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Texts in Pali


Abhidhammatthasaṅgaha and Abhidhammatthavibhāvinī-ṭīkā,
ed. H. Saddhatissa, 1989
ISBN 288 9    £29.00   « Add to Basket »
A manual covering the whole field of Abhidhamma in a condensed way, published together with one of the commentaries on it. (10th and 11th century C.E.). An earlier edition by T.W. Rhys Davids is published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1884.
Translations: Compendium of Philosophy ; The Summary of the Topics of Abhidhamma and Exposition of the Topics of Abhidhamma.

Anāgatavaṃsa,
ed J. Minayeff
Short verse text (12th-13th century C.E.) describing events which will take place when the future Buddha Metteyya is born. Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, (1886).

Aṅguttara-nikāya,
6 volumes:
Vol. I (1885, 2nd edn. 1961, 1989) ed. R. Morris;
Vol. II (1888, 1976, 1995) ed. R. Morris;
Vol. III (1897, 1976, 1994),
Vol. IV (1899, 1979) ed. E. Hardy;
Vol. V (1900, 1979) ed. E. Hardy;
Vol. VI, Indexes by M. Hunt and Mrs C.A.F. Rhys Davids, 1910, 1981
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The fourth collection of the Sutta-piṭaka containing short discourses arranged to a numerical system. Most of the discourses follow a stereotyped formulaic presentation and many can be found elsewhere in the canon.
Translation: The Book of the Gradual Sayings.

Aṅguttara-nikāya Commentary, see Manorathapūraṇī

Aṅguttaranikāyapurāṇaṭīkā, Catutthā Līnatthapakāsinī,
ed. P. Pecenko (posthumously completed by T. Ditrich), 2012
ISBN 491 1    £42.50   « Add to Basket »
First modern edition of the Manorathapūraṇīpurāṇaṭīkā of Dhammapāla.

Aṅguttara-nikāya-ṭīkā (Subcommentary), (Sāratthamañjūsā),
ed. P. Pecenko, 3 volumes, 1996, 1997 (1998), 1999
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The first seven chapters of the subcommentary on the Aṅguttara-nikāya. (12th century C.E.)

Apadāna,
ed. M.E. Lilley, 1925, 1927; 2 vols. reprinted as one, 2000
ISBN 390 7    £48.40   « Add to Basket »
A collection of stories of elder monks and nuns, giving their past lives.

Apadāna Commentary (Visuddhajanavilāsinī),
ed. C.E. Godakumbura, 1954, 1988
ISBN 280 3    £33.55   « Add to Basket »
Commentary on the first three sections of the Apadāna. (13th century C.E.?)

Atthasālinī,
ed. E. Müller, 1897, revised reprint with indexes by L.S. Cousins, 1979
ISBN 083 5    £45.00   « Add to Basket »
Commentary to the Dhammasaṅgaṇī
Translations: The Expositor, Darlegung der Bedeutung.

Bhesajjamañjūsā,
ed. J. Liyanaratne, 1997
ISBN 347 8    £21.80   « Add to Basket »
Edition of chapter 1-18 of the only extant Pāli medical text book containing information on medicines and illnesses. (13th century C.E.)
Translation: The Casket of Medicine.

Bhesajjamañjūsā II,
ed. J. Liyanaratne, 2009
ISBN 429 6    £38.00   « Add to Basket »
Edition of chapter 19-60 of the only extant Pāli medical text book containing information on medicines and illnesses. (13th century C.E.)
There is no PTS translation of this text available.

Braḥ Māleyyadevattheravatthuṃ
ed. E. Denis
Southeast Asian Pāli narrative of the travels of the monk Māleyyadeva. Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, Vol. XVIII, 1993.

Buddhadatta's Manuals, ed. Ven. A.P. Buddhadatta, 2 volumes, 1915, 1928,
reprinted as one volume 1980
ISBN 084 3    £33.90   « Add to Basket »
Four verse texts composed by Buddhadatta presumably as aids for students. Abhidhammāvatāra and Rūpārūpavibhāga are summaries of the Abhidhamma while Vinayavinicchaya and Uttaravinicchaya are summaries of the Vinaya-piṭaka. (c. 5th century C.E.)
Translation of Rūpārūpavibhāga: Journal of the Pali Text Society, Vol. XVI, pp. 1-12.

Buddhaghosuppatti, ed. & trans. James Gray, 1892, 2001,
ISBN 395 8    £16.30   « Add to Basket »
The story of the commentator Buddhaghosa (c. 15th century C.E.)
Translation: Published with text.

Buddhavaṃsa and Cariyāpiṭaka,
ed. N.A. Jayawickrama, 1974, 1995
ISBN 085 1    £20.00   « Add to Basket »
Last two books of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka. In the Buddhavaṃsa Gotama Buddha relates, in verse, the lives of the 24 Buddhas who preceded him, and his former actions in relation to those Buddhas. The Cariyāpiṭaka also relates stories in verse of Gotama Buddha in former lives, this particular collection being used to illustrate his mastery of the ten perfections.
Translations: Chronicle of Buddhas and Basket of Conduct in Minor Anthologies, Vol. III.

