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Pārivāsikavastu 
spo ba’i gźi 
A SUBJECT MATTER OF ONE WHO IS TEMPORARILY EXCLUDED [FROM THE SAṂGHA] 
(309b9) §1 vastutrayasya pi(10)ṇḍoddānam* ||
abhivādanaṃ ca ṣaṣṭiś ca aśuddhaś codanāhi ca •
adhārmikaś ca śākyaś ca glānakaẖ kalahena ca || || 
(177a6) (H265b5) ’dul ba gźi | bam po bdun bcu gsum pa |
gźi gsum gyis bsdus pa’i sdom la |
mṅon du smra daṅ drug daṅ ni ||
ma dag pa daṅ gleṅ (H265b6) ba daṅ ||
chos ma yin daṅ śākya daṅ ||
nad pa daṅ ni rtsod pa’o || 
Collective contents of the three matters (vastus):
salutation; sixty; false accusation, invalid (charge), śākya, illness, and quarrel. 
§2 pārivāsikavastūddānam* ||
abhivādanaṃ caṃkramaṇam āsanāni kulāni ca •
ekacchadane na saṃvaset na pravrājayed api •
na gacched api ‹a›bhikṣu(309b1)kam āvāsaṃ aḍodeśam 1 ca sarvalābhikam* || || 
spo ba’i gźi’i sdom la |
(7) mṅon du smra daṅ ’chag pa daṅ ||
stan rnams daṅ ni khaṅ pa daṅ ||
thog gcig g-yogs par (H265b7) mi gnas daṅ ||
rab tu mi dbyuṅ mi ’gro źiṅ ||
dge sloṅ med pa’i gnas pa daṅ ||
kun gyi ’og tu sbyin bya ba’o || 
Contents belonged to matter about one who is temporarily excluded from the saṃgha (hereafter called a pārivāsika)
Salutation, walking, sitting posture, families, one should not dwell in the same hut; also one should not enter someone into the monastic life, one should not go to the place where there is no monk, and [a pārivāsika] gets the very last benefits. 
§3 buddho bhagavān śrāvastyāṃ viharati jetavane anāthapiṇḍadasyārāme |  asati vairāgye bhikṣavaḥ saṃghāvaśeṣām āpattim āpadyante | te vipratisārajātāḥ saṃlakṣayaṃti |  katham idānīṃ vayaṃ sāpattikās saṃtaḥ sakaukṛtyās savilo(2)lāḥ sakaraṇīyāḥ khaṇḍakāriṇaḥ śavalakāriṇaḥ kalmaṣakāriṇaḥ āpattipātālād avyutthitāḥ prakṛtisthakānāṃ bhikṣūṇām antikād abhivādanavandanapratyutthānāṃjalisāmīcīkarma svīkariṣyāmi 2 śrāddhānāṃ ca brāhmaṇagṛhapatīnāṃ sakāśād agrāsanam agrodakam agrapiṇḍapā(3)taṃ paribhokṣyāmo |  ’lpakālikasya ca sukhasyārthāya bahukālikaṃ duḥkham ābheṣyāmo narakatiryakpretebhyaḥ paribhramantaḥ | 
saṅs rgyas bcom ldan ’das rgyal bu rgyal byed kyi tshal mgon (177b1) (H266a1) med zas sbyin gyi kun dga’ ra ba na bźugs so ||  dge sloṅ rnams ’dod chags daṅ bral ba ma yin pas dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba byuṅ ste ’gyod pa skyes nas (H266a2) bsams pa |  da ltar bdag cag ltuṅ ba daṅ bcas | ’gyod pa daṅ bcas | ’tsher ba daṅ bcas | yid la (2) gcags pa daṅ bcas | bya ba daṅ bcas pa ste | ’dral bar byed pa | rma ’byin (H266a3) par byed pa | ’dren mar byed pa | nag nog can du byed pa | ltuṅ ba’i gźi nas ma laṅs pa rnams kyis ji ltar raṅ bźin du gnas pa’i dge sloṅ rnams las mṅon du smra ba daṅ | phyag (H266a4) daṅ | (3) ldaṅ ba daṅ | thal mo sbyar ba daṅ | ’dud pa’i las kyaṅ bdag gir bya |  bram ze daṅ khyim bdag dad pa can rnams las kyaṅ | stan gyi thog ma daṅ | btuṅ ba’i thog ma (H266a5) daṅ | bsod sñoms kyi thog ma yoṅs su yoṅs spyad pa |  bde ba yun thuṅ ba’i phyir dmyal ba daṅ | dud ’gro (4) daṅ | yi dvags rnams su sdug bsṅal ba yun riṅ por ñams su myoṅ źiṅ ’khyam (H266a6) par ’gyur gyis | 
Buddha, the blessed one, dwells in the park of Anāthapiṇḍada namely Jetavana, at Śrāvastī.  When there is no state of absence of passion, the monks commit a saṃghāvaśeṣa offence. They feel remorseful and they reflect:  “How is it that we are sinner, full of remorse, disturbing, having so many things to do [to accomplish being a good monk], we are breaking [the vinaya] into pieces, having blemish [in monastic life], having moral stain, we [will] not rise above the underground due to those offences; how shall we practice all kinds of respected postures, namely, abhivādana; respectful salutation / vandana; greeting / pratyutthāna; rising from a seat to welcome a visitor / añjali; the open hands placed side by side and slightly hollowed / sāmīcī; homage, respectful behaviour, in the nearness of the normal monks.  We will not enjoy good alms-food, good water, a good seat from faithful brahmans and householders.  We will continue our existence merely a short time happiness but a long time suffering; we will go roaming about with the hellish beings, animals and the [unhappy] spirits. 
§4 yan nu vayaṃ śikṣāṃ pratyākhyāya hānāyāvartamaha iti te śikṣāṃ pratyākhyāya hānāyāvartante 3 | pravrajyābhilaṣiṇaṃ ca janaṃ vipralaṃbhayanti | bhavanto duścaraṃ brahmacaryaṃ ala‹ṃ› ca (4) pravrajyayeti •  teṣām apravrajitā‹nā›m apravrāja‹ya›tāṃ ca alpībhūtā bhikṣavaḥ |  kṣayam āpannāc chidrībhūtas tanubhūto bhikṣusaṃghaḥ |  jānakā‹ḥ› pṛcchakā buddhā bhagavantaḥ | pṛcchati buddho bhagavān āyuṣmantam ānandaṃ |  ka ānanda hetuḥ kaḥ pratyayo yen‹a› etarhy alpībhūtā bhikṣavaḥ |  kṣayam āpannāc chidrībhūta(5)s tanubhūto bhikṣusaṃgha iti •  sa etat prakaraṇaṃ bhagavate vistareṇārocayati | 
ma la bdag cag gis bslab pa phul la ’babs so sñam nas de dag gis bslab pa phul nas babs te rab tu ’byuṅ bar ’dod pa’i skye bo la yaṅ śes ldan (H266a7) dag tshaṅs par spyod pa ni (5) spyad dkas khyod rab tu ’byuṅ ba thoṅ śig ces slu bar byed pas de rnams rab tu ma byuṅ ṅo ||  rab tu ma byuṅ bas dge sloṅ rnams ñuṅ bar gyur |  ’grib (H266b1) par gyur te | dge sloṅ gi dge ’dun ñams par gyur | bsrabs par gyur to ||  saṅs rgyas bcom ldan ’das rnams ni mkhyen bźin du (6) rmed pa yin pas saṅs rgyas bcom ldan ’das (H266b2) kyis tshe daṅ ldan pa kun dga’ bo la rmas pa |  kun dga’ bo rgyu gaṅ daṅ rkyen gaṅ gis na da ltar dge sloṅ ñuṅ bar gyur |  ’grib par gyur te | dge sloṅ gi dge ’dun dag ñams par gyur |  (H266b3) bsrabs par gyur des skabs de bcom ldan ’das la (7) rgyas par gsol ba daṅ | 
Well now!, [when] we repudiated the discipline, we are behaving so as to keep rejecting it”. They, having repudiated the discipline, they keep on rejecting it. They deceive (hinder) ordinary people who are desirous of pravrajyā. “You [fellow!] the practice of brahmacaryā [celibacy] is very difficult, now it’s enough with abandoning the secular life (pravrajya).”  When the situation arises that laymen did not leave a secular life in the past nor do it in the present, [the number of] monks became smaller.  Bhikṣusaṃgha [fell into] decay due to the fact that [they] fell into [the offence], it is scattered and diminished.  [It is said that] [all] buddhas are ones who know [when to] ask; [so that] the blessed ones ask. Buddha, the blessed one, [asks] venerable Ānanda.  What happens! Ānanda! why now the monks became diminished?  Bhikṣusaṃgha [fell into] decay due to the fact that [they] fell into [the offence], it is scattered and diminished.  He informs the blessed one on that matter in details. 
