[00:39:06]  May 10th, 2022

This is Part 4 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 3
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika

[00:30:08]  May 9th, 2022

This is Part 3 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 2
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika

[00:33:34]  May 8th, 2022

This is Part 2 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 1
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika

[00:35:08]  May 7th, 2022

This is Part 1 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll begin reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.


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