Buddhavaṃsa Commentary,
ed. I.B. Horner, 1946, 1978
ISBN 086 X    £25.30   « Add to Basket »
Commentary on the Buddhavaṃsa ascribed to Buddhadatta. (5th century C.E.?)
Translation: Clarifier of the Sweet Meaning.

Cariyāpiṭaka Commentary (Paramatthadīpanī VII),
ed. D.L. Barua, 1939, reprinted with Indexes by H. Kopp, 1979
ISBN 087 8    £27.20   « Add to Basket »
Commentary on the Cariyāpiṭaka by Dhammapāla. (6th century C.E.?)

Chakesadhātuvaṃsa,
ed. J. Minayeff
Modern chronicle of the six hair-relic shrines of the Buddha composed in Burma. Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1885.

Cūlavaṃsa,
ed. W. Geiger,
2 volumes, 1925, 1927, reprinted as one volume 1980
ISBN 088 6    £43.20   « Add to Basket »
Continuation of the Chronicle of Ceylon (Mahāvaṃsa) dealing with the period from the 12th to the 19th centuries C.E.
Translation: Cūlavaṃsa.

Cullaniddesa see Niddesa

Dasabodhisattuppattikathā,
ed. and tr. Ven. H. Saddhatissa, 1975
ISBN 089 4    £23.10   « Add to Basket »
Sinhalese version of a collection of stories about the ten future Buddhas beginning with Metteyya. (Possibly 14th century C.E.)
Translation: The Birth Stories of the Ten Bodhisattas (published together with the text).

Dāṭhāvaṃsa, ed. T.W. Rhys Davids
This verse text (13th century C.E.) is both a story of early Buddhism and a history of the Buddha's tooth relic. Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1884.
There is no PTS translation of this text available.

Dhammapada,
ed. O. von Hinüber and K.R. Norman, 1994, 1995
ISBN 313 3    £15.70   « Add to Basket »
One of the most popular Buddhist texts, many of the verses of which have parallels in the texts of other Buddhist schools and in non-Buddhist sources. It is a collection of verses arranged according to their subject matter and is the first Pāli text to have been edited in Europe. It is the second book of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka and this edition uses all the latest research.
The 1914 edition by Ven. Suriyagoda Sumangala is no longer available from the PTS.
Translations: an early translation (1931) by Mrs C.A.F. Rhys Davids in Minor Anthologies, Vol. I;
The Word of the Doctrine
(1997), based on the above up-to-date edition.

Indexes to the Dhammapada,
Yamazaki, Ousaka and Miyao, 1995
ISBN 337 0    £15.70   « Add to Basket »
One of a number of computer-generated indexes produced for the PTS in recent years, containing word and reverse word, and pada and reverse pada indexes.

Dhammapada Commentary, 5 volumes:
Vol. I (1906, 1909, 1993),
Vol. I.I (1925, 2nd ed. 2007) ed. Helmer Smith
Vol. II (1911, 1993),
Vol. III (1912, 1993),
Vol. IV (1914, 1970) ed. H.C. Norman;
Vol. V indexes by L.S. Tailang, 1915, 1992
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This anonymous commentary is basically a collection of stories, of which about sixty are shared with the Jātaka Commentary, chosen to introduce, contextualise and explain the verses of the Dhammapada. It was apparently composed in Sri Lanka and its date is unknown.
The second edition of part one of the first volume of the Dhammapāda-aṭṭhakathā was first published in 1925 and has been reprinted in 2007.
Translation: Buddhist Legends.

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Dhammasaṅgaṇī,
ed. E. Müller, 1885, 1978
ISBN 094 0    £23.65   « Add to Basket »
The first volume of the Abhidhamma-piṭaka is a compilation from various sources analysing and classifying the phenomena (dhammā) that comprise all mental and material conditions.
Translation: A Buddhist Manual of Psychological Ethics.

Dhammasaṅgaṇī Commentary, see Atthasālinī

Index to the Dhammasaṅgaṇī,
Tabata, Nonome and Bando, 1987
ISBN 270 6    £15.10   « Add to Basket »
Computer-generated index to the Dhammasaṅgaṇī.

Dhātukathā with Commentary,
ed. E.R. Gooneratne, 1892, reprinted with corrections 1987
ISBN 095 9    £13.20   « Add to Basket »
The third volume of the Abhidhamma-piṭaka gives a detailed and systematic analysis of the elements of physical phenomena.
Translation: Discourse on Elements

Dhātupāṭha and Dhātumañjūsā, see The Pāli Dhātupāṭha and Dhātumañjūsā.

Dīgha-nikāya,
3 volumes :
Vol. I (1889, 1983, 1995, corrected reprint 2007), eds. T.W. Rhys Davids and J.E. Carpenter;
Vol. II (1903, 1982, 1995) eds. T.W. Rhys Davids and J.E. Carpenter;
Vol. III (1910, 1992, corrrected reprint 2006) ed. J.E. Carpenter,
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The first collection of the Sutta-piṭaka containing the long discourses of the Buddha. A number of the suttas expound important doctrines, e.g. the Mahānidānasutta (15) and Mahāsatipaṭṭhānasutta (22). In several, the Buddha discusses the views and doctrines of the brahmanic religion and various contemporary religious schools and philosophies, e.g. the Soṇadaṇḍasutta (4) and the Sāmaññaphalasutta (2).
Translation: Dialogues of the Buddha.

