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អានន្ទ Ananda later became the attendant of Buddha, almost twenty years after the Buddha's enlightenment, when the Buddha was around 55. The Buddha had many private discourses with, including one on the nature of bhikkhunis.
សំយុត្តនិកាយ ក្នុងព្រះត្រៃបិដកខ្មែរ គម្ពីរសំយុត្តនិកាយ (Samyutta Nikaya) ត្រូវបានគេរៀងលេខចាប់ពីសៀវភៅលេខ ២៩ រហូតដល់ លេខ ៣៩ ។ ​គម្ពីរ​សំយុត្តនិកាយ​ផ្ទុក​ទៅ​ដោយ​សូត្រ​ (សេចក្តី​បង្រៀន)​ សំខាន់ៗ​របស់​ព្រះ​ពុទ្ធ ដូច​ជា​សេចក្តី​បង្រៀន​ (Discourses of the Buddha) អំពី​អរិយសច្ច (the Four Noble Truths), បដិច្ចសមុប្បាទ (dependent origination), ពោជ្ឈង្គ ៧ (the seven factors of enlightenment), និង អដ្ឋង្គិកមគ្គ (the Noble Eightfold Path) ។ គម្ពីរ​សំយុត្តនិកាយ (The Connected Discourses of the Buddha) ឈរ​នៅ​លើ​លំដាប់​ថ្នាក់​ដ៏​សំខាន់​បំផុត​នៅ​ក្នុង​ឯកសារ​ពុទ្ធសាសានា​ដែល​ត្រូវ​បាន​ប្រមូល​ចងក្រង​បង្កើត​ជា​គម្ពីរ​ព្រះ​ត្រៃបិដក (the Buddhist canon) ។
អានន្ទ Actually, Maha Kassapa recognised Ananda's strong point, especially his memory of the discourses given by the Buddha. However, in such an important matter, Maha Kassapa feared that to let the unenlightened Ananda participate might be a mistake. However, people loved Ananda and they unanimously voted him but Maha Kassapa objected.
ទីឃនិកាយ គម្ពីរ​ទីឃនិកាយ (Dīgha Nikāya) គឺ​ជា​កងធម៌​ដែល​មាន​សូត្រ​ (សេចក្តី​បង្រៀន)(Collection of Long Discourses) នៅ​ក្នុង​គម្ពីរ​ព្រះ​ពុទ្ធ​សាសនា ។ គម្ពីរ​ទីឃនិកាយ​ ជា​គម្ពីរដំបូង​ក្នុង​ចំណោម​សៀវភៅ​ ៥ ក្បាល​នៃ​គម្ពីរ​​សុត្តន្តបិដក (Sutta Pitaka), ដែល​រួម​បង្កើត​បាន​ជា​គម្ពីរ​ព្រះត្រៃបិដក (Tipitaka) ដែល​ជា​សៀវភៅ​​សំខាន់ជាង​គេ​បំផុត​របស់​ព្រះពុទ្ធសាសនា​និកាយ​ថេរវាទ (Theravada Buddhism)។
មហាយាន The Tibetan tradition classifies Shakyamuni Buddha's teachings into three hierarchical categories, based on levels of understanding the nature of reality, known as "turnings of the wheel of dharma (truth)": those sutra discourses containing the basic doctrines supposedly aimed at the initial disciples or Śrāvakas, the emptiness teachings associated with Madhyamika and the Prajna Paramita sutras (般若波羅蜜多經), and the doctrines associated with Yogācāra which present the most accurate view of reality according to this scheme. The Tathagatagarbha (如來藏) teachings are normally included in the third turning of the wheel if the need arises to classify them. The Chinese tradition has a different scheme.
ភាសាសាស្ត្រ The study of "parole" (which manifests through cultural discourses and dialects) is the domain of sociolinguistics, the sub-discipline that comprises the study of a complex system of linguistic facets within a certain speech community (governed by its own set of grammatical rules and laws). Discourse analysis further examines the structure of texts and conversations emerging out of a speech community's usage of language. This is done through the collection of linguistic data, or through the formal discipline of corpus linguistics, which takes naturally occurring texts and studies the variation of grammatical and other features based on such corpora (or corpus data).
ទស្សនវិជ្ជា Inaugurated by the linguist Ferdinand de Saussure, structuralism sought to clarify systems of signs through analyzing the discourses they both limit and make possible. Saussure conceived of the sign as being delimited by all the other signs in the system, and ideas as being incapable of existence prior to linguistic structure, which articulates thought. This led continental thought away from humanism, and toward what was termed the decentering of man: language is no longer spoken by man to express a true inner self, but language speaks man.
សាសនា The study of law and religion is a relatively new field, with several thousand scholars involved in law schools, and academic departments including political science, religion, and history since 1980. Scholars in the field are not only focused on strictly legal issues about religious freedom or non-establishment, but also study religions as they are qualified through judicial discourses or legal understanding of religious phenomena. Exponents look at canon law, natural law, and state law, often in a comparative perspective. Specialists have explored themes in western history regarding Christianity and justice and mercy, rule and equity, and discipline and love. Common topics of interest include marriage and the family and human rights. Outside of Christianity, scholars have looked at law and religion links in the Muslim Middle East and pagan Rome.
ភាសាសាស្ត្រ A discourse is a way of speaking that emerges within a certain social setting and is based on a certain subject matter. A particular discourse becomes a language variety when it is used in this way for a particular purpose, and is referred to as a register. There may be certain lexical additions (new words) that are brought into play because of the expertise of the community of people within a certain domain of specialization. Registers and discourses therefore differentiate themselves through the use of vocabulary, and at times through the use of style too. People in the medical fraternity, for example, may use some medical terminology in their communication that is specialized to the field of medicine. This is often referred to as being part of the "medical discourse", and so on.
អានន្ទ 64. After the Buddha's final Nirvana five hundred enlightened monks convened a Council at Rajagaha for the purpose of collecting all the Buddha's teachings and committing them to memory so they could be handed down to future generations. Because he knew so much Dharma it was essential that Ananda be present, but he was not yet enlightened. Now that he no longer had to look after the Buddha's needs, he had more time to meditate and so he began to practise with exceptional diligence, hoping that he could attain enlightenment before the Council started. As the time for the Council's commencement got closer, he practised harder and harder. During the evening before the Council he sat meditating, convinced that he would not be able to attain enlightenment by the next morning. So he gave up and decided to lie down and sleep. As his head touched the pillow he became enlightened. Ananda was warmly welcomed at the Council the next day and over the following months he recited thousands of discourses that he had heard, commencing each recitation with the words: 'Thus have I heard' (Evam me sutam). Because of his enormous contributions to the preservation of the Dharma, Ananda was sometimes known as: 'The Keeper of the Dharma Store' (Dharmabhandagarika). Because of his qualities of kindness, patience and helpfulness, Ananda was one of those rare people who seemed to be able to get along with everybody and whom everybody liked. Just before his final Nirvana, the Buddha praised Ananda in the company of the monks by thanking him for his years of loyal and loving friendship and service. "Monks, all those who were fully enlightened Buddhas in the past had a chief attendant like Ananda, as will all those who will be fully enlightened Buddhas in the future. Ananda is wise. He knows when it is the right time for monks, nuns, laymen, laywomen, kings, ministers, the leaders of other sects or their pupils to come and see me. Ananda has four remarkable and wonderful qualities. What four? If a company of monks comes to see Ananda, they are pleased at the sight of him, and when he teaches Dharma to them they are pleased, and when he finishes they are disappointed. And it is the same for nuns, laymen and laywomen."[ N6 ]