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From the Holy Buddhist Tipitaka: Tittha Sutta - Various Sectarians 1-2

2017-12-09
Language:Mogolian(Монгол хэл)
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At that time, there were a number of recluses and Brahmans, wanderers of various sects, living around Savatthi. And they were of various views, of various beliefs, of various opinions, and they relied for their support on their various views. And they lived quarrelsome, disputatious, and wrangling, wounding each other with verbal darts. Then a number of bhikkus (monks) said to the Lord: “At present, revered sir, there a number of recluses and Brahmans, wanderers, living around Savatthi. And they are various views... saying: ‘Dhamma is like this! Dhamma is like that!’” “Formerly, bhikkus, there was a certain king in this very Savatthi. He presented an elephant to the blind people, saying: ‘Tell me, blind people, what is an elephant like?’ Those blind people saying, ‘An elephant is like this, an elephant is not like that!’ They fought each other with their fists. Even so, bhikkus, are those wanderers blind, unseeing, saying,‘Dhamma is like this! Dhamma is like that!...’”
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