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The Dhammapada

 

Translated by Thanissaro Bhikkhu (Geoffrey DeGraff)


This translation was last revised December 3, 1999.


Copyright 1997, 1999 Thanissaro Bhikkhu. Reproduced by permssion from AccessToInsight.org.

 

Contents

Preface

Introduction

I. Pairs (1-20)

II. Heedfulness (21-32)

III. The Mind (33-43)

IV. Blossoms (44-59)

V. Fools (60-75)

VI. The Wise (76-89)

VII. Arahants (90-99)

VIII. Thousands (100-115)

IX. Evil (116-128)

X. The Rod (129-145)

XI. Aging (146-156)

XII. Self (157-166)

XIII. Worlds (167-178)

XIV. Awakened (179-196)

XV. Happy (197-208)

XVI. Dear Ones (209-220)

XVII. Anger (221-234)

XVIII. Impurities (235-255)

XIX. The Judge (256-272)

XX. The Path (273-289)

XXI. Miscellany (290-305)

XXII. Hell (306-319)

XXIII. Elephants (320-333)

XXIV. Craving (334-359)

XXV. Monks (360-382)

XXVI. Brahmins (383-423)

Historical Notes

End Notes

Glossary

Abbreviations

Bibliography

 


This page was published January 2, 2000.

 
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