The third chapter of the Udana. Ud.21 33.
1. Nanda Sutta
Nanda devaputta visits the Buddha and recites a stanza to
the effect that men should acquire merit in order to obtain bliss. The Buddha
tells him that men should rather aspire to final peace. S. i.62; cp. S. i.2, where
the same verses are given.
2. Nanda Sutta
Records the incident of the chiding of Nanda Thera (see
Nanda 1) by the Buddha for wearing attractive robes and painting his eyes.
3. Nanda Sutta
The Buddha relates how Nanda Thera is eminent in his
restraint of the senses, his moderation in food, his wakefulness and his