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Rāhula Saṃyutta

Rāhula Saṃyutta

Paṭhama Vagga

The Eye, Etc.

Cakkhu Sutta SN 18.1 SN ii 244 Cakkhu Sutta
SN 18.1
SN ii 244
The Buddha answers Rāhula’s request by teaching on the internal sense organs in light of the three characteristics.

11 translations in other modern languages

1 edition of the root text

3 parallels in ancient texts

Sights, Etc.

Rūpa Sutta SN 18.2 SN ii 245 Rūpa Sutta
SN 18.2
SN ii 245
The Buddha answers Rāhula’s request by teaching on the external sense objects in light of the three characteristics.

11 translations in other modern languages

1 edition of the root text

3 parallels in ancient texts

Consciousness

Viññāṇa Sutta SN 18.3 SN ii 246 Viññāṇa Sutta
SN 18.3
SN ii 246
The Buddha answers Rāhula’s request by teaching on sense consciousness in light of the three characteristics.

11 translations in other modern languages

1 edition of the root text

3 parallels in ancient texts

Contact

Samphassa Sutta SN 18.4 SN ii 246 Samphassa Sutta
SN 18.4
SN ii 246
The Buddha answers Rāhula’s request by teaching on sense contact in light of the three characteristics.

10 translations in other modern languages

1 edition of the root text

3 parallels in ancient texts

Feeling

Vedanā Sutta SN 18.5 SN ii 247 Vedanā Sutta
SN 18.5
SN ii 247
The Buddha answers Rāhula’s request by teaching on feelings in light of the three characteristics.

10 translations in other modern languages

1 edition of the root text

3 parallels in ancient texts

Perceptions

Saññā Sutta SN 18.6 SN ii 247 Saññā Sutta
SN 18.6
SN ii 247
The Buddha answers Rāhula’s request by teaching on perceptions in light of the three characteristics.

10 translations in other modern languages

1 edition of the root text

1 parallel in ancient texts

Intention

Sañcetanā Sutta SN 18.7 SN ii 247 Sañcetanā Sutta
SN 18.7
SN ii 247
The Buddha answers Rāhula’s request by teaching on intentions in light of the three characteristics.

10 translations in other modern languages

1 edition of the root text

1 parallel in ancient texts

Craving

Taṇhā Sutta SN 18.8 SN ii 248 Taṇhā Sutta
SN 18.8
SN ii 248
The Buddha answers Rāhula’s request by teaching on cravings in light of the three characteristics.

10 translations in other modern languages

1 edition of the root text

1 parallel in ancient texts

Elements

Dhātu Sutta SN 18.9 SN ii 248 Dhātu Sutta
SN 18.9
SN ii 248
The Buddha answers Rāhula’s request by teaching on the four material elements in light of the three characteristics.

10 translations in other modern languages

1 edition of the root text

1 parallel in ancient texts

The Aggregates

Khandha Sutta SN 18.10 SN ii 249 Khandha Sutta
SN 18.10
SN ii 249
The Buddha answers Rāhula’s request by teaching on the five aggregates in light of the three characteristics.

11 translations in other modern languages

1 edition of the root text

1 parallel in ancient texts

Dutiya Vagga

The Eye, Etc.

Cakkhu Sutta SN 18.11 SN ii 249 Cakkhu Sutta
SN 18.11
SN ii 249
The Buddha teaches Rāhula about the internal sense organs in light of the three characteristics.

10 translations in other modern languages

1 edition of the root text

0 parallels in ancient texts

This text has no recorded parallels.

The Nine Discourses on Sights, Etc.

Rūpādisuttanavaka SN 18.12–20 pts-vp-pli2.251 Rūpādisuttanavaka
SN 18.12–20
pts-vp-pli2.251
The Buddha teaches Rāhula about the senses, aggregates, and elements in light of the three characteristics.

10 translations in other modern languages

1 edition of the root text

0 parallels in ancient texts

This text has no recorded parallels.

Tendency

Anusaya Sutta SN 18.21 SN ii 252 Anusaya Sutta
SN 18.21
SN ii 252
Rāhula asks how to see so that conceit no longer occurs. The Buddha teaches him to investigate the five aggregates in terms of not-self.

11 translations in other modern languages

1 edition of the root text

3 parallels in ancient texts

Rid of Conceit

Apagata Sutta SN 18.22 SN ii 253 Apagata Sutta
SN 18.22
SN ii 253
Rāhula asks how to see so conceit no longer occurs and one is peaceful. The Buddha teaches him to investigate the five aggregates in terms of not-self

10 translations in other modern languages

1 edition of the root text

3 parallels in ancient texts