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  Bhikkhu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Pāli, a bhikkhu (male) or bhikkhuni (female) is a fully ordained Buddhist monk.
A bhikkhu has taken a vow to enter the Sangha (Buddhist monastic community) and is expected to obey rules of conduct (typically around 253 for a male) as set out in the Vinaya, although there are considerable local variations in the interpretations of these rules.
The minimum age to take bhikkhu vows is 21 years.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bhikkhu   (193 words)

 Bhikkhu Patimokkha
Should any bhikkhu, overcome by lust, with altered mind, engage in bodily contact with a woman, or in holding her hand, holding a lock of her hair, or caressing any of her limbs, it entails initial and subsequent meetings of the Community.
That bhikkhu is not an exponent of the Dhamma and he is not an exponent of the Vinaya.
And should that bhikkhu, thus admonished by the bhikkhus, say about the bhikkhus, "The bhikkhus are prejudiced by favoritism, prejudiced by aversion, prejudiced by delusion, prejudiced by fear, in that for this sort of offense they banish some and do not banish others," the bhikkhus are to admonish him thus: "Do not say that, Ven.
www.accesstoinsight.org /canon/vinaya/bhikkhu-pati.html   (7332 words)


Sammaditthi Sutta

Bhikkhu Nanamoli was born in England in 1905 and graduated from Exeter College, Oxford.
Bhikkhus, just as the dawn is the forerunner and first indication of the rising of the sun, so is right view the forerunner and first indication of wholesome states.
Its expositor is the Venerable Sariputta Thera, the Buddha's chief disciple and the foremost of the Master's bhikkhu disciples in the exercise of the faculty of wisdom.
web.mit.edu /stclair/www/sammaditthi.html   (5354 words)

 Bhikkhu - Free Encyclopedia of Thelema
A bhikkhu (male) or bhikkhuni (female) is a fully ordained Buddhist monk.
Originating in the Pali language, the word literally translates to "one who begs," but it also has several other meanings, one of which is "one who discerns the fears of the round of rebirths." Despite the "he who begs" definition, bhikkus do not beg.
By taking vows a bhikkhu has entered the community of Sangha (Buddhist monastic community) and is expected to obey rules of conduct (typically around 253 for a male) known as the Vinaya, although there are considerable local variations in the interpretations of these rules.
www.egnu.org /thelema/index.php/Bhikkhu   (150 words)

 Patimokkha - the Bhikkhus' Code of Discipline   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
In case a bhikkhu living in dependence on a certain village or town is a corrupter of families, a man of depraved conduct -- whose depraved conduct is both seen and heard about, and the families he has corrupted are both seen and heard about -- the bhikkhus are to admonish him thus: "You, Ven.
When a bhikkhu has finished his robe-making and the frame is destroyed (his kathina privileges are in abeyance): If he dwells apart from (any of) his three robes even for one night -- unless authorized by the bhikkhus -- it is to be forfeited and confessed.
Should any bhikkhu set a bed, bench, mattress, or stool belonging to the Community out in the open -- or have it set out -- and then on departing neither put it away nor have it put away, or should he go without taking leave, it is to be confessed.
www.geocities.com /mahindar.geo/patimoka.htm   (7472 words)

Should a bhikkhu intentionally steal or take what is not given, even if the thing taken is only worth a quarter of the lowest unit of currency officially used in a country, it entails a Parajika offence and he is no longer a bhikkhu.
Should a bhikkhu intentionally deprive a human being of his life or provide him with a lethal weapon for the purpose or encourage him to die, it entails a Parajika offence and he is no longer a bhikkhu.
Should a bhikkhu attempt to cause a schism in the Sangha, or should he persist in undertaking a legal process conducive to a schism in the Sangha, he should be admonished by other bhikkhus.
web.ukonline.co.uk /buddhism/ordinate.htm   (7775 words)

