Cattāri Ariya Saccāni
The Four Noble Truths
The Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta In Pali
PTS: F.L. Woodward, trans., The Book of the Kindred Sayings V: The Great Chapter XI: Kindred Sayings about the Truths II: Foundation of the Kingdom of the Norm, pp 356
WP: Bhikkhu Bodhi, trans., The Connected Discourses of the Buddha II: The Great Book 12: Connected Discourses on the Truths 2: Setting in Motion the Wheel of the Dhamma, pp1843
AIT: Setting Rolling the Wheel of Truth, Bhk. Nanamoli, trans.
The Formula of the Revolution of the Wheel of Experience,Venerable Punnaji's translation of the Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta, the First Discourse
PTS, The Middle Length Sayings III, #141: Discourse on the Analysis of the Truths (Saccavibha.ngasutta), Horner, trans., pp295
WP: The Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha, #9: Right View, Bhikkhu Nanamoli and Bhikkhu Bodhi, trans, pp134
PTS: Dialogues of the Buddha II: #22: Mahasatipatthana Sutta — Setting-Up of Mindfulness, Rhys Davids, trans, pp337
|Pali||MO||Hare||Horner||Punnaji||Bodhi||Nanamoli||Rhys Davids||(Mrs)Rhys Davids||Thanissaro||Walshe||Woodward|
|cattari ariya saccāni||The Quartered Aristocratic Truth||the four ariyan truths||the four ariyan truths||The Four Extra-Ordinary Truths||The Four Noble Truths||The Four Noble Truths||The Four Aryan Truths||The Four Ariyan Truths, The Four Truths||the four noble truths||Four Noble Truths||The Four Ariyan Truths|
|dukkha||Painful Ugly Ukky K-kha; Pain; shit||Ill||anguish||Unease||suffering||Suffering||Ill||Ill, Sorrow||stress, suffering||Suffering||the Ariyan Truth of Ill|
|dukkha samudaya: taṇhā||The arising of subjective pain: hunger/thirst||the origin of Ill: craving||the arising of anguish: craving||the Arising of Unease: urge||the origin of suffering: craving||the origin of suffering: craving||the coming to be of Ill: Craving||craving, desires||the origin of stress, suffering: craving||the Origin of Suffering: craving||the arising of ill: craving|
|dukkha nirodha||ending pain||the ending of Ill||stopping anguish||Stopping of Unease||cessation of suffering||cessation of suffering||cessation of Ill||cessation of stress, suffering||Cessation of Suffering||making to cease, ending, cessation of Ill|
|Magga||The Way||the way||the course||Path, Way||the way||the way||the Way||Path, Way||the way||the Path||the practice, way|
Walshe, The Long Discourses of the Buddha, PTS, #16: The Buddha's Last Days, pp239:
"Then the Lord addressed the monks thus: 'Monks, it is through not understanding, not penetrating the Four Noble Truths that I as well as you have for a long time run on and gone round the cycle of birth-and-death. What are they? By not understanding the Noble Truth of Suffering we have fared on, by not understanding the Noble Truth of the Origin of Suffering, of the Cessation of Suffering, and of the Path Leading to the Cessation of Suffering we have fared on round the cycle of birth-and-death. And by the understanding, the penetration of the same Noble Truth of Suffering, of the Origin of Suffering, of the Cessation of Suffering and of the Path Leading to the Cessation of Suffering, the craving for becoming has been cut off, the support of becoming has been destroyed, there is no more re-becoming.'
WP, The Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha, #9: Right View, Bhikkhu Nanamoli and Bhikkhu Bodhi, trans, pp134
"..."But, friend, might there be another way in which a noble disciple is one of right view, whose view is straight, who has perfect confidence in the Dhamma, and has arrived at this true Dhamma?" — "There might be, friends.
"When, friends, a noble disciple understands suffering, the origin of suffering, the cessation of suffering, and the way leading to the cessation of suffering, in that way he is one of right view ... and has arrived at this true Dhamma."