list of the rules of pātimokkha. Here you will the list of the rules of conduct that all the bhikkhus are supposed to observe. On this page, each rule is . In Theravada Buddhism, the Patimokkha is the basic code of monastic discipline, consisting of rules for fully ordained monks (bhikkhus) and for nuns. The Bhikkhu Patimokkha – A Word by Word Translation- This is a word by word translation of the code of discipline or rules of the Buddhist monks, the.

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In Theravada Buddhismthe Patimokkha is the basic code of monastic discipline, consisting of rules for fully ordained monks bhikkhus and for nuns bhikkhunis. It is contained in the Suttavibhangaa division of the Vinaya Patimlkkha. The four parajikas defeats are rules entailing expulsion from the sangha for life.

If a monk breaks any one of the rules he is automatically “defeated” in the holy life and falls from monkhood immediately. He is not allowed to become a monk again in his lifetime. Intention is necessary in all these four cases to constitute an offence. The four parajikas for bhikkus are: The parajikas are more specific definitions of the first four of the Five Precepts. The thirteen sanghadisesas are rules requiring an initial and subsequent meeting of the sangha communal meetings.

If the monk breaks any rule here he has to undergo a period of probation or discipline after which, if he shows himself to be repentant, he may be reinstated by a sangha of not less than twenty monks. Like the parajikas, the sanghadisesas can only come about through the monk’s own intention and cannot be accidentally invoked. The thirteen sanghadisesas for bhikkus are:. The aniyata are two indefinite rules where a monk is accused of having committed an offence with a woman in a screened enclosed or private place by a lay person.

It is indefinite because the final outcome depends on whether the monk acknowledges the offence. Benefit of the doubt is given to the monk unless there is over-riding evidence. Thus it is not proper for a monk to be alone with a woman, especially in screened or private places. The nissaggiya pacittiya are thirty rules entailing “confession with forfeiture. The monk must forfeit the item and then confess his offense to another monk. The thirty nissaggiya pacittiya for bhikkhu are:.

There are ninety two Pacittiya and they are minor violations which do not entail expulsion or any probationary periods. Should any bhikkhu have an unordained person recite Dhamma line by line with himit is to be confessed. Should any bhikkhu lie down together in the same dwelling with an unordained person for more than two or three consecutive nights, it is to be confessed.

Should any bhikkhu lie down together in the same dwelling with a woman, it is to be confessed. Should any bhikkhu teach more than five or six sentences of Dhamma to a woman, unless a knowledgeable man is present, it is to be confessed. Should any bhikkhu report his own superior human state, when it is factual, to an unordained person, it is to be confessed. Should any bhikkhu report another bhikkhu’s serious offense to an unordained person, unless authorized by the bhikkhus, it is to be confessed.

Should any bhikkhu set a bed, bench, mattress, or stool belonging to the Community out in the open, or have it patimokjha out, and then on departing neither put it away nor have it put away, or should he go without taking leave, it is to be confessed. Should any bhikkhu set out bedding in a dwelling belonging to the Community, or have it paitmokkha out, and then on departing neither put it away nor have it put away, or should he go without taking leave, it is to be confessed.

Should any bhikkhu knowingly lie down in a dwelling belonging to the Community so as to intrude on a bhikkhu who arrived there first, thinking pqtimokkha, “Whoever finds it confining will go away,” doing it for just that reason and no other, it is to be confessed.

Should any bhikkhu, angered and displeased, evict patimok,ha bhikkhu from a dwelling belonging to the Community, or have him evicted, it is to be confessed. Should any bhikkhu sit or lie down on a bed or bench with detachable legs on an unplanked loft in a dwelling belonging to the Community, it is patimokkna be confessed. When a bhikkhu is having a large dwelling built, he may supervise two or three layers of facing to plaster the area around the window frame and reinforce the area around the door frame the width of the door opening, while standing where there are no crops to speak of.

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Should he supervise more than that, even if standing where there are no crops to speak of, it is to be confessed.

Should any bhikkhu knowingly pour water containing living beings, or have it poured, on grass or on clay, it is to be confessed. Here the proper occasion is this: This is the proper occasion here.

The road is to be traveled by caravan and is considered dubious and risky. A bhikkhu who is not ill may eat one meal at a public alms center. Should he eat more than that, it is to be confessed. A group meal, except on the proper occasions, is to be confessed.

Here the proper occasions are these: These are the proper occasions here. An out-of-turn meal, except on the proper occasions, is to be confessed.

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In case a bhikkhu arriving at a family residence is presented with cakes or cooked grain-meal, he may accept two or three bowlfuls if he so desires. If he should accept more than that, pati,okkha is to be confessed. Having accepted the two-or-three bowlfuls and having taken them from there, he is to share them among the bhikkhus.

This is the proper course here. Should any bhikkhu, having eaten and turned down an offer of further foodchew or consume staple or non-staple food that is not left over, it is to be confessed. Should any bhikkhu, knowingly and wishing to find fault, present staple or non-staple food to a bhikkhu who has eaten and turned down an offer for further foodsaying, “Here, bhikkhu, chew or consume this” — when it has been eaten, it is to be confessed.

