Icchā Sutta.– Wishes it is which hold the world prisoner; by subjugating them, liberty is gained. S.i.40.
Idagalissara.– A village in South India where Kulasekhara had an encampment in his fight with the Sinhalese forces (Cv.lxxvi.149).
Iddhādidesanā Sutta.– On psychic-
Iddhikathā.– The second division of the Paññāvagga of the Paṭisambhidāmagga. Ps.ii.205‑15.
Iddhipāda Saṃyutta.– The fifty first division of the Saṃyuttanikāya (S.v.254‑93), consisting of eight chapters. It is the seventh section of the Mahā Vagga.
Iddhipadesa Sutta.– Whatever recluses of the past, present, or future developed spiritual powers did so by practising the four bases of success. S.v.255.
Iddhivaddhana.– One of the palaces, occupied during his lay-
Iddhividha Sutta.– Anuruddha tells his colleagues that he gained the psychic powers by cultivating the four foundations of mindfulness. S.v.303.
Iddhiya.– See Itthiya.
Illisa Jātaka (No.78)
Ina Sutta.– Deals at length with the disadvantages, both material and moral, of poverty and consequent indebtedness. A.iii.351‑4.
Inandapada.– A Damiḷa chieftain whom Kulasekhara enlisted as his ally. He was a troop leader in Uccankuttha. Cv.lxxvii.74 ﬀ.
Indadvāra.– One of the fourteen gates of Pulatthipura built by Parakkamabāhu I. (Cv.lxxiii.160).
Indakhīla Sutta.– Like a tuft of cotton-
Indakūta.– A peak near Rājagaha, the abode of the yakkha Indaka. The Buddha once lived there. (S.i.206).
Indapatta (Indapattana, Indapattha)
Indasama.– A king of thirteen world-
Indasamānagotta Jātaka (No.161).– The story of Indasamāṇagotta, above. It was told in reference to an unruly monk, who is identified with the hermit of the Jātaka (J.ii.41 ﬀ). For details see the Gijjha Jātaka.
Indavarī.– Chief among the lay-
Indranagarī.– The capital of Indra (Cv.lxxxviii.121), evidently another name for Amaravatī.
Indriya Jātaka (No.423)
Indriyakathā.– The fourth division of the Mahā Vagga of the Paṭisambhidāmagga (ii., pp.1‑35).
Indriyāni Sutta.– There are four controlling faculties: faith (saddhā), energy (viriya), mindfulness (sati), and concentration (samādhi) (A.ii.141).
Indriyaparopariyatta Sutta.– Anuruddha tells his colleagues that he developed the knowledge of other’s disposition by cultivating the four foundations of mindfulness. S.v.305.
Ingirīsi.– The Pāḷi name for the English. e.g., Cv.ci.29.
Īsādantā.– A class of elephants mentioned with Hemavatas and others (Vv.xx.9). They have trunks like the poles of a carriage, slightly curved (VvA.104).
Isayo Araññakā Sutta.– See the Araññāyatana-
Isayo Samuddakā Sutta.– See the Samuddaka Sutta
Isibhatta Thera.– Brother of Isidāsa.
Isigana.– Perhaps the name of a Pacceka Buddha, whom the Bodhisatta once reviled. The reading is, however, very uncertain. Ap.i.299; see footnote.
Isindā.– A clan mentioned in a list of various tribes. Ap.ii.359.
Issā Sutta.– The nun who is possessed of five qualities, including envy, goes to hell without any doubt (A.iii.140).
Issariya Sutta v.l. Issara Sutta
Issarasamanārāma (Issarasamanavāhara, Issarasamanaka)
Issariya.– A Damiḷa general whom Dutthagāmani subdued at Hālakola (Mhv.xxv.11).
Issukī Sutta.– A woman who is faithless, shameless, unscrupulous, envious and of weak wisdom is reborn in purgatory (S.iv.241).
Itthi Vagga.– The seventh section of the Eka Nipāta of the Jātakakatthakathā. J.i.285‑315.
Ittiya.– See Itthiya.