1. Paṭhama Aputtaka Sutta.– Contains the earlier part of the story of Aputtaka as given above, and the moral to be drawn therefrom: namely, that the mean man, who acquires wealth, pleases neither himself nor others, but is like a lake of delicious waters lying in a savage region. On the other hand, the rich man who is generous is like a lake near a village. S.i.89‑91.
2. Dutiya Aputtaka Sutta.– Contains an account of Aputtaka’s past, as related above; the wealth that a man stores here has to be left behind for others; hence let him make a good store for life elsewhere by using this wealth well. S.i.91‑3.