Dasuttara Sutta – Part 72

Dasuttara Sutta was continued by Most Ven. U. Dhammajiva Maha Thero during the 191st residential retreat at Mitirigala Nissaranavanaya Forest Monastery. The Maha Thero continued the long series on Dasuttara Sutta for the 72nd occasion at this 05 days long retreat during early October 2018.

Dasuttara is the last (thirty fourth) Sutta of the Digha Nikaya, preached by Arahanth Sariputta at the Gaggarapokkharani in Campa, in the presence of the Lord Buddha. It consists of groups of doctrines – ten single doctrines, ten twofold doctrines, and so on up to ten tenfold (D.iii.272). It is said  that at the end of the discourse five hundred monks became Arahants.

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

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  1. 01. RET 191 Dasuttara Sutta – Part 72_Q&A 01_08-10-2018
  2. 02. RET 191 Dasuttara Sutta – Part 72_Dhamma Talk 01_08-10-2018
  3. 03. RET 191 Dasuttara Sutta – Part 72_Q&A 02_09-10-2018
  4. 04. RET 191 Dasuttara Sutta – Part 72_Dhamma Talk 02_09-10-2018
  5. 05. RET 191 Dasuttara Sutta – Part 72_Q&A 03_10-10-2018
  6. 06. RET 191 Dasuttara Sutta – Part 72_Q&A 04_11-10-2018
  7. 07. RET 191 Dasuttara Sutta – Part 72_Dhamma Talk 03_11-10-2018

Dasuttara Sutta – Part 72 completed.

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