Dictionary of Pāli Proper Names • G.P. Malalasekera
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The last (thirty-fourth) Sutta of the Dīghanikāya, taught by Sāriputta at the Gaggarāpokkharaṇi in Campā, in the presence of the Buddha. It consists of groups of doctrines — ten single doctrines, ten twofold doctrines, and so on up to ten tenfold (D.iii.272). It is said (DA.iii.1064) that at the end of the discourse five hundred monks became Arahants.
The sutta is mentioned (MA.i.330) as describing the factors of striving for purity(pārisuddhipadhāniyaṅga).