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    Pali - Every few days - [B181] Gair/Karunatillake - Chapter 10 – Readings Ex. 1 (Part 2 of 2) Katha.m? Ka.t.thaani gha.msitvaa aggi.m paateti, tattha
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      Pali - Every few days - [B181]
      Gair/Karunatillake - Chapter 10 � Readings
      Ex. 1 (Part 2 of 2)

      Katha.m? Ka.t.thaani gha.msitvaa aggi.m paateti,
      tattha daaruuni pakkhipanto aggi.m jaaletvaa tattha
      tattha paasaa.ne pacitvaa, daarukkha.n.dakena
      pava.t.tetvaa khuddakaso.n.diya.m khipati. Tato
      hattha.m otaaretvaa udakassa tattabhaava.m jaanitvaa
      gantvaa satthaara.m vandati. Satthaa tattha gantvaa
      nahaayati. Atha naanaavidhaani phalaani aaharitvaa
      deti.
      How? He rubbed sticks and started a flame, and
      putting firewood in there kindled a fire, then he
      heated rocks placed here and there, rolled them with a
      wooden stick, and placed them in a small pool in the
      rocks. Then having dipped his trunk in to test the
      temperature of the water, he went and greeted the
      Teacher. The Teacher went there and bathed. Then he
      brought various fruits and gave them to him.

      Yadaa pana satthaa gaama.m pi.n.daaya pavisati, tadaa
      satthu pattaciivaramaadaaya kumbhe .thapetvaa
      satthaaraa saddhi.m yeva gacchati; ratti.m
      vaa.lamiganivaara.nattha.m mahanta.m da.n.da.m
      so.n.daaya gahetvaa yaava aru.n�uggamanaa vanasa.n.de
      vicarati.
      Then when the Teacher was entering the village for
      alms, he would take the Teacher�s robe and bowl, place
      them on his forehead and accompany the Teacher there.
      At night, in order to keep away predators, he took
      with his trunk a large stick, and with that wandered
      about in the jungle until dawn.
      (RasV. - cf. Udana IV.5 Naga Sutta,
      http://www.accesstoinsight.org/canon/sutta/khuddaka/udana/ud4-05.html)

      Metta, John
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