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brother of Getamo Buddho's father, 9, 55.
the third state of sanctification, signifying that which does not return; regene-
12, 13, 19.
from ana awa agan, without beginning or end; Buddho's discourse on
from "na" and "ótatthỏ” that which does not get heated or parched; the
a village in Rihano, not identified.
the wife of Mahanago the second brother of Déwánanpiyatisso, 82, 85, 110.
a wiháro, not identified, 225.
the ancient capital of Ceylon, founded by Anurádho, minister of Wijayo, 50,
minister of Wijayo, 50: brother of Bhaddakachchaná, 56, 57, 64, 65, 68.
the standard bearer of the king of Wangu, 44, 46.
one of the ancient divisions of India, not identified, 71, 73.
the discourse on non-procrastination, in the Khudakanikάyo of the Pitakattaya,
passim from "ari" foes (i. e. sinful passions,) and "hattattá" being des-
Nága king of Kásmir, 72: a lake in Kásmir, 72.
now Rittigulla, a mountain in Neurakaláwiya, 63, 64, 127; a wiháro there,
passim: the month of June-July, derives its name from one of the lunar
the first wife of Dhammásóko, 25, 122.
passim innumerable, surpassing computation.
from asiwisó the serpent, and upaman comparison, the parable of the serpent,
at Anuradhapura, 95.
the great Buddhistical emperor of India, subsequently called Dhammásókó, 21,
the wiharo built at Páțilipura by Asókó, 26, 33, 34, 39.
at Anuradhapura, 100.
passim the month of September-October, the name of one of the lunar
a wiháro and tank, not identified, 257.
Commentaries or explanatory discourses, the title of the sacred commentaries
also called Ujjéni, modern Oujein in India, 16, 76.
one of the Buddhistical schisms, 21.
passim: a messenger of a king, an executive officer.
tribute, also offerings in the yakkha religion, 230.
on the Ganges, the capital of Kási, the name derived from two tributary
the daughter of Amitódano the paternal uncle of Gótamo Buddho. By her
an Indian tribe, 2, 180.
at the Chétiyo mountain, 103.
a port in Róhano, supposed to be near the salt marshes of Hambantotte, 217.
a tank and wiháro, not identified, 257.
a sea port on the western coast, not identified, 227.
nephew of Eláro, 155, 156.
on the line of Dutthugámini's march, not identified, 151.
the circle or boundaries of the universe, 114.
from chakka, a wheel or circle, also the circle of the universe, and watti the ruler
Singhalese sapu (michelea champaka).
minister of Chandagutto, 21.
the Chandragupta of the Hindus, and the Sandracottus of the classics, 21.
in Róhana, not identified, 119, 120.
28, 31, 32.
son of Pandulo, 60, 61, 62, 65.
an earthen vessel, commonly called a chatty, 167.
the four kings of the Chatummahárájika heaven.
the quadrangular hall, the refectory of the priesthood at Anuradhapura, 87,
the mare yakkhini 63, (Déwi, the mother of Mahindo), 76.
the capital of Dakkhinagiri in India, 76.
passim an object of worship, whether an image, a tree, an edifice or a
8, the mountain and wiharo at Mihintallé near Anuradhapura.
a village to the southward of Anuradhapura, not identified, 109.
vide also Missako, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 122, 123, 124, 125, 128, 138,
a lake in the Himalayan regions, not identified, 22, 134.
a malabar who commanded at Mihiyangano, 150.
a tank, not identified, 237.
passim: one of the asterisms which gives its name to the month chitta March,--
(mother of Pandukábhayo), 56, vide Ummádachittá.
a théro of Bodhimando, 171.
a mountain and wiharo in Rohano, Singh. Sittulpow, not identified, 130, 143,
Singh. Soli, Solimanḍalum of the classics, comprising probably Mysore and
a mountain two yojanas to the southward of Anurádhapura, not identified, 68.
a wiharo on the Góno river, 216.
the parable of the footsteps of the small elephant, a discourse of Buddho
a dágoba in the heavenly mansions of Sakko, 106.
a mountain in Róhano, not identified, 214.
Singh. Sulagunupittiyé in Rohano, not identified, 146, 195.
passim from "Dhátu " and "gabbhan" the womb, receptacle, or shrine of a
in India, situated between Páṭilipura and A'wanti, the territory of Mahindo's
the parable of the messengers of the gods, one of Buddho's discourses in the
Adam's peak, 88, 89.
4, 68, 69, 70, 71, 77, 78, 96, 105, 106, 111, 117, 121, 122, 124, 130, 161.
passim from the root "déwa," rejoicing: celestial and felicitous beings
passim righteousness; also one of the three divisions of the Pitakattaya,
an edifice at Anuradhapura, 241.
Dhammachakkapawattanań the supremacy of Dhammo or religion, a discourse of Buddho in the
Suttapitako, 2, 74, 101.
the designation of one of the schisms in Buddhism, 21.
sections of Dhammo, the divisions of the Buddhistical scriptures, 201.
(a théro of Yóna) 71, 73; (a théro of Ujjéni) 171.
one of the schisms in Buddhism in Ceylon, 21.
a thero of Báránesi, 171.
emperor of India and the great patron of Buddhism, 23, 35, 37, 39, 69, 71,
78, 105, 110, 111, 112, 115, 116, 122, 185, 240, 256, vide Asókó.
a wiháro, not identified, 237, 257.
209; (another) 254; the rájá, 254, 255, 256, 261.
paternal uncle of Gótamo Buddho, 9.