Buddhist Saints in India: A Study in Buddhist Values and Orientations

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Abbhokāsika (P.). See Ābhyavakāśika
Abhayagiri (sect), 298, 319n.23
Abhidhamma (P.). See Abhidharma
Abhidhammapiṭaka (P.). See Abhidharmapiṭaka
Abhidharma ("the higher dharma"), 21, 133, 134
Abhidharma (the scholastic enterprise), 379, 424n.9
Abhidharma (as a collection of texts), 35, 406

of the Sarvāstivāda, 406

Abhidharmakośa, 37n. 18
Abhidharmapiṭaka, 184, 201, 337
Abhijñā (superknowledges), 51, 72n.17, 102n.39, 124, 146n.50, 153, 340, 352n. 1. See also Āśravakṣayajñāna; Divyacakṣus; Divyaśrotra; Paracittajñāna; Pūrvanivāsānusmṛti; Ṟddhis

women and men saints possessing same powers, 90

Abhiññā (P.). See Abhijñā
Abhisamācārika (P.) (lesser ethics), 243n.22
Ābhyavakāśika (one who dwells in the open air), 296, 297, 301, 302, 309, 311, 313, 314
Absence of scholarly considerations among the saints (theme 18), 54, 92, 116, 129-30, 181-82, 219, 225-26, 257
Adhigama (attainment), 420
Āgama (as a textual genre), 184, 406
Aikṇāsanika. See Ekāsanika
Ajaṇā, 428n.33
Ajātaśatru, King, 108-9, 116, 144n.35, 165, 166, 170
Ajita, 179, 205n.2
Ajita Keśakambala, 174n.9
Ajitasenavyākaraṇanirdeśa Sūtra, 206n.3
Ājīvikas, 235
Ājñāta Kauṇinya, 118, 194, 146n.55
Alms food, one who lives on. See Piṇapātika
Alms-seeking, 24, 27, 83 of forest renunciants, 83
Alpeccha (having few wishes), 309, 311, 314
Amarāvatī, 405, 407
Amitābha, 411, 428nn.31, 33
Amitāyus, 347
Āmrapālī, 55, 73n.30
Amṛta (undying) sphere, 375
Amṛtakāya (undying body), 376
Anāgāmin, 121, 277, 352n.1
Anāgatavaṃsa, 431n.54
Ānanda, 57, 86, 103n.43, 106-7, 108, 109, 118, 121, 142n.18, 143nn.27,28,30, 144n.33, 35, 147n.53,57, 162, 176n.31, 205n.2, 209n.35, 339, 359, 360, 361, 362, 364, 367, 369, 387n.4, 392n.80
sacred places associated with, 188, 189
stūpas of, 190
Anāsravadharmas (undefiled dharmas), 376
Anāthapiṇada, 53, 54, 75n.53, 109
Anāthapiṇika (P.). See Anāthapiṇada
Anavatapta, Lake, 72n.17, 206n.11, 217
Andhaka. See Mahāsāṃghika: Southeastern (Andhaka) schools
Andhra, 405, 407
An + ̄guttaranikāya, 105, 137, 157, 159, 162, 163, 297, 370, 371
An + ̄guttaranikāya commentary. See Manorathapūṇraī

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