1. Upavāṇa Sutta.– The Buddha explains to Upavāṇa the arising of sorrow (dukkha-samuppāda). S.ii.41 f.
2. Upavāṇa Sutta.– The Buddha explains, in answer to a question of Upavāṇa, how the Dhamma is immediate in its results (sandiṭṭhika). S.iv.41 f.
3. Upavāṇasandiṭṭhika Sutta.– The conversation referred to above, between Sāriputta and Upavāṇa, where the latter explains how the factors of enlightenment conduce to a happy life. S.v.76 f.
4. Upavāṇa Sutta.– The conversation between Upavāṇa and Sāriputta, on the “end-maker” (antakara). A.ii.163 f.