Index to the Dīgha-nikāya,
M. Yamazaki, Y. Ousaka, K.R. Norman and M. Cone, 1997
ISBN 355 9    £25.10   « Add to Basket »
Computer-generated index to the Dīgha-nikāya.

Dīgha-nikāya Commentary, see Sumaṅgalavilāsinī

Dīgha-nikāya Sub-commentary (Līnatthapakāsinī),
ed. Lily de Silva, 1970
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Sub-commentary (ṭīkā) on the Dīgha-nikāya.

Dīpavaṃsa,
ed. and trans. Hermann Oldenberg
ISBN 384 2    £17.60   « Add to Basket »
The first extant attempt to put together history and legend in verse and to make a continuous chronicle about Sri Lanka.
Translation: Published with the text.

Dukapaṭṭhāna, see Paṭṭhāna

Extended Mahāvaṃsa,
ed. G.P. Malalasekera, 1937, 1988.
ISBN 285 4    £19.25   « Add to Basket »
Also sometimes known as the Cambodian Mahāvaṃsa, this version appears to be South-East Asian in origin and has been enlarged by a number of additions to the text.

Gandhavaṃsa,
ed. J. Minayeff
Text composed in Burma in order to give a brief history of the canon and post-canonical works. The sources used by the author are not known. (17th century C.E.?)
Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1886.

Index to the Gandhavaṃsa,
M. Bode
Manual index to the Gandhavaṃsa by Mabel Bode. Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1894-96.

Hatthavanagallavihāravaṃsa,
ed. C.E. Godakumbura, 1956
ISBN 102 5    £5.50   « Add to Basket »
Chronicle text dealing with the history of the temple at Attanagalla, Sri Lanka. (13th century C.E.)

Index, see
Dīgha-nikāya, Gandhavaṃsa, Jātaka, Nidessa, Vinaya-piṭaka, Visuddhimagga, Majjhima-nikāya, Saṃyutta-nikāya.

Itivuttaka,
ed. E. Windisch, 1889, 1975, 2010
ISBN 103 3    £24.00   « Add to Basket »
Fourth book in the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka, it consists of 112 short discourses written in a mixture of prose and verse.
Translations: As It Was Said, in Minor Anthologies, Vol. II.; The Itivuttaka by Peter Masefield.

Itivuttaka Commentary,
ed. M.m. Bose, Vol. I (1934) and Vol. II (1936) reprinted as one volume 1977; Vol. III: Indexes by H. Kopp, 1980
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Commentary on the Itivuttaka by Dhammapāla. (6th century C.E.?)
Translation: Itivuttaka Commentary by Peter Masefield.

Jātaka with Commentary,
7 volumes, ed. V. Fausbøll 1877-1896, 1990-1; Vol. VII: Indexes by Dines Andersen, 1897, 1992
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Tenth book of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka, it consists of verses embedded in stories of the former births of Gotama Buddha.
Translations: The Jātaka or Stories of the Buddha's Former Births; The Story of Gotama Buddha (Jātaka-nidāna).

Index to the Jātaka
by M. Yamazaki, Y. Ousaka
ISBN 409 1    £44.00   « Add to Basket »

Jinacarita,
ed. W.H.D. Rouse
Poem on the life of the Buddha concentrating on his final existence. Written in Sri Lanka. (13th century C.E.)
Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1905.

Jinakālamālī,
ed. Ven. A.P. Buddhadatta, 1962
ISBN 113 0    £17.00   « Add to Basket »
Thai chronicle of Buddhism, concentrating particularly on the history of Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai areas between the 13th and 16th centuries. It includes stories of a number of famous Thai Buddha images. (16th century C.E.)
Translation: Epochs of the Conqueror

Jinakālamālī Index,
Hans Penth, 1994
ISBN 324 9    £17.00   « Add to Basket »
An annotated descriptive index to the Jinakālamālī.

Jinālaṅkāra,
ed. and tr. James Gray, 1894, 1981
ISBN 114 9    £17.00   « Add to Basket »
Ornate poem, in a variety of metres, telling the story of the Buddha from his former birth as Sumedha up to his parinibbāna. (12th century C.E.)
Translation: published with text.

Kaccāyana and Kaccāyanavutti,
new ed. by O. Pind, Index by S. Kasamatsu & Y. Ousaka, 2013.
ISBN 490 3    £36.00   « Add to Basket »
Earliest known Pāli Grammar, traditionally associated with the Buddha's disciple Mahā-Kaccāyana (6th-7th century C.E.).

Kaṅkhāvitaraṇī,
new ed. by K.R. Norman and William Pruitt, 2003.
ISBN 413 X    £36.30   « Add to Basket »
Commentary on the Pātimokkha section of the Vinaya-piṭaka by Buddhaghosa. (5th century C.E.)
The original ed. by D.A.L. Maskell, 1956, 1981 (ISBN 115 7) is now out of print.

