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  • Kumara Bhikkhu
    Thanks. I ve found it on my own though. ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 15, 2013
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      Thanks. I've found it on my own though.

      Piya Tan wrote thus at 06:54 AM 14-04-13:
      >Bhante Kumara,
      >
      >See Paasaadika Sutta (D 29) and Saamagaama Sutta
      >(M 104). In both cases, it is Cunda the Novice
      >who reports to AAnanda on the chaos following Naataputta death.
      >
      >An annotated translation of D 29 is found in SD
      >40a.6 at <http://dharmafarer.org>http://dharmafarer.org
      >
      >The Sutta Discovery series is now in vol 42, and
      >we are indexing them by Sutta Title, Dharmas
      >(topics) and Names, as the series is over 8000
      >pages now. All the volumes are freely available on the same website.
      >
      >With metta and mudita,
      >
      >Piya
      >
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      >
      >
      >On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 5:55 PM, Kumara Bhikkhu
      ><<mailto:kumara.bhikkhu@...>kumara.bhikkhu@...> wrote:
      >
      >
      >Need help here.
      >
      >I recall a sutta where Nigantha Nataputta was said to have recently
      >died and his disciples began to quarrel about rules/vinaya. Ven
      >Rahula having heard about this reported to the Buddha. Then the
      >Buddha said that disputes about Vinaya is trivial. More serious is
      >disputes about the Path (or something like that).
      >
      >Can anyone tell me where that is?
      >
      >kb
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