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MSV 1,02: Poṣadhavastu

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Click to Expand/Collapse OptionPiṇḍoddāna
Click to Expand/Collapse OptionIntroduction
Click to Expand/Collapse OptionChapter I: Niṣadyā
Click to Expand/Collapse OptionChapter II: Kriyā and Poṣadha
Poṣ-v san 1. (256, 53v = FE 6.707)
piṇḍoddānam* ||
tīrthikāḥ kapphiṇa āvāso
bhikṣupeyālapaścimam* ||
Kj D ’dul ba ka
(131a4) gso skyoṅ gi gźi’i sdom la |
mu stegs can daṅ ka bi na ||
gnas daṅ rgyal po sbyar ba maṅ ||
Comments Poṣ-v
Contents for the whole Vastu. This Vastu describes the introduction of the poṣadha-celebration, and the rules for it. Once, when som lay followers from Rājagṛha went to the Buddha to pay him respect, som Tīrthikas came by. The lay followers of the Buddha heard them say that the poṣadha was only something for them, and that the Śākya monks did not have such a ritual celebration. Therefore the lay followers asked the Buddha to establish such also in his saṃgha. The Buddha accepted the request, and made the rules. Panglung p. 12.
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