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Impeachment Motion to be Moved Against CJI Dipak Misra: Reports


According to Times Now, the draft on impeachment motion against CJI has
been signed by Kapil Sibal, Ghulam Nabi Azad and many other leading
Congress leaders. NCP's Majeed Memon has also signed the same.

SC / ST students in Himachal school told to sit
outside, watch Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) 's' Pariksha
par Charcha '


The verdict of the Supreme Court's two-judge bench stating that the
SC / ST Atrocities Act 1989 is being misused - and a lot of checks are
needed to prevent such misuse - will have huge implications on SC / ST
assertion in the country. The judgment was made possible by the Centers
failure to place before the court the complete facts pertaining to
atrocities against SC / STs. It also did not apprise the court of the
details of the conviction rate in such cases.

For once, Amit Shah has spoken the truth !?

Amit Shah said that if there was a competition for the most corrupt
government, “Yeddyurappa government would be number one and hence BJP is known as Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths

http://www.orgsites.com/oh/awakenedone/

Awakeness Practices

All 84,000 Khandas As Found in the Pali Suttas

Traditionally
the are 84,000 Dharma Doors - 84,000 ways to get Awakeness. Maybe so;
certainly the Buddha taught a large number of practices that lead to
Awakeness. This web page attempts to catalog those found in the Pali
Suttas (DN, MN, SN, AN, Ud & Sn 1). There are 3 sections:

The
discourses of Buddha are divided into 84,000, as to separate addresses.
The division includes all that was spoken by Buddha.â € I received from
Buddha, "said Ananda," 82,000 Khandas, and from the priests 2000; thesis
are 84,000 Khandas maintained by me. They are divided into 275,250, as
to the stanzas of the original text, and into 361,550, as to the
stanzas of the commentary. All the discourses including both those of
Buddha and those of the commentator, are divided into 2,547 banawaras,
containing 737,000 stanzas, and 29,368,000 separate letters.

http://www.buddha-vacana.org/

BuddhaSasana-The Home of Pali

Buddha Vacana
- The words of the Buddha -
Classical Buddhism (Teachings of the Awakened One with Awareness) belong to the world, and everyone have exclusive rights:

is
the most Positive Energy of informative and research oriented site
propagating the teachings of the Awakened One with Awareness the Buddha
and on Techno-Politico-Socio Transformation and Economic Emancipation
Movement followed by millions of people all over the world.

Rendering
exact translation as a lesson of this University in one's mother tongue
to this Google Translation https://translate.google.com and propagation
entitles to become a Stream Enterer (Sottapanna) and to attain Eternal
Bliss as a final goal. Analytic Insight-Net - FREE Online Analytic
Insight-Net Tipiá¹aka Research & Practice University and related NEWS
through â € ¨http: //sarvajan.ambedkar.org â € ¨inâ € ¨ 105 CLASSICAL LANGUAGES

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Vigilance practices

All 84,000 Khandas as found in the Pali Suttas

Traditionally there are 84,000 dharma doors - 84,000 ways of attaining awakening. Maybe like this; surely the Buddha taught a great number of awakening practices. This website tries to catalog those found in the Pali Suttas (DN, MN, SN, AN, Ud & Sn 1). There are 3 sections:

The Buddha's discourses are divided into 84,000 to separate addresses. The
Classification includes everything that has been spoken of the Buddha. "I
received from Buddha, ”said Ananda,“ 82,000 khandas and from the priests
2000; the
are 84,000 khandas that are cultivated by me. "You are at 275,250,
in terms of the stanzas of the original text, and in 361,550 in terms of
divided into stanzas of the commentary. All discourses, both those of Buddha and those of the commentator,
are in 2,547 Banawas, with 737,000 stanzas and 29,368,000 individual ones
Divided letters.

http://www.buddha-vacana.org/

BuddhaSasana-The House of Pali

Buddha Vacana
- The words of the Buddha -
Classical Buddhism (teachings of the awakened with consciousness) are part of the world, and everyone has exclusive rights:

is the most positive energy of an informative and
research-oriented website that shares the teachings of the awakened with the
Consciousness of the Buddha and the Techno-Politico-Socio-Transformation and
propagated by the economic emancipation movement, followed by
Millions of people around the world.