§5 atha bhagavata etad abhavat* |  yan ‹n›v ahaṃ saṃghāvaśeṣām āpattim āpannānāṃ bhikṣūṇāṃ hastoddhāram anupradadyām anugraham aneneti viditvā bhi‹kṣu›saṃghaṃ saṃnipātya purastād bhikṣusaṃghasya (6) prajñapta evāsane niṣaṇṇo |  niṣadya bhagavān bhikṣūn āmantrayate sma •  śrutaṃ mayā bhikṣavaḥ saṃghāvaśeṣām āpattim āpannāḥ vipratisārajātāḥ śikṣāṃ pratyākhyāya hānāyāvṛttā iti •  tasmād yuṣmābhiḥ śāsanasthitaye teṣāṃ cānukaṃpayā saṃghāvaśeṣām āpatti(7)m āpannānāṃ bhikṣūṇāṃ parivāso deyo mūlāpakarṣo mānāpyaṃ mūlamānāpyaṃ mūlāpakarṣamānāpyam āvarhitavyāś ca | 
de nas bcom ldan ’das ’di sñam du dgoṅs te |  ma la ṅas dge sloṅ gi dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba byuṅ (H266b4) ba rnams rjes su bzuṅ ba bca’ bas lag nas draṅ ba daṅ ’dra ba sbyin par bya’o sñam du dgoṅs nas dge sloṅ gi dge ’dun gyi guṅ la gdan bśams pa ñid la bźugs so ||  bźugs (178a1) (H266b5) nas bcom ldan ’das kyis dge sloṅ rnams la bka’ stsal ba |  dge sloṅ dag ṅas dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba byuṅ ba rnams ’gyod pa skyes te bslab pa phul nas babs so źes thos kyis |  (H266b6) de’i phyir khyed kyis bstan pa gnas par bya ba’i phyir daṅ | dge sloṅ gi dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba (2) byuṅ ba’i ltuṅ ba byuṅ ba de rnams la sñiṅ brtse ba’i phyir spo ba daṅ | gźi nas spo ba daṅ | gźi nas bslaṅ (H266b7) ba daṅ | mgu bar bya ba daṅ gźi nas bslaṅ ste mgu bar bya ba byin la dbyuṅ bar bya’o || 
At that time, the blessed one thought [and] realised:  “Well now, I should, out of kindness, grant these afflicted monks [who committed] a saṃghāvaśeṣa offence, to help them by this [manner].”  After bhikṣusaṃgha assembled; having sat down at the arranged seat in front of the bhikṣusaṃgha, the blessed one addressed the monks.  “I heard; ‘the monks commit a saṃghāvaśeṣa offence, they became remorseful, they repudiated the discipline and kept rejecting it’.”  Therefore, for the sake of lasting of the order, and for the compassion of those monks who committed a saṃghāvaśeṣa offence; you are to grant a parivāsa, mūlāpakarṣa, mānāpya, mūlamānāpya, mūlāpakarṣamānāpya and in the end, they are to be integrated into the saṃgha (āvarhitavya). 
§6 evaṃ ca punar deyaḥ |  śayanāsanaprajñaptiṃ kṛtvā gaṇḍīm ākoṭya pṛṣṭhavācikayā 4 bhikṣūn samanuyujya sarvasaṃghe sanniṣaṇṇe sannipatite apaścimake(8) caturvargamaṇḍalake |  saṃghāvaśeṣakeṇa bhikṣuṇā yathāvṛddhikayā sāmīcīṃ kṛtvā vṛddhānte utkuṭukena sthitvā añjaliṃ pragṛhya parivāso yācitavyaḥ |  evaṃ ca punar yācitavya‹ḥ› • 
sbyin pa yaṅ ’di ltar bya ste |  gnas mal bśams la gaṇṭī ba rduṅs la dris pa’i tshig gis (H267a1) dge sloṅ rnams la (3) yaṅ dag par bsgo la | dge ’dun thams cad dam tha ma med pa dge sloṅ bźi’i tshogs kyis dkyil ’khor bar tshogs śiṅ ’dus par (H267a2) gyur pa daṅ |  dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba byuṅ ba’i dge sloṅ des rgan rims ji lta ba bźin du ’dud pa byas la rgan rims kyi mthar tsog tsog por ’dug ste thal mo (4) sbyar ba btud (H267a3) la spo ba gsol bar bya’o ||  gsol ba ni ’di ltar bya ste | 
This should be implemented as follows;  having arranged the seats and rang the gong, questioning the monks by words involving the matter asked about. When all of the saṃgha have been assembled and seated, or at least a group, in a circle, of not less than four monks.  After having made the respected posture, according to age, stood with squatting posture in [that] assembly; then made the hand gesture; a parivāsa is to be asked by a convicted monk.  It is to be asked like this. 
§7 śṛṇotu bhadantaḥ saṃgha |  aham evaṃnāmā bhikṣuḥ saṃbahulā‹ḥ› saṃghāvaśeṣā (9) āpattīr āpannaḥ saṃcintyaśukravisṛṣṭisamutthitā‹m a›rdhamāsapraticchannāṃ |  so ’ham evaṃnāmā bhikṣus tāsāṃ saṃbahulānāṃ saṃghāvaśeṣā‹ṇā›m āpattīnāṃ saṃcintyaśukravisṛṣṭisamutthitām ardhamāsapraticchannāṃ saṃghād ardhamāsaṃ parivāsaṃ yāce |  dadātu me bhadaṃtās saṃgha‹ḥ› mamaivaṃnāmno bhikṣor āsāṃ saṃbahulā(10)nāṃ saṃghāvaśeṣāṇāṃ āpattīnāṃ saṃcintyaśukravisṛṣṭisamutthitānāṃ ardhamāsapraticchannānāṃ ardhamāsaṃ parivāsam anukaṃpakam anukaṃpām upādāya |  evaṃ dvir api tṛr api | tataḥ paścād ekena bhikṣuṇā jñaptiṃ kṛtvā karma kartavyaṃ • 
dge ’dun btsun pa rnams gsan du gsol |  bdag dge sloṅ miṅ ’di źes bgyi ba la ched du bsams te khu ba phyuṅ ba (H267a4) las gyur ba’i dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba maṅ pos ’di rnams byuṅ ba zla ba phyed bcabs te |  bdag dge (5) sloṅ miṅ ’di źes bgyi ba la ched du bsams te khu ba phyuṅ ba las gyur ba’i (H267a5) dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba maṅ po ’di rnams byuṅ ba zla ba phyed bcabs pa dge ’dun las zla ba phyed kyi spo ba gsol na |  dge ’dun btsun pa thugs brtse ba can thugs brtse (H267a6) ba ñe bar bzuṅ ste | bdag dge sloṅ miṅ ’di (6) źes bgyi ba la ched du bsams te khu ba phyuṅ ba las gyur ba’i dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba maṅ po ’di rnams byuṅ ba zla ba phyed (H267a7) bcabs pa la zla ba phyed kyi spo ba stsal du gsol |  de skad lan gñis lan gsum du brjod par bya’o || de nas dge sloṅ gcig gis gsol ba byas te las bya’o || 
Let venerable saṃgha listen!  I, N.N. bhikṣu committed numerous saṃghāvaśeṣa offences, which sprang from an intentional emission of semen [and] concealed for a half month.  I, N.N. bhikṣu, that very person, ask for a half-monthly parivāsa from the saṃgha out of those numerous saṃghāvaśeṣa offences, which sprang from an intentional emission of semen [and] concealed for a half month.  May venerable saṃgha, having taken up compassion, grant me N.N. bhikṣu, a half-monthly parivāsa, by compassion, out of these numerous saṃghāvaśeṣa offences, which sprang from an intentional emission of semen [and] concealed for a half month.  Also, saying that for the second and third [times]. Then after that, a [certain] monk shall make a motion, [and this motion proposing as a] legal action is to be performed [as follows]: 
§8 śṛṇotu bhadantās 5 saṃgha |  ayam evaṃnāmā bhikṣu‹ḥ› saṃbahulā‹ḥ› saṃghā(310a1)vaśeṣā āpattī‹r› āpannaḥ saṃcintyaśukravisṛṣṭisamutthitām ardhamāsapraticchannāṃ |  so ’ham 6 evaṃnāmā bhikṣur āsāṃ saṃbahulānāṃ saṃghāvaśeṣāṇām āpattīnāṃ saṃcintyaśukravisṛṣṭisamutthitānāṃ ardhamāsapraticchannānāṃ saṃghād ardhamāsaṃ parivāsaṃ yācate |  sacet saṃghasya prāptakālaṃ (2) kṣametānujānīyāt saṃgho yat saṃgha evaṃnāmā 7 bhikṣor āsāṃ saṃbahulānāṃ saṃghāvaśeṣāṇāṃ āpattīnāṃ saṃcintyaśukravisṛṣṭisamutthitānām ardhamāsapraticchannānām ardhamāsaṃ parivāsaṃ dadyāt |  ity eṣā jñapti | 
dge (7) ’dun (H267b1) btsun pa rnams gsan du gsol |  dge sloṅ miṅ ’di źes bgyi ba la ched du bsams te khu ba byuṅ ba las gyur pa’i dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba maṅ po byuṅ ba zla ba phyed bcabs nas |  dge sloṅ (H267b2) miṅ ’di źes bgyi ba la ched du bsams te khu ba phyuṅ ba las gyur ba’i dge ’dun lhag ma’i (178b1) ltuṅ ba maṅ po ’di rnams byuṅ ba zla ba phyed bcabs pa la dge ’dun las zla ba phyed kyi spo ba gsol na |  (H267b3) gal te dge ’dun gyi dus la bab ciṅ bzod na dge ’dun gyis gnaṅ bar mdzod cig daṅ | dge ’dun gyis dge sloṅ miṅ ’di źes bgyi ba la ched du bsams te khu ba phyuṅ ba las (2) gyur (H267b4) pa’i dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba maṅ po ’di rnams byuṅ ba zla ba phyed bcabs pa la zla ba phyed kyi spo ba stsol bar mdzad do ||  ’di ni gsol ba’o || 
Let venerable saṃgha listen!  This N.N. bhikṣu committed numerous saṃghāvaśeṣa offences, which sprang from an intentional emission of semen [and] concealed for a half month.  This N.N.bhikṣu, that very person, asks for a half-monthly parivāsa from the saṃgha out of those numerous saṃghāvaśeṣa offences, which sprang from an intentional emission of semen [and] concealed for a half month.  If it seems good and the saṃgha should agree that it is the right time for the saṃgha. In case, the saṃgha should grant a half-monthly parivāsa to N.N.bhikṣu out of these numerous saṃghāvaśeṣa offences, which sprang from an intentional emission of semen [and] concealed for a half month.  This [statement] is the motion. 