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Kathāvatthu,
ed. A.C. Taylor, Vol. I (1894) and Vol. II (1897) reprinted 1979 as one volume; Index volume, Satoshi Nonome et al., 1982
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The fifth book of the Abhidhamma-piṭaka is the only canonical text attributed to an author and given a composition date by the tradition. It consists of a discussion of heretical statements that are refuted in favour of orthodox Theravādin beliefs.
Translation: Points of Controversy.

Kathāvatthu Commentary, (Pañcappakaraṇatthakathā)
ed. N.A. Jayawickrama, 1979
ISBN 118 1    £45.30   « Add to Basket »
Short but informative commentary by Buddhaghosa. (5th century C.E.) An earlier edition by J. Minayeff is published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1889.
Translation: The Debates Commentary.

Khuddakapāṭha with Commentary (Paramatthajotikā I),
ed. Helmer Smith, 1915, 1978
ISBN 119 X    £21.80   « Add to Basket »
The first book of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka, but probably the latest to be included in the collection. It consists of nine short texts, only one of which is not found elsewhere in the canon. It was possibly compiled as a handbook for novices. The commentary is traditionally attributed to Buddhaghosa. (5th century C.E.)
Translation: The Minor Readings and the Illustrator of Ultimate Meaning.

Khuddasikkhā and Mūlasikkhā,
ed. E. Müller
Two verse texts which together form a compendium summarising the disciplinary rules contained in the Vinaya-piṭaka. (Date unknown: not later than the 12th century C.E.)
Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1883.

Kuṇālajātaka,
ed. and tr. W.B. Bollée, 1970
ISBN 050 9    £16.50   « Add to Basket »
This Jātaka is unique in the Pāli collection in containing an archaic type of prose regarded as canonical. It consists of a collection of stories and verses dealing with the 'wickedness of women'. Translation: published with text.

Lokaneyyappakaraṇaṃ,
ed. P.S. Jaini, 1986
ISBN 150 5    £22.70   « Add to Basket »
Text containing 41 didactic stories with verses based on the Jātakas but also drawing material from apochryphal suttantas. (Possibly 14th century C.E.)

Mahābodhivaṃsa,
ed. S.A. Strong, 1891
ISBN 387 7    £17.00   « Add to Basket »
The story of Buddha Gotama, the three councils, and the spread of Buddhism to Sri Lanka. Ascribed to Upatissa. (Possibly 10th century C.E.)

Mahāniddesa, see Niddesa.

Mahāsūtras,
ed. P. Skilling.
2 volumes, 1994 and 1997; Vol. 1 reprinted 2010; Vol. 2 reprinted 2012
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Ten Tibetan sutras with parallels in the Pāli canon of texts used in protection (paritta) ceremonies. Vol. I contains text and Vol. II a study of the genre.

Mahāvaṃsa,
ed. W. Geiger, 1908, 1958
ISBN 120 3    £26.00   « Add to Basket »
Chronicle based on earlier Sinhalese material, blending history and legend and relating the history of Sri Lanka from a Buddhist viewpoint.
Translation: The Great Chronicle of Ceylon.

Mahāvaṃsa, Extended, see Extended Mahāvaṃsa.

Mahāvaṃsa-ṭīkā, (Vaṃsatthappakāsinī),
ed. G.P. Malalasekera,
2 volumes, 1935, 1977
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Commentary on the Mahāvaṃsa by an unnamed author. (Possibly 8th or 9th century C.E.)

Majjhima-nikāya,
4 volumes:
Vol. I (1888, 1993), ed. V. Trenckner;
Vol. II (1896-98, 1993; reprinted with corrections, 2004),
Vol. III (1899-1902, 1977, 1994) ed. R. Chalmers;
Vol. IV (2006) Index by M. Yamazaki, Y. Ousaka
The 1925 ed. of the Indexes by Mrs C.A.F. Rhys Davids is no longer available.
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The second collection of the Sutta-piṭaka containing 152 suttas including some of the best known sermons in the Pāli canon, e.g. Alagaddūpamasutta, Aṅgulimālasutta and Mahāsīhanādasutta.
Translations: Middle Length Sayings, and Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha

Majjhima-nikāya Commentary, see Papañcasūdanī

Manorathapūraṇī, 5 volumes:
Vol. I (1924, 2nd edn. 1973) ed. M. Walleser;
Vol. II (1930, 1968) ed. M. Walleser and H. Kopp;
Vol. III (1936, 1966) ed. H. Kopp;
Vol. IV (1940, 1979) ed. H. Kopp;
Vol. V (1957, 1977) ed. H. Kopp
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Commentary on the Aṅguttara-nikāya by the influential Pāli commentator Buddhaghosa. (5th century C.E.)

Milindapañha & Milinda-ṭīkā,
ed. V. Trenckner, 1880; ṭīkā, ed. P.S. Jaini, 1961, reprinted as one volume 1986
ISBN 235 8    £35.10   « Add to Basket »
Popular prose text in the form of a dialogue between the Indo-Greek king Milinda (Menander) and a Buddhist monk called Nāgasena. (2nd century B.C.E.)
Translation: Milinda's Questions.

