Sakka Saṃyutta.– The eleventh section of the Saṃyuttanikāya (S.i.216‑42). It contains twenty-five short discourses connected with Sakka (q.v.)
1. Sakka Sutta.– Sakka approaches the Buddha at Vulture’s Peak (Gijjhakūṭa) and recites a hymn of praise.
2. Sakka Sutta.– A series of four conversations that Sakka and his retinue had with Mahā-Moggallāna, at Jetavana, on various simple topics, such as taking refuge in the Buddha, having unwavering faith in him, etc. S.iv.269 ﬀ.