Theravada Bhikkhu Pāṭimokkha. Buddhist monks Patimokkha pali chanting in the Buddhist church on Uposatha Day, recorded from Wat Khung Taphao, Uttaradit Province, Thailand. Problems playing this file? See media help. In Theravada Buddhism, the Patimokkha is the basic code of monastic discipline, consisting of. Here you will the list of the rules of conduct that all the bhikkhus are supposed to Not to recite together with laymen, texts of dhamma in Pali language. A fault committed by a bhikkhu is called an æpatti in Pali. . Note: the numbering of the patimokkha rules doesn’t correspond at all with the chronology in which.

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Not to teach the dhamma to someone who is sitting while one is standing unless he is ill. In Theravada Buddhismthe Patimokkha is the basic code of monastic discipline, consisting of rules for fully ordained monks bhikkhus and for nuns bhikkhunis. 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, patimokkkha has not abandoned that view, it is to be confessed.

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?

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Having accepted the ;atimokkha bowlfuls and having taken them from there, he is to share them among the bhikkhus. Yam kho ayye ayya veyyavaccakaram niddisi, sannatta sa 69 maya, upasankamatayya 70 kalena civarena tarn acchadessati ti. Not to place the hands on the hips when sitting in inhabited areas. When a bhikkhu is making a skin-eruption covering cloth, it is to be made to the standard measurement.


Settling a conflict by taking into account the insanity of a bhikkhu.

List of the rules of pātimokkha

Should any bhikkhu, angered and displeased, evict a bhikkhu from a dwelling belonging to the Community, or have him evicted, it is to be confessed.

Not to put the hand in the mouth, not even a finger. Not to keep an extra bowl more than ten days at a time. Not to fill the mouth with food so that the cheeks are inflated. Should any bhikkhu knowingly pour water containing living beings, or have it poured, on grass or on clay, it is to be confessed.

The Blessed One would not say anything like that.

Should any bhikkhu go to see an army on active duty, unless there is a suitable reason, it is to be confessed. Not to request and eat food if one is bhikkhy ill. Not to arouse remorse, doubts or anguish in another bhikkhu ‘s mind. There are seventy five sekhiya or rules of training, [3] which are mainly about the deportment of a monk.

Not to play in the water. Parisuddhetthayyayo, 10 tasma tunhi; evametam dharayami ti. Not to cover the head when going to inhabited areas. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. Not to sit next to a woman in a place remote from others’ ears. 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.


Not to eat cutting pieces de food with the mouth. Not to eavesdrop on a conflict between bhikkhus. Not to accept more than one ration of curry for every three rations of rice when going to collect food.

Sa bhikkhuni bhikkhunihi evamassa vacaniya: Not to teach the dhamma to someone who is inside a vehicle unless he patmokkha ill. To know more about these styles.

Not to swing the body when going to inhabited areas. Kumaribhutavaggo atthamo [84] Ya pana bhikkhuni agilana chattupahanam dhareyya, pacittiyam.


Not to have an ill-mannered conversation with a woman. Bhojanavaggo dvadasamo [] Ya pana bhikkhuni nimantita sabhatta samana santim bhikkhunim anapuccha purebhattam va pacchabhattam va kulesu carittam apajjeyya annatra samaya, pacittiyam.

If a monk breaks any one of the rules he is automatically “defeated” in the holy life and falls from monkhood immediately. Imehi mayam paccekacivaracetapannehi paccekacivarani cetapetva ittham namam bhikkhunim civarena acchadessami ti, tatra ce sa bhikkhuni pubbe appavarita upasankamitva civare vikappam apajjeyya: Atthi panayyaya 65 kaci veyyavaccakara 66 ti.