Index to the Milindapañha,
Yumi Ousaka et al., 2013
ISBN 500 4    £35.00   « Add to Basket »
Computer-generated index to the Milindapañha

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Mohavicchedanī,
ed. Ven. A.P. Buddhadatta and A.K. Warder, 1961
ISBN 134 3    £29.70   « Add to Basket »
Commentary on the Mātikās, or summary of contents, of the seven Abhidhamma texts, itself generally regarded as an Abhidhamma work. Written by the elder monk Kassapa. (12th-13th century C.E.)

Mūlasikkhā,
ed. E. Müller
Summary of the Vinaya, companion text to Khuddasikkhā. Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1883.

Nāmacāradīpikā,
ed. H. Saddhatissa
An Abhidhamma manual, one of the texts known as Little-Finger Manuals. (12th century C.E.) Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, Vol. XV, 1990.

Nāmarūpapariccheda,
ed. Ven. A.P. Buddhadatta
Manual composed in verse, dealing with a selection of subjects from the Abhidhamma. Attributed to the author of the Abhidhammattha-saṅgaha. (11th-12th century C.E.) Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1913-14.

Nāmarūpasamāso (Khemappakaraṇa),
ed. Ven. P. Dhammarama
Short prose treatise on the mind and mental processes (cetasikas) with a final section of 28 mnemonic verses. (Possibly 10th-11th century C.E.) Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1915-16.
Translation: "The Summary of Mind and Matter", Journal of the Pali Text Society, Vol. XI, 1987.

Nettipakaraṇa,
ed. E. Hardy, 1902, 1961, 1995
ISBN 135 1    £25.30   « Add to Basket »
Treatise setting out methods for interpreting and explaining canonical texts, similar in content to the Peṭakopadesa and used by Buddhaghosa and other commentators. (Possibly 1st century B.C.E.)
Translation: The Guide.

Nibbānasutta,
ed. C. Hallisey
Apocryphal sutta originating in Southeast Asia in which nibbāna is compared to a city. Date unknown. Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, Vol. XVIII, 1993.

Niddesa,
Set (including Index volume)
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  Mahāniddesa,
  ed. L. de La Vallée Poussin and E.J. Thomas, 2 volumes, 1916, 1917, reprinted as one volume 1978
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  Cullaniddesa,
  ed. W. Stede, 1918, 1988
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  Index to the Mahāniddesa,
  L.S. Cousins, 1995. (Computer-generated index to the first part of the Niddesa.)
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  The eleventh book of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka is divided into two parts, each containing a commentary considered to be canonical.
  Both the Mahāniddesa and Cullaniddesa comment on texts from the Suttanipāta. (Not later than the 1st century BCE)

Niddesa Commentary (Saddhammapajjotikā),
ed. Ven. A.P. Buddhadatta, Vol. I (1939) and Vol. II (1939) reprinted as one volume 1980, Vol. III, 1940, 1989
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Commentary attributed to a Sinhalese monk named Upasena which also includes comments on verses of the Suttanipāta. (Probably 6th century C.E.)

Pajjamadhu,
ed. E.R. Gooneratne
Ornate verse text praising the Buddha. (Probably 13th-14th century C.E.) Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1887.

The Pāli Dhātupāṭha and Dhātumañjūsā,
ed. Dines Andersen and Helmer Smith, 1921. Paper covers.
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Two grammatical texts with lists of roots. (14th century C.E.?)

Pāli Nīti Texts of Burma,
ed. H. Bechert and H. Braun, 1981
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Edition containing four collections of aphorisms based on the Indian Subhāṣita traditions. (Date uncertain.)

Pañcagatidīpanī,
ed. L. Feer
Verse text describing the five possible states into which beings may be born and the actions which may lead to rebirth in one of these categories. (Date and author unknown.) Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1884.

Paññāsajātaka (Zimmè Jātaka),
ed. P.S. Jaini, 2 volumes:
Vol. I (stories 1-25) 1981;
Vol. II (stories 26-50) 1983
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This is an edition of the Burmese recension of a collection of 50 Jātaka stories current in Southeast Asia. Although some of the stories are based upon those in the Pāli Jātaka, they are not regarded as canonical. (Date and author unknown.)
Translation: Apocryphal Birth Stories.

Papañcasūdanī,
5 volumes:
Vol. I (1922, 1983);
Vol. II (1928, 1979) ed. J.H. Woods and D. Kosambi;
Vol. III (1933, 1976);
Vol. IV (1937) and Vol. V (1938), reprinted as one volume 1977, ed. I.B. Horner
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Commentary on the Majjhima-nikāya by Buddhaghosa. (5th century C.E.)

Paramatthadīpanī
I, see Udāna Commentary
II, see Itivuttaka Commentary
III, see Vimānavatthu Commentary
IV, see Petavatthu Commentary
V, see Theragāthā Commentary
VI, see Therīgāthā Commentary
VII, see Cariyāpiṭaka Commentary

Paramatthajotikā I, see Khuddakapāṭha with Commentary

Paramatthajotikā II,
ed. Helmer Smith, 3 volumes:
Vol. I (1916, 1989);
Vol. II (1917, 1977, 1989);
Vol. III, Indexes (1918, 1984)
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Commentary on the Suttanipāta ascribed to Buddhaghosa.

