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See FBAUWALLNEE, EV, pp. 157—59. Cf. D I I 107-12 with A IV 305-313. See PANDE, SOB, p. 102. The error may be connected with the insertion of the words setum katvdna at D I I 89, 26. As RHYS DAVIDS pointed out (Buddhist Suttas, 42 38 K. R. 44 This too contains some of the additions, including the list of eight earthquakes, which shows that the expansion of the original shorter form of the story must predate the schism between the Sarvastivadins and the Theravadins. 45 In the course of the wanderings leading up to the Buddha's death recounted in the Mahaparinibbanasutta (16), the Buddha tells Ananda of the former greatness of the city of Kusinara, which the latter had said was an unworthy place for the Buddha to die in, and the story is told of King Sudassana, who had inhabited Kusinara when it was a great city.
T. W. RHYS DAVIDS and J. ESTUN CARPENTER, PTS London, Vol. I, 1890; Vol. II, 1903; J. ESTLIN CARPENTER, Vol. Ill, 1911. Tr. T. W. RHYS DAVIDS, Dialogues of the Buddha, SBB London, Vol. I, 1899; T. W. and C. A. F. RHYS DAVIDS, Vol. II, 1910; Vol. Ill, 1921; (German) K. E. , Vols. I, II, III, Munehen 1907, 1912, 1918. For an analysis of the text see PANDE, SOB, pp. 77—115. 18 See PANDE, SOB, pp. 77—115. The Pali Canon 33 (samddhi), and ending with the full knowledge (pannd) of the arahant. The list occurs in its most complete form in the Samanfiaphalasutta, from which portions of it are quoted in the other suttas, which suggests that either the Samamiaphalasutta existed before the other suttas were composed, or the list existed at first as an independent composition,19 from which all the suttas, including the Samanfiaphalasutta, borrowed it.
I t gives stories to explain the promulgation of the rules, but they are not identical with those found in Pali. There is also a word commentary included, but it is not the same as the Pali pada-bhdjanlya. There are more stories of the avaddna type in it than in the Pali Bhikkhunlvibhanga,32 20 W. PACHOW and EAMAKANTA MISHRA, "The Pratimoksa sutra of the Maha- samghikas," in Journal of the Ganganath Jha Research Institute, 9, pp. pp. 1—48; 11—12,pp. 243—48,andN. TATIA, Pratimoksasutram, Patna 1976.
A History of Indian Literature, Volume VII: Buddhist and Jaina Literature, Fasc. 2: Pāli Literature including the Canonical Literature in Prakrit and Sanskrit of all the Hīnayāna Schools of Buddhism by Kenneth Roy Norman; Jan Gonda (Edtitor)