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The Pāḷi Canon is a compilation of scriptures that preserve the earliest record of the teachings attributed to the Buddha in the Pāḷi language. It is also called the Pāḷi Tipiṭaka since it is divided in three sections (tipiṭaka, "three baskets") of teachings, such as, the Discipline Basket (Vinaya Piṭaka), Discourse Basket (Sutta Piṭaka) & Higher Teachings Basket (Abhidhamma Piṭaka).

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As a duty of children, how to transfer merits to parents after their death?
asked Mar 19 by seeker
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What are some Buddhist practices which would make someone a better decision maker? Does Sila improve the right view thus enabling better decisions, thoughts?
asked Mar 25 '17 by seeker
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A detailed answer with references is highly appreciated!
asked Apr 13 '16 by seeker
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Yes in several places Pali Canon says to help one's relatives such as parents. In the Mangala Sutta in one stanza says to support mother, father and cherish wife and children while in another stanza s …
answered Feb 8 '16 by seeker
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Jatila brothers who had thousand disciples had some relationship with Lord Buddha. But they had evil intentions inside. But Lord Buddha knew their evil intentions. But they soon realized Lord Buddha w …
answered Jul 17 '15 by seeker
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The first Sutta preached by Lord Buddha was Dhamma Chakka Pawaththana Sutta, the sutta which is about the Four Noble Truths. You can read it in detail here. The sutta was preached to the Five Ascetics …
answered Jul 16 '15 by seeker
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I have read a person without senses cannot attain arhatship or even go through the noble eight fold path. But the story of Chakkupala thero confuses me somewhat
asked Apr 15 '17 by seeker
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Actually for the followers, it is more about doing what they have to do for the closed ones as preached in Singalovada sutta. A good wife, a good son, a good friend can expect them to get rebirth in h …
answered Jul 18 '15 by seeker
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It is said that as some of the previous Buddhas did not set the code of discipline, the Dhamma did not last.
asked Apr 11 '16 by seeker
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What are the teachings from Pali canon on negotiation in a business or social context? I have read tips such as not to make a false negative attitude on someone's property and acquire it. It is a form …
asked Aug 17 '15 by seeker
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An elaborated answer on meaningless speech as in ten unwholesome acts is expected
asked Apr 23 '16 by seeker
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For an example when the practitioner wants every being to become free from sorrow, does it actually create a difference? At least when the practitioner concentrates on someone close to himself/herself …
asked Apr 6 '16 by seeker
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Can the teaching be reduced to Paticca Samuppada? Has lord Buddha preached so in any Sutta? During vipassana meditation, the practitioner focuses on impermanence, dissatisfaction and non-self. After t …
asked Oct 15 '15 by seeker
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Has lord Buddha preached not to get angry even if limbs are cut if you are a real follower of me? If so, please quote from the relevant sutta
asked Jul 27 '16 by seeker