. One of the villages given by Aggabodhi
IX. for the supply of medicinal gruel to the smaller monasteries
of Anurādhapura. Yābālagāma Cv.xlix.89.
. A ford in the Mahāvāluka-gangā. Yācitagāma Cv.lxxii.39.
Yad anicca Sutta
. A king of twenty seven kappas ago, a
former birth of Pannadāyaka. Yadatthīya Ap.i.229.
. A Tamil chief, ally of Kulasekhara. Yādhava Cv.lxxvi.163,
. A place in Ceylon, mentioned in the account
of the campaigns of Parakkamabāhu I. Yagālla Cv.lxx.105.
. The five advantages of gruel: it satisfies
hunger, keeps off thirst, regulates wind, cleanses the bladder,
and digests raw remnants of food. Yāgu Sutta A.iii.250.
. A sutta quoted in the Sutta
Sangaha (No. 61) from the Mahāvagga of the Vinaya Pitaka ( Yāgudānānumodanā Sutta Vin.i.220f.)
on the virtues of giving congey (yāgu). The MT. (p.666) calls
it Andhakavinda Sutta.
. Sakka asks the Buddha how best to
offer gifts, so as to gain great reward. The Buddha replies
that the gifts should be offered to the Order of monks. Yajamāna Sutta S. i.233.
. The tenth chapter of the Samyutta
Nikāya. Yakkha Samyutta S. i.206ff.
. A ford on the Mahāvāluka gangā.
Yakkhasūkaratittha Cv.lxxii.21; Cv.Trs.i.321, n.1.
. One of the seven sages who lived the holy
life and were reborn in the Brahma world. Yāmahanu J. vi.99.
. The story of the Yamakapātihāriya.
Yamakapātihāriya Vatthu DhA.iii.199-230.
. See Yamadaggi. Yāmataggi
. Derivatives of
. See Yañña Aññata
Kondañña. Mil. 236.
. A poem of twenty one stanzas in which
Bhūridatta describes to his brother Arittha the various kinds
of sacrifices and their futility. Yaññabhedavāda J. vi.205ff.
. King of Benares. See the
Yasapāni Dhammaddhaja Jātaka.
A khattiya of Candavatī, father of Anomadassī
Buddha. Yasavā 1. Bu.viii.17; J. i.36; DhA.i.105 calls him Yasavanta.
One of the palaces occupied by Mangala
Buddha. Yasavā 2. BuA.116.
. One of the chief lay supporters of Sumedha
Buddha. Yasava Bu.xii.25.
. A book by Tipitakālankāra Thera,
written at the request of Nyaung Ram Min. Yasavaddhanavatthu Bode, op. cit., 53.
. See Yasavā (1). Yasavanta
Yasoja (v.l. Yasojoti) Thera
. The story of Yasoja Sutta Yasoja
as given in the Udāna. SnA.i.312.
Yassam disam Sutta
. The name of a Pacceka Buddha. Yassasī M.iii.69;
. A vihāra in Rohana, where Yatthālayatissa
was born. Yatthālaya vihāra Mhv.xxii.10.
. A district in Malaya in Ceylon, mentioned
in the account of the wars between Gajabāhu and Parakkamabāhu
I. Yatthikanda Cv.lxx. 7, 9.
. Son of Brahmadatta and afterwards king of Benares.
For his story see the Mūsika Jātaka. Yava
. A name given in the Sutta Sangaha
(No.36) to the Jarā Sutta (2) (q.v.). Yāva-jarā Sutta
. An arahant. He was a barley reaper
(? yavasika) in the time of Sikhī Buddha, and one day, seeing
the Buddha on the road, he spread a sheaf of barley for his
seat. Yavakalāpīya Thera Ap.i.282.
. A village near Mithilā, the residence
of Amarādevī, wife of Mahosadha. Yavamajjhaka J. vi.365, 366; 330 says there
were villages of this name on the four sides of Mithilā.
Yavapālaka Vimāna Vatthu
Yo no cedam Sutta
. The eighth section of the
Yodha Vagga Rasavahinī.
. The Tathāgata has won security
from bondage, because he has abandoned desire for objects, etc.
Yogakkhema Sutta S.iv.85.
The eleventh chapter of the
Salāyatana Samyutta. Yogakkhema Vagga. S. iv.85ff.
. A Commentary by Vācissara. Yogavinicchaya Gv.68;
. With thirty
thousand others, he came from Alasandā to the Foundation Ceremony
of the Mahā Thūpa. Yona Mahādhammarakkhita Thera Mhv.xxix.39.
Yonā, Yavanā, Yonakā
. The third section of the
Yudhañjaya Vagga Cariyāpitaka.
. See Yuvañjaya. Yudhañjaya
Yuganaddha or Yuganandha Sutta
. The first chapter of the
. The Bodhisatta
born as the son of King Sabbadatta. See the
Yuvañjaya Jātaka. v.l. Yudhañjaya.