§9 karma kartavyaṃ • śṛṇotu bhadantāḥ 8 saṃgha |  ayam evaṃnāmā bhikṣuḥ saṃbahulā‹s› saṃghāva(3)śeṣā āpattīr āpannaḥ saṃcintyaśukravisṛṣṭisamutthitāḥ ardhamāsapraticchannā‹ḥ› |  so ’yam evaṃnāmā bhikṣur āsāṃ saṃbahulānāṃ saṃghāvaśeṣāṇām āpattīnāṃ saṃcintyaśukravisṛṣṭisamutthitānāṃ ardhamāsapraticchannānāṃ saṃghād ardhamāsaṃ parivāsaṃ yācate |  tat saṃgha evaṃnāmno bhikṣor ā(4)sāṃ saṃbahulānāṃ saṃghāvaśeṣāṇām āpattīnāṃ saṃcintyaśukravisṛṣṭisamutthitānāṃ ardhamāsaṃ parivāsaṃ dadāti |  yeṣām āyuṣmatāṃ kṣamate evaṃnāmno bhikṣor āsāṃ saṃbahulānāṃ saṃghāvaśeṣāṇām āpattīnāṃ saṃcintyaśukravisṛṣṭisamutthitānāṃ ardhamāsapra(5)ticchannānāṃ ardhamāsa‹ṃ› parivāsaṃ dātuṃ te tūṣṇīṃ |  na kṣamate bhāṣantām |  iyaṃ prathamā karmavācanā vaktavyā |    dattas saṃghena evaṃnāmnor bhikṣor āsāṃ saṃbahulānāṃ saṃghāvaśeṣāṇām āpattīnāṃ saṃcintyaśukravisṛṣṭisamutthitānām ardhamāsapraticchannānām ardhamāsaṃ parivā(6)saḥ | kṣāntam anujñātaṃ saṃghena yasmāt tūṣṇīm evam etad dhārayāmi ||  uktaṃ bhagavatā | parivāso dātavyo mūlaparivāsa iti vistaraḥ | 
las bya ba ni dge ’dun btsun pa rnams (H267b5) gsan du gsol |  dge sloṅ miṅ ’di źes bgyi ba ’di la ched du bsams te khu ba phyuṅ (3) ba las gyur pa’i dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba maṅ po byuṅ ba zla ba phyed bcabs nas |  dge sloṅ miṅ ’di (H267b6) źes bgyi ba ’di la ched du bsams te khu ba phyuṅ ba las gyur pa’i dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba maṅ po ’di rnams byuṅ ba zla ba phyed bcabs pa dge ’dun las zla ba phyed (4) kyi spo ba gsol te |  (H267b7) de’i slad du dge ’dun gyis dge sloṅ miṅ ’di źes bgyi ba la ched du bsams te khu ba phyuṅ ba las gyur ba’i dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba maṅ po ’di rnams byuṅ ba byuṅ ba zla ba phyed bcabs pa la (H268a1) zla ba phyed kyi spo ba stsol bar mdzad na |  tshe daṅ ldan pa gaṅ dag dge sloṅ (5) miṅ ’di źes bgyi ba la ched du bsams te khu ba phyuṅ ba las gyur pa’i dge ’dun lhag ma’i (H268a2) ltuṅ ba maṅ po ’di rnams byuṅ ba zla ba phyed bcabs pa la zla ba phyed kyi spo ba stsol bar mdzad par bzod pa de dag ni caṅ ma gsuṅ śig |  gaṅ dag mi bzod pa de dag ni gsuṅ (H268a3) śig |  ’di ni las (6) brjod pa daṅ po yin te |  de bzin du las brjod pa gñis pa daṅ | gsum gyi bar du brjod par bya’o ||  dge ’dun gyis bzod ciṅ gnaṅ nas dge ’dun gyis dge (H268a4) sloṅ miṅ ’di źes bgyi ba la ched du bsams te khu ba phyuṅ ba las gyur ba’i dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba maṅ (7) po ’di rnams byuṅ ba zla ba phyed bcabs pa la zla ba phyed kyi spo ba stsal lags (H268a5) te | ’di ltar caṅ mi gsuṅ bas de de bźin du ’dzin to ||  bcom ldan ’das kyis spo ba daṅ | gźi nas spo ba sbyin par bya’o źes rgyas par bka’ stsal pa daṅ | 
  Then the legal action [i.e., karmavācanā] is to be performed [as follows]: Let venerable saṃgha listen!  This N.N. bhikṣu committed numerous saṃghāvaśeṣa offences, which sprang from an intentional emission of semen [and] concealed for a half month.  This N.N. bhikṣu, that very person, asks for a half-monthly parivāsa from the saṃgha out of these numerous saṃghāvaśeṣa offences, which sprang from an intentional emission of semen [and] concealed for a half month.  In that case, the saṃgha grant me, N.N.bhikṣu, a half-monthly parivāsa out of these numerous saṃghāvaśeṣa offences, which sprang from an intentional emission of semen [and] concealed for a half month.  Venerable sirs, for those who are in favour of granting a half-monthly parivāsa out of these numerous saṃghāvaśeṣa offences, which sprang from an intentional emission of semen [and] concealed for a half month, please remain silent.  For those who are not, please speak up.  This is the first statement of this legal action (hereafter called, karmavācanā) declared.  [Also the second and third time declared.]  The saṃgha grants the half-monthly parivāsa out of these numerous saṃghāvaśeṣa offences, which sprang from an intentional emission of semen [and] concealed for a half month to N.N. bhikṣu. It is good for the saṃgha, that is why it is silent; thus I do understand this. 
§10 ṣaḍvargikā bhikṣavaḥ pārivāsikamānāpyacārikāḥ santa‹ḥ› prakṛtisthakānāṃ bhikṣūṇām antikād abhivādanavandanapratyutthānāṃjali(7)sāmīcīkarma svīkurvanti |  alpārthā bhikṣavo ’vadhyāyanti kṣipaṃti vivācayanti tad idaṃ na cchekaṃ na pratirūpaṃ yatredānīṃ pārivāsikamānāpyacārikā bhikṣavaḥ prakṛtisthakānāṃ bhikṣūṇām antikād abhivādanavandanapratyutthānāñjalisāmīcīkarma svīkurvantīti • etat prakaraṇaṃ bhikṣavo bhaga(8)vata ārocayanti |  bhagavān āha ||  pārivāsikamānāpyacārikāṇām ahaṃ bhikṣavo bhikṣūṇām āsamudācārikāṃ dharmāṃ prajñapayāmi •  pārivāsikamānāpyacārikair bhikṣubhir prakṛtisthakānāṃ bhikṣūṇām antikād abhivādanavandanapratyutthānāṃjalisāmīcīkarma ‹na› svīkartavyaṃ |  naikāsa(9)ne niṣattavyaṃ | nāpi samāsane | sacen niṣīdanti nīcataram āsanaṃ gṛhītvā niṣattavyaṃ •  na caṃkrame yugapac caṃkramitavyaṃ • nāpy agrataḥ |  sacec caṃkrame caṃkramyanti padaparihāṇikayā | 
drug sde’i dge (H268a6) sloṅ spo ba daṅ | mgu bar bya ba spyod pa rnams (179a1) kyis raṅ bźin du gnas pa’i dge sloṅ rnams las mṅon du smra ba daṅ | phyag daṅ | ldaṅ ba daṅ | thal mo sbyar ba daṅ | ’dud pa’i las (H268a7) bdag gir byed pa la don ñuṅ ba’i dge sloṅ rnams smod par byed | gźogs ’phyas byed | kha zer bar byed de |  de ltar spo ba daṅ mgu bar bya ba (2) spyod pa rnams kyis raṅ bźin (H268b1) du gnas su gnas pa’i dge sloṅ rnams las mṅon du smra ba daṅ | phyag daṅ | ldaṅ ba daṅ | thal mo sbyar ba daṅ | ’dud pa’i las bdag gir byed pa ni bzaṅ po ma yin źiṅ ’tsham pa ma yin no (H268b2) źes pa’i skabs de dge sloṅ rnams kyis bcom ldan ’das la gsol (3) ba daṅ |  bcom ldan ’das kyis bka’ stsal pa |  dge sloṅ dag ṅas spo ba daṅ mgu bar bya ba spyod pa’i dge (H268b3) sloṅ rnams kyi kun du spyod pa’i chos bca’ bar bya ste |  spo [ba] daṅ mgu bar bya ba spyod pa’i dge sloṅ rnams kyis raṅ bźin du gnas pa’i dge sloṅ rnams las mṅon du smra ba daṅ | phyag (H268b4) daṅ | (4) ldaṅ ba daṅ | thal mo sbyar ba daṅ | ’dud pa’i las bdag gir mi bya’o ||  stan gcig la ma yin | stan mñam par ma yin te | stan ches dma’ ba blaṅs te ’dug par bya’o ||  (H268b5) ’chag sar lhan cig bcag par mi bya mdun du ma yin te |  gal te ’chag sar ’chag na gom pa bsri’o || 
The blessed one said, “parivāsa is to be granted, so as to mūlaparivāsa and so forth”.  Ṣaḍvargika-bhikṣus being pārivāsikas and mānāpyacārikas accept all kinds of respectful postures from normal monks (prakṛtibhikṣu).  Those who were modest monks looked down upon, criticized, spread it about, saying: “this is not good, this is not suitable, that now, pārivāsikas and mānāpyacārikas accept all kinds of respectful postures from normal monks”. The monks inform the blessed one on that matter.  The blessed one said,  “Bhikṣus! I prescribe the law applying to monks who are pārivāsikas and mānāpyacārikas.  The monks who are pārivāsikas and mānāpyacārikas shall not accept all kinds of respectful postures from normal monks;  nor shall they sit alone [without normal monks] or sit together with [them]. If the normal monks sit down, they (pārivāsikas and mānāpyacārikas) shall take a seat and sit behind [the normal monks].  They shall not walk in the place of walking (caṅkrama) at the same time with the normal monks. 
