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About The Book Culavamsa or ‘The Little Chronicle’, a thirteenth century work composed by Bhikkhu Dhammakitti in. .

About The Book Culavamsa or ‘The Little Chronicle’, a thirteenth century work composed by Bhikkhu Dhammakitti in Pali, is a supplement to a much earlier work named Mahavamsa. These are the main sources of the political and religious history of Sri Lanka, the history of king Parakkamabahu being the real kernel. The main subject of the Culavamsa, especially of the first part, Parakkamabahu was the son of the eldest of the three brothers Manabharana, Kittisirimegha and Sirivallabha who ruled over Dakkhinadesa and Rohana in opposition to Vikkamabahu.

for the Pali Text Society by H. Frowde, 1980 - Religion. From inside the book. Bibliographic information. Cúlavamsa: being the more recent part of the Mahávamsa, Volume 2; Volume 100 Issues 20-21 of Text series Cúlavamsa: being the more recent part of the Mahávamsa, Wilhelm Geiger.

The Culavamsa is a continuation of the Mahavamsa. The Culavamsa: Being the More Recent Part of the Mahavamsa. de Silva, K. A. (2005). But unlike the Mahavamsa it was written by different authors at different periods. The Culavamsa is divided into two parts. That there is a certain amount of truth contained in the text is corroborated by numerous carvings, edicts and monuments still extant in Sri Lanka today – . Parakramabahu's wars with Gajabahu II and Manabharana are attested to by at least one rock-carving from this period.

London; Pali Text Society, 1925–1927. Buddhadatta's Manuals. London: Pali Text Society, 1928. The Book or Kindred Sayings (Saṃyutta Nikāya) or Grouped Suttas. Pali Text Society Translation Series, No. 14. London, .

It covers the period from the 4th century to 1815. The Culavamsa was compiled over many years by Buddhist monks, and displays a variety of epic styles. It is generally considered to be a sequel to the Mahavamsa ("Great Chronicle") written in the 6th century by the monk Mahanama.

Skip to main content. This banner text can have markup. Furthermore Geiger also believes that the Culavamsa 'does not consciously relate.

The present volume is a reprint of the English t Culavamsa or 'The Little Chronicle' composed by Bhikkhu Dhammakitti in Pali, is a supplement to a much eariler work named Mahavamsa

The present volume is a reprint of the English t Culavamsa or 'The Little Chronicle' composed by Bhikkhu Dhammakitti in Pali, is a supplement to a much eariler work named Mahavamsa. These are the main sources of the political and religious history of Sri Lanka. The main subject of the Culavamsa, Parakkamabahu ruled over Dakkhinadesa and Rohana in opposition to Vikkamabahu.

The Dhammasaṅgaṇi is the first book of the Abhidhamma Piṭaka of Pāli Tipiṭaka. Pali Text Society, LondonGoogle Scholar

The Dhammasaṅgaṇi is the first book of the Abhidhamma Piṭaka of Pāli Tipiṭaka. The Dhammasaṅgaṇi, the first book of the Abhidhamma Piṭaka, enumerates and defines from a psychological perspective a number of categories of scattered terms occurring in the Nikāyas of the Sutta Piṭaka. Geiger W, Rickmers M (trans) (1929–1930) The Cūlavaṃsa: being the more recent part of the Mahāvaṃsa, 2 vols. Pali Text Society, LondonGoogle Scholar. 7. Rhys Davids CAF (trans) (1900) A Buddhist manual of psychological ethics, being a translation of Dhamma-saṅgaṇi: compendium of state or phenomena.

All Title Author Text Subject Lists Advanced. Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. December 11, 2009 History. By Bhikku Dhammakitti. Culavamsa (Being the More Recent part of the Mahavamsa).