 Sangha: The Ideal World  Community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
A person is ordained a Bhikkhu or is admitted to the Sangha of monks in accordance with the rules of the Vinaya.
A Bhikkhu is classed as a Navaka, or a newly ordained one, if he has been admitted to the Order for not more than five years, and he is required to live in "Nissaya," or dependence, on an Acariya or teacher, that is, he is a dependent.
Thus, a novice twelve years of age may be an Arahant while an aged monk seventy years old may be only a worldling, not attaining even Sotapannaship, and a wise layman may achieve Arahantship in a period of an hour while many monks may strive in vain throughout their lives to secure the same.
www.saigon.com /~anson/ebud/ebdha062.htm   (4380 words)

 SBE 17: Tenth Khandhaka: Chapter 1
This Bhikkhu is offenceless; this Bhikkhu is not guilty of an offence.
This Bhikkhu is an offender; this Bhikkhu is not offenceless.
This Bhikkhu is expelled; this Bhikkhu is not unexpelled.
www.sacred-texts.com /bud/sbe17/sbe17106.htm   (1321 words)

 Buddhadasa Bhikkhu: brief biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Buddhadasa Bhikkhu (Servant of the Buddha) went forth as a bhikkhu (Buddhist monk) in 1926, at the age of twenty.
After a few years of study in Bangkok, which convinced him "purity is not to be found in the big city," he was inspired to live close with nature in order to investigate the Buddha-Dhamma.
Word of Buddhadasa Bhikkhu, his work, and Suan Mokkh spread over the years so that they are easily described as "one of the most influential events of Buddhist history in Siam." Here, we can only mention some of the most interesting services he has rendered Buddhism.
www.suanmokkh.org /tanaj1.htm   (802 words)

 Thanissaro Bhikkhu
The author recalls how Ajaan Fuang taught meditation to his students: he would give them just enough instruction to stay on-track, but would rarely "certify" them as having attained this or that level of jhana, thereby motivating them to develop self-reliance and ingenuity in their meditation.
In this article, adapted from a talk given at CIMC in 1996, Thanissaro Bhikkhu suggests that the heart of insight practice as taught by the Buddha consists of the skillful development of both jhanic concentration and mindfulness.
Refuge: an Introduction to the Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha, by Thanissaro Bhikkhu (2001; 220k/74pp.)
www.accesstoinsight.org /lib/authors/thanissaro   (4121 words)

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Should a bhikkhu knowingly pour water containing living beings into grass or earth, or should he have it so poured, it entails a Pacittiya offence.
Should a bhikkhu sit intruding on a couple in their bedroom, it entails Pacittiya offence.
Should a bhikkhu pick up a valuable or have it picked up, except when one finds in a monastery or in a dwelling one, it entails a Pacittiya offence.
www.buddhism.ndirect.co.uk /ordinate.htm   (7764 words)

The granddaughter of Visakha was filtering some water for the young bhikkhu, and when she saw her own reflection in the big water pot she smiled.
But, a bhikkhu does have his hair shaved, his finger nails and toe nails cut, and putting on a robe which is made up of cut pieces, he goes on alms-round with a bowl which is rimless.
When the girl heard that the Buddha had come again with five hundred bhikkhus, she wanted to go and listen to the discourse which would be given by the Buddha.
web.ukonline.co.uk /buddhism/dmpada2h.htm   (8477 words)

 ipedia.com: Sangha Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
In general, the term "sangha" refers to a community of bhikkhu (Buddhist monks) or bhikkhuni (Buddhist nuns) while savaka refers to a community of hearers/disciples but never Arahant.
The word which is usually translated as monk is bhikkhu in Pali or bhikshu in Sanskrit.
It literally means 'beggar', and it is traditional for bhikkhus to beg their food.
www.ipedia.com /sangha.html   (1090 words)

 Samyutta Nikaya   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
An excellent modern print translation of the complete Samyutta Nikaya is Bhikkhu Bodhi's The Connected Discourses of the Buddha: A New Translation of the Samyutta Nikaya (Boston: Wisdom Publications, 2000; originally published in two volumes, but now available in a single volume).
The suttas are numbered here by samyutta (chapter) and sutta, with the suttas numbered sequentially from the start of each samyutta, using the Rhys Davis and Woodward PTS English translations of the Samyutta Nikaya (The Book of the Kindred Sayings) as a guide.
Bhikkhu Sutta (SN XXII.36) -- The Monk (On Identifying with the Aggregates)
www.cambodianbuddhist.org /english/website/canon/samyutta   (5009 words)