§11 na brāhmaṇakulāni upasaṃkramitavyaṃ |  saced upasaṃkramati paścācchramaṇanyāyena |  naika cchadane (10) vastavyaṃ |  na pravrājayitavyaṃ |  nopasaṃpādayitavyam* |  na niśrayo deyaḥ |  na śramaṇoddeśa upasthāpayitavyaḥ |  na karma kartavyaḥ |  na karmakārakaḥ saṃmantavyaḥ |  na bhikṣuṇyo ’vavaditavyāḥ |  na bhikṣuṇyavavāda‹‹ka››‹ḥ› saṃmantavyaḥ |  na pūrvasaṃmatena bhikṣuṇyo ’vavaditavyā‹ḥ› •  na bhikṣuś codayitavyaḥ (310b1) smārayitavyaḥ śīlavipatyā dṛṣṭivipatyā ācāravipatyā ājīvavi[patyā] |  nānenāvavādaḥ sthāpayitavyo | na poṣadho na pravāraṇā na jñaptir na jñaptidvitīyaṃ na jñapticaturthaṃ karma | 
(5) bram ze daṅ khyim bdag gi khyim du ’gro bar mi bya’o |  gal te ’gro na (H268b6) phyi bźin ’braṅ ba’i dge sbyoṅ gi tshul [du] bya’o ||  steṅ g-yogs gcig tu gnas par mi bya’o ||  rab tu dbyuṅ bar mi bya |  bsñen par rdzogs par mi bya |  gnas mi sbyin |  dge tshul mi gźag |  (H268b7) las mi bya |  las byed (6) par bsko bar mi bya |  dge sloṅ ma rnams la gdams ṅag dbog par mi bya |  dge sloṅ ma rnams kyi gdams ṅag dbog par bsko bar mi bya |  sṅon (H269a1) bskos pa źig yin na yaṅ dge sloṅ ma rnams la gdams ṅag dbog par mi bya |  dge sloṅ la tshul khrims ñams pa daṅ | lta ba (7) ñams pa daṅ | spyod pa ñams (H269a2) pa daṅ | ’tsho ba ñams pas gleṅ bar mi bya | dran par mi bya ste |  ’dis gdams ṅag dbog par mi bya | gso sbyoṅ ma yin | dgag dbye ma yin | gsol ba ma yin | gsol ba (H269a3) daṅ gñis ma yin te | gsol ba daṅ bźi’i las mi bya’o || 
If the normal monks are walking in the place of walking, [they shall walk] with one step behind.  [As a pārivāsika or mānāpyacārika,] one shall not approach brāhmaṇa families.  If one [i.e., a pārivāsika or mānāpyacārika] approaches [brāhmaṇa families], one shall approach [the families] by way of [walking] behind a normal monk (paścāt śramaṇa).  One shall not dwell in a leaf [hut].  One shall not proceed someone to enter ascetic life (pravrājayati),  nor to ordain (upasaṃpādayati) someone [to the saṃgha].  One shall not give [lesson in] that on which [a navaka monk] should rely on (niśraya).  One shall not have a novice as a servant.  One shall not initiate legal action.  One shall not agree to be the presiding officer (one who makes a motion, namely karmakāraka).  One shall not instruct a nun.  One shall not agree to be the instructor of nuns.  One shall not instruct nuns [even if it is] by means of earlier agreement.  One shall not accuse nor remind a monk by [the accusation regarding] falling away from moral behaviour, falling away from right views, falling away from good habits, [or] falling away from a right mode of livelihood. 
§12 kālyam evotthāya dvāraṃ moktavyaṃ |  dīpasthālaka udvartavyaḥ |  vihāraḥ sektavyaḥ | sammārṣṭavyaḥ |  sukumārī (2) gomayakārṣī anupradātavyā ┇  prasrāvoccārakuṭī dhāvayitavye 9 mṛttikā upasthāpayitavyā patrāṇi pānīyaṃ śītalaṃ vā kālānurūpataḥ |  pranāḍikāmukhāni 10 dhāvitavyāni 11 kālaṃ jñātvā āsanaprajñaptiṃ kṛtvā dhūpakaṭacchuko dhūpaś copasthāpayitavyaḥ |  sacet pratibalo bhavati śāstu(3)r guṇasaṃkīrtanaṃ kartuṃ svayam eva kartavyam* |  noced bhāṣaṇako ’py eṣṭavyaḥ upanvāhāraṃ 12 pratyavekṣyopanvāhṛtaṃ cec charaṇapṛṣṭham abhiruhya gaṇḍir dātavyā |  nidāghakāle bhikṣūṇāṃ vyajanaṃ grahetavyaṃ |  tatas sarvopasaṃpannānāṃ copariṣṭāc chānteneryāpathavartinābhikṣusaṃjñām upasthāpya bhoktavyaṃ |  (4) kṛtabhaktakṛtyena śayanāsanaṃn channe gopayitavyaṃ |  pātrādhiṣṭhānaṃ chorayitavyaṃ |  kālaṃ jñātvā tathāgatakeśanakhastūpā‹ḥ› saṃmārṣṭavyāḥ sukumārī gomayakārṣī anupradātavyā |  sāmagrīvelāyāṃ punaḥ śayanāsanaprajñaptiẖ kartavyā • dhūpakaṭacchuka upasthāpayitavyaḥ | 
naṅ par sṅar (179b1) laṅs la sgo dbye bar bya’o ||  mar me’i sdoṅ bu bsal la gtsug lag khaṅ chag chag gdab par bya |  phyag (H269a4) dar bya |  ba’i lci ba ’jam pos byug par bya’o ||  chab kuṅ sa daṅ |  snam phyis phyag dar byas la sa daṅ lo ma’am dus daṅ mthun pa’i chu bsil ba gźag par bya’o ||  (2) wa kha dag bsal bar (H269a5) bya’o ||  dus śes par bya ste stan gdiṅ bar bya’o || bdug pa daṅ pog phor gźag par bya’o ||  gal te ston pa’i yon tan bsgrags par bya bar nus na bdag ñid kyis bya’o ||  gal (H269a6) te mi nus na ’chad pa po la gsol ba gdab par bya’o || kha zas kyi g-yos la (3) brtags te g-yos zin na khaṅ pa’i steṅ du ’dzegs te gaṇḍī brduṅ par bya’o ||  sos ka tsha ba’i dus su (H269a7) bsil yab blaṅs te dge sloṅ rnams la g-yab par bya’o ||  de’i ’og tu bsñen par rdzogs pa thams cad kyi ni tha ma | bsñen par ma rdzogs pa rnams kyi goṅ du spyod lam źi bas ’dug (H269b1) ste | (4) dge sloṅ ma yin pa’i ’du śes gźag la zas bza’ bar bya’o ||  zas kyi bya ba byas nas | gnas mal rnams skyabs yod par brtul bar bya’o ||  ltuṅ bzed kyi gźi yaṅ byi dor bar bya’o ||  dus (H269b2) śes par byas la de bźin gśegs pa’i dbu skra daṅ | sen mo’i mchod rten rnams byi dor bya’o ||  (5) ba’i lci ba ’jam pos byug par bya’o || dgoṅs ka’i dus su yaṅ gnas mal bśam par bya’o || (H269b3) pog phor ñe bar gźag par bya’o || 
One shall not suspend giving advice (instruction) [or] any other legal action [such as], poṣadha, pravāraṇā, jñapti, jñaptidvitīya, [and] jñapticaturtha.  After having arisen in the morning time, one shall open the door (or clear a passageway).  One shall set up the lamp.  One shall sprinkle the monastery [and] sweep [it with mop].  One shall apply a soft coating of cowdung [to the building for extra clean].  One shall clean a hut for urinating and excrement.  One shall apply earth, leaves and cold water if it’s in the right season.  One shall wash the drain.  When it's the time, after having arranged the seats, one shall prepare incense as well as an incense burner.  If one is able to praise the instructor, one shall do it himself.  If it’s not desirable that one’s speaking, one having waited for food preparation, if it is ready, one shall climb up the top of the hut (or the roof) and strike a gong.  When it’s hot, one shall provide the fan for (or perhaps, they shall fan) the [normal] monks.  After having formed the thought that I am not a normal monk, conducting himself with calm posture; then one shall eat after all those normal monks.  After the meal is finished, one shall set up the seat in the shed.  One shall take away the bowl which was used [by the normal monks].  When it's the time, one shall clean stupas [retaining] the Tathagata’s hair and nail [and] apply a soft coating of cowdung. 
