Theravada Bhikkhu Pāṭimokkha. Buddhist monks Patimokkha pali chanting in the Buddhist church on Uposatha Day, recorded from Wat Khung Taphao, Uttaradit Province, Thailand. Problems playing this file? See media help. In Theravada Buddhism, the Patimokkha is the basic code of monastic discipline, consisting of. Here you will the list of the rules of conduct that all the bhikkhus are supposed to Not to recite together with laymen, texts of dhamma in Pali language. A fault committed by a bhikkhu is called an æpatti in Pali. . Note: the numbering of the patimokkha rules doesn’t correspond at all with the chronology in which.

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Not to enter the king’s chamber without warning. Tatthayyayo pucchami, kaccittha parisuddha?

Not to cover the head when sitting in inhabited areas. Not to leave one of the robes more than six nights in a village, at the end of the vassa period, while lodging in a dangerous area.

Not to request and eat food if one is not ill. Here the proper occasions are these: Sug, Per, Mun, Cv: Rattandhakaravaggo 86 dutiyo [21] Ya pana bhikkhuni nagga nahayeyya, pacittiyam.

Maintain the attention on the bowl when going to collect food. Not to commit murder.


Not to hide the curry under the rice in order to obtain more. Not to exchange things. Should any bhikkhu, himself having placed robe-cloth under shared ownership vikappana with a bhikkhu, a bhikkhuni, a female probationer, a male novice, or a female novice, then make use of the cloth without the shared ownership’s being rescinded, it is to be confessed.


Not to make — or have made — or use beds or chairs of a height greater than 65 centimetres. No ce abhinipphadeyya, yatassa civaracetapannam abhatam tattha samam va gantabbam, duto va pahetabbo: Also below CS, Cv: Not to keep an extra bowl more than ten days at a time.

Not to play in the water. The name given to a set of two hundred and twenty seven rules to be observed by members of the Buddhist Order.

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Not to fill the mouth ;atimokkha food so that the cheeks are inflated. Should any bhikkhu report his own superior human state, when it is factual, to an unordained person, it is to be confessed.

Should any bhikkhu say to a bhikkhu, “Come, my friend, let’s enter the village or town for alms,” and then — whether or not he has had food given to him — dismiss him, saying, “Go away, my friend. Not to accept any extra robe — offered or not out of emergency — beyond the authorised period. Not to teach the dhamma to someone who is wearing shoes unless he is ill. Also below 34 CS: Like the parajikas, the sanghadisesas can only come about through the monk’s own intention and cannot be accidentally invoked.

Civaratthikaya bhikkhave bhikkhuniya veyyavaccakara upasankamitva dvattikkhattum codetabba saretabba Yavatatiyance samanubhasiyamana tarn patinissajjeyya, iccetam kusalam.

Ayam te bhikkhuni patto, yava bhedanaya dharetabbo ti. Should any bhikkhu, when the Patimokkha is being recited every half-month, say, “Just now have I heard that patimo,kha case, too, is handed down in the Patimokkha, is included in the Patimokkha, and comes up for recitation every half-month;” and if other bhikkhus should know, “That bhikkhu has already sat through two or three recitations of the Patimokkha, if not more,” the bhikkhu is not exempted for being ignorant.


Should any bhikkhu knowingly conceal another bhikkhu’s serious offense, it is to be confessed. Not to spend the night far from one of his three robes. Not to teach the dhamma to someone who walks on a footpath while one is patimokkba to the side of this footpath unless he is ill.

These are the proper times here. Here the proper times are these: Not to swing the body when going to inhabited areas.


The thirty nissaggiya pacittiya for bhikkhu are:. The four parajikas defeats are rules entailing expulsion from the sangha for life.

Should any bhikkhu, by arrangement, travel together with a woman, even for the interval between one village and the next, it is to be confessed. If he should patimoikha make use of it for longer than that; unless the invitation is renewed or is permanent; it is to be confessed.