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.

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