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Cula Vagga

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Culavagga — The Lesser Chapter

    Sn 2.1: Ratana Sutta — The Jewel Discourse/Treasures {Sn 222-238} (Piyadassi | Thanissaro).
    The Buddha enumerates the many treasures to be found within the Triple Gem.
    Sn 2.3: Hiri Sutta — On Friendship/Conscience {Sn 253-257} [Ireland | Thanissaro).
    What is a true friend?
    Sn 2.4: Maha-mangala SuttaBlessings/Protection {Sn 258-269} (Narada | Piyadassi | Soni | Thanissaro).
    An enumeration of the blessings that result from leading a skillful life.
    Sn 2.6: Dhammacariya Sutta — Wrong Conduct {Sn 274-283} [Ireland].
    The monks are encouraged to avoid monks who conduct their lives in unwholesome ways.
    Sn 2.8: Nava Sutta — The Simile of the Boat/A Boat {Sn 316-323} [Ireland | Thanissaro).
    A teacher, like a skilled boatman, is one who knows firsthand how to cross to the opposite shore.
    Sn 2.9: Kimsila Sutta — Right Conduct/With What Virtue? {Sn 324-330} [Ireland | Thanissaro).
    The attitudes and behavior that enable one best to learn and benefit from the Dhamma.
    Sn 2.10: Utthana Sutta — On Vigilance/Initiative {Sn 331-334} [Ireland | Thanissaro).
    A stirring exhortation to rekindle your efforts. Wake up!
    Sn 2.11: Rahula Sutta — Advice to Rahula {Sn 337-342} [Ireland (excerpt)].
    The Buddha recommends the recluse way of life to his son, Rahula.
    Sn 2.14: Dhammika SuttaDhammika {Sn 376-378, 383-404} [Ireland (excerpt)].
    A lay follower asks the Buddha how a disciple should act virtuously. The Buddha explains.



    Ratana Sutta (Sn II.1) -- Treasures. The Buddha enumerates the many treasures to be found in the Buddha, Dhamma, and Sangha.
    Hiri Sutta (Sn II.3) -- On Friendship [John D. Ireland, tr.]. The Buddha explains the nature of true friendship.
    Mahamangala Sutta (Sn II.4) -- The Highest Protection. An enumeration of the blessings of leading a pure life.
    Dhammacariya Sutta (Sn II.6) -- Wrong Conduct [John D. Ireland, tr.]. The monks are encouraged to avoid monks who conduct their lives in unwholesome ways.
    Nava Sutta (Sn II.8) -- The Simile of the Boat [John D. Ireland, tr.]. A teacher, like a skilled boatman, is one who knows firsthand how to cross to the opposite shore.
    Kimsila Sutta (Sn II.9) -- With What Virtue? [two translations: Thanissaro Bhikkhu, tr. | John D. Ireland, tr.]. The attitudes and behavior that enable one best to learn and benefit from the Dhamma.
    Utthana Sutta (Sn II.10) -- On Vigilance [John D. Ireland, tr.]. A stirring exhortation to exert effort. Wake up!
    Rahula Sutta (Sn II.11) -- Advice to Rahula [John D. Ireland, tr.]. The Buddha recommends the recluse way of life to his son, Rahula.
    Dhammika Sutta (Sn II.14) -- Dhammika [John D. Ireland, tr.]. The lay follower Dhammika asks the Buddha how a disciple should act virtuously. The Buddha explains.

Source

"Sutta Nipata: The Sutta Collection", edited by Access to Insight. Access to Insight, 23 April 2012, http://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka/kn/snp/index.html . Retrieved on 30 October 2013.