The
exact translation as a lesson in this university in the
Native language of this Google translation to https://translate.google.com
Broadcast and broadcast authorized to Stream Enterer
(Sottapanna) to become and eternal bliss as the ultimate goal
to reach. Analytic Insight-Net - Free Online Analytic Insight-Net
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Buddha Vacana
- The words of the Buddha -
Learn Pali online for free and easily.

These
Website is dedicated to those who want the Buddha's words better
want to understand by learning the basics of the Pali language, however
don't have much time for that. The
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not understanding all the minute details of grammatical rules
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grammatical theory contested such things as numerous
Includes declinations and conjugations.

In
In this case it is enough to limit yourself to just that
To learn the meaning of the most important Pali words because the repetitive
Experience of reading an empirical and intuitive understanding of the
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Choose the time, duration, frequency, content and depth of your own study.

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Sutta Piá¹aka -Digha NikÄ ya

DN 9 -
Poá¹á¹hapÄ da sutta
{Abstract}
- The questions of Poá¹á¹hapÄ da -

Poá¹á¹hapÄ da asks various questions related to the nature of Saà ± à ± a.
Note: plain text

http://www.buddha-vacana.org/suttapitaka.html
Sutta Piá¹aka
- The basket of discourses -
[sutta: discourse]

The Sutta Piá¹aka contains the essence of the Buddha's teaching on the Dhamma. It contains more than ten thousand suttas. It is divided into five collections called NikÄ yas.

DÄ «gha NikÄ ya
[dÄ «gha: long] The DÄ« gha NikÄ ya collects 34 of the longest lectures given by the Buddha. There are various indications that many of the
late additions to the original corpus and questionable ones
Authenticity is all about.
Majjhima NikÄ ya
[majjhima: medium] The Majjhima NikÄ ya collects 152 lectures of the Buddha
of medium length, dealing with various matters
deal.
Saṃyutta NikÄ ya
[samyutta: group] The Saṃyutta NikÄ ya collects the suttas according to their subject in 56 subgroups, which are called Saṃyuttas. It contains more than three thousand discourses of variable length but usually relatively short.
Aá¹ guttara NikÄ ya

[aá¹ g: factor | uttara:
additional] The Aá¹ guttara NikÄ ya is divided into eleven subgroups,
which are called nipÄ tas. Each of them gathers discourses that made up
Listings of an additional factor to those of the
previous nipÄ ta exist. It contains thousands of suttas, which are usually short.

Khuddaka NikÄ ya

[Khuddha:
short, small] The Khuddhaka NikÄ ya short texts and is considered to be made up of two
Layers together: Dhammapada, UdÄ na, Itivuttaka, Sutta NipÄ ta,
TheragÄ thÄ -TherÄ «gÄ thÄ and JÄ taka form the old layers while
other books are late additions and their authenticity is more questionable.

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Pali formulas

The
The point of view on which this work is based is that the passages of the
Suttas reported most often by the Buddha in
repeated all four NikÄ yas are regarded as an indication of that
what he finds most interesting about his teaching and at the same time what his real words represent with the greatest accuracy. Eight of them are explained in the Gaá¹ ‡ aka-MoggallÄ na Sutta (MN 107) and
described as Sekha Paá¹ipadÄ or path for one under training who
guides the neophyte practically up to the fourth century.

Sekha Paá¹ipadÄ - The path for one under training

Twelve formulas that define step by step the main exercises prescribed by the Buddha. It is fundamental to anyone who is successful
I want to make progress because it contains the instructions that need it
Meditators enable the indispensable conditions for one
to create efficient practice.

