If a monk breaks any one of the rules he is automatically "defeated" in the holy life and falls from monkhood immediately. He is not allowed to become a monk again in his lifetime. Intention is necessary in all these four cases to constitute an offence. The four parajikas for bhikkus are:  Sexual intercourse: engaging in any sexual intercourse.
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Noble ladies, now the one hundred and sixty six offences that need atonement will be recited. Precept for eating garlic. Precept for removing obstructing hairs on the body 2. Precept for slapping the palms 3. Precept for purity with water 5.
Precept on attendance 6. Precept for accepting raw grains. Precept for throwing out excrement 8. If a bhikkhuni throws excrement, urine, rubbish or stale food, over a wall or fence, or make another to do it for her, she does an offence that merit atonement. The second precept for throwing excrement 9. If a bhikkhuni throws excrement, urine, rubbish or stale food , on vegetation or make another to do it for her, she does an offence that merit atonement. Precept for dancing and singing The first garlic section 2.
Precept for being in an enclosure Precept for talking in the open Precept for dismissing the attendant If a bhikkhuni without another, stand close to a male and talk to him, or whisper in the ear, on the public road, in an arranged place, or at the crossroads or send away the accompanying bhikkhuni, it is an offence for atonement.
Precept for going away without informing Precept for belittling another Precept for cursing another The bathing cloth of a bhikkhuni should be in length four spans and breadth two spans, according to the measurements of the Well Gone One. Precept for sewing the robe. Precept for the upper robe Precept for the borrowed upper robe Precept for the gain of many upper robes Precept for withholding robe material Precept for offering robes Precept for letting the robe season pass Precept for the privileges of the robe season The section for nakedness is the third.
Precept for sharing one cover Precept for causing discomfort Precept for nursing Precept for turning out Precept for associations Live secluded.
The Community of bhikkhunis praise seclusion. Precept within the country A bhikkhuni going on a tour in a region considered dangerous and fearful within the country unprotected, is an offence for atonement. Precept outside the country Precept for the rainy season A bhikkhuni going on a tour within the period of observing the rains, is an offence for atonement. Precept for not going on a tour A bhikkhuni not going on a tour of at least thirty-five to forty-two miles, when the observation of the rains end, is an offence for atonement.
If a bhikkhuni go sight seeing to a royal palace, a decorated house, a forest resort, an orchard, or a beautiful pond, it is an offence for atonement. The precept for using an easy chair Precept for spinning yarn Precept for doing household work The precept for settling a legal matter A bhikkhuni told, Noble lady settle this legal matter, and the bhikkhuni accepting to settle it, would not settle it, nor make an effort to settle it through some other means, is an offence for atonement.
Precept for distribution of food A bhikkhuni distributing eatables to a householder, a wandering ascetic or a female wandering ascetic with her own hands, is an offence for atonement.
Precept for household robes Precept about the dwelling Precept about learning pseudo sciences Precept for reciting pseudo sciences If a bhikkhuni knowing there are bhikkhus should enter a monastery without permission, is an offence for atonement. Precept for scolding a bhikkhu Precept for abusing a group The precept for satisfaction Precept for being fond of the family Precept for the absence of bhikkhus Precept for failing to satisfy Precept for admonition Precept for approaching for admonition 59 Every fort-night a bhikkhuni should meet the Community of bhikkhus for two things, to inquire about the recitation of the rules and for admonition.
Precept for a boil in a minor limb Precept when giving suck to child First precept for a trainee The second precept for a trainee The first precept for a woman gone with a man Second precept for a woman gone with a man The third precept for a woman gone with a man The first precept for one living with the bhikkhuni A bhikkhuni having ordained a woman living with her, would not see to her development or make another do it, is an offence for atonement.
The precept for not following the Teacher The second precept for one living with the bhikkhuni The first precept for girls not of age The second