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Extra info for A History of Indian Literature, Volume VII: Buddhist and Jaina Literature, Fasc. 2: Pāli Literature including the Canonical Literature in Prakrit and Sanskrit of all the Hīnayāna Schools of Buddhism
W. RHYS DAVIDS and H. ), Vinaya Texts Part I, Ox- ford 1881, p. xx n. 1, and G. L. M. CLATJSON, "A new Kammavaca," in JPTS 1906— 1907, pp. 4—7. 26 K. R. 3. The Parivara In Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit65 the word parivara is normally taken to mean "accessory, appendix, addendum,"66 and such a meaning would suit the Pali Parivara, since it seems to be a supplement to the Vinaya. "7 There is evidence for believing that portions of it, at least, were added in Ceylon, for it includes a long list of teachers who were responsible for teaching the Vinaya in Jambudipa, and then in Tambapanni (Ceylon), ending with Sivatthera.
53 In the Sanskrit sutra the gods in the prologue belong to the Brahmakayika class, not the Suddhavasakayika; the Buddha is said to be preaching to his disciples about nirvana, while no sermon is mentioned in the Pali; moreover, the Pali version lacks the list of attributes conferred upon the arhats who make up the Buddha's audience. These differences are precisely those which might be 47 Mahagovindlya-siitra = Mvu III 197—224. RHYS DAVIDS, DB, Vol. II, pp. 256—58 comments on some of the differences.
243—48,andN. TATIA, Pratimoksasutram, Patna 1976. 21 For references see YUYAMA, VT, p. 1. 22 See YUYAMA, VT, pp. 3—4. 23 See WALDSCHMIDT, CASF, pp. 164—67. See the concordance table given by CHARLES S. PREBISH, in Buddhist Monastic Discipline, Pennsylvania State University Press 1975, pp. 140—48. , pp. 50—52. 24 26 27 See YUYAMA, VT pp. 6—7. See YUYAMA, VT p. 9. 28 See YUYAMA, VT pp. 19—20. ), Bhiksum-Vinaya, Patna 1970. Vin II 253-57. B. ), Abhisamacarika (Bhiksupraklmaka), Patna 1969. Rev. 30 31 J.
A History of Indian Literature, Volume VII: Buddhist and Jaina Literature, Fasc. 2: Pāli Literature including the Canonical Literature in Prakrit and Sanskrit of all the Hīnayāna Schools of Buddhism by Kenneth Roy Norman; Jan Gonda (Edtitor)