1.3.1 The Questions of Saṅgāravo*

Then the Brāhmin Saṅgāravo approached the Bhagavā. Having approached the Bhagavā he greeted him courteously. After the exchange of friendly and polite greetings and the exchange of a reminiscent tale he sat down at one side. Having sat down at one side the Brāhmin Saṅgāravo addressed the Bhagavā thus:

What now then, friend Gotama is the hither shore, what is the further

shore?’

Wrong view, oh Brāhmin is the hither shore; right view is the further

shore.

Wrong thought is the hither shore; right thought is the further shore.

Wrong speech is the hither shore; right speech is the further shore.

Wrong action is the hither shore; right action is the further shore.

Wrong livelihood is the hither shore; right livelihood is the further shore.

Wrong effort is the hither shore; right effort is the further shore.

Wrong awareness is the hither shore; right awareness is the further shore.

Wrong concentration is the hither shore; right concentration is the further

shore.

Wrong knowledge is the hither shore; right knowledge is the further shore.

Wrong liberation is the hither shore; right liberation is the further shore.

This, oh Brahmin, is the hither shore, that is the further shore.

‘So few are there amongst ……’

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*Saṅgāravasuttaṃ: -Saṅgārava—name of a Brāhmin
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