|Sutta Name||Nikaya||Vagga||Academic||PTS||PSA Plae||Keywords||Notes|
|Pu.n.novaada||Majjhima||Uparipa.n.naasa, Sa.laayatana Vagga||MN.145||M.iii.267ff.||23/436||sensual restraint, patience, location||The Buddha teaches to avoid finding the delight in the pleasures of the senses. On learning that Punna proposes to live in Sunaparanta, the Buddha warns him that the people there are fierce and violent. Punna says that even if they kill him, he will not bear them illwill, but would rejoice to be of use to them. He leaves for Sunaparanta with the Buddhas approval, and there gather around him five hundred disciples of either gender who have achieved arahantship. After Punnas death, the monks question the Buddha about him and the Buddha reveals that he had attained Nirvana.|
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