1. Cakka Sutta. On the four
wheels that lead to prosperity: dwelling in fit places, association with the
good, perfect self adjustment (attasammāpanidhi) and merit done aforetime. A.ii.32
f.; D.iii.276; cf. Mangala
2. Cakka Sutta. A king who knows
the good (attha) dhamma, the measure (matta), the season (kāla), and the nature
of his assemblies (parisā) wields dominion that cannot be wrested from him. A
Buddha's dominion is also the same. A.iii.147f.
Cakka Vagga. The fourth chapter
of the Catukka Nipāta of the Anguttara Nikāya. A.ii.32-44.