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1) The Death of the Buddha. I. The Buddha. Translated from the Mah-Parinibbna-Sutta (v. and vi.) of the Dgha-Nikya. 1909-14. Buddhist Writings. The Harvard Classics
...THEN The Blessed One addressed the venerable Ananda:— 1 Let us go hence, Ananda. To the further bank of the Hira˝avat river, and to the city of Kusin r and the sal-tree...

2) Coomaraswamy, Ananda Kentish. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Coomaraswamy, Ananda Kentish, (a┤nnda┤ ken┤tish kooma┤rswa┤me) (KEY) , 1877-1947, art historian, b. Ceylon (now Sri Lanka). Raised in London by an English mother,...

3) The Summum Bonum. II. The Doctrine. Translated from the Majjhima-Nikya, and constituting Sutta 26. 1909-14. Buddhist Writings. The Harvard Classics
...S vatthi for alms. 2 Then a great number of priests drew near to where the venerable Ananda was; and having drawn near, they spoke to the venerable Ananda as follows:...

4) Bhumibol Adulyadej. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Mass. A member of the Chakri dynasty, he was at school in Switzerland when his brother, King Ananda Mahidol, died (1946) under mysterious circumstances. Bhumibol...

5) 1934, Jan. 12. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...with the government over the execution of the counterrevolutionary leaders. 2 1935-46 ANANDA MAHIDOL, the ten-year-old nephew of Prajadhipok, became king, and a council...

6) 2. Thailand. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...ended. The U.S. resumed diplomatic relations with Siam on Jan. 4. 3 June 9 King Ananda Mahidol was found dead from a bullet wound. His brother, Phumiphol Adulyadet,...

7) Mymensingh. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Mymensingh now has jute-pressing and electrical-supply industries. In the town are Ananda Mohan College (an affiliate of Dhaka Univ.), an agricultural university,...

8) Bhaktapur. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...ceramics are produced. A religious center, Bhaktapur was founded in 12th cent. by King Ananda Malla as Khwopa, the capital of the Newar Malla kingdom. When the Gurkhas...

9) There Is No Ego. II. The Doctrine. 1. Translated from the Milindapa˝ha (251). 1909-14. Buddhist Writings. The Harvard Classics
...3. Translated from the Mah -Nid na-Sutta (25621) of the Di gha-Nik ya In regard to the Ego, Ananda, what are the views held concerning it? 71 In regard to the Ego,...

10) Prajadhipok. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...his abdication in 1935. He moved to England, where he died. He was succeeded by his nephew, Ananda....

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