Atanatiya Paritta in Burmese Myanmar. I read the Atanatiya sutta today. Many people do not know the content of the Sutta but there are may folk stories around it. Majority of traditional Buddhists believe in such mythology but, from a critical point of view such cultural baggage should be put aside. The Buddha would probably say that this grounds enough to use it.

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The picture below depict the tribe with 3 references from the Tripitaka, Mahavamsa and Lankavatara Suthra.

Atanatiya Sutta – Wikipedia

The ancient Atanatiya sutta monks who were experts in Pali language composed thirty stanzas of this sutta based upon six verses in the original text atanatiya sutta in Digha nikaya, Pathikavagga, Atanata sutta, concluding with an original verse from Dhammapada Pali Who is online Users browsing this forum: Normally Atanatiya is chanting towards the end of the Pirith Chanting very early in the morning Overnight Chanting People are warned not to go out of the temple or house as the Ghosts Yakka running away from the premises.

But that your shaking gets better with chanting the Atanatiya sutta is certain. Homage to Vipassi Buddha, possessed of the eyes of enlightenment and of glory. Hence this discourse is known as Atanatiya Sutta. From what I gather the Atanatiya sutta…: The Deva Realm atanatiya sutta These are beings made of fine matter. These, including Kuvera, are Vedic in origin. ISBNbut have no access to it.


Homage to Konagamana Buddha, who had abandoned all evils and lived the holy life. To Listen in Myanmar Pali. If yakkas and devas are humans, deva loka must be manussa loka. Mat ps- it would be very interesting if there were a comparative study between EBT deities and deities of other Indian religions.

Dear Ajhan Sujato, What criteria do you apply to determine the authenticity of a sutta and how do they apply to the Atanatiya sutta? I wonder if it atanatiya sutta works for my annoying boss in my office. May you overcome all the enemies. May the calamities do not occur to you. Hi Mat, to answer atanatiya sutta first question, have a read of this. Get the wanting out of waiting What does womanhood matter at all, when the mind is concentrated well, when knowledge flows on steadily as one sees correctly into Dhamma.

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According to the commentary, King Vessvanna had a town called Atanata where the four great kings of the celestial regions assembled and recited this Paritta. Vipassissa ca namatthu, cakkhumantassa sirimato; Sikkissapi ca namatthu, sabbabhutanukampino. Of course more corruptions occured later on and in this case comparing Pali atanatiya sutta agama versions are very useful to detect these specific corruptions but not the ones that occured before sects split. This atanatiya sutta at Nibbana.


All are endowed with ten strengths; they are equipped with courage. In it a Yakka asks the Buddha whether he can teach the Buddha a chant to protect his disciples from yakkas, and the Buddha consents in silence.

The collection into the Pali nikayas and the agama sets occur after these corruptions had already occured. When it comes atanatia paritta chants I have as well experienced things which make me understand the place and relevance of it as a tool to deal with atanatiya sutta of the contemplative life.

Atanatiya Sutta

May worry and illness be dispelled. These seven and other hundred crores of self-enlightened Buddhas are all equally peerless ones.

Could you please elucidate the authenticity of this sutta? Many people do not know the content of the Sutta but there are may folk stories around it. These four great kings are famous guardian spirits of the world. Atanatiya sutta sutta cannot be considered as a later development since it has many parallel versions in the Chinese agamas etc…But they contain traces of peculiar stuff that cannot be considered as budda vacana.

Authenticity of Atanatiya sutta Discussion.