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Academic Sutta Name Notes PSA Plae Vagga Nikaya PTS Keywords
J.427 Gijjha Jaataka Once the bodhisatva was a vulture in Gijjhapabbata. His son, Supatta, was king of the vultures. He was very strong and supported his parents. One day, against the advice of his father, he flew in the upper air and was dashed to death by the Veramba wind. The Jataka was related in reference to a disobedient monk of good family, who who objected to being instructed in his duties. The Caatudvaara Jaataka (J.439) was related in reference to the same monk. See also the Migalopa Jataka (J.381), the Dubbaca Jataka (J.116) and the Indasamanagotta Jataka (J.161). 59/602 Jaataka Khuddhaka J.iii.483ff. disobedience, stubbornness


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