- Icchā Sutta. Wishes it is which hold the world prisoner;
by subjugating them, liberty is gained. S. i.40.
- Icchānangala Sutta
- Idagalissara. A village in South India where Kulasekhara
had an encampment in his fight with the Sinhalese forces (Cv.lxxvi.149).
- Iddhi Sutta
- Iddhikathā. The second division of the Pa˝˝āvagga
of the Patisambhidāmagga. Ps.ii.205-15.
- Iddhipāda Samyutta. The fifty-first division of the
Samyutta Nikāya (S.v.254-93), consisting of eight chapters.
It is the seventh section of the Mahāvagga.
- Iddhipāda Sutta/Vagga
- Iddhivaddhana. One of the palaces, occupied during
his lay-life by Sumana Buddha. BuA.125; Bu.v.22 gives other
names for his palaces.
- Iddhiya. See Itthiya.
- Idhalokika Sutta
- Ilanga. See Sena
Ilanga and Rakkhaka Ilanga.
- Illisa Jātaka (No. 78)
- Ina Sutta. Deals at length with the disadvantages,
both material and moral, of poverty and consequent indebtedness.
- Inandapada. A Tamil chieftain whom Kulasekhara enlisted
as his ally. He was a troop leader in Uccankuttha. Cv.lxxvii.74ff.
- Indadvāra. One of the fourteen gates of Pulatthipura
built by Parakkamabāhu I. (Cv.lxxiii.160).
- Indaka (Sutta)
- Indakhīla Sutta. Like a tuft of cotton-wool or a
ball of thistledown, wafted by every wind, are recluses and
Brahmins who do not understand, as they really are, the facts
of Ill; like an indakhīla, unshakable, unquakable, are those
who do so understand. (S.v.443-5).
- Indakūta. A peak near Rājagaha, the abode of the
yakkha Indaka. The Buddha once lived there. (S.i.206).
- Indapatta (Indapattana, Indapattha)
- Indasama. A king of thirteen kappas ago; a previous
birth of Setuccha Thera (ThagA.ii.207), also called Khajjakadāyaka
- Indasamānagotta Jātaka
- Indavarī. Chief among the lay-women who supported
Nārada Buddha (Bu.x.25).
- Indranagarī. The capital of Indra (Cv.lxxxviii.121),
evidently another name for Amarāvatī.
- Indriya Jātaka (No. 423)
- Indriya Sutta
- Indriyabhāvanā Sutta
- Indriyagocara Sutta
- Indriyakathā. The fourth division of the Mahāvagga
of the Patisambhidāmagga (ii., pp.1-35).
- Indriyāni Sutta. There are four indriyas: saddhā,
viriya, sati and samādhi (A.ii.141).
- Ingirīsi. The Pāli name for the English. E.g., Cv.ci.29.
- Īsādantā. A class of elephants mentioned with Hemavatas
and others (Vv.xx.9). They have trunks like the poles of a carriage,
slightly curved (VvA.104).
- Isayo Ara˝˝akā (or Gandha)
- Isayo Samuddakā (or
- Isibhatta Thera. Brother of
- Isibhūmangana. A spot in Anurādhapura where half
the relics of Mahinda were buried by King Uttiya (Mhv.Xx.46).
The Dīpavamsa (xvii.109) calls it Isibhūmi.
- Isidāsī Therī
- Isidatta Sutta
- Isigana. Perhaps the name of a Pacceka Buddha, whom
the Bodhisatta once reviled. The reading is, however, very uncertain.
Ap.i.299; see footnote.
- Isigili Sutta
- Isindā. A tribe mentioned in a list of various tribes.
- Isisinga. A hermit, the son
of the Bodhisatta and a doe. His story is related in the
Alambusā Jātaka and
in the Nalinikā Jātaka.
- Issā Sutta. The nun who is possessed of five qualities,
including envy, goes to hell without any doubt (A.iii.140).
- Issāpakata-itthi Vatthu
- Issara Sutta
- Issariya. A Tamil general whom Dutthagāmani subdued
at Hālakola (Mhv.Xxv.11).
- Issatta Sutta
- Issukī Sutta. A woman who is faithless, shameless,
unscrupulous, envious and of weak wisdom is reborn in purgatory
- Itthā Sutta
- Itthi Vagga. The seventh section of the Eka Nipāta
of the Jātakakatthakathā. J. i.285-315.
- Ittiya. See Itthiya.