Details for MN 148 Chachakka
Language ID Title Vol/Page Translations
Pāli MN 148 Chachakka MN iii 280
Chinese SA 304 T 99.304 六六 T ii 086c23 noteAkanuma p. 171 lists MA 86 at T i 562a as another parallel. In MA 86 Ānanda asks the Buddha how to instruct a group of young monks. The Buddha responds by discussing the five aggregates, the six senses, and a broad range of other topics. Thus, despite some overlap as regards the exposition of the six senses, MA 86 and MN 148 do not seem to be parallels.
Chinese SA 330 T 99.330 * 六愛身 T ii 092a28
Chinese SA 323–327 T 99.323–327 * 六內入處 – 六受身 T ii 091c23 noteSA 323–327 and SA 330 form part of a series of short discourses, each of which treats just one aspect of the exposition given in MN 148. Thus, they are partial parallels, just like the Sanskrit fragments in Enomoto 1989.
Sanskrit SF 18 Chachakka Enomoto 1989: 9–10 ENOMOTO, Fumio 1989. Sanskrit fragments from the Saṃyuktāgama discovered in Bamiyan and Eastern Turkestan. In ENOMOTO Fumio, HARTMANN, Jens-Uwe, and MATSUMURA Hisashi (editors) Sanskrit-Texte aus dem buddhistischen Kanon: Neuentdeckungen und Neueditionen ( = Sanskrit-Wörterbuch der buddhistischen Texte aus den Turfan-Funden, Beiheft 2), Göttingen: 7–16.
Sanskrit SHT Sutta 71 SHT 1226.24R25 SHT, Sanskrithandschriften aus den Turfanfunden. 1965 (vol i) ed. W. Clawiter, L. Holzmann, E. Waldschmidt; 1968 (vol ii) ed. idem; 1971 (vol iii) ed. idem; 1980 (vol iv) ed. L. Sander, E. Waldschmidt; 1985 (vol v) ed. idem; 1989 (vol vi) ed. H. Bechert, K. Wille; 1995 (vol vii) ed. idem; 2000 (vol viii) ed. idem; 2004 (vol ix) ed. idem; 2008 (vol x) ed. K. Wille. Wiesbaden/Stuttgart: Franz Steiner.
Tibetan Up 3.059 mngon: ju 159a4 / tu 183b7 
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