Should any bhikkhu chew or consume staple or non-staple patomokkha at the wrong parimokkha, it is to be confessed. Should any bhikkhu chew or consume stored-up staple or non-staple food, it is to be confessed.

Pqtimokkha are these finer staple foods, i. Should any bhikkhu who is not ill, having asked for finer staple foods such as these for his own sake, then eat them, it is to be confessed. Should any bhikkhu take into his mouth an edible that has not been given, except for water and tooth-cleaning sticks, it is to be confessed. Should any bhikkhu give staple or non-staple food with his own hand to a naked ascetic, a patimokkja wanderer, or a female wanderer, it is to be confessed.

Should any bhikkhu say to a bhikkhu, “Come, my friend, let’s enter the village or town for alms,” and then — whether or not he has had food given to him — dismiss him, saying, “Go away, my friend. I don’t like sitting or talking with you.

I prefer sitting or talking alone,” if doing it for that reason and no other, it is to be confessed. Should any bhikkhu, being invited for a meal and without taking leave of an available bhikkhu, go calling on families before or after the meal, except at the proper times, it is to be confessed. Here the proper times are these: These are the proper times here. Bhikknu bhikkhu bhikkju is not ill may accept make use of a four-month invitation to ask for requisites.

If he should accept make use of it patimokkkha longer than that; unless the invitation is renewed or is permanent; it is to be confessed.

Should any bhikkhu go to see an army on active duty, unless there is a suitable bhikkhhu, it is to be confessed. There being some reason or another for a bhikkhu to go to an army, he may stay two or three consecutive nights with the army. If he should stay longer than that, it is to be confessed. If a bhikkhu staying two or three bihkkhu with an army should go to a battlefield, a roll call, the troops in battle formation, or to see a review of the battle units, it is to be confessed.

Should any bhikkhu who is not ill, seeking to warm himself, kindle a fire or have one kindled, unless ppatimokkha is a suitable reason, it is to be confessed.

Should any bhikkhu bathe at intervals of less than half a month, except at the proper occasions, it is to be confessed. When a bhikhu receives a new robe, any one of three means of discoloring it is to be applied: If a bhikkhu should make use of a new robe without applying any of the three means of discoloring it, it is to be bhikkh. Should any bhikkhu, himself having placed robe-cloth under shared ownership vikappana with a bhikkhu, a bhikkhuni, a female probationer, a male novice, or a female novice, then make use of the cloth without the shared ownership’s being rescinded, it is to be confessed.

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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. Should any bhikkhu knowingly make use patkmokkha water with living beings in it, it is patimokkah be confessed. Should any bhikkhu knowingly agitate for the reviving of an issue that has been rightfully dealt with, it is to be confessed. Should any bhikkhu knowingly conceal another bhikkhu’s serious offense, it is to be confessed.

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Should any bhikkhu knowingly give full ordination to an individual less than twenty years of age, the individual is not ordained and the bhikkhus are blameworthy; and as for him the preceptorit is to be confessed. Should any bhikkhu knowingly and by arrangement travel together with a caravan of thieves, even for bhkkkhu interval between one village and the next, it is to be confessed. Should any bhikkhu, by patimookkha, travel together with a woman, even for the interval between one village and the next, it is to be confessed.

Should any bhikkhu say the following: Do not misrepresent the Blessed One, for it is not good to misrepresent the Blessed One. The Blessed One would not say anything like that.

List of the rules of pātimokkha

In many ways, friend, the Blessed One has described obstructive acts, and when indulged in they are genuine obstructions. And should the bhikkhu, thus admonished by the bhikkhus, persist as before, the bhikkhus are to rebuke him up to three times so as to desist. If while being rebuked up to three times he desists, that is good.

If he does not desist, it is to be confessed. Should any bhikkhu knowingly consort, join in communion, or lie down in the same lodging with a bhikkhu professing such a view who has not acted in compliance with the rule, who has not abandoned that view, it is to be confessed. And if a novice should say the following: And should that novice, thus admonished by the bhikkhus, persist as before, the bhikkhus should admonish him as follows: Out of our patijokkha Should any bhikkhu knowingly support, receive services from, consort with, or lie down in the same lodging with a novice thus expelled, it is to be confessed.

Should any bhikkhu, admonished by the bhikkhus in accordance with a rule, patimokkhaa, “Friends, I will not train myself under this training rule until I have put questions about it to another bhikkhu, experienced and learned in the bhlkkhu it is to be confessed. Bhikkhus, a training rule is to be understood, is to be asked about, is to be pondered. Should any bhikkhu, when the Patimokkha is being repeated, say, “Why are these lesser and minor training rules repeated when they lead only to anxiety, bother and confusion?

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 included in the Patimokkha, and comes up for recitation every half-month;” and if other bhikkhus should know, “That bhikkhu has already patimokmha through two or three recitations of the Patimokkha, if not more,” the bhikkhu is not exempted for being ignorant.

Whatever the offense he has committed, he is to be dealt with in accordance with the rule; and in addition, his deception is to be exposed: Should any bhikkhu, angered and displeased, give a blow to another bhikkhu, it is to be confessed.

Should any bhikkhu, angered and displeased, raise his hand against another bhikkhu, it is to be confessed. Should any bhikkhu charge a bhikkhu with an unfounded sanghadisesa offenseit is to be confessed.