 22. Mahàsatipaññhàna sutta- Pali   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Idha bhikkhave bhikkhu dhammesu dhammànupassi viharati pa¤casu nãvaraõesu.
Katha¤ca pana bhikkhave bhikkhu dhammesu dhammànupassã viharati pa¤casu upàdànakkhandhesu: idha bhikkhave bhikkhu 'iti råpaü, iti råpassa samudayo, iti råpassa atthaïgamo, iti vedanà.
Idha bhikkhave bhikkhu vivicceva kàmehi vivicca akusalehi dhammehi savitakkaü savicàraü vivekajaü pãtisukhaü pañhamaü jhànaü upasampajja viharati, vitakkavicàrànaü våpasamà ajjhattaü sampasàdanaü cetaso ekodibhàvaü avitakkaü avicàraü samàdhijaü pãtisukhaü dutiyaü jhànaü upasampajja viharati.
www.metta.lk /tipitaka/2Sutta-Pitaka/1Digha-Nikaya/Digha2/22-mahasatipatthana-p.htm   (5164 words)

 The Dhammapada: The Sutta-Nipâta: I. Uragavagga.
The Bhikkhu who discards all human passions is compared to a snake that casts his skin.--Text and translation in Fr.
He to whom there are no affections whatsoever, whose sins are extirpated from the root, that Bhikkhu leaves this and the further shore, as a snake (quits its) old worn out skin.
Such a Bhikkhu who has turned away from desire and attachment, and is possessed of understanding in this world, has (already) gone to the immortal peace, the unchangeable state of Nibbâna.
www.sacred-texts.com /bud/sbe10/sbe1033.htm   (7995 words)

 Audio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
This is contingent on finding time to do the necessary work, as well some help with funding.
The above talks by Buddhadasa Bhikkhu were encoded in RealAudio format.
In the following tapes, Santikaro Bhikkhu's voice is heard as the translator.
www.suanmokkh.org /audio_01.htm   (552 words)

 Going Forth
Climbing to the Top of the Mountain Another interview with Bhikkhu Bodhi on his return to his native USA
A Question of Skill Bhikkhu Thanissaro (Ajahn Geoff) talks about his life and work in an interview
Travel Note 13 by Bhikkhu Subhuti, aka as Jeremy Glick.
www.parami.org /duta/goforth.htm   (513 words)

Refuge: An Introduction To The Buddha, Dhamma, and Sangha By Thanissaro Bhikkhu
The Dhamma Truth Of Samatha Vipassana For the Nuclear Age By Buddhadasa Bhikkhu
The Wheel of Birth and Death By Bhikkhu Khantipalo
www.buddhistinformation.com /books.htm   (895 words)

 Anapanasati Encyclopedia Article, Information, History and Biography @ LaunchBase.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Meditation: The Buddhist Art of Tranquility and Insight.
A free e-book by Buddhadasa Bhikkhu on Anapanasati
Local Cache Updated: Sun Mar 5 08:40:12 2006
www.launchbase.com /encyclopedia/Anapanasati   (796 words)

 Buddhasasana - English Section   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Translated by Bhikkhu Nanamoli, edited and revised by Bhikkhu Bodhi
Nyanaponika Maha Thera: A Bhikkhu with intellectually convinced vision of Dhamma.
(*) In the footsteps of the 'Slave Of Buddha' (Bhikkhu Buddhadasa).
www.saigon.com /~anson/ebud/ebidx.htm   (1686 words)

 Mahindarama e-Buddhist Education Center
Edited and translated by Mahathera Narada and revised by Bhikkhu Bodhi
The Role of Kamma in Dying and Rebirth
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www.geocities.com /ekchew.geo   (573 words)

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