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Samyutta-Nikaya I, Pada Index and Reverse Pada Index

Samyutta-Nikaya I, Pada Index and Reverse Pada Index

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ISSN 1340-4385
 
Philologica Asiatica
Monograph Series 24
Saµyutta-Nikåya I
Påda Index and Reverse Påda Index
Sunao KASAMATSU,Moriichi YAMAZAKIandYumi OUSAKACHUO ACADEMIC RESEARCH INSTITUTETokyo
2008
 
 
ISSN 1340-4385Published by Chuo Academic Research Institute:2-4-16 Wada, Suginami-ku, Tokyo 166, Japan 
©
 
by Drs., S. KASAMATSU, M. YAMAZAKI and Y. OUSAKA
First Published 2008Printed in Japan by Nakamura Printing Co., Ltd.
 
Introduction
Many kinds of indexes have been issued in the field of Indological studies. We havealready published p
da and word indexes to the five early Jain texts, the P
li text of 
 Dhammapada
 and also word indexes to some P
li texts. By using computer, the metrical and grammaticalanalyses are made.The present volume consists of p
da and reverse p
da indexes to the
Sa
  
 yutta-Nik 
 ya
Inamed 
sag
tha-vagga
, a "
collection of suttas containing verses
", based on M.L.Feer's edition(revised 2006).P
das are listed with the numbers of the pages and lines in which they appear. When theline contains 2 p
das, 'a' or 'b' is added to the line number, which means the former half or the latter half of verse. Sometimes 'a' is only added for reasons of computerizing, for example:3.4a 8a
 page 3, lines 4, 8218.12a 16b
 page 218, the former half of line 12 and the latter half of line 16Meanwhile, we corrected some misprints (e.g.
+
º
 yantena u
 
l
for º
 yantenau
in p.87,l.4) and somewhat replaced the character for convenience of the retrieval (e.g. º
n
before theindeclinable
ti
was reconstructed into º
  
at the end of line).We would like to express our deepest thanks to Dr. W. Pruitt who gave us an electronictext of the
Sa
  
 yutta-Nik 
 ya
I. We are also very grateful to Dr R.M.L. Gethin, President of the PaliText Society, who permited us to publish this work.This research is supported by a Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) of Japan Societyfor the promotion of Science 2008 (no. 20320013).

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