§13 śastur guṇasaṃkī(5)rtanaṃ pūrvavat kartavyaṃ | divasa ārocayitavyaḥ |  śṛṇotu bhadaṃtās 13 saṃgha • anya pakṣasya daśamīty evamādi yathā upadhivārikā ārocayanti •  tataḥ parivāsa ārocayitavyaḥ |  śṛṇotu bhadantās 14 saṃgha |  aham evaṃnāmā bhikṣuḥ evaṃrūpāṃ caivaṃrūpāṃ ca saṃghāvaśeṣām ā(6)pattim āpannaḥ iyatkālapraticchannāṃ |  tasya mama saṃghena iyatkāla‹ṃ› parivāso dattaḥ | tato mayā iyaccaritaṃ śiṣṭaṃ caritavyam* |  pārivāsikaṃ māṃ bhadantās 15 saṃgho dhārayatu mānāpyacārikaṃ ceti || 
ston pa’i yon tan yaṅ dag par bsgrags pa źes bya ba’i bar goṅ ma bźin du bya’o ||  dge skos rnams ji skad brjod pa bźin du dge ’dun btsun pa rnams (6) (H269b4) gsan du gsol | deṅ du zla ba phyed kyi tshes bcu yaṅ ’das lags so || źes bya ba de lta bu la sogs pa ñi ma brjod par bya’o ||  de nas spo ba brjod par bya ste |  dge ’dun btsun pa rnams (H269b5) gsan du gsol |  bdag dge sloṅ miṅ ’di źes bgyi ba la dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba ’di lta (7) bu daṅ ’di lta bu byuṅ ba dus ’di tsam źig tu bcabs pa daṅ |  bdag la dge ’dun (H269b6) gyis dus ’di tsam źig gyis spo ba stsal ba de las dus ’di tsam źig ni bdag gis spyad lags te lhag ma yaṅ spyad par bgyi na |  dge ’dun btsun pa rnams kyis bdag la spo ba po (H269b7) daṅ mgu bar bgyi ba spyod pa lags par (180a1) gzuṅ du gsol | 
When it is the time of a meeting, one shall also arrange the seats [and] prepare incense burner.  One shall praise the instructor as before. In the daytime, [the saṃgha] is to be informed.  “Let the venerable saṃgha listen!” As monks in charge of ceremony announce, “now is the tenth day of a half month and so on”;  and then, the parivāsa is to be announced.  “Let the venerable saṃgha listen!  I N.N. bhikṣu committed such and such saṃghāvaśeṣa offence, [and] it was concealed for such time. Therefore, the saṃgha granted parivāsa to him, [namely] me, for such a length.  After that, I completed such practice [of being a pārivāsika, and] the rest should be imposed [on me]. 
§14 uktaṃ bhagavatā | parivāsa ārocayitavyaḥ ity āgaṃtukānāṃ nārocaya(7)nti || bhagavān āha || āgantukānām ārocayitavyam iti || uktaṃ bhagavatā | āgantukānām apy ārocayitavyam iti || anyatamaś ca bhikṣur āgaṃtuka āgataḥ |  sa yāvan na pātracīvaraṃ sthāpayati tāvat pārivāsiko ’sya purataḥ sthitvā kathayati |  samanvāhara māyuṣmann aha‹m› evaṃnāmā (8) bhikṣuḥ saṃghāvaśeṣā[m ā]pattim āpannaḥ | pūrvavad yāvat pārivāsikaṃ mām āyuṣmān dhārayatv iti | 
bcom ldan ’das kyis spo ba brjod par bya’o źes gsuṅ na glo bur du ’oṅs pa rnams la ni mi brjod pas | bcom ldan ’das (H270a1) kyis bka’ stsal pa | glo bur du ’oṅs pa rnams la brjod par bya’o || bcom ldan ’das kyis glo bur du ’oṅs pa rnams (2) la spo ba brjod par bya’o źes gsuṅs pa daṅ (H270a2) dge sloṅ glo bur ba źig ’oṅs nas  des re źig ltuṅ bzed daṅ | chos gos kyaṅ mkhos su ma phab par de’i mdun du spo ba po ’dug nas smras pa |  tshe daṅ ldan pa dgoṅs su gsol | bdag (H270a3) dge sloṅ miṅ ’di źes bgyi (3) ba la dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba byuṅ ba źes bya ba nas tshe daṅ ldan pa bdag la spo ba por gzuṅ du gsol źes bya ba’i bar goṅ ma bźin du’o || 
May the venerable saṃgha support me, a pārivāsika, also in being a mānāpyacārika.”  “Parivāsa is to be announced,” this is said by the blessed one, but they don’t do it when the guest-monks [come] so the blessed one directs [them]: “parivāsa is to be announced to guest-monks too.” Then another guest-monk came.  He had not yet even put down [his] bowl and robe before the pārivāsika stood in front of him [and] announced, 
§15 sa tasyāntike paryavasthitaḥ kathayati |  apehi mama purastān mohapuruṣa mā parivāso mā tvam iti |  sa lajjāparigatahṛdayo ’vāṅmukho mandagatipracāratayā tasya bhikṣos sakāśāt prakrā(9)nta‹ḥ› |  etat prakaraṇaṃ bhikṣavo bhagavata ārocayanti |  bhagavān āha |  āgantukasya bhikṣoḥ pātracīvare apratiśāmite na ārocayitavyaṃ | api tu na ekaikasyārocayitavyaṃ | kiṃ tu sarvasaṃghe saṃniṣaṇṇe sannipatiteti |  bhagavān āha • gaṇḍyā‹m ā›koṭitāyāṃ yathā sannihitānāṃ ārocayita(10)vya[m*] | 
des de la kun (H270a4) nas dkris pas smras pa |  mi gti mug can spo ba yaṅ mi dgos khyod kyaṅ mi dgos kyis ṅa’i mdun du ma ’dug par (4) soṅ |  de ṅo tsha ba sñiṅ la phog pas ṅo smad nas spyod lam dal gyis dge (H270a5) sloṅ de’i druṅ nas soṅ ṅo ||  skabs de dge sloṅ rnams kyis bcom ldan ’das la gsol pa daṅ |  bcom ldan ’das kyis bka’ stsal pa |  glo bur du ’oṅs pa’i dge sloṅ gis ltuṅ bzed (H270a6) daṅ | chos gos (5) mkhos su ma phab par brjod par mi bya’o || gźan yaṅ re re la yaṅ brjod par mi bya’i ’on kyaṅ dge ’dun thams cad tshogs śiṅ mthun par gyur pa la’o || dge (H270a7) ’dun thams cad tshogs nas  bcom ldan ’das kyis bka’ stsal pa | gaṇḍī brduṅs pa na ji sñed tshogs pa la brjod par (6) bya’o | | 
“venerable sir!, may I have your attention: I N.N bhikṣu committed such and such saṃghāvaśeṣa offence, … as stated above until, may the venerable [saṃgha] grant me, the pārivāsika, [to become mānāpyacārika.]  The guest-monk became angry, speaks in the presence of him [that pārivāsika].  “Go away from me! Vain fellow! No, [I have no interest in your] parivāsa, nor you.”  He, having become shameful and speechless, slowly walk away from the sight of that [visiting-] monk.  The monks inform the blessed one on that matter.  The blessed one said;  “when the robe and bowl of the guest-monk are not [yet] put away, parivāsa is not to be announced; also it is not to be announced to every single visiting monk. But [it is to be announced] when all the saṃgha sat together in the assembly.” 