Ä € nÄ pÄ nassati - awareness of the breath
The practice of Ä € nÄ pÄ nassati is widely used by the Buddha for all kinds of
Wholesome uses are recommended and here you can read the instructions he gave
there, understand exactly.
Anussati - The memories
Here we have the standard description of the Buddha (â ‰ ˆ140 occ.), The Dhamma (â ‰ ˆ90 occ.) And the Sangha (â ‰ ˆ45 occ.).
AppamÄ á¹ ‡ Ä Cetovimutti - The limitless liberation of the mind
The Buddha often praises the practice of the four appamÄ á¹ ‡ Ä cetovimutti, the
are known to provide protection from danger and a way to
To be Brahmaloka.
Arahatta - arahantship
This is the share formula used in the suttas to describe attaining arahantship.
Ariya SÄ «lakkhandha - The noble aggregate of virtue
Various rules to be followed by bhikkhus.
ArÅ «pajjhÄ nÄ - The Formless JhÄ nas
Here are the share formulas that the absorptions of SamÄ dhi are beyond
of the fourth century described in the late Pali literature as
arÅ «pajjhÄ nas.
Ä € savÄ naṃ Khayaà ± Ä á¹ ‡ a - knowledge of the destruction of the Asavas
Knowledge of the destruction of the Asavas: Arahantship.
Bhojane Mattaà ± à ± utÄ - moderation in Essen
Moderation in food: eating the right amount.
CattÄ ro JhÄ nÄ - The four JhÄ nas
The four years: a comfortable stay.
Indriyesu GuttadvÄ ratÄ - surveillance at the entrance of the sensory faculties
Guard at the entrance to the sensory faculties: Sensory restriction.
JÄ gariyaṃ Anuyoga - devotion to wakefulness
Devotion to alertness: day and night.
Kammassakomhi - I am my own kamma
This formula explains one of the cornerstones of the Buddha's teaching: a subjective version of the law of cause and effect.
NÄ «varaá¹ ‡ Ä naṃ PahÄ na - removal of obstacles
Elimination of obstacles: overcoming mental states.
PabbajjÄ - Leaving
Going out: How to choose to renounce the world.
PubbenivÄ sÄ nussatià ± Ä á¹ ‡ a - knowledge of the memory of previous places of residence
Knowledge of memory of previous places of residence: memory of past lives.
Satipaá¹á¹hÄ na - presence of consciousness
These are the formulas by which the Buddha briefly defines what the four satipaá¹á¹hÄ nas are (â ‰ ˆ33 occ.).
Satisampajaà ± à ± a - mindfulness and thorough understanding
Mindfulness and thorough understanding: an uninterrupted practice.
Satta saddhammÄ - Seven good qualities
Seven basic qualities that the trainee must master in order to be successful. Four of these qualities also appear among the five spiritual indriyas and the five balas.
SattÄ naṃ CutÅ «papÄ taà ± Ä á¹ ‡ a - knowledge about the rebirth of the dice beings
Knowledge of the rebirth of the dice beings.
SÄ «lasampatti - achievement in virtue
Achievement in virtue: careful observance of the PÄ timokkha rules.
Vivitta SenÄ sanena Bhajana - retreat to remote apartments
Choosing a suitable location and adopting the right one
Physical and mental attitude is another requirement for
a successful practice.
Bodhi leaf

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PÄ timokkha
- The guidelines of the bhikkhu -

These are the 227 guidelines every bhikkhu must memorize in the Pali language in order to be able to recite them. Here (hopefully) a semantic analysis of each guideline is provided.

PÄ rÄ jika 1

    

Should be a bhikkhu - one involved in the formation and livelihood of the
Bhikkhus participates without giving up training, without his
To have declared weakness - even with a female
Have sexual intercourse, he is defeated and no longer in the
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PÄ rÄ jika 1yo pana bhikkhu bhikkhÅ «naṃ sikkhÄ s sÄ jÄ« va samápanno sikkháa
paccakkhÄ ya du b balyya anavi katvÄ methuna dhamma paà ± iseveyya antamaso
tiracchana gatÄ ya pi pÄ rÄ jiko hoti a saÄ «vaso. Should be a bhikkhu - who is involved in the training and livelihood of the
Bhikkhus attends without giving up training, without his
To have declared weakness - even with a female
Have sexual intercourse, he is defeated and no longer in the
Belonging.yo pana bhikkhu Should be some bhikkhu
bhikkhÅ «naṃ sikkhÄ s â € ¢ Ä jÄ« va  · samÄ panno Participation in the education and livelihood of the bhikkhus,
sikkhaṃ a  · paccakkhÄ ya without having given up the training,
du  · b  · balyaṃ anÄ vi  · katvÄ, without having explained his weakness
methunaṃ dhammaṃ paá¹iseveyya during sexual intercourse,