Index to the Three Volumes of this Anthology

Listed according to volume (Vagga), Saíyutta and Sutta of S (PTS ed. by Feer). Pali titles have, where necessary, been silently corrected or standardised from Feer’s text. English titles as in translation for Vols. II, and III; titles have been supplied for vol. I.

Vol. I. Sagáthaka Vagga (The Section with Verses)
I. Devatá Saíyutta ([The Group on] Devas)
Ref. in SN 1, 1 1, 2 1, 3 1, 9 1, 10 2, 1 2, 2 2, 7 2, 10 3, 5 4, 4 5, 4 6, 9 7, 1 7, 2 7, 3 7, 10 Oghaí (The Flood) Nimokkho (Deliverance) Upaneyyaí (Doomed) Mánakámo (Vain Conceits) Araññe (In the Forest) Nandaná (Paradise) Nandati (Finding Pleasure) Dukkaraí (Kummo) (Difficult) (or The Tortoise) Samiddhi (Samiddhi) Arahaí (The Arahant) Na santi (They are not) Ekamúlo (With but-one root) Dutiyo (The Companion) Námaí (Name) Cittaí (The Mind) Taóhá (Craving) Loko (The World) Ref, in this Anthology II, 1 II, 2 III, 1 III, 2 I, 1 I, 2 I, 3 III, 3 III, 4 III, 5 II, 3 II, 4 I, 4 II, 5 II, 6 I, 5 II, 7

II. Devaputta Saíyutta (Sons of the Devas)
1, 5 1, 6 1, 8 Dámali (Dámali) Kámado (Kámada) Táyano (Táyana) II, 8 I, 6 III, 6

2, 8 3, 5 3, 6

Kakudho (Kakudha) Jantu (Jantu) Rohitasso (Rohitassa)

II, 9 III, 7 II, 10

III. Kosala Saíyutta (In Kosala)
1, 4 1, 8 2, 3 3, 5 Piyo (The Loved One) Malliká (Malliká) Doóapáka (A Heavy Meal) Pabbatúpamá (The Parable of the Mountain) I, 7 III, 8 III, 9 I, 8

IV. Mára Saíyutta (Mára)
2, 9 3, 1 Kassaka (The Ploughman) Sambahulá (Very Many) II, 11 I, 9

V. Bhikkhunì Saíyutta (About Nuns)
8 9 10 Sìsupacálá (Sister Sìsupacálá) Selá (Sister Selá) Vajirá (Sister Vajirá) I, 10 II, 12 I, 11

VI. Brahmá Saíyutta (About Brahmas)
2, 4 Aruóavatì (Aruóavatì) (verse) I, 12

VII. Bráhmaóa Saíyutta (Brahmins)
1, 1 1, 2 2, 2 2, 11 Dhanañjánì (The Brahmin Lady Dhanañjánì) Akkoso (Abuse) Udayo (Udaya) (verse) Saògáravo (Saògárava) III, 10 III, 11 I, 13 III, 12

X. Yakkha Saíyutta (About Yakkhas)
3 Súcilomo (Súciloma) II, 13

XI. Sakka Saíyutta (About Sakka [Indra])
2, 1 2, 9 Deva (Yatapadáni) (Rules of Conduct) Sakka-namassanaí (Sakka’s Adoration) I, 14 I, 15

Vol. II. Nidána Vagga (The Section on Causation)
XII. Nidána Saíyutta (Causation)
1 Desaná (Teaching) I, 16

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2 10 11 15 16 17 20 22 23 23 25 34 38 60 61 65

Vibhaògaí (Analysis) Mahá Sakyamuni Gotamo (Gotama, Great Sage of the Sakyas) Phagguno (Phagguna) Kaccáyanagotto (Kaccáyana) Dhammakathiko (The Teacher of Dhamma) Acela (Naked Kassapa) (part) Paccayo (Dependent Arising) Dasabalá (2) (From the ‘Ten Powers’ Sutta) Upanisá (From the Upanisá Sutta) (part) Upanisá (From the Upanisá Sutta) (part) Bhúmijo (Bhúmija) Ñáóassa vatthúni (Sources of Knowledge) Cetaná (1) (Volition) Nidánaí (Ánanda's Mistake) Assutavato (Uninstructed) Nagaraí (The City)

