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AN 1:14 Etadaggavaggo, transl. by Ayya Uppalavaṇṇā

AN 01.v14 PTS: AN.i.023 CS: sut.an.01.v14 Sltp: AN 1.14

14. Etadaggavaggo

These are the foremost

translated from the Pali by

Ayya Uppalavaṇṇā from Galle (edited edition)

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Aṅguttara Nikāya

1. Ekakanipāta

14. Etadaggavaggo

These are the foremost

1. Paṭhama vagga

[188] Bhikkhus, out of my disciples Kondañña who knows realized first.

[189] Sāriputta is foremost for great wisdom.

[190] Mahāmoggallāna for supernormal powers.

[191] Mahakassapa for observing austerities.

[192] Anuruddha for the heavenly eye.

[193] The son of Kaligodhaya for birth in high families.

[194] Lakuṇḍaka Bhaddhiya for lacking in charm.

[195] Piṇḍola Bharadvaja for the lion's roar

[196] Puṇṇa Mantaniputta to give a dhamma talk.

[197] Mahakaccana to explain in short.

2. Dutiya vagga

[198] Bhikkhus, out of my disciples Culapantaka is foremost for creating mental images.

[199] Culapantaka for rolling back the mind.

[200] Mahapantaka for rolling back perceptions.

[201] Subhuti for dwellling in the forest.

[202] Subhuti for receiving gifts.

[203] Revata Khadiravaniya to gain the forest perception

[204] Kankharevata for attaining janas

[205] Sona Kolivisa for aroused effort.

[206] Sona Kotikanna for polite speech.

[207] Sivali for gains.

[208] Vakkali for release through faith.

3. Tatiya vagga

[209] Bhikkhus, out of my disciples, Rāhula is foremost for desiring the training.

[210] Ratthapala for going forth out of faith.

[211] Kuṇḍadana for receiving the first morsels.

[212] Vangisa for explaining the Teaching.

[213] Upasena Vangantaputta for friendliness all round.

[214] Dabba Mallaputta for the preparation of beds and seats.

[215] Pilindavaccha for adoration by the gods.

[216] Bahiya Daruciriya for realizing the Teaching instantly.

[217] Kumarakassapa to make friendly verbal arrangements

[218] Mahakottita for analytical knowledge

4. Catuttha vagga

[219] Bhikkhus, out of my disciples Ānanda is the foremost for learnedness.

[220] Ānanda for mindfulness.

[221] Ānanda for correct behaviour.

[222] Ānanda for courage.

[223] Ānanda for attending on others.

[224] Uruwela Kassapa for a large number of followers.

[225] Kāludayi to reconcile clans.

[226] Bakula for few ailments.

[227] Sobhita for recollecting previous births.

[228] Upali for retaining the discipline.

[229] Nandaka for advising bhikkhunis.

[230] Nanda for protecting the sense doors.

[231] Mahakappina for advising the bhikkhus.

[232] Sagata for entering the fire element.

[233] Rādha for explaining the Teaching.

[234] Mogharaja for wearing rough robes

5. Pañcama vagga

[235] Bhikkhus, out of my bhikkhuni disciples Mahapajāpati is the first to realize arahantship.

[236] Khemā for high wisdom.

[237] Uppalavannā for psychic powers.

[238] Patacarā for keeping the discipline.

[239] Dhammadinnā for explaining the Teaching.

[240] Nandā for attaining jhana,

[241] Sonā for aroused effort.

[242] Bakulā for the heavenly eye.

[243] Bhaddā Kundalakesā for realizing the Teaching instantly

[244] Baddha Kapilāni for recollecting previous births.

[245] Baddha Kaccānā for great wisdom.

[246] Kisagotamī for wearing rough robes.

[247] Singālakamātā for release through faith.

6. Cattha vagga

[248] Bhikkhus out of my lay disciples the first to take the three refuges are Tapassu and Balluka, the tradesmen

[249] Anāthapiṇḍika, that is the householder Sudatta is the foremost lay devotee.

[250] Citta Macchikasandika the householder for explaining the Teaching.

[251] Hatthaka Ālavaka to establish liberality, kind speech, leading an useful life and a state of equality among the others.

[252] Mahanāma the Sakya is the foremost distinguished devotee.

[253] Ugga the householder of Vesāli the most pleasant devotee.

[254] Uggata the householder of Hatthigāma for attending on the Community.

[255] Surambaṭṭha for reconcillation

[256] Jīvaka Komārabhacca for pleasantness to all persons.

[257] Nakulapita the householder the best confide

7. Sattama vagga

[258] Bhikkhus, out of my lay female disciples the first to take the three refuges is Sujāta the daughter of

Seniya

[259] Visakhā the mother of Migāra is the foremost female devotee.

[260] Kujjuttarā the most learned.

[261] Samawathie for developing loving kindness.

[262] Uttaranandamātā for jhanas.

[263] Suppavāsa the daughter of the Koliyas the most pleasant devotee.

[264] Suppiyā the female lay devotee for attending on the sick.

[265] Katiyāni for permanent pleasantness.

[266] Nakulamāta, the householder's wife for undivided pleasantness.

[267] Kāli Kulagharikā, the female lay devotee for adhering to hearsay.

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