Dasuttara Sutta – Part 01 (In Sinhala)

Samadhi Buddha statue (1153 to 1186 AD), Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka

Samadhi Buddha statue (1153 to 1186 AD), Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka. Photograph by Hafiz Issadeen via Flickr

Dasuttara Sutta (In Sinhala) was the Sutta taken by Most Ven. U. Dhammajiva Maha Thero for the 97th residential meditation retreat at Mitirigala Nissaranavanaya Forest Monastery. 

Dasuttara Sutta is the 34th or the last Sutta of Digha Nikaya preached by the Chief Disciple Most Ven. Sariputta at the Gaggarāpokkharani in Campā, in the presence of the Lord Buddha. It is said that at the end of the discourse five hundred monks became Arahants. 

The Sutta consists of groups of doctrines – ten single doctrines, ten twofold doctrines, and so on up to ten tenfold. The Sutta is mentioned as describing the pārisuddhipadhāniyanga.

Dasuttara Sutta text in Sinhala is available at Thripitakaya.org. Please click the following link to read the text of the Sutta directly from Thripitakaya.org

Dasuttara Sutta Text in Sinhala

Please note that the recording had taken place in the middle of a lot of building construction work. It was not possible to remove all the noises of the construction work. 

To listen directly: Please left click on the link to listen directly. Once the link is clicked, you will be directed to a separate page containing the talk. Usually the file starts to play in that window. If it doesn’t you could highlight the browser window and click ‘reload this page’. It will start to play.

To download: You could download the file by right clicking on the link and then selecting “save as” from the drop down menu.

  1. 01 RET 97 Dasuttara Sutta_Q&A 01_08-07-2015
  2. 02 RET 97 Dasuttara sutta_Dhamma Talk 01_08-07-2015
  3. 03 RET 97 Dasuttara Sutta_Q&A 02_09-07-2015
  4. 04 RET 97 Dasuttara Sutta_Dhamma Talk 04_09-07-2015

Please click here to reach the other Dhamma series done by Most Ven U Dhammajiva Maha Thero.

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