Dear Pāli friends, I'm interested in the meaning of *yatvādhikaraṇamenaṃ*. In the Kaccayana's grammar it is written: *Caggahaṇena aññatthāpioselok
Bryan & Pali Friends, My usual approach is to apply Occam's razor, and take the simplest reading of the passage. I ask "What does this passage really mean?" Ipiya.tan
Dear Pāli friends, In the commentary to Dhp 1, there is the following sentence, tesu anāthapiṇḍikena ekadivasampi satthā pañhaṃ na pucchitapubbo.bryan.levman
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