Paramatthavinicchaya,
ed. Ven. A.P. Buddhadatta
An Abhidhamma manual, one of the texts known in Burma as Little-Finger Manuals. Written in South India. (11th-12th century C.E.) Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, Vol. X, pp. 155-226.

Paṭhamasambodhi,
ed. George Coedes, 2003.
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A South-East Asian anthology of stories of the life of the Buddha. (16th century C.E.?)

Pātimokkha,
ed. W. Pruitt, tr. K.R. Norman 2001
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Rules of the bhikkhus and bhikkhunīs with Pāli and English translation on facing pages.
Translation published with the Pāli edition.

Paṭisambhidāmagga,
ed. A.C. Taylor, 2 volumes, 1905, 1907, reprinted as one volume 1979
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Twelfth book of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka attributed by the commentary to Gotama Buddha's disciple Sāriputta. This text is later than much of the canon and attempts to explain in a systematic way how understanding of the Buddha's basic teaching can lead to enlightenment.
Translation: The Path of Discrimination.

Paṭisambhidāmagga Commentary (Saddhammappakāsinī),
ed. C.V. Joshi, 3 volumes, 1933-1947, 1979
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Commentary on the Paṭisambhidāmagga, attributed to Mahānāma, which quotes extensively from the Visuddhimagga. (6th century C.E.)

Paṭṭhāna,
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  Dukapaṭṭhāna, 1906, 1988
  ISBN 278 1    £32.70   « Add to Basket »
  Tikapaṭṭhāna and Commentary,
  3 volumes, 1921, 1922, 1923; reprinted as one volume 1988
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  The final book of the Abhidhamma-piṭaka, divided into two parts: the Tikapaṭṭhāna with "groups of three", and the Dukapaṭṭhāna
  dealing with "groups of twos". It is a highly technical text, consisting of a minutely detailed analysis of the doctrine of conditionality.
  Translation: Conditional Relations, Vols. I and II (translation of part of the Tikapaṭṭhāna only).

Peṭakopadesa,
ed. A. Barua, 1949, 1982
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Treatise setting out a method for explaining and expanding the teaching of the Buddha. (Possibly 2nd century B.C.E.)
Translation: Piṭaka Disclosure.

Petavatthu, see Vimānavatthu
The 1888 ed. by J. Minayeff is no longer available.
Seventh book of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka. This is a collection of stories about beings who are suffering because of evil deeds performed in a former life.
Translation: Stories of the Departed, in Minor Anthologies, Vol. IV.

Petavatthu Commentary (Paramatthadīpanī IV),
ed. E. Hardy, 1894. No longer available.
Translation: Peta Stories

Puggalapaññatti & Puggalapaññatti Commentary (Pañcappakaraṇaṭṭhakathā),
ed. R. Morris, 1883, 2nd edn. 1972 as one volume with
Commentary (ed. G. Landsberg and Mrs C.A.F. Rhys Davids, 1914)
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The fourth volume of the Abhidhamma-piṭaka, although it appears to be the earliest of the Abhidhamma texts and contains many statements about the "person" (puggala) found elsewhere in the Sutta-piṭaka.
Translation: A Designation of Human Types. (There is no translation of the commentary.)

Saccasaṅkhepa,
ed. Ven. P. Dhammarama
Short verse manual dealing with topics from the Abhidhamma. (5th-6th century C.E.?) Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1917-19.

Saddanīti,
ed. Helmer Smith, 1928-66, 2001
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The greatest of the extant Pāli grammars, written by Aggavaṃsa of Arimaddana in Burma in A.D. 1154.

Sadddhammapajjotikā, see Niddesa Commentary.

Saddhammapakāsinī, see Paṭisambhidāmagga Commentary.

Saddhammasaṅgaha,
ed. Ven. N. Saddhananda
Chronicle of Buddhism which includes a comprehensive account of Pāli books and authors. (14th century C.E.) Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1890.

Saddhammopāyana,
ed. R. Morris
Verse texts dealing with the fundamental doctrines of Buddhism. (Probably 13th century C.E.) Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1887.

Samantakūṭavaṇṇanā,
ed. C.E. Godakumbura, 1958, 1995
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Poem describing the life of Gotama Buddha and including the story of his three visits to Sri Lanka and imprinting of his footprint on Samantakuṭa. (14th century C.E.)
Translation: In Praise of Mount Samanta.

Samantapāsādikā,
8 volumes:
Vol. I (1924, 1975),
Vol. II (1927, 1969),
Vol. III (1930, 1968),
Vol. IV (1934, 1979),
Vol. V (1938, 1966),
Vol. VI (1947, 1982),
Vol. VII (1947, 1981), ed. J. Takakusu and M. Nagai;
Vol. VIII, Indexes by H. Kopp, 1977
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Commentary on the Vinaya-piṭaka by Buddhaghosa to which is prefixed an introduction, the Bāhiranidāna (see below).

Samantapāsādikā Bāhiranidāna,
ed. and tr. N.A.
Jayawickrama, 1962, 1986, 2010
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Introduction to the Vinaya-piṭaka Commentary relating the history of Buddhism up to the establishment of the Vinaya-piṭaka in Sri Lanka.
Translation: The Inception of Discipline (published together with the text).