§16 na cānenābhikṣukaṃ vihāraṃ gantavyaṃ |  saced gacchate 16 na tatra vastavyaṃ •  vikāle bhikṣūṇām uṣṇena śītāmbunā vā yathākālaṃ pādā‹ḥ› śocitavyāḥ | mrakṣayitavyā‹ḥ› | na ced icchanti | snehalābhopasaṃhāraẖ kartavyaḥ |  tataḥ smṛtim upasthāpyotthānasaṃjñinā śayyā kalpayitavyā ┇ 
’dis dge sloṅ med pa’i gtsug lag khaṅ du ’gro bar mi (H270b1) bya’o ||  gal te soṅ na der gnas par mi bya’o ||  dgoṅs kar dus ji lta ba bźin du chu dron po’am bsil bas dge sloṅ rnams kyi rkaṅ pa bkru bar bya’o || gal te mi ’dod na snum gyis byug (H270b2) par bya’o ||  de nas (7) dran pa ñe bar bźag ste ldaṅ ba’i ’du śes kyis ñal bar bya’o || 
The blessed one said: “as the gong rang, [and they are all] readily present, it is [then] to be announced.”  One shall not go to the monastery which does not have a normal monk.  If he goes, he shall not stay there.  At dusk, he shall cleanse feet of the normal monks by warm or cold water or is fit to the season, [and also] to massage [their] feet [with oil, if the normal monks have no desire to be treated as such]. One shall provide things of his (the normal monk’s) liking. 
§17 pārivāsikamānāpyacārikā (311a1) bhikṣavo yathā prajñaptān āsamudācārikāṃ dharmāṃ na samādāya vartante sātisārā bhavanti ||  tasya v[i]hāraṃ noddiśanti | lābhaṃ nānuprayacchanti | bhagavān āha |  sarvapaścāt tasya vihāre uddeṣṭavyaḥ | sarvapaścāc ca lābho deyaḥ || || 
spo ba daṅ mgu bar bya ba spyod pa’i dge sloṅ rnams kyis kun du spyod pa’i chos ji ltar bcas pa bźin yaṅ dag par (H270b3) blaṅs te ’jug par mi byed na ’gal tshabs can du ’gyur ro ||  dge sloṅ rnams kyis de la gnas khaṅ ma bskos (180b1) rñed pa ma byin pa daṅ bcom ldan ’das kyis bka’ stsal pa |  thams cad (H270b4) kyi ’og tu de’i gnas khaṅ bsko bar bya thams cad kyi ’og tu rñed pa sbyin par bya’o || || 
Then he, having in mind that he has to leave, shall mindfully prepare a bed.  Monks who are pārivāsikas or mānāpyacārikas must comply with this rule; if they do not adopt it or do not act [accordingly], they become guilty of sin.  They [normal monks] do not direct him to the privileges of the monastery. They do not offer [him] the supplies. The blessed one said: 
§18 uddānam* ||
ṣaṣṭiśataṃ kuryāt* pudgalaś ca viṃśikāt* |
saṃ(2)ghe mānāpyaṃ caritavyam āgatā‹ḥ› prativaikārikā‹ḥ› || || 
sdom la |
drug cu daṅ ni brgya dag daṅ ||
ñi śur gaṅ zag bya ba daṅ ||
dge ’dun la ni mgu spyad daṅ ||
(H270b5) śa ’khon can (2) daṅ ’oṅ ba’o || 
“privileges and supplies are to be presented and given [to him] after all [normal monks].” 
§19 ṣaḍvargikā‹ḥ› pārivāsikamānāpyacārikāḥ santo bhikṣūṇāṃ ‹parivāsaṃ› pradadanti | etat prakaraṇaṃ bhikṣavo bhagavata ārocayanti |  bhagavān āha | na caturbhiḥ pārivāsikair bhikṣoḥ parivāso dātavyaḥ |  na tṛbhiḥ pārivāsikair ekena prakṛti(3)sthena |  na dvābhyāṃ pārivāsikābhyāṃ dvābhyāṃ prakṛtisthakābhyāṃ |  na ekena pārivāsikena tribhiḥ prakṛtisthakaiḥ |  kiṃ tu sarvaiḥ pariśuddhaiḥ samānadṛṣṭibhiḥ bhikṣoḥ parivāse 17 dātavyaḥ ||  yathā pārivāsikair evaṃ mūlapārivāsikair mānāpyacārikaiś caritamānāpyaiḥ ||  yathā pārivāsi(4)ka evaṃ mūlapārivāsika 18 mūlāpakarṣa‹ṃ› mānāpyaṃ mūlamānāpyaṃ mūlāpakarṣamānāpyaṃ ca || 
drug sde’i dge sloṅ spo ba daṅ mgu bar bya ba spyod pa rnams kyis dge sloṅ rnams la spo ba byin pa’i skabs de dge sloṅ rnams kyis bcom ldan ’das la gsol ba (H270b6) daṅ |  bcom ldan ’das kyis bka’ stsal pa | spos pa’i dge sloṅ bźis spo ba sbyin par mi bya ste |  spos pa gsum (3) daṅ raṅ (H270b7) bźin du gnas pa gcig gis ma yin |  spos pa gñis daṅ raṅ bźin du gnas pa gñis kyis ma yin |  spos pa gcig daṅ raṅ bźin du gnas pa gsum gyis ma yin te |  ’on kyaṅ thams cad yoṅs su dag pa lta ba mtshuṅs pa rnams kyis dge sloṅ la spo ba (H271a1) sbyin par bya’o ||  (4) spos pa rnams kyis ji lta ba bźin du gźi nas spo ba daṅ mgu bar bya ba spyod pa daṅ | mgu bar bya ba spyad pa daṅ | bslab pa byin pa rnams kyis kyaṅ (H271a2) de bźin no ||  spo ba ji lta ba bźin du gźi nas spo ba daṅ | gźi nas bslaṅ ste spo ba daṅ mgu bar bya ba daṅ | gźi nas mgu bar (5) bya ba daṅ | gźi nas bslaṅ ste mgu bar bya ba yaṅ de bźin no || 
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Twenty persons should do; sixty and hundred,
a mānāpya should be performed in [a precinct of] the saṃgha,
[and] came the quarrelsome monks. 
Ṣaḍvargikas, being a pārivāsika as well as a mānāpyacārika grant parivāsa to the monks. The monks inform the blessed one on that matter.  The blessed one said; “parivāsa is to be granted to a monk, not by four pārivāsikas:  not by three pārivāsikas and one normal:  not by two pārivāsikas and two normals:  not by one pārivāsika and three normals.  However, parivāsa is to be granted to a monk by the pure monks who agree (or who has the same view).  In the same way as [granting parivāsa] by pārivāsika, this equally applies to mūlapārivāsika, mānāpyacārika, as well as caritamānāpya. 
§20 ṣaḍvargikā bhikṣavaḥ pārivāsikamānāpyacārikās santo bhikṣūn āvarhanti | etat prakaraṇaṃ bhikṣavo bhagavata ārocayanti |  bhagavān āha |  na viṃśatyā pārivāsikair bhikṣu(5)r āvarhitavyaḥ |  na ekona viṃśatyā pārivāsikair ekena prakṛtisthakena |  nāṣṭādaśabhiḥ pārivāsikaiḥ dvābhyāṃ prakṛtisthakābhyāṃ evaṃ yāvan na ekonaviṃśatyā prakṛtisthakaiḥ ekena ‹pārivāsikena› ||  yathā pārivāsikair evaṃ paryuṣitaparivāsair mānāpyacārikaiś cārita(6)mānāpyaiḥ śikṣādattakaiś ca || 
drug sde’i (H271a3) dge sloṅ spo ba daṅ mgu bar bya ba spyod pa rnams kyis dge sloṅ rnams ’byin par byed pa’i skabs de dge sloṅ rnams kyis bcom ldan ’das la gsol ba daṅ |  bcom ldan ’das kyis (H271a4) bka’ stsal pa |  spos pa ñi (6) śus dge sloṅ dbyuṅ bar mi bya ste |  spos pa bcu dgu daṅ raṅ bźin du gnas pa gcig gis ma yin |  spos pa bco brgyad daṅ raṅ bźin du gnas pa gñis kyis (H271a5) ma yin pa nas | de bźin du raṅ bźin du gnas pa bcu dgu daṅ spos pa gcig gis ma yin źes bya ba’i bar du’o ||  spos (7) pa rnams kyis ji lta ba bźin du spo ba spyod pa daṅ | mgu bar bya ba spyod (H271a6) pa daṅ | mgu bar bya ba spyad pa daṅ | bslab pa byin pa rnams kyis kyaṅ de bźin no || 
In the same way as parivāsa, this equally applies to mūlaparivāsa, mūlāpakarṣa, mānāpya, mūlamānāpya, as well as mūlāpakarṣamānāpya.  Ṣaḍvargika-bhikṣus, being a pārivāsika as well as a mānāpyacārika reintegrate the monks into the saṃgha. The monks inform the blessed one on that matter.  The blessed one said;  “a monk is to be reintegrated into the saṃgha, not by twenty pārivāsikas:  not by nineteen pārivāsikas and one normal:  not by eighteen pārivāsikas and two normals: and so forth until, not by one pārivāsika and nineteen normals. 
