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Pali: Iti 62. Indriyasutta.m
[Presented by Dr.Han Tun,MD @sariputtadhamma/JTN]
Iti 62. Indriyasutta.m
62. Vutta~nheta.m bhagavataa, vuttamarahataati me suta.m
"Tii.nimaani, bhikkhave, indriyaani. Katamaani tii.ni?
Ana~n~naata~n~nassaamiitindriya.m, a~n~nindriya.m, a~n~naataavindriya.m, imaani
kho, bhikkhave, tii.ni indriyaanii"ti. Etamattha.m bhagavaa avoca. Tattheta.m
"Sekhassa sikkhamaanassa, ujumaggaanusaarino;
Khayasmi.m pa.thama.m ~naa.na.m, tato a~n~naa anantaraa.
"Tato a~n~naa vimuttassa, ~naa.na.m ve hoti taadino;
Akuppaa me vimuttiiti, bhavasa.myojanakkhayaa.
"Sa ve indriyasampanno, santo santipade rato;
Dhaareti antima.m deha.m, jetvaa maara.m savaahini"nti.
Ayampi attho vutto bhagavataa, iti me sutanti.
Iti 62. Indriya sutta
This was said by the Blessed One, said by the Arahant, so I have heard: "There
are these three faculties. Which three? The faculty of 'I am about to know what
is not yet finally known' (ana~n~naata~n~nassaamiitindriya.m), the faculty of
final knowledge (a~n~nindriya.m), the faculty of one who has finally known
(a~n~naataavindriya.m). [Note 1] These are the three faculties."
"For a learner in training along the straight path:
first, the knowledge of ending;
then, immediately, gnosis;
"then, from the ending of the fetter, becoming,
there's the knowledge, the gnosis of
one released who is Such: [Note 2]
"One consummate in these faculties, peaceful,
enjoying the peaceful state, bears his last body,
having conquered Mara along with his mount."
[Note 1]. According to the Commentary, the first of these faculties corresponds
to the first noble attainment, the path to stream-entry; the second, to the next
six attainments, ranging from the fruition of stream-entry to the path to
arahantship; and the third, to the highest attainment, the fruition of
[Note 2]. Such (tadi): An adjective to describe one who has attained the goal.
It indicates that the person's state is undefinable and not subject to change or
influence of any sort.
Love Buddha's dhamma,