Sammohavinodanī, see Vibhaṅga Commentary.

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Saṃyutta-nikāya,
6 volumes:
Vol. I (1884, 2006), ed. L. Feer;
Vol. II (1888, 1989, 1994), ed. L. Feer;
Vol. III (1890, 1975), ed. L. Feer;
Vol. IV (1894, 1990), ed. L. Feer;
Vol. V (1898, 1976), ed. L. Feer;
Vol. VI (1904, 1980), Indexes by Mrs C.A.F. Rhys Davids
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[The 1999 G.A. Somaratne edition of Saṃyutta-nikāya Vol. I is no longer available]
Collection of suttas grouped together according to their contents and containing some of the most important Buddhist teachings such as the section of the Suttas dealing with different aspects of the four Noble Truths.
Translation: The Book of the Kindred Sayings and Connected Discourses of the Buddha.

Index to the Saṃyutta-nikāya
M. Yamazaki, Y. Ousaka, 2010
ISBN 489 X    £50.00  
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Computer-generated index to the Saṃyutta-nikāya.

Saṃyutta-nikāya Commentary, see Sāratthappakāsinī

Sandesakathā,
ed. J. Minayeff
Late historical text dealing in part with the relationship between Sri Lanka and Burma in medieval times. (19th century C.E.) Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1885.

Sārasaṅgaha,
ed. G. Sasaki, 1992
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An anthology containing chapters on various topics of Buddhist teachings illustrated by stories, most of which can be traced to the canon or commentaries. (14th century C.E.)

Sāratthappakāsinī,
3 volumes,
Vol. I (1929, 1977), ed. F.L. Woodward;
Vol. II (1932, 1977);
Vol. III (1937, 1977);
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Commentary on the Saṃyutta-nikāya by Buddhaghosa. (5th century C.E.)

Sāsanavaṃsa,
ed. M. Bode, 1897, 1996
ISBN 340 0    £21.80   « Add to Basket »
Late 19th-century Pāli version of a work originally written in Burmese dealing with the history of Buddhism in places such as Sri Lanka and parts of Burma. The translation (The History of the Buddha's Religion) is no longer available from the PTS.

Sīmāvivādavinicchayakathā,
ed. J. Minayeff
19th-century text concerning the boundaries between specific Buddhist communities. Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1887.

Subodhālaṅkāra (Porāṇa-ṭīkā, Abhinava-ṭīkā),
ed. P.S. Jaini, 2000
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A 12th-century text on rhetoric by Saṅgharakkhita with two sub-commentaries.

Sumaṅgalavilāsinī,
3 volumes:
Vol. I (1929, 2nd edn. 1968) ed. T.W.Rhys Davids and J.E. Carpenter;
Vol. II (1931, 2nd edn. 1970),
Vol. III (1932, 2nd edn. 1971) ed. W.Stede
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Commentary on the Dīgha-nikāya by Buddhaghosa. (5th century C.E.)

Suttanipāta,
ed. Dines Andersen and Helmer Smith, 1913, 1990
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Fifth text of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka, consisting mainly of verses, apparently compiled from a number of sources. Two chapters of the Suttanipāta are mentioned by name in other Pāli canonical texts, and the commentary upon them is also included in the canon. It is apparent that this text contains some of the oldest Pāli poetry we possess.
Translations: Group of Discourses, 2nd ed.and The Rhinoceros Horn (paperback).

Suttanipāta Commentary, see Paramatthajotikā II.

Telakaṭāhagāthā,
ed E.R. Gooneratne
Poem written in Sri Lanka in a developed poetic style, the verses of which deal with nine fundamental tenets of Buddhism. It is said to consist of verses uttered by a monk thrown into a cauldron of boiling oil as a form of punishment. Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1884.

Theragāthā & Therīgāthā,
ed. (1) H. Oldenberg, (2) R. Pischel, 1883, 2nd edn. 1966 with Appendixes by K.R. Norman and L. Alsdorf, 1990
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The eighth and ninth texts of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka, these are collections of poems ascribed to elder monks (theras) or nuns (therīs) respectively. Many of the verses are accounts of religious experiences, some of which also achieve a high poetic standard.
Translations: Elders' Verses, Vols. I and II; Psalms of the Early Buddhists; Stances des Therī
Poems of Early Buddhist Monks (paperback); Poems of Early Buddhist Nuns (paperback).

Theragāthā Commentary (Paramatthadīpanī V),
ed. F.L. Woodward, 3 volumes:
Vol. I (1940, 1971, 1995);
Vol. II (1952, 1977, 2013);
Vol. III (1959, 1984)
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Commentary on the Theragāthā by Dhammapāla. (6th century C.E.?)

Therīgāthā Commentary (Paramatthadīpanī VI),
ed. William Pruitt, 1997
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Commentary on the Theragāthā by Dhammapāla. (6th century C.E.?) The 1893 edition of this text by E. Müller is no longer available from the PTS.
Translation: The Commentary on the Verses of the Therīs.

