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From among the attendant Yakkhas, some saluted the Blessed One, and sat on one side; some exchanged greetings with the Blessed One conversing in a friendly and courteous manner, and sat on one side; some saluted him with clasped hands, and sat on one side; some announced their name and lineage, and sat on one side; some sat on one side in silence. Then the great King Vessavana Skt. Vaisravana [3] , who was seated on one side, said to the Blessed One: "Venerable Sir bhante , there are eminent Yakkhas who are not pleased with the Blessed One, there are also eminent Yakkhas pleased with the Blessed One. There are Yakkhas of middle rank who are not pleased with the Blessed One, and there are those who are pleased with the Blessed One. There are Yakkhas of inferior rank who are not pleased with the Blessed One, and there are those who are pleased with the Blessed One. The Yakkhas, bhante, as a rule, are not pleased with the Blessed One.

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From among the attendant Yakkhas, some saluted the Blessed One, and sat on one side; some exchanged greetings with the Blessed One conversing in a friendly and courteous manner, and sat on one side; some saluted him with clasped hands, and sat on one side; some announced their name and lineage, and sat on one side; some sat on one side in silence. Then the great King Vessavana Skt. Vaisravana [3] , who was seated on one side, said to the Blessed One: "Venerable Sir bhante , there are eminent Yakkhas who are not pleased with the Blessed One, there are also eminent Yakkhas pleased with the Blessed One.

There are Yakkhas of middle rank who are not pleased with the Blessed One, and there are those who are pleased with the Blessed One. There are Yakkhas of inferior rank who are not pleased with the Blessed One, and there are those who are pleased with the Blessed One. The Yakkhas, bhante, as a rule, are not pleased with the Blessed One. What is the reason for this? To them such teaching is unpleasant and unpalatable. There are eminent Yakkhas who haunt these forests, who have no faith in the word of the Blessed One.

Then the great King Vessavana, knowing that the Blessed One had consented, recited the Atanatiya protection: 1. Homage to Sikhi the Buddha compassionate towards all beings. Homage to Kakusanda the Buddha , the conqueror of the five-fold host of Mara. Homage to Kassapa the Buddha who is fully freed from all defilements. The direction from which the sun rises is the East.

There exists the ocean deep and vast. They too, beholding the Buddha — Kinsman of the sun, mighty and fearless — salute him from afar: "Homage to thee, who art unique among mankind; glory to thee, the noblest among men. This we have often heard. We, therefore, request the Yakkhas to pay homage to Gotama, the Conqueror the Buddha.

The custodian of this quarter is a great king named Virulha who has a retinue of attendants, and is the sovereign lord of Kumbhandas.

Attended by the Kumbhandas he enjoys their song and dance. Eighty and ten and one are they, Inda their names, and mighty are they. The direction where the sun sets is the West. Spontaneously grown corn is there for them to enjoy. He also has celestial chariots, palaces, and palanquins. He has cities well built in the celestial regions. To the North, the city of Kapilavata, to the South [10] Janogha, and cities named Navanavati, Ambara-ambaravati and the kingdom of Alakamanda. Happy one addressing the Buddha , this Kuvera another name for Vessavana has a kingdom named Visna, therefore, the great king Kuvera is called Vessavana.

There are Yakkhas of this king who hold investigations and make them known. There in Visana kingdom lies the lake Dharani whence rain-clouds drawing water pour them forth. And there is also the hall named Bhagalavati where the Yakkhas assemble. On these trees there are multitudes of birds. There also is heard the cry of peacocks and herons, and the melodious song of kokilas the Indian cuckoo.

Live ye! The custodian of this quarter is a great king named Kuvera who has a retinue of attendants, and is sovereign lord of the Yakkhas. Attended by the Yakkhas he enjoys their songs and dance. Glory to thee, the noblest among men. He will not be able to attend the meetings of the Yakkhas. Further he would not be accepted or given in marriage, he would be reproached by casting remarks on his deformed teeth or eyes or any part of the body , and the non-humans would put an empty bowl over his head and split it head in seven pieces.

They are called rebels against the four great kings. Even as in the kingdom of Magadha, the thieves heed neither the king of Magadha, nor the ministers, nor their attendants, and are called rebels against the king of Magadha, so there are non-humans who are fierce The four great kings arose from their seats, and saluting the Blessed One, circled round him on his right side, and there and then vanished.

From among the attendant Yakkhas some arose from their seats, and saluted the Blessed One, circled round him on his right side, and there and then vanished; some exchanged greetings with the Blessed One conversing in a friendly and courteous manner, and there and then vanished; some saluted the Blessed One with clasped hands, and there and then vanished; some announced their name and lineage, and there and then vanished; some in silence there and then vanished.

When the night had passed the Blessed One addressed the monks: The Buddha related to the monks word for word what has been said by the great King Vessavana, see above. This Atanata protection, monks, pertains to your welfare, and by virtue of it, monks and nuns, laymen and laywomen may live at ease, guarded, protected, and unharmed.

Those monks glad at heart rejoiced at the words of the Blessed One. Notes 1. They are Dhatarattha, Virulha, Virupakkha, and Vessavana, presiding over the four quarters in the celestial regions. Vessavana, king of the Northern quarter, according to the Commentary, was familiar with the Buddha, expert in conversation and well-disciplined, and thus he became the spokesman.

Kuvera is another name for Vessavana. According to Dighanikaya-attakatha-tika vol iii, p. They approached the Buddha with the intention of obtaining his approval in which event, they felt, that this Paritta will attain a revered position: "satthu kathite imam parittam garu bhavissatiti pi aha" Comy.

Learn, ugganhatha: There is nothing for the Buddha to learn afresh. As the Commentary says, it was to create an opportunity for the Buddha to listen to the discourse, "Imam parittam savetum okasam karonto evamha.

Vijja-carana: literally science and conduct. From the 13th stanza I have adopted the method of numbering the stanzas in consecutive order. Kusalena, an unusual phrase: "omniscience," "pure wisdom," "sublime wisdom" Comy. Na piniyanti, literally they do not carry the plough. Tam pittim abhiruyha, mounting on the back Comy. Etassa aparabhage Com. You may copy, reformat, reprint, republish, and redistribute this work in any medium whatsoever, provided that: 1 you only make such copies, etc.

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Edit Introduction: Tantra, magic spells etc are generally not mentioned in the Theravada Buddhism. And also, if anyone of these non-humans does not agree, then names of the chief commanders are given in this sutta, in order to summon them to take care of the situation. Anyone can recite this and take benefit from it in order to get rid of evil. Here two version are provided. The older one is in old English. Pali version is also provided.

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