I. SUMEDH,\, ,\ YOUNG MILLlON.'dRI:.

GIVING AWA Y ms PROPERTY IN CH,,,,RITY

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2. SUMEDHA AND SUMrrrA RECEIVING A PROPHETIC DECLARATION

~1 o;a~,=,gl~O';)~ f~;o,=,,~ t~S(,~'="'='IC"r.l =-e:Se?~ ta.;§e§~ !~O';)~~ ~ aO';),=,gl"'~"f~l ~. THE HIGHER AND LOWER GODS BESEECHING THE FUTURE BUDDHA

TO LEAVE TUS1TA HEAVEN TO BE REBORN AS A MAN

4. rue DREI\M 01' MI\HA-MAYA WHEN SHE CONCEIVED rae FUTURE BUDDHA

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5. BIRTH OF THE FUTURE BUDDHA IN TIlE lUMBINT GROVE

6. WEDDING CI3RBMONY OF PRINCE SIDD1!A"ITHA

'11 Q=-:>~~Q9'1~ /x)Q~~~~& ttIQ=;~~§~-:>IQ=~~ J!e-:>I~I 7. nrsr BEFORE HIS GREAT RENUNCIATION. THE FUTURE BUDDHA WENT TO THE CHAMBER 01' PRINCESS YASODHARA TO SEE 1I1S SON

<". ::r';!O=:;~-=!I~~O::~~ og£",9~1 "":l~ t~ O::':>Ic8, ~f~1 S. MARA. THE EVIL ONE. PERSUADING THE FLrrURE 8UDDIIA

TO TURN BACK ON rue POINT Of illS DEPARTURE FROM THE CITY

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9. THE. FUTURE. BUDDHA CUrriNG HIS HAIR TO BECOME. A MONK

10. KING BIMBISARA OFFERING ALL HIS KINGLY GLORY

II. TilE FUTIJRE BUDDIIA MADE THE GREAT STRUGGLE

c Jl ~~~e:~e~109tl~::>'::~ ~t~~c:~!S ;9G1e:S't~X 12. TIlE FUTURE BUDDIIA RECEIVING THE MILK·PORRIDGE OFFERED BY SUJATi'..

13_ THE FUTURE BUDDHA BEING A'ITACKED BY MARA,TIn:: EVIL ONE, JUST BEfORE HE ATTAINED ENUGHTENMENT

IS. CAKfS BEING OfFERED TO THE BUDDHA BY THE BROTHERS, TAPUSSA AND BHALLIKA

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16. TIlE BUDDHII PREACHINO me SERMON ·"TIIE WIIEEL OF LAW·· TO TIlE ··DANDOF FIVE DISCIPLES··

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17. VENERABLE VASA AND HIS FA1liER MET TIlE BUDDHA

18. BHADDA·VAGGIVA BROTHERS WENT SEARCHING FOR A WOMAN.

AND WERE CONVERTED BY THE BUDDHA

OI!l !;.~8Q;~,=, ~c.r.ot'Q=;~'='I~ :O'='o:I,p§lQeCjo!Q=;'f~1 19. BUDDHA SENI)INO OUT A MISSION OF SIXTY ARAHANTS

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20. TIlE BUDDHA TAMING THE DRAGON INTHE FlRE-SHED wrm HIS SUPERNATURAL POWER

21. CONVERSION OF SARIPUTIA AND MOGGALLANA

22. KING BIMBISARA SENDING FORTH MILITARY OFFICERS TO DISTURBED AREAS

21. THE BUDDHA VISITED KAPlLAVATrHU AT THE REQUEST OF KAI.-UDAyTTHERA

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24. TWIN MIRACl.E PERFORMED BY TI-IE BUDDHA BEFORE HIS KINSMEN AND A SHOWER OF RAIN FEl.L WElTING ONLY THOSE WHO WISHED TO BE WET

25. YASODHARA REVERENCING THE BUDDHA BY PLACING HER HEAD UPON HIS FEET

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26. RAHUL.o\ FOLLOWING THE BUDDHA AND ASK!NG FOR lNHER!T,\NCE

27. ORDINATION OF SIX PRINCES OF TIlE SAKYA CLAN

J<'ll GlO:>:>9e%~:>Q=:>lIglO=:>ml=-"CJ_G~:>gl~':II~'liI::.:..,g @§L ~<lIt~I 28. TfIE BUDDHA WELCDMING THE PERSON WHO HAD RETIRED FROM THe WORLD AND WAS TO BECOME THE VENERABLE MAfIAKASSAPA

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29. VENERA8LE ANANDA eecmsc RATANA SU1TA PARITIA TO RELIEVE THE PEOPLE OF VESALJ FROM ATIACKS OF FAMINE AND PESrILENCE

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30. MAHAPAlAPATI GOTAM! BEGGING PERMISSION FOR WOMEN TO BE ADMnTED INTO THE ORDER AS NUNS

31. THE BUDDHA. CONVERTING SACCAKA. THE ASCETIC,

WHO CAME TO MATCH rus DOCrRINE WITH TIIAT OF TilE BUDDHA

32. DEDICATION CEREMONY OFTHEJETAVANA MONASTERY BY ANATIIAPIN IKA, THE MILLIONAIRE

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33. KING KOS,\LA ASKING THE HERET1C,\L TEACHERS IF ANY OFTl-lEM CLAIM TO BE THE BUDDHA

~ 71 ~e;~~e:HlI~I~ ::o:-g'!18c:>~' :!~ =ti>o9=e~:>, ~t ="I=t~1

'I. "I~(i "OSALA ASKI:-':G TilE BLESSED ONE WHEl"lIER HE. ADMIT IIiMSELFTO BE TilE BL;DDHA

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35. VENERABLE MOGGAI..L.ANA TAMING THE KING OF DRAGONS, NANDOPANJ\NDA

36. THE BUODHA CAUSING BAKA BRAHMA. A HIGHER GOD. TO CHANGE HIS WRONG VIEWS

. . .

