[III: Uruvelapāṭihāriyāni]

23: Dutiyaṁ Pāṭihāriyaṁ

Atha kho Bhagavā Uruvelakassapassa jaṭilassa assamassa avidūre, aññatarasmiṁ vanasaṇḍe vihāsi. Atha kho Cattāro Mahārājāno, abhikkantāya rattiyā, abhikkantavaṇṇā kevalakappaṁ vanasaṇḍaṁ obhāsetvā, yena Bhagavā tenupasaṅkamiṁsu, upasaṅkamitvā Bhagavantaṁ abhivādetvā, catuddisā aṭṭhaṁsu seyyathā pi mahantā aggikkhandhā.

Atha kho Uruvelakassapo jaṭilo, tassā rattiyā accayena, yena Bhagavā tenupasaṅkami, upasaṅkamitvā Bhagavantaṁ etad-avoca: “Kālo Mahāsamaṇa niṭṭhitaṁ bhattaṁ. Ke nu kho te Mahāsamaṇa abhikkantāya rattiyā, abhikkantavaṇṇā kevalakappaṁ vanasaṇḍaṁ obhāsetvā, yena tvaṁ tenupasaṅkamiṁsu, upasaṅkamitvā taṁ abhivādetvā, catuddisā aṭṭhaṁsu seyyathā pi mahantā aggikkhandhā?” ti

“Ete kho Kassapa Cattāro Mahārājāno, yenāhaṁ tenupasaṅkamiṁsu Dhammassavanāyā.” ti BJT, PTS: Dhammasavanāyā ti, and similarly throughout; we would expect gemination in this word (= Sanskrit: śravaṇ-), but sometimes in the texts it is missing.01

Atha kho Uruvelakassapassa jaṭilassa etad-ahosi: “Mahiddhiko kho Mahāsamaṇo mahānubhāvo, yatra hi nāma Cattāro pi Mahārājāno upasaṅkamissanti Dhammassavanāya, na tveva ca kho Arahā yathā ahan.”-ti

Atha kho Bhagavā Uruvelakassapassa jaṭilassa bhattaṁ bhuñjitvā, tasmiṁ yeva vanasaṇḍe vihāsi.

Dutiyaṁ Pāṭihāriyaṁ PTS: dutiyakapāṭihāriyaṁ, compound form, but compare PTS' writing paṭhamaṁ pāṭihāriyaṁ above and pañcamaṁ pāṭihāriyaṁ below.02