1. Cakka Sutta.– On the four wheels that lead to prosperity: dwelling in suitable places (patirūpadesavāso), association with the good (sappurisāvassayo), setting oneself on the right course (attasammāpaṇidhi) and merit done previously (pubbe ca katapuññatā). A.ii.32 f; D.iii.276; cf. Maṅgala Sutta.
2. Paṭhamacakkānuvattana Sutta.– A king who knows the benefit (attha), the truth (dhamma), the measure (matta), the season (kāla), and the nature of his assemblies (parisā) wields dominion that cannot be wrested from him. A Buddha’s dominion is also the same. A.iii.147 f.
Cakka Vagga.– The fourth chapter of the Catukka Nipāta of the Aṅguttaranikāya. A.ii.32‑44.