§21 ṣaḍvargikā bhikṣavaḥ pārivāsikamānāpyacārikās santaḥ pārivāsikānāṃ bhikṣūṇām antike parivāsaṃ caraṃti | etat prakaraṇaṃ bhikṣavo bhagavata ārocayanti |  bhagavān āha |  na bhikṣuṇā caturṇāṃ pārivāsikānām antikāt* (7) parivāsaś caritavyaḥ |  na trayāṇāṃ pārivāsikānām ekasya prakṛtisthakasya |  na dvayoḥ pārivāsikayoḥ dvayoḥ prakṛtistha‹ka›yoḥ |  na trayāṇāṃ prakṛtisthakānāṃ ekasya pārivāsikasya |  api tu sarveṣāṃ pariśuddhānāṃ samānadṛṣṭikānām antikāt* parivāsaś caritavyaḥ |  yathā pā(8)rivāsikānām evaṃ paryuṣitapārivāsikānāṃ mānāpyacārikāṇāṃ cāritamānāpyānāṃ śikṣādattakānāṃ ca |  yathā pārivāsaṃ evaṃ mūlapārivāsaṃ mūlāpakarṣaṃ mānāpyaṃ mūlamānāpyaṃ mūlāpakarṣamānāpyaṃ caranti || || 
drug sde’i dge sloṅ spo ba daṅ mgu bar bya ba spyod pa rnams kyis dge sloṅ spos pa rnams kyi druṅ du spo ba (H271a7) spyod pa’i skabs de dge sloṅ (181a1) rnams kyis bcom ldan ’das la gsol ba daṅ |  bcom ldan ’das kyis bka’ stsal pa |  dge sloṅ gis spos pa bźi’i druṅ du spo ba spyad par mi bya ste |  spos (H271b1) pa gsum daṅ raṅ bźin du gnas pa gcig la ma yin |  spos pa gñis daṅ raṅ bźin du gnas pa gñis lam (2) yin |  spos pa gcig daṅ raṅ bźin du gnas pa gsum la ma yin te |  ’on kyaṅ (H271b2) thams cad yoṅs su dag pa lta ba mtshuṅs pa rnams kyi druṅ du spo ba spyad par bya’o ||  spos pa rnams la ji lta ba bźin du spo ba spyad pa daṅ | mgu bar bya ba spyod pa daṅ | mgu bar bya ba spyad pa daṅ | (H271b3) bslab pa byin pa (3) rnams la yaṅ de bźin no ||  spo ba ji lta ba bźin du gźi nas spo ba daṅ | gźi nas bslaṅ ste spo ba daṅ | mgu bar bya ba daṅ | gźi nas mgu bar bya ba daṅ | gźi nas bslaṅ ste (H271b4) mgu bar bya ba yaṅ de bźin no || 
The case which occurs by a pārivāsika is equally applied to the case of paryuṣitaparivāsa, mānāpyacārika, cāritamānāpya, as well as śikṣādattaka.  Ṣaḍvargika-bhikṣus, being pārivāsikas and mānāpyacārikas practice parivāsa in the presence of the monks who are pārivāsikas. The monks inform the blessed one on that matter.  The blessed one said;  “a monk shall not undergo parivāsa within the presence of four pārivāsikas:  [or] three pārivāsikas and one normal:  [or] two pārivāsikas and two normals:  [or] one pārivāsika and three normals;  but parivāsa is to be inflicted [on an offender] in the presence of all the pure monks who agree (or has the same view).  In the same way as of pārivāsika, this equally applies to paryuṣitapārivāsika, mānāpyacārika, cāritamānāpya, as well as the śikṣādattaka. 
§22 ṣaḍvargikā bhikṣavaḥ pārivāsikamānāpyacā(9)rikāḥ santaḥ śūnyavihāraṃ gatvā parivāsaṃ caranti | te bhikṣubhir dṛṣṭā uktāś ca |  āyuṣmantaḥ kim eṣa vihāro yuṣmābhir āvāsitaḥ |  te kathayanti |  nāyam asmābhir āvāsitaḥ | kiṃ tu parivāsaṃ carāma iti ||  te kathayanti |  yūyaṃ parivāsaṃ caratha | ki‹ṃ› tarhi pracchādante |  tair a(10)bhyāhatāḥ tūṣṇīm avasthitāḥ | etat prakaraṇaṃ bhikṣavo bhagavata ārocayanti |  bhagavān āha ||  na bhikṣavaḥ śunyāgāre parivāsaś caritavyo nāpi yatraiko bhikṣur dvau trayo vā |  api tu yatra catvāro bhikṣavaḥ pariśuddhāḥ samānadṛṣṭayaḥ prativasanti tatra parivāsaś cari(311b1)tavyaḥ |  yathā parivāsa evaṃ mūlaparivāsaḥ mūlāpakarṣo mānāpyaṃ mūlamānāpyaṃ mūlāpakarṣamānāpyaṃ ca || || 
drug sde’i dge sloṅ spo ba daṅ mgu bar bya ba yaṅ spyod pa rnams gtsug (4) lag khaṅ stoṅ pa źig tu doṅ nas spo ba spyod pa de rnams dge sloṅ dag gis mthoṅ nas smras pa |  (H271b5) tshe daṅ ldan pa dag gtsug lag khaṅ ’dir ci khyed cag gnas sam |  de rnams kyis smras pa |  ’dir bdag cag mi gnas te ’on kyaṅ sbo ba spyod do ||  de rnams kyis smras pa |  khyed cag (5) ni spo ba (H271b6) spyod pa ma yin te ’on kyaṅ ’chab pa yin no ||  de rnams kyis gnad la phab pas caṅ mi smra bar ’dug pa’i skabs de dge sloṅ rnams kyis bcom ldan ’das la gsol ba daṅ |  bcom ldan (H271b7) ’das kyis bka’ stsal pa |  dge sloṅ dag khaṅ stoṅ du spo ba spyod par mi bya ste | gaṅ (6) na dge sloṅ gcig gam | gñis sam | gsum yod par yaṅ ma yin te |  ’on kyaṅ gaṅ na yoṅs su dag (H272a1) pa lta ba mtshuṅs pa’i dge sloṅ bźi gnas pa der spo ba spyad par bya’o ||  spo ba ji lta ba bźin du gźi nas spo ba daṅ | gźi nas bslab pa daṅ | mgu bar bya ba daṅ | (7) gźi (H272a2) nas mgu bar bya ba daṅ | gźi nas bslaṅ ste mgu bar bya ba yaṅ de bźin no || 
In the same way as parivāsa, this equally applies to the mūlaparivāsa, mūlāpakarṣa, mānāpya, mūlamānāpya, as well as the mūlāpakarṣamānāpya.  Ṣaḍvargika-bhikṣus, while being pārivāsikas and mānāpyacārikas, having gone to a deserted monastery, they undergo parivāsa. The monks had seen and told them,  “venerable sirs why have you dwelled [in] this monastery?”  They answer,  “we do not dwell [in] this monastery, but we are undergoing parivāsa.”  The monks say:  “you are undergoing parivāsa, but then why do they [namely “you”] keep it a secret?”  The Ṣaḍvargika-bhikṣus had rebuked [those] monks [so that] they became silent. The monks inform the blessed one on that matter.  The blessed one said;  “monks shall not undergo parivāsa in the deserted place, also any place where there is one monk or two or three [monks];  but [they] shall undergo parivāsa where the four pure monks who agree (or have the same view) dwell. 
§23 athāyuṣmān upālī buddhaṃ bhagavantaṃ pṛcchati •  yathāpi tad bhadanta pārivāsikamānāpyacārikā‹iḥ śrutaṃ› bhikṣavaḥ āgacchanti kalahakārakā bhaṇḍanakāra(2)kā vigrahakārakā vivādakārakā ādhikaraṇikā‹ḥ› • te ’smāṃś codayiṣyanti alajjitena vā vaitarikeṇa veti |  tais teṣāṃ kathaṃ pratipattavyam iti |  bhagavān āha | pārivāsikamānāpyacārikair upāliṃ bhikṣubhiḥ kalahakārakā bhikṣavāgacchanti śrutvā sa parivāso bhikṣoḥ (3) purastāt pratinisraṣṭavyaḥ | 
saṅs rgyas bcom ldan ’das la tshe daṅ ldan pa ñe ba ’khor gyis źus pa |  btsun pa ’di ltar dge sloṅ spo (H272a3) ba daṅ | mgu bar bgyi ba spyod pa rnams kyis dge sloṅ ’thab krol bgyid pa | mtshaṅ ’dru (181b1) bar bgyid pa | rtsod par bgyid pa | ’gyed par bgyid pa | rtsod pa’i gźi bgyid pa rnams mchi (H272a4) źiṅ de rnams ṅo tsha ma mchis pas | mtho btsam pa’i slad du bdag cag la gleṅ bar bgyid |  dran par bgyid do źes thos na de rnams kyis de dag la ji ltar bsgrub par bgyi |  bcom (2) ldan (H272a5) ’das kyis bka’ stsal pa | ñe ba ’khor dge sloṅ spo ba daṅ mgu bar bya ba spyod pa rnams kyis ’thab krol byed pa’i dge sloṅ rnams ’oṅ ba thos na dge sloṅ gi dge mdun du spo ba phyir (H272a6) dbul bar bya’o || 
In the same way as parivāsa, this equally applies to mūlaparivāsa, mūlāpakarṣa, mānāpya, mūlamānāpya, as well as mūlāpakarṣamānāpya.  At that time, venerable Upālin asks Buddha, the blessed one.  Bhadanta, what if pārivāsika and mānāpyacārika heard that monks, who are makers of quarrels, makers of strife, makers of contention, makers of dispute, posing as authorities [on the saṃgha] would come and shamelessly and scornfully accuse us.  What shall we do? 
