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The Pali word that's translated "lion's roar" is sīhanāda. This dictionary lists a few Pali suttas where it's found, and gives a definition as, sīhanāda : (m.) lion's roar; a brave speech. I think's it meant to imply unafraid or confident, and not just loud. Google suggests it's used in Tibetan teaching too, in a phrase or doctrine related to ...


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Vinaya, Mahavagga, Uruvelapāṭihāriyakathā good householder. Can "anonymous" serve anonymous else? It would be much better to approach Ajahn gratefully personal.


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