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Table Of Contents

Overview
Foreword
Editor’s Preface
Dedication
Abbreviations
Introduction
The Rise of the Bactrian Kingdom
Comparison with the Chinese Text
The Arrangement of the Pali Book
Prologue
The Soul
Rebirth
The Beginning of Time
Sense Bases
The Buddha
Attachment
Memory
1. On Honours Paid to the Buddha
2. The Omniscience of the Buddha
3. Devadatta’s Ordination
4. Causes of Earthquakes
5. Asseveration of Truth
6. The Dilemma Regarding Conception
7. The Duration of the Religion
8. Purity of the Buddha
9. Perfection of the Buddha
10. Equanimity of the Buddha
The Solving of Dilemmas (II)
11. The Minor and Lesser Precepts
12. The Esoteric Teaching
13. The Fear of Death
14. Protection from Death
15. The Power of Màra
16. Knowledge of Wrong Doing
17. The Buddha Is Not Possessive
18. The Unity of the Order
The Solving of Dilemmas (III)
19.Dhamma is Best
20. The Compassion of the Buddha
21. The modesty of the Buddha
22. The Perfect Speech of the Buddha
23. The Talking Tree
24. The Last Meal
25. Adoration of Relics
26. The Buddha’s Foot is Injured
27. The True Recluse
28. The Boasting of the Buddha
29. Who Deserves Punishment?
30. Dismissal of the order
The Solving of Dilemmas (IV)
31. The Murder of Moggallàna
32. Secrecy of the Vinaya
37. Why Did Devadatta Prosper?
38. The Weakness of Women
39. ânanda’s Courage
40. The Buddha’s Change of Heart
The Solving of Dilemmas (V)
41. On Dwelling Places
42. Restraint of the Stomach
43. The Best of Men
44. The Ancient Path
45. The Bodhisatta’s Weakness
46. Respect for the Robe
47. The Merit of the Potter
48. King or Brahman?
49. Right Livelihood
50. The Reluctance of the Buddha
51. The Buddha’s Teachers
The Solving of Dilemmas (VI)
52. Two Buddhas Cannot Exist Together
53. Gifts to the order
54. The Advantages of a Recluse’s Life
55. The Practice of Austerities
56. Reverting to Laylife
57. The Mastery of the Arahants
58. Heinous Crimes
59. The Unvirtuous
60. Is Water Alive?
The Solving of Dilemmas (VII)
61. Be Without Impediments
62. The Lay Arahant
63. The Offences of Arahants
64. What is Not Found in the World
65. The Uncaused
66. Modes of Production
67. Demons
68. Laying Down of Rules for Monks
69. The Heat of the Sun
70. The Winter Sun
The Solving of Dilemmas (VIII)
71. The Gift of Vessantara
72. Austerities
73. The Power of Evil
74. Sharing of Merit
75. Dreams
76. Premature Death
77. Miracles at Shrines of Arahants
78. Can Everyone Understand the Dhamma?
79. The Bliss of Nibbàna
80. Description of Nibbàna
81. The Realisation of Nibbàna
82. Where is Nibbàna?
“What are the flowers in the city of righteousness?”
“What are the perfumes in the city of righteousness?”
“What are the fruits in the city of righteousness?”
“What is the antidote in the city of righteousness?”
“What is the medicine in the city of righteousness?”
“What is the nectar in the city of righteousness?”
“What are the precious jewels in the city of righteousness?”
The Ascetic Practices
The Similes
Conclusion
Bibliography
Glossary
Quotations
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The Debate of Milinda King

The Debate of Milinda King

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The Milinda Panha (Pali trans. "Questions of Milinda") is a Buddhist text which dates from approximately 100 BCE. It is included in the Burmese edition of the Pali Canon of Theravada Buddhism as a book of the Khuddaka Nikaya, however, it does not appear in the Thai or Sri Lankan versions.

It purports to record a dialogue in which the Indo-Greek king Menander I (Milinda in Pali) of Bactria, who reigned in the 2nd century BCE, poses questions on Buddhism to the sage style

The Milinda Panha (Pali trans. "Questions of Milinda") is a Buddhist text which dates from approximately 100 BCE. It is included in the Burmese edition of the Pali Canon of Theravada Buddhism as a book of the Khuddaka Nikaya, however, it does not appear in the Thai or Sri Lankan versions.

It purports to record a dialogue in which the Indo-Greek king Menander I (Milinda in Pali) of Bactria, who reigned in the 2nd century BCE, poses questions on Buddhism to the sage style

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