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The discourses of Buddha are divided into 84,000, as to separate addresses. The division includes all that was spoken by Buddha."I received from Buddha," said Ananda, "82,000 Khandas, and  from the priests 2000; these are 84,000 Khandas maintained by me." They are divided into 275,250, as to the stanzas of the original text, and into 361,550, as to the stanzas of the commentary. All the discourses including both those of Buddha and those of the commentator, are divided  into 2,547 banawaras, containing 737,000 stanzas, and 29,368,000 separate letters.

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LESSON 152

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http://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka/an/an05/an05.165.than.html

AN 5.165 

PTS: A iii 191

Pañhapuccha Sutta: On Asking Questions

translated from the Pali by

Thanissaro Bhikkhu

© 2004–2011

Then Ven. Sariputta addressed the monks: "Friend monks."

"Yes, friend," the monks responded to him.

Ven. Sariputta said: "All those who ask questions of another do so from any one of five motivations. Which five?

"One asks a question of another through stupidity & bewilderment. One asks a question of another through evil desires & overwhelmed with greed. One asks a question of another through contempt. One asks a question of another when desiring knowledge. Or one asks a question with this thought,[1] 'If, when asked, he answers correctly, well & good. If not, then I will answer correctly [for him].'

"All those who ask questions of another do so from any one of these five motivations. And as for me, when I ask a question of another, it's with this thought: 'If, when asked, he answers correctly, well & good. If not, then I will answer correctly [for him].'

Note

1.

Reading panevam-citto with the Thai edition. The PTS reading — pakuppanto citto, "with a provoked heart" — does not fit the context at all.

 

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CM calls on Governor

Lucknow : 28 January 2011

The Hon'ble Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Ms.

Mayawati ji visited Raj Bhawan to meet the Governor

Mr. B.L. Joshi this evening. It was a courtesy call.

******A

Hon'ble Chief Minister ji honours 16 talented sportspersons with Manyawar Shri Kanshiram Ji International Sports Awards

Sportspersons presented mementos, citation letters and a total award amount of Rs. 1.97 crore

Prepare calendar for regular organisation of sports events for students belonging to rural areas from next educational session

— Hon'ble Chief Minister Ji

Lucknow : 28 January 2011

The Hon'ble Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Ms. Mayawati ji here today

honoured 16 sportspersons, who had brought laurels to State and Country

by winning medals in Commonwealth Games and Asian Games, with

Manyawar Shri Kanshiram Ji International Sports Awards-2010 at a function

held at her official Kalidas Marg residence. The sportspersons were given

away mementos, citation letters and a total award amount of Rs. 1.97 crore

by the Hon'ble Chief Minister ji.

The sportspersons honoured by the Hon'ble Chief Minister ji with

Manyawar Shri Kanshiram Ji International Sports Awards-2010, included

Km. Anuraj Singh, Mr. Ashish Kumar, Mr. Tushar Khandkar, Mr. Danish

Mujtabah and Mr. Sunil Kumar. All of them won medals at Commonwealth

Games as well as Asian Games. Besides, Smt. Sudha Singh, Mr. Jasmer

Singh, Mr. Rajesh Kumar, Mr. Lokesh Kumar and Mr. Rahul Bajaj won

medals in Asian Games, while Km. Alka Tomar, Ms. N.G. Sonia Chanu, Mr.

Narsingh Yadav, Mr. Imran Hassan Khan, Mr. Ritul Chatterjee and Mr. Anuj

Chaudhary won medals in Commonwealth Games.

Congratulating the medal winning sportspersons, the Hon'ble Chief

Minister ji said that they had brought laurels to the State by winning more

medals if compared to any other single state. She expressed the hope that

they would continue their performance in future as well and bring more

laurels to the State and they would also be a source of inspiration for others.

The Hon'ble Chief Minister ji said that the State Government honoured

sportspersons, who brought laurels to the State through their performances,

by giving them away Manyawar Shri Kanshiram Ji International Sports

Awards. She said that this award had been instituted to encourage the

sportspersons and sports activities in the State. She said that the excellent

display of talent of the sportspersons of the State indicated that there was

no dearth of talent in U.P. nor the sportspersons were weary of hard work.

She said that there was need to hone the skills of the raw talent. She said

that the State Government was making special efforts to encourage the

talent present in rural areas, because without that we cannot excel in

national-international sports events.

The Hon'ble Chief Minister ji said that various sports events should be

regularly organised in the rural areas to achieve this purpose. She said that

sports like Kabaddi, wrestling, Kho-Kho, swimming, volley-ball, football,

hockey and athletics should be included as these sports did not require

expensive resources.

The Hon'ble Chief Minister directed the officers of sports department to

co-ordinate with the officers of education and youth welfare departments to

prepare a calendar for organising sports competitions for students of rural

areas in regular manner and implement this calendar from next academic

session. She also directed the officers of sports department to ensure the

participation of children belonging to rural areas and organise sports

competitions at district, division and state level. She said that her

government is committed to provide ultra-modern facilities and resources to

sports persons.

The Hon'ble Chief Minister said that state government is paying full

attention to strengthen basic infrastructure of sports and develop sports

culture in the state. Keeping this in view, she had laid the foundation stone

of two new sports colleges on the occasion of her birthday on 15th January

this year, which would be equipped with all modern sports facilities and

resources. An amount of more than Rs. 86.63 crore is estimated on the

proposed sports college in Saharanpur and more than Rs. 81.14 crore on the

construction of sports college proposed in Fatehpur. Besides, sports

department had also dedicated 9 projects worth more than Rs. 6.23 crore to

the people, she added.