~'11 go:.:>~t~ ~ll~:>1 'ti ~~ ,g"~n~~ Bl 'trao=g t"'§~1

37. THE BUDDHA AND THE VENERABLE ANANDA. WASHING A MONK SUFFERING FROM DYSENTERY

~~I ca>~eSa,=~ 13I~'="S~I~~I~ 'ti§~t~ 8iJ.;I3I~S'f<f1

)8. CONVERSION BY THE SUODIIA OF Al'IGULIMALA. A ROBBER or-rue FOREST

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39. ANGULIMALA RECITING A PARmA BLESSING FOR A WOMAN IN THE THROES OFCHlLDBIRTH

40. C!NCA-MAJ:lA vrxx. A FEMALE ASCET!C. MAKING A FALSE ACCUSATION AGAINST THE BUDDHA

41. THE BUDDHA PREACHING TO K11EMA, QUEEN Of' KING BlMBISARA

1 J X o,8N;~ $o,~~c::>~, (ila;§$~9f,~g 1jo,~S:o,81J §SUlfl~te~ IO:>~1 $C:>~Go:-St~J 42. THE BUDDHA PREACHING THE SERMON OF PEACE FROM THE AIR

TO PREVENT WAR BETWEEN KAPfLA AND KOLlYA

43. THE BUDDHA PREACHING TO KISA GOTAMT ASKING FOR MEDICINE FOR HER DEAD SON

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44. rue BUDDHA TAMING il.I,.AVIIKA. THE OEMDN.GOD. WITH A SERMON ON LOVING.KINDNESS

45. A GENERAL. A FRESH CONVeRT TO DU[)DHISM. OFFERING MEALS TO THE BUDDHA

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46. DEVADATIA·S PLAN TO GET MORE ALMS BY WINNING OVER AJATASATIU

47. PR!NCE AJATASA'J!U OROeR1NG TfIATTlIE SOLES OF HIS FATHER'S FEET 6E CUT QPEN wmt A KNIFE

]<'11 ~i"" ;,~ . .;=s:~ ,'i~~~I~ ~~.;eoS:~.~.,;~~=:::o~¥81';~'~'fil 4S_ KING AJATASATIlJ ASKING ms MOTHER WHETHER HIS FATHER LOVED HIM

49. THE IlLESSED ONE TAMING NAI,.AGlRI ELEPHANT WHICH WAS SENT TO CRUSH HIM

:lOX o;",~e-.~c€ ..,8IO:>~ <::DJ,lo:e' ~~,~8~-:I' ~IQS~,' tt'Q~S~ OZ,.gQe-.S~~1 so. KING AJATASATTU COMING OUT TO PAY HIS RESPECfSTO TflE BUDDHA AND HIS DISCIPLES

SI. VENERABLE KUMARA KASSAM EXPLAINING rOTHE GOVERNOR OF PAVASI THE: EXISTENCE OF A FUTURE WORl.D

52. PARINIBSANA (DEATH) OFTHE BUDDHA IN THESALA GROVE OF KUSINARA STATE

53, DONA, THE PROFl'.SSOR, DISTRIBUTING THE SACRED RELICS OF THE BUDDHA TOTHE IWlERS OF EIGHT STATES

~711 ~C:£,:i<::91~~~()iIO( j]~1iil0':l:iCT.l=<:.l ~~9~t:i ~$ca~St~lI 54. THE PIRST BUDDHIST COUNCIL

55. VENERABLE YASA'S EFFORTS TO HOLD THE SECOt<m BUDDHIST COUNCIL FOR TIle OFFENSE OF MONKS COLLECIlNG MONEY

~. KING ASOKA OFFERING MEAL TO YOUNG NOVICE N!GRODHA WHO SAT UPON THE THRONE

!l9.1 a;~~gc:8185JJo."XIlI=~ e;>~I=~ln~JJc=~()9~t~ Q;$(JQ;;~§~I 57. THE Tl-IJRD IlUDOH1Sl· COUNCIL BEING HELD

WITH THE VENERABLE MOOGAllPUlTA TlSSA AS THE PRESIDING THERA

58. KING VATIAGAMA~I ABI·IA Y A BEING ACCOMPANIED BY MONKS IN MARCIIING our WITH HIS ARMY TO THE BATTLE-FRONT

59. THE TIPrfAKA BEING COMMITrED TO WRITING ON OLA (PALM) LEAVES DURING THE RErGN OF KING VAlTAGAMAl:'1 ABHAYA

60. ANA WRATHA OF PAGAN CONVEYING THE BUDDHI:',' SCRWrURES

61. ANANDA PAGODA. PAGAN

62, SHWEDAGON PAGODA. YANGON

[I~z .=uo!,.$I~CJigo:l~ o:l~o:lt~"~;-og~ ~91~~::SS"~S~I~ ~~eoSykz 63. KALYAr:<ToRDINATION HALL, PEGU

65. AN ARTIFICIAL TREE BEING CARRIED ROUND BY A IiAPPY CROWD IN CI,Lf,I:IRATION OF A CHARITY, DURING THE DAYS OF MYANMAR KINGS

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