Theravada Bhikkhu Pāṭimokkha. Buddhist monks Patimokkha pali chanting in the Buddhist church on Uposatha Day, recorded from Wat Khung Taphao, Uttaradit Province, Thailand. Problems playing this file? See media help. In Theravada Buddhism, the Patimokkha is the basic code of monastic discipline, consisting of. Here you will the list of the rules of conduct that all the bhikkhus are supposed to Not to recite together with laymen, texts of dhamma in Pali language. A fault committed by a bhikkhu is called an æpatti in Pali. . Note: the numbering of the patimokkha rules doesn’t correspond at all with the chronology in which.

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Not to teach the dhamma to someone wearing a turban unless he is ill. Not to keep the clothing material meant for the tailoring of a robe more than one month at a time. Patimolkha a message to the Webmaster. Yatha kho pana paccekaputthaya 6 veyyakaranam hoti, evam eva 7 evarupaya parisaya yavatatiyam anusavitam hoti, ya pana bhikkhuni yavatatiyam anusaviyamane saramana santim apattim navikareyya sampajanamusavadassa hoti.

The Bhikkhus’ Code of Discipline”. Yavatatiyance samanubhasiyamana tarn patinissajjeyyum, iccetam kusalam. Should any bhikkhu, when the Patimokkha is being recited every half-month, say, “Just now have I heard that this case, too, is handed down in the Patimokkha, is patimokkhaa in the Patimokkha, and comes up for recitation every half-month;” and if other bhikkhus should know, “That bhikkhu has patimokkhx sat through two or three recitations of the Patimokkha, if not more,” the bhikkhu is not exempted for being ignorant.


Uposatho yavatika ca bhikkhuniyo patomokkha Sabhagapattiyo ca na vijjanti Vajjaniya ca puggala tasmim na honti Pattakallan ti vuccati. Not to accept carpets containing silk. Not to lack respect. And if a novice should say the following: To eat no longer once we have left our spot, after having made understood that we have finished our meal or refused to be served again.


Full text of “Bhikkhuni Patimokkha Pali”

Should any bhikkhu chew or consume staple or non-staple food at the wrong time, it is to be confessed. Not to touch a woman.

Should any bhikkhu lie down together in the same dwelling with a woman, it is to be confessed. Should any bhikkhu hide another bhikkhu’s bowl, robe, sitting cloth, needle case, or belt, or have it hidden, even as a joke, it is to be confessed. Each section of the rules is recited and, at the end of such bhikkhu, the reciter asks the members of the Order who are present if any one of them has infringed any of the rules.

Dvattipattapure patiggahetva tato niharitva bhikkhunihi saddhim samvibhajitabbam. The Patimokkha, edited by William Pruitt, Oxford, Eat a ratio of one part of curry to three parts of rice.

Ayam te bhikkhuni patto, yava bhedanaya dharetabbo ti. Here the proper occasion is this: Garayham ayye dhammam apajjim asappayam patidesaniyam, tarn patidesemi ti.

List of the rules of pātimokkha

Parisuddhetthayyayo, tasma tunhi; evam etam dharayami ti. Not to watch an army departing for combat. Not to accept a floor carpet that is, for more than half of it, made with black sheep wool and a quarter in white wool. Not to wipe the inside of the bowl or the plate when eating. Mayye evam avaca ma bhagavantam abbhacikkhi na hi sadhu bhagavato abbhakkhanam na hi bhagava evam vadeyya anekapariyayena ayye antarayika dhamma antarayika vutta bhagavata alance pana te patisevato antarayaya ti.

Not to claim attainments of stages of pure mental concentration that have not been achieved. Chattavaggo navamo [97] Sampajanamusavade, pacittiyam.


August Learn how and when to remove this template message. Not to lift the robes when patimookha to inhabited areas. Should any bhikkhu lie down together in the pail dwelling with an unordained person for more than two or three consecutive nights, it is to be confessed.

Not to let the tongue out when eating. Should any bhikkhu, when deliberation is being carried on in the Community, get up from his seat and leave without having given consent, it is to be confessed. Munasingha, Bhiksupratimoksaya saha Bhiksunlpratimoksaya, Hunupitiya, Patidesaniya nitthita [Sekhiya] Ime kho panayyayo sekhiya dhamma uddesam agacchanti [I] Ppatimokkha nivasessami ti sikkha karaniya.

Not to teach the dhamma to someone holding a walking stick unless he is ill.

Chandagaminiyo ca bhikkhuniyo, dosagaminiyo ca bhikkhuniyo, mohagaminiyo ca bhikkhuniyo, bhayagaminiyo ca bhikkhuniyo, tadisikaya apattiya ekaccam pabbajenti, ekaccam na pabbajenti ti. Not to eat the food offered by donors whom one has not previously warned of an existing danger in the area. Not to dig or cause someone else to dig the ground.

Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Bhutagamavaggo ekadasamo [] Agilanaya bhikkhuniya eko avasathapindo bhunjitabbo; tato ce uttarim bhunjeyya, pacittiyam.


If a bhikkhu should make use of a new robe without applying any of the three means of discoloring it, it is to be confessed. Not to teach the dhamma to someone who is lying down unless he is ill. Should any bhikkhu go to see an army on active duty, unless there is a suitable reason, it is to be confessed.