Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 7
Cambridge University Press for the Royal Asiatic Society, 1875 - Asia
Most years contain the Proceedings and Annual report of the society.
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aham Al-Fustat amantesi Ambapali Ananda Anuradhapura atapi Atha kho Bhagava ayam Baghatur Bhagava Bhagavantam Bhagavato bhante bhavissanti bhikkhave bhikkhu bhikkhave bhikkhunam patikankha bhikkhu billah Buddha Buddhist called Ceylon chief Chinese coin Dagaba dinar DSYZ dynasty E. T. E. Inedited Egypt ekamantam Emperor etad avoca evam feet hoti India inscription Juchi Kaidu Kalinga Khalifahs khardj kho ayasma king kistvaens land letter Licchavi lord Mahavamsa Mailla Manchus Misr Moggallana Mongols mountain Nakhi Nankoan Nissanka Malla Obverse omits Pali patikankha no parihani pearls Pekoan plural priest proverbs Pulastipura raja ramaniyam reign reverse ryot saddhim Samvatsara Sanskrit says Sigiri Sinhalese Sinhalese language Soret Ssanang Setzen stone struck tassa Tatars Thai-tsu translation tribes Tumour upasaka upasako Vajji Vajjinam venerable Tissa viharati vuddhi yeva bhikkhave Wangti wazifa wihara word Yavakivan ca bhikkhave yena yeva bhikkhave bhikkhunam zamindars
Page 334 - IN Xanadu did Kubla Khan A stately pleasure-dome decree: Where Alph, the sacred river, ran Through caverns measureless to man Down to a sunless sea. So twice five miles of fertile ground With walls and towers were girdled round...
Page 7 - ... Lord, I pray for admission as a deacon. Again, lord, I pray for admission as a deacon. A third time, lord, I pray for admission as a deacon. In compassion for me, lord, take these yellow robes, and let me be ordained, in order to the destruction of all sorrow, and in order to the attainment of Nirvana. To be repeated three times. [The President takes the bundle of robes.] In compassion for me, lord, give me those yellow robes, and let me be ordained, in order to the destruction of all sorrow,...
Page 13 - The candidate asks the priesthood for ordination under his superior the venerable Tissa. The assembly gives the candidate ordination under his superior the venerable Tissa. If any of the venerable assembly approves the ordination of the candidate under his superior the venerable Tissa, let him be silent; if any objects, let him speak. [The two tutors here again make obeisance to the President, and say,] The candidate has received ordination from the priesthood under his superior the venerable Tissa....
Page 9 - Abstinence from destroying life ; Abstinence from theft ; Abstinence from fornication and all uncleanness; Abstinence from lying; Abstinence from fermented liquor, spirits and strong drink which are a hindrance to merit; Abstinence from eating at forbidden times ; Abstinence from dancing, singing, and shows ; Abstinence from adorning and beautifying the person by the use of garlands, perfumes and unguents ; Abstinence from using a high or a large couch or seat ; Abstinence from receiving gold and...
Page 141 - Kharaj or Muhammadan Land Tax ; its Application to British India, and Effect on the Tenure of Land. By NBE Baillie.
Page 11 - Have you any such diseases as these? Leprosy? No, lord. Boils? No. lord. Itch? No, lord. Asthma? No, lord. Epilepsy? No, lord. Are you a human being? Yes, lord. Are you a male ? Yes, lord. Are you free from debt? Yes, lord. Are you exempt from military service? Yes, lord. Have you come with the permission of your parents? Yes, lord. Are you of the full age of twenty years? Yes, lord. Are your alms-bowl and robes complete? Yes, lord. What is your name? Lord, I am called Naga. What is the name of your...
Page 11 - It is so, lord. Go and stand there. [The candidate here retires, going backwards in a reverential posture, and stands at the lower corner of the assembly. The tutors remain in front of the President, and one of them says,] Priests, hear me. The candidate desires ordination under the venerable Tissa. Now is the time of the assembly of priests. I will instruct the candidate. [The tutors make obeisance to the President, and go down to the foot of the assembly, and join the candidate, whom they instruct...
Page 8 - ... kesa. Hair of the head, hair of the body, nails, teeth, skin — skin, teeth, nails, hair of the body, hair of the head. The candidate then rises up, and retires to throw off the dress of a layman, and to put on his yellow robes. While changing his dress he recites the following: In wisdom I put on the robes, as a protection against cold, as a protection against heat, as a protection against gadflies and musquitoes, wind and sun, and the touch of serpents, and to cover nakedness, te I wear them...
Page 12 - They inquire of the candidate as follows. Have you any such diseases as these? Leprosy? No, lord. Boils? No, lord. Itch? No, lord. Asthma? No, lord. Epilepsy? No, lord. Are you a human being? Yes, lord. Are you a male? Yes, lord. Are you a free man? Yes, lord. Are you free from debt? Yes, lord. Are you exempt from military service? Yes, lord. Have you come with the permission of your parents? Yes, lord. Are you of the full age of twenty years? Yes, lord. Are your alms-bowl and robes complete? Yes,...