I, 17 III, 13 II, 14 III, 14 III, 15 III, 16 I, 18 III, 17 III, 18 I, 19 II, 15 I, 20 III, 19 III, 20 I, 21 I, 22

XIII. Abhisamaya Saíyutta (Understanding)
1 Nakhasikhá (The Tip of the Nail) I, 23

XIV. Dhátu Saíyutta (Elements)
14 16 Hìnádhimutti (Inferior Dispositions) Sagáthaí (With Verses) I, 24 I, 25

XV. Anamatagga Saíyutta (The Incalculable Beginning)
9 14-19 Daóðo (The Stick) Mátá-pitá-bhátá-bhagini-putto-dhátá (Mother, Father, Brother, Sister, Son, Daughter) I, 26 I, 27

XVI. Kassapa Saíyutta (About Kassapa)
1 2 11 13 Santuþþhaí (Contentment) Anottápi (Carelessness) Cìvaraí (The Robe) (extract) Saddhammapaþirúpakaraí (False Dhamma) III, 21 III, 22 I, 23 III, 23

XVII. Lábhasakkára Saíyutta (Gains and Favours)
1 Dáruóo (Disastrous) I, 29

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Pi¿hiká (Mi¿haká?) (The Dung-Beetle)

III, 24

XX. Opamma Saíyutta (On Parables)
1 3 Kútaí (The Roof-Peak) Kuláni (Families) Aói (The Drum-Peg) I, 30 I, 31 I, 32

XXI. Bhikkhu Saíyutta (About Monks)
2 8 Upatisso (Upatissa, i.e., Sáriputta) Nando (Nanda) I, 33 III, 25

Vol. III. Khandha Vagga (The Section on the Aggregates)
XXII. Khandha Saíyutta (The Aggregates)
1 5 7 15 18 22 23 26 33 43 47 49 53 57 58 63 71 76 79 80 82 Nakulapitá (Nakulapitá) Samádhi (Samádhi) Upádáparitassaná (Grasping and Worry) Yad aniccaí (I) (What is Impermanent) Hetu (1) (The Cause) Bháraí (The Burden) Pariññá (Full Understanding) Assádo (Satisfaction) Na tumhákaí (Not Yours) Attadìpá (Islands unto Yourselves) Samanupassaná (Ways of Regarding) Soóo (Soóa) (or Conceit) Upáyo (Approaching) Sattaþþhánaí (The Seven Points) Sambuddho (Fully Enlightened) Upádiyamáno (Clinging) Rádho (Rádha) Arahanto (1) (Arahants) Khajjani (Being Consumed) Pióðolyaí (Going Begging) (part) (A Stern Admonition) Puóóamá (Full Moon) II, 16 I, 34 III, 26 I, 35 I, -, 6 III, 27 I, 37 I, 38 I, 39 III, 28 III, 29 III, 30 II, 17 II, 18 I, 40 III, 31 I, 41 I, 42 I, 43 III, 32 II, 19

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84 86 87 89 94 95 100 101 102 109 110

Tisso (Tissa the Waverer) (part) Anurádho (Anurádha is Caught Out) Vakkali (Vakkali) (part) (Seeing the Dhamma) Khemo (Khemaka) (part) Pupphaí (Vaððhaí) (The Flower) (or Growth) Pheóaí (Froth) Gaddulo (2) (The Leash) Vásijátaí (Nává) (The Adze-Handle) (or The Ship) Aniccatá (Saññá) (Impermanence) Sotápanno (The Stream-Winner) Arahaí (The Arahant)

III, 33 III, 34 III, 35 III, 36 I, 44 I, 45 I, 46 I, 47 I, 48 III, 37 III, 38

XXIII. Rádha Saíyutta (About Radha)
2 Satto (A Being) I, 49

XXVII. Kilesa Saíyutta (The Defilements)
10 Khandena (The Aggregate) I, 50

Vol. IV. Sa¿áyatana Vagga (The Section on the Sixfold Sense-Base)
XXXV. Sa¿áyatana Saíyutta (The Sixfold Sense-Base)
23 53 60 63 69 Sabbaí (The All) Avijjá (Ignorance) Pariññá (Full Understanding) Migajálena (Migajála) (or Dwelling Alone) Upaseno (Upasena) Chaphassáyataniká (The Six Bases of Contact) 84 88 93 95 120 Palokaí (Of a Nature to Dissolve) Puóóo (Puóóa) Dvayaí (2) (Dyad) Saògayha (2) (Including) (The Sixfold SenseSphere) Sáriputto (Sáriputta) I, 51 I, 52 I, 53 III, 39 II, 20 I, 54 I, 55 I, 56 II, 21 III, 40 III, 41

