5 edition of The Life Or Legend Of Gaudama - The Buddha Of The Burmese found in the catalog.
May 8, 2006 by Hesperides Press .
Written in English
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With notes on that country. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book without typos from the publisher. In the city of Koutheinaron lived a certain personage holding heretical opinions. Everything being ready, they invited Phra, who by his silence testified his acceptance of their invitation. Her body shone like a beautiful statue of gold, and was three gawoots tall. He was like a bull, the horns of which have been broken.
At last, owing to the influence of a former bad deed, Maukalan resigned himself into the hands of the ruffians, who put him to death. Many stories of these previous lives are depicted in the Jatakas. Like him, he is exceedingly beautiful, amiable, and lovely; he can fly through the air; he can teach the people and justly administer the law. In an instant, the five hundred pieces were set in a blaze, and presented the terrifying sight of five hundred large fires. Ananda was, as usual, directed to inform the Rahans to hold themselves ready for immediate departure. By surrounding the admission of candidates into the ranks of the order with a display of ceremonies, the shrewd framer of these regulations intended to encircle the whole body with a halo of dignity and sacredness, and at the same time to provide, as far as human wisdom allows, against the reception of unworthy postulants.
I feel inclined to adopt the second supposition. They had scarcely departed, when a most violent disease seized Thariputra, which caused an abundant vomiting of blood, so great, indeed, that the vessel into which it flowed could not hold it. According to the later biographical legends, during the birth celebrations, the hermit seer Asita journeyed from his mountain abode, analyzed the child for the "32 marks of a great man" and then announced that he would either become a great king chakravartin or a great religious leader. Then he introduced into this country the alphabet now in use, and translated into the vernacular a portion of the scriptures. Having partaken of what he had received, he called Ananda, bade him take his mat and cushion, and follow him to the Tsapala dzedi, where he intended to spend a part of the day. The very room I was born in shall be the spot wherefrom I shall depart for the rest of Neibban.
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The remembrance of his mother occurred to his mind, and he said to himself, My mother has given birth to seven Rahandas, and she has not as yet taken refuge in the three precious things—Buddha, the law, and the assembly of the perfect.
Buddhist texts reflect this tendency, providing a clearer picture of what Gautama may have taught than of the dates of the events in his life. I am Rewati, the nurse of the great Thariputra.
Thoroughly acquainted with the weakest side of human nature, the author of the Wini has legislated on that subject with the utmost circ.
Ten of these jatakas come from a collection known as Jatakattahavannana, or "Commentary on the jataka", known as the Totsachat in Thai, which are generally the most popular jataka stories depicted in Thai temple murals and manuscripts, whereas the eleventh is lesser known, nut still popluar, tale.
As a mighty warrior on the battle-field throws down every barrier or obstacle that he meets, so Buddha broke down all the ties that had hitherto linked him to the state of existence. The object of their studies and reflections was the boundless field of metaphysics and morals.
When Buddha was out of sight he took his departure. Avoid carefully to take pleasure in what you do or say, or pride yourselves in the number of your attendants. On his way to the right bank of the Ganges, he arrived at a place called Oukkatsela, where he preached on the death of his two greatest disciples.
For this crime he  has suffered the torments of hell during one thousand years, and has had to undergo the cruel death that has put an end to his last existence. Kathaba thought within himself: "The great Rahan is gifted with mighty power; let us try him on this occasion.
The destruction of those pa. He is presented to the a. Spiro, M. Phra began to explain to the numerous hearers the demerits and punishments attending the trespassing of the precepts of the law, and the advantages reserved to those who religiously observe them.
He will ever live in a sad state of doubt and uncertainty,  and at last, when death shall have put an end to his present existence, he will fall into hell. After this, the preacher insists on the necessity of studying the law, visiting religious, conversing on religious subjects.
The shining light emanating from my body is the certain forerunner of this great event. On the spot where four roads meet, a dzedi is to be erected. Hitherto Buddha had reserved to himself alone the power of elevating hearers or converts to the dignity of Rahans; now he transfers to his disciples that power and bids them use it as they had seen him do, in behalf of those whom they deem worthy applicants.
They had scarcely departed, when a most violent disease seized Thariputra, which caused an abundant vomiting of blood, so great, indeed, that the vessel into which it flowed could not hold it. A merchant with five hundred carts happened to pass by.
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