Thūpavaṃsa,
ed. and tr. N.A. Jayawickrama, 1971
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Chronicle dealing with the construction of the Mahāthūpa by the Sinhalese ruler Duṭṭha-gāmaṇī in the first century B.C.E. (13th century C.E.)
Translation: published with text.

Tika-paṭṭhāna, see Paṭṭhāna.

Tuṇḍilovāda,
ed. C. Hallisey
An apocryphal sutta extolling the merits of giving. (Date unknown.) Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, Vol. XV, 1990.

Udāna,
ed. P. Steinthal, 1885, 1982
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Third text of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka, it consists of a collection of 80 "solemn utterances" made by the Buddha on special occasions. Most are in verse accompanied by a prose account of the circumstances that led to their being given.
Translations:The Udāna; Verses of Uplift in Minor Anthologies Vol. II.

Udāna Commentary,
ed. F.L. Woodward, 1926, 1977
ISBN 186 6    £31.90   « Add to Basket »
Commentary on the Udāna by Dhammapāla. (6th century C.E.?)
Translation: Udāna Commentary.

Upāsakajanālaṅkāra,
ed. Ven. H. Saddhatissa, 1965
ISBN 187 4    £26.00   « Add to Basket »
Text dealing with the proper conduct of a layman, based on the canon and its commentaries. (12th century C.E.?)

Vibhaṅga,
ed. Mrs C.A.F. Rhys Davids, 1904, 1978
ISBN 188 2    £30.80   « Add to Basket »
Second book of the Abhidhamma-piṭaka, in which certain topics central to the Buddha's teachings are the subject of technical analysis.
Translation: The Book of Analysis.

Vibhaṅga Commentary (Sammoha-vinodanī),
ed. Ven. A.P. Buddhadatta, 1923, 1980
ISBN 189 0    £35.10   « Add to Basket »
Commentary on the Vibhaṅga attributed to Buddhaghosa. (5th century C.E.)
Translation: Dispeller of Delusion, Vols. I and II.

Vimānavatthu & Petavatthu,
new ed. by N.A. Jayawickrama, 1977, 1999. The 1886 ed. by E.R. Gooneratne is no longer available.
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Sixth book of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka, this text consists of 83 stories describing the former meritorious actions that have led to individuals being reborn as gods enjoying life in celestial mansions (vimānas).
Translation: Stories of the Mansions, in Minor Anthologies IV.

Vimānavatthu Commentary (Paramatthadīpanī III),
ed. E.R. Gooneratne, 1886.
No longer available.
Translation: Vimāna Stories

Vinaya-piṭaka,
ed. H. Oldenberg,
5 volumes:
Vol. I, Mahāvagga (1879, 1969);
Vol. II, Cūlavagga (1880, 1977, 1995);
Vol. III, Suttavibhaṅga part I and Samantapāsādikā, Bāhiranidāna (1881, 1993);
Vol. IV, Suttavibhaṅga part II (1882, 1993);
Vol. V, Parivāra (1883, 1982)
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(Set price includes Index volume below) The collection of monastic law, the purpose of which is to regulate life within the community of monks and nuns as well as their relationship with the laity. The collection deals with the rules relating to individual conduct and with the legal procedures and formulae used by the community as a whole. It is divided into three sections, the first of which contains the set of rules for monks and nuns (the Pātimokkha), which is an independent text according to other Buddhist schools. The Vinaya-piṭaka also contains a large number of stories and biographical material relating to the Buddha. (The Pātimokkha is contained in Vols. III and IV of the text and in Vols. I, II, and III of the translation.)
Translation: The Book of the Discipline.

Index to the Vinaya-piṭaka,
Ousaka, Yamazaki and Norman, 1996
ISBN 338 9    £27.20   « Add to Basket »
Computer-generated index of the Vinaya-piṭaka.

Vinaya-piṭaka Commentary, see Samantapāsādikā and Samantapāsādikā Bāhiranidāna

Visuddhajanavilādinī, see Apadāna Commentary.

Visuddhimagga,
ed. Mrs C.A.F. Rhys Davids, 2 volumes, 1920, 1921, reprinted as one vol 1975
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One of the most influential Pāli texts, this compendium of Buddhist doctrine and metaphysics is the most important book written by Buddhaghosa. It provides a systematic exposition of Buddhist teaching and is also a detailed manual for meditation. (5th century C.E.)
Translation: The Path of Purity.

Index to the Visuddhimagga,
Ousaka, Yamazaki 2004.
ISBN 414 8    £29.15   « Add to Basket »

Yamaka,
ed. Mrs C.A.F. Rhys Davids,
2 volumes:
Vol. I (1911, 1987, 1995);
Vol. II (1913, 1987, 1995)
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The sixth book of the Abhidhamma-piṭaka dealing with applied logic.

Yamaka Commentary,
ed. Mrs C.A.F. Rhys Davids
Commentary on the Yamaka attributed to Buddhaghosa. (5th century C.E.) Published in The Journal of the Pali Text Society, 1912.

Yogāvacara's Manual,
ed. T.W. Rhys Davids, 1896, 1981
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Based on an untitled Sinhalese manuscript, this text provides a detailed method for the practice of meditation. (Date unknown.)
Translation: Manual of a Mystic

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