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127 132 133 135 136 145 152 187 188 191 197 200 203 204 205 205 206

Bháradvájo (Bháradvája Instructs a King) Lohicco (Lohicca) Verahaccáni (Verahaccáni) (or How to Listen to Dhamma) Saògayha (Including) (The Sixfold SenseSphere) Agayha (Not-Including) Kammaí (Kamma) Atthi nu kho pariyáyo (Is There a Criterion?) Samuddo (1) (The Ocean) (1) Samuddo (2) (The Ocean) (2) Koþþhiko (Koþþhika) Asìviso (The Snake) Dárukkhandho (1) (The Log of Wood) Dukkhadhamma (Things Productive of Suffering) Kiísuka (The ‘What’s It’ Tree) (Kiísuka) (The Ox) (from Vìná) (The Lute) (part) Vìná (The Lute) (part) Chapáóa (The Six Animals)

III, 42 III, 43 III, 44 I, 57 II, 22 III, 45 III, 46 III, 47 I, 58 III, 48 I, 59 I, 60 III, 49 III, 50 III, 51 I, 61 III, 52

XXXV1. Vedaná Saíyutta (-Feeling)
4 Pátálo (The Bottomless Abyss) I,62

XXXVIII. Jambukhádaka Saíyutta (Jambukhádaka)
1 Nibbánaí (Nibbána) I, 63

XL. Moggallána Saíyutta (Moggallána)
9 Animitto (The Signless) III, 53

XLI. Citta Saíyutta (About the Householder Cltta)
3 10 Isidatto (2) (Isidatta) Gilánadassanaí (Seeing the Sick) II, 23 III, 54

XLII. Gámani Saíyutta (About Village Headmen)
7 11 Desaná (Teaching) Bhadragako (Bhadragaka) III, 55 II, 24

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Vol. V. Mahá-Vagga (The Great Section)
XLV. Magga Saíyutta (The Path)
2 4 S 159 165 Upaððhaí (The Half) Bráhmano (The Brahmin) Vibhaògo (Analysis) Ágantuka (For All Comers) Dukkhatá (Suffering) I, 64 I, 65 I, 66 III, 56 III, 57

XLVI. Bojjhaòga Saíyutta (The Factors of Enlightenment)
3 53 34 SS Sìlaí (Moral Virtue) Aggi (Fire) (or Right and Wrong Times) Mettaí (The Brahma-Viháras) Saògáravo (Saògárava) (or The Hindrances) I, 67 III, 58 III, 59 III, 60

XLVII. Satipaþþhána Saíyutta (Mindfulness)
6 10 18 19 20 35 37 46 Sakuóagghi (The She-Falcon) Bhikkhunìvásako (Mindfulness) (from The Nuns’ Lodging) Brahmá (Brahmá) Sedakaí (Sedaka) Janapadaí (The Province) Sato (Mindful) Chando (Desire) Pátimokkhaí (Obligation) II, 25 III, 61 I, 68 II, 26 II, 27 I, 69 I, 70 III, 62

XLVIII. Indriya Saíyutta (The Faculties)
9 42 54 Vibhaògo (2) (Analysis) Uóóábho Bráhmaóo (The Brahmin Uóóábha) Pade (In the Foot) I, 71 III, 63 III, 64

LII. Anuruddha Saíyutta (Anuruddha)
9 Sabbaí (The All) I, 72

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LV. Sotápatti Saíyutta (Stream-Winners)
1 16 24 Sl Rájá (The King) Mittenámacca (1) (Friends and Acquaintances) Sarakáni (I) (Sarakáni Who Took to Drink) Sagáthakaí (With Verses) I, 73 I, 74 III, 65 I, 75

LVI. Sacca Saíyutta (The [Four Noble] Truths)
9 13 22 31 35 38 Viggáhiká (Wordy Warfare) Khandhá (Aggregates) Vijjá (2) (Knowledge) Siísapa (The Siísapa Leaves) Sattisataí (A Hundred Spears) Suriyúpama (2) (The Parable of the Sun) III, 66 I, 76 III, 66 III, 67 I, 77 I, 78

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