1. Parisā Sutta.– On the three companies: eminent (aggavatī), discordant (vaggā), harmonious (samaggā). (ed.) (A.i.242)
2. Parisā Sutta.– On the three companies: the company trained in bombast, the company trained in enquiry, and the company trained according to its bent. A.i.285.
3. Parisā Sutta.– The four corrupters of a company: a monk, a nun, a male disciple and a female disciple, if they are immoral. A.ii.225.
4. Parisā Sutta.– On the eight assemblies: warriors (khattiya), priests (brāhmaṇa), householders (gahapati), recluses (samaṇa), gods of the Four Great Kings (Cātummahārājika), gods of the Thirty-Three (Tāvatiṃsa), Māra, and Brahma. The Buddha visits them all and teaches them. A.iv.307 f.