Jataka sentence example
- Fausboll, The Jataka (7 vols., London, 1877-1897); G.
- C. Taylor (London, 1897); Jataka, ed.
- Very few of the frescoes have been identified, but two are illustrations of stories in Arya Sura's Jataka Maid, as appears from verses in Buddhist Sanskrit painted beneath them.
- 238; Jataka, i.
- 241-250; Jataka, vi.Advertisement
- There is no mention in the canon as to how or when Devadatta died; but the commentary on the Jataka, written in the 5th century A.D., has preserved a tradition that he was swallowed up by the earth near Savatthi, when on his way to ask pardon of the Buddha (Jataka, iv.
- Oldenberg (3 vols., Oxford, 1881-1885); The Jataka, edited by V.
- Another interesting collection is the Jataka book, a set of verses supposed to have been uttered by the Buddha in some of his previous births.
- Pali Text Society, 57 vols.; Jataka, 7 vols., ed.
- From that night he not only did not claim any merit on account of his self-mortification, but took every opportunity of declaring that from such penances 1 Bigandet, p. 49; and compare Jataka, p. 67, line 27.Advertisement
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- Vinaya Texts, by Rhys Davids and Oldenberg, 3 vols., 1881-1885; Dhammapada, by Max Muller, and Sutta Nipata, by Fausboll, 1881; Questions of King Milinda, by Rhys Davids, 2 vols., 1890-1894; Buddhist Suttas, by Rhys Davids, 1881; Saddharma Pundarika, by Kern, 1884; Buddhist Mahayana Texts, by Cowell and Max Muller, 1894 - all the above in the "Sacred Books of the East"; Jataka, vol.
- Jataka, vol.
- 1-6; they retain here and there a very old tradition as to arrangement of clauses or turns of expression.) Later Pali: The commentary on the Jataka, written probably in the 5th century A.D., gives a consecutive narrative, from the birth to the end of the second year of the teaching, based on the canonical texts, but much altered and amplified; edited by Fausb011 in Jataka, vol.