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" Then I see no chariot, it is only a sound, a name. In saying that you came in a chariot you have uttered an untruth. I appeal to the nobles, and ask them if it be proper that the great king of all Jambudwipa should utter an untruth ? ' Rather neat, doubtless,... "
A Manual of Budhism, in Its Modern Development - Page 417
1880 - 566 pages
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 21

India - 1853 - 574 pages
...without any meaning. You have spoken an untruth. There is no Nagasena." Nagasena : " Did your mnjesty come here on foot or in a chariot?" Milinda: " In...that his majesty had not previously met with any one whoso arguments were so powerful, and nsked him what reply he would give. Milinda : " No untruth have...
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 21

India - 1853 - 580 pages
...is that which remains the chariot?" All these questions were answered in the negative. KiigHsena: " Then I see no chariot; it is only a sound, a name....ask them if it be proper that the great king of all .Tambudwipa should utter an untruth ?" The five hundred nobles who had accompanied the king declared...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 29

Literature - 1877 - 1212 pages
...the chariot ? " To all this the king said, " No." * Colebrooke Essays, vol. i. 417 (ed. Cowcll). " Then I see no chariot. It is only a sound, a name. In sayingthat you came in a chariot, you have uttered an untruth. I appeal to the. nobles, and ask them...
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Buddhism: Being a Sketch of the Life and Teachings of Gautama, the Buddha

Thomas William Rhys Davids - Buddha (The concept). - 1887 - 270 pages
...these out, does there remain anything which is the chariot ? ' To all this the king said, ' No.' ' Then I see no chariot, it is only a sound, a name....you came in a chariot you have uttered an untruth. I appeal to the nobles, and ask them if it be proper that the great king of all Jambudwipa should utter...
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A History of Civilization in Ancient India: Based on Sanscrit ..., Volume 2

Romesh Chunder Dutt - India - 1889 - 368 pages
...you leave these out, does there remain anything which is th chariot ? " King—" No. " Ndgasena — " Then I see no chariot, it is only a sound a name. In saying that you came in a chariot, you hav uttered an untruth. I appeal to the nobles, and ask them if it be proper that the great king of...
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The Bibliotheca Sacra, Volume 74

Religion - 1917 - 694 pages
...these out, does there remain anything which is the chariot?' " To all this the king said, ' No.' " ' Then I see no chariot, it is only a sound, a name,' said Nagasena. ' In saying that you came in a chariot you have uttered an untruth. I appeal to the...
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The Nineteenth Century and After, Volume 76, Part 2

Nineteenth century - 1914 - 728 pages
...you leave these out, does there remain anything which is the chariot? ' ' No,' replied the king. ' Then I see no chariot, it is only a sound, a name." 'No untruth have I uttered, venerable monk. The cover, wheels, seat, and other parts all united form...
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