Dhammapada/Udanavarga

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Dhammapada/Udanavarga

Postby tiltbillings » Sun Jul 25, 2010 5:39 am

There is an other version of the Dhammapada, which is longer (and compiled latter) than the Pali version. It is called the Udanavarga. This may be of interest to some:

https://www2.hf.uio.no/polyglotta/index ... w=fulltext

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Re: Dhammapada/Udanavarga

Postby Ben » Sun Jul 25, 2010 5:52 am

Outstanding!
Many thanks Tilt!

Would you or one of the other mods/admins kindly pin this thread?
Thanks again!

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Re: Dhammapada/Udanavarga

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Re: Dhammapada/Udanavarga

Postby vinodh » Sat May 14, 2011 7:46 pm

Comparative version of the various editions of the Dhammapada (which includes Udanavarga too)

http://www.ancient-buddhist-texts.net/B ... /index.htm

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http://www.virtualvinodh.com

Buddhists Texts in Brahmi Script : http://www.virtualvinodh.com/brahmi-lipitva

yo dharmaṁ paśyati, sa buddhaṁ paśyati
One who sees the Dharma, sees the Buddha

na pudgalo na ca skandhā buddho jñānamanāsravam
sadāśāntiṁ vibhāvitvā gacchāmi śaraṇaṁ hyaham

Neither a person nor the aggregates, the Buddha, is knowledge free from [evil] outflows
Clearly perceiving [him] to be eternally serene, I go for refuge [in him]


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