1. Anicca Sutta.– (see also Yadanicca Sutta) Taught at Sāvatthi; all the aggregates are impermanent. S.iii.21.
2. Anicca Sutta.– Taught at Sāvatthi, in reply to a monk’s question. S.iii.21.
3. Anicca, Dutiya Anicca Sutta.– The disciple who realises the impermanence of all aggregates has no rebirth. S.iii.44‑5.
4. Aniccadhamma Sutta.– At Sāvatthi, taught in reply to Rādha’s questions (S.iii.195).
5. Anicca Sutta.– Same as (3); desire for what is impermanent should be abandoned. S.iii.178, S.iii.199.
6. Anicca Sutta.– Same as (4). S.iii.200.
7. Anicca Sutta.– All the external senses are impermanent. S.iv.1‑2.
8. Anicca Sutta.– The same. Personal senses, past, present and future, are impermanent. S.iv.3‑4.
9. Anicca Sutta.– On the impermanence of external sense-perceptions. S.iv.5.
10. Anicca Sutta.– All is impermanent (S.iv.28).
11. Anicca Sutta.– All feeling, pleasant, painful and neutral is impermanent. S.iv.214.
12. Anicca Sutta.– The idea of impermanence, if cultivated, is beneficial (S.v.132).
1. Anicca Vagga.– The second chapter of the Khanda Saṃyutta. S.iii.21‑5.
2. Anicca Vagga.– The first chapter of the Saḷāyatana Saṃyutta. S.iv.1‑6.
3. Anicca Vagga.– The fifth chapter of the same. S.iv.25‑30.