§24 evaṃ ca punaḥ pratiniḥsraṣṭavyaḥ |  samīcīṃ kṛtvā utkuṭukena sthitvā añjaliṃ pragṛhya idaṃ syād vacanīyam* |  samanvāharāyuṣmaṃn aham evaṃnāmā evaṃrūpāṃ caivaṃrūpāṃ ca saṃghāvaśeṣām āpattim āpanna‹ḥ› iyaccirakālapraticchannāṃ |  tasya mama saṃghena iyantaṃ kā(4)laṃ parivāso dattaḥ |  tena mayā pārivāsikena satā śrutaṃ bhikṣava āgacchanti kalahakārakā bhaṇḍanakārakā vigrahakārakā vivādakārakā ādhikaraṇikās te māṃ codayiṣyanti smārayiṣyanti alajjitena vā vaitarikeṇa vā |  so ’ham evaṃnāmā pārivāsiko bhikṣus taṃ parivāsam ā(5)yuṣmataḥ purastāt pratiniḥsṛjāmi | 
dbul ba ni ’di ltar bya ste |  ’dud pa byas la tsog tsog por ’dug ste (3) thal mo sbyar ba btud ma la tshig ’di skad ces |  tshe daṅ ldan pa dgoṅs su gsol | bdag miṅ ’di (H272a7) źes bgyi ba la dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba ’di lta bu daṅ ’di lta bu byuṅ ba dus ’di srid cig bcabs pa daṅ  bdag la dge ’dun gyis dus ’di tsam gyi spo ba stsal te  bdag spo (H272b1) ba bgyid pa (4) las dge sloṅ ’thab krol bgyid pa | mtshaṅ ’dru bar bgyid pa | rtsod par bgyid pa | ’gyed par bgyid pa | rtsod pa’i gźi bgyid pa de dag mchi źiṅ de rnams ṅo tsha med pas mtho (H272b2) btsam pa’i phyir bdag la gleṅ bar bgyid | dran par bgyid do źes thos na |  spos pa’i dge sloṅ (5) bdag miṅ ’di źes bgyi ba’i spo ba de tshe daṅ ldan pa’i mdun du phyir dbul bar bgyi’o || 
The blessed one said; “Upālin! Having heard that the monks who are makers of quarrels [will] come, pārivāsika and mānāpyacārika shall retain a pārivāsa in front of the [normal] monk.  One shall retain [pārivāsa] in this manner:  after having paid homage, he stood in squatting posture; then made the hand gesture (añjali), this [announcement] should be uttered:  “Venerable sir!, may I have your attention: I N.N bhikṣu committed such and such saṃghāvaśeṣa offence, and concealed for some length.  The saṃgha granted that person, [namely] me, a parivāsa for such length.  I, that very person, hear it while being a pārivāsika that the monks who are makers of quarrels, makers of strife, makers of contention, makers of dispute, posing as authorities [on the saṃgha] will come and shamelessly and scornfully accuse [and] remind me. 
§25 iyatkālaṃ me caritam iyatkālaṃ tu caritavyam* |  prakṛtisthakaṃ māmāyuṣman dhārayatv iti |  tataḥ punar api gatavegair hatavegair gatapratyarthikais tathaiva prakṛtisthakasya bhikṣoḥ purastāt parivāsaḥ samādātavya‹ḥ› | evam ca punaḥ samā(6)dātavyaḥ | 
dus (H272b3) ’di tsam ni bdag gis spyad lags so ||  dus ’di tsam ni bdag gis spyad par bgyi ste | tshe daṅ ldan pas bdag raṅ bźin du gnas par gzuṅ du gsol |  de nas yaṅ phas kyi rgol ba soṅ źiṅ (6) ’jigs (H272b4) pa daṅ bag tsha ba med nas de bźin du raṅ bźin du gnas pa’i dge sloṅ gi mdun du des spo ba blaṅ bar bya’o || 
I, that very person, [who is a] pārivāsika, N.N. bhikṣu retain the parivāsa in front of venerable sirs.  For how long I underwent, that long I shall still undergo [the rest of it];  venerable sir!, may [the saṃgha] reintegrated me to the state of normality.” 
§26 samīcī‹ṃ› kṛtvā utkuṭukena sthitvā aṃjaliṃ pragṛhya idaṃ syād vacanīyam* |  samanvāharāyuṣmaṃ aham evaṃnāmā bhikṣuḥ evaṃrūpāṃ caivaṃrūpāṃ ca saṃghāvaśeṣām āpattim āpanna iyaccirakālapraticchannāṃ |  tasya mama saṃghena iyantaṃ kālaṃ parivāso dattaḥ |  tena ma(7)yā pārivāsikena śrutaṃ bhikṣava‹ḥ› āgacchanti kalahakārakā bhaṇḍanakārakā vigrahakārakā vivādakārakā ādhikaraṇikās te māṃ codayiṣyanti smārayiṣyanti alajjitena ‹vā› vaitarikeṇeti | tan mayā pārivāsikavṛttaṃ bhikṣoḥ purastāt pratinissṛṣṭaṃ |  so ’ham evaṃnāmā bhi(8)kṣu‹s› taṃ parivāsam āyuṣmataḥ purastāt samādade |  iyatkālaṃ me caritam iyatkālaṃ me kartavyaṃ | pārivāsikaṃ māmāyuṣman dhārayatu ||  yathā pārivāsi 19 evaṃ mūlapārivāsa 20 mūlāpakarṣa‹ḥ› mānāpyaṃ ‹mūlamānāpyaṃ› mūlāpakarṣamānāpyaṃ ca || || 
blaṅ ba ni ’di ltar bya ste | ’dud pa byas la tsog tsog por ’dug ste thal mo sbyar ba btud (H272b5) nas tshig ’di skad ces |  tshe daṅ ldan pa dgoṅs su gsol | bdag dge sloṅ miṅ (7) ’di źes bgyi ba la dge ’dun lhag ma’i ltuṅ ba ’di lta bu daṅ | ’di lta bu byuṅ ba la dus ’di srid cig tu bcabs (H272b6) pa daṅ  bdag la dge ’dun gyis dus ’di tsam gyi spo ba stsal te |  bdag spo ba bgyid pa las dge sloṅ ’thab krol bgyid pa | mtshaṅ ’dru bar bgyid pa | rtsod par bgyid pa | (182a1) ’gyed par bgyid (H272b7) pa | rtsod pa’i gźi bgyid pa dag mchi źiṅ de rnams ṅo tsha ba med pas | mtho btsam pa’i phyir bdag la gleṅ bar bgyid | dran par bgyid do źes thos nas  bdag gi spo ba spyad pa de dge sloṅ gi (H273a1) mdun du phyir phul ba bdag dge sloṅ miṅ ’di źes bgyi ba’i (2) spo ba de tshe daṅ ldan pa’i mdun du blaṅ bar bgyi ste |  dus ’di tsam ni bdag gis spyad lags so || (H273a2) dus ’di tsam ni bdag gis spyad par bgyi lags kyi | tshe daṅ ldan pas bdag la spo ba lags par gzuṅ du gsol |  spo ba ji lta ba bźin du gźi nas spo ba daṅ | gźi nas bslaṅ ste (3) spo ba daṅ | (H273a3) mgu bar bya ba daṅ | gźi nas mgu bar bya ba daṅ | gźi nas bslaṅ ste mgu bar bya ba yaṅ de bźin no || 
Then the parivāsa is to be resumed by those [monks] who are free of enmity, whose agitation is gone, whose agitation is vanquished; and accordingly, he shall resume parivāsa in front of a normal monk. One shall resume [parivāsa] in this manner:  After having paid homage, he stood in squatting posture; then made the hand gesture (añjali), this [announcement] should be uttered:  “Venerable sir!, may I have your attention: I N.N bhikṣu committed such and such saṃghāvaśeṣa offence, and concealed for some length.  The saṃgha granted that person, [namely] me, a parivāsa for such length.  I, that very person, hear it [while being] the pārivāsika that the monks who are makers of quarrels, makers of strife, makers of contention, makers of dispute, posing as authorities [on the saṃgha] will come and shamelessly and scornfully accuse [and] remind me. By me, the conduct of being a pārivāsika is resumed in front of a normal monk.  I, that very person, N.N. bhikṣu resume the parivāsa in front of venerable sirs.  For how long I underwent, that long I shall still undergo [the rest of it]; venerable sir!, may [the saṃgha] support my [status of being a] pārivāsika.” 
pārivāsikavastu‹s› samāptaḥ || 
spo ba’i gźi rdzogs so || || 
In the same way as parivāsa, this equally applies to mūlaparivāsa, mūlāpakarṣa, mānāpya as well as, mūlāpakarṣamānāpyaṃ. 
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