Ambattha Sutta contains two special moments: 1) the mention of the possession by the Buddha of an illusory body (this can be seen in the. With Ambaṭṭha. So I have heard. At one time the Buddha was wandering in the land of the Kosalans together with a large Saṅgha of around five hundred. Ambattha Sutta. Preached at Icchānankala when Ambattha-mānava visited the Buddha (D.3). Reference is made to the Commentary on this sutta where a.
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If he lives the household life he will become a ruler, a wheel-turning righteous monarch of the law, conqueror of the four quarters, who has established the security of his realm and is possessed of the seven treasures. The refrain at the end of wutta of them ‘higher smbattha better than the last’ is here, of course, to be read not as higher fruit of the life of a recluse, but as higher conduct.
He has more than a thousand sons who are heroes, of heroic stature, conquerors of the hostile army.
Whoever is attached to questions of ancestry or clan or pride, or to giving and taking in marriage, is far from the supreme knowledge and conduct. Activate Chinese word lookup This enables word lookup for ancient Chinese texts.
Ambattha Sutta (DN 3) – Paliesque
The chariot of the time, as represented on the bas reliefs, had standing room for four passengers, the steeds wore plumes on their heads, and had their manes and tails elaborately plaited. A few of the marks cannot be explained naturalistically. Elsewhere the word has only been found as applied to marriage; and the first part of the compound brahma has always been interpreted by Brahmans as referring to themselves.
This is an important point to recognize, because of the abuse of Buddhist ideas by right-wing followers of people like Rene Guenon, Julius Evola, Savitri Devi, Adolf Hitler, and others, who are more allied with Hindu caste theories than with Buddhism, despite their appropriation of the swastika, which is a Buddhist as well as a Hindu symbol.
But Ambattha was angry and displeased at being called untrained, and he turned on the Lord with curses and insults.
Thus have I heard. Then Ambattha came to the park. Take the case of a Khattiya who, for some reason, had his head shaved by the Khattiyas, has been punished with a bag of ashes and banished from the country or the city.