1. Viveka Sutta.– An admonition spoken by a deva on seeing a monk in a forest tract of Kosala indulging in wrong and evil thoughts. S.i.197.
2. Vivekaja Sutta.– Sāriputta tells Ānanda, in answer to his questions that the clearness of his senses and the agreeable colour of his face are due to the fact that he had passed the siesta in Andhavana, aloof from passions and from evil things. S.iii.235 f.