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Daily word
kāmabhū sutta
Explanation
Kāmabhū Sutta 1. Kāmabhū Sutta.-Kāmabhū visits Ananda at Ghositārāma in Kosambī and asks him whether the senses are the bonds of objects or objects the bonds of senses. Ananda answers that neither is true; the bond is the desire and lust that arise owing to the senses and the objects with which they come in contact. The Buddha, for instance, is free from such bondage (S.iv.165). The same question is asked of Sāriputta by Kotthita, who receives the same reply (S.iv.162f). 2. Kāmabhū Sutta.-Cittagahapati visits Kāmabhū at Ambātakavana in Macchikāsanda and is asked to solve a riddle: Nelango setapacchādo ekāro vattatī ratho Anīgham passa āyantam chinnasotam abandhanam. Citta explains this as referring to the Arahant and points out the significance of each term (S.iv.291f). In the Udāna (p.76; UdA.370f; cf. DhsA.398) the words of the riddle are mentioned as having been used by the Buddha in reference to Lakuntaka-Bhaddiya. 3. Kāmabhū Sutta.-Records another visit of Citta to Kāmabhū. Citta asks a series of questions about the activities of the body, speech and mind and their cessation. Kāmabhū explains them to Citta's satisfaction. S.iv.293.
Popular word

sakaṣāya

Explanation
○kaṣāya mfn. dominated by passion (-tva n.) Vedântas. Sarvad

sakaṇṭaka

Explanation
sakaṇṭaka : [adj.] thorny.

sakaṇṭaka

Explanation
Sakaṇṭaka (adj.) [sa+kaṇṭaka] thorny, dangerous D i.135; Th 2, 352; DA i.296.

sakaṇṭaka

Explanation
○kaṇṭaka mf(ā)n. having thorns, thorny, prickly, Cān • troublesome, perilous W • having the hairs of the body erected, thrilled with joy or desire Kathās • having pointed splinters MBh. (vḷ.) • accompanied with bones (said of fish) Pat • m. Guilandina Bonduc L • Blyxa Octandra L
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