The Hon'ble Chief Minister said that the government had sanctioned

the construction of stadium in all newly created districts. The construction of

swimming pool is in progress in 10 districts, besides making the swimming

pool of K.D. Sing Babu Stadium 'all weather'. Two International sports

complex and astro-turf field for Hockey in two districts are also under

construction.

After honouring sports persons with awards, the Hon'ble Chief Minister

listened to the problems of the players and their sports needs. She directed

the officers to solve the problems of sports persons, so that they could make

preparations for future sports competitions.

It may be recalled that each player who won gold medal in solo

competition in Commonwealth and Asian Games got Rs. 15 lakh, silver

medal Rs. 10 lakh and bronze medal Rs. 08 lakh. Similarly, each player of

the state in team competition in these International Games got Rs. 10 lakh,

Rs. 08 lakh and Rs. 06 lakh as prize money on gold, silver and bronze

medals respectively.

On this occasion, Chief Secretary Mr. Atul Kumar Gupta welcomed the

guests. Additional Cabinet Secretary Mr. Raveendra Singh conducted the

programme and expressed his gratitude towards the guests.

*********

Republic Day celebrated with fervour

Governor took salute at Vidhan Bhawan on Republic Day

Programmes highlighted feeling of Unity and Integrity

Lucknow : 26 January 2011

The Republic Day was celebrated with fervour in the state

capital Lucknow here yesterday. The main function was organised in

front of Vidhan Bhavan, where the Governor Mr. B.L. Joshi took

salute of the parade. Earlier, the Hon'ble Chief Minister Ms.

Mayawati ji welcomed the Governor and greeted him on the

occasion of Republic Day.

The grand parade, organised at the Republic Day function, was

led by Col. Samar Singh Pundeer in which various units of para

military forces, civil police, home guards, NCC jawans and students

of various schools participated. The T-72 M tank, VMP-1 and VMP-2,

105 MM light field gun, PMS bridge, AM-50 bridge with modern

facilities and missile mounted vehicle (ATGM Milan) of Indian Army

were also displayed on the occasion.

The contingents of 3/11 Gorkha Rifles, 16 Sikh Light Infantry,

Central Reserve Police Force, ITBP, SSB, PAC 32nd Battalion, UP

Police and Home Guards presented attractive march past at the

parade. The NCC cadets and students of Sainik school, Lucknow

Public school, Rajajipuram and City Montessori School Rajajipuram

and RDSO branches also presented excellent march past which

indicated that they had prepared hard for the Republic Day

celebrations.

The bands of Sikh Regimental Centre, Dogra Regimental

Centre, Garhwal Regimental Centre, 39 GTC, Rajput Regiment, 19

Garhwal Rifles, First Jack, ASC Centre North, CRPF, SSB, PAC 35th

Battalion, Home Guard, Sainik School and CMS (Kanpur Road)

played the tunes of songs symbolising National Unity and

patriotism.

The students of different schools presented attractive cultural

programmes as well on the occasion. The girl students of LPS Anand

Nagar Branch presented Maa Tujhe Pranam song, small children of

City Montessori School Chowk Branch presented Shramev Jayte, the

students of City Montessori School Mahanagar first branch

presented Mharo Pyaro Desh based on the chivalrous deeds of the

martyrs of the country and the students of the CMS Mahanagar

third branch presented Maa Tujhe Salaam. All of these

presentations were highly appreciated by the spectators.

The tableaux taken out by various government departments

and schools, on one hand presented a glimpse of various welfare

schemes being carried out by the state government for the

development of weaker sections of Sarv Samaj, while on the other

it also depicted the efforts of the state government being made for

the development of U.P. The various memorials, museums built in

Lucknow in the honour of saints, gurus and great men, who made

historic contribution to usher in social change, were depicted as new

tourism centres of the state. Besides, energy conservation and

linking of villages of the state with pucca roads were also shown in

the tableaux.

The tableau of the State Information and Public Relations

Department titled "Buddham Sharnam Gachchhami" attractively

presented the life of Lord Buddha and the places related with him.

It may be recalled that Gautam Buddha delivered his first sermon

after getting enlightenment at Sarnath and his Mahaparinirvana

took place at Kushi Nagar. Because of it, these places of the state

were famous all over the world. Depicting the state government's

efforts to immortalise the memory of Lord Buddha, one tableau

showed him receiving water from the hands of a dalit woman. Thus,

the message of this tableau was not to discriminate between the

human beings.

Besides, tableaux with various themes were also presented by

LDA, Forest Department, U.P. Power Corporation, Aminabad Inter

College, CMS, Social Welfare Department, Horticulture and Food

Processing Department and Rajya Soochana Shiksha Sanchar

Bureau (Family Welfare).

The tableaux of Rajkiya Nirman Nigam, PWD, UP NEDA, LPS

and Colleges and Tourism Department also attracted people's

attention. The squad of mounted police, dog squad and fire services

also participated in the programme.

The Members of the State Council of Ministers, MPs,

legislators, freedom fighters, senior officers of army, senior officers

of government and administration and a large number of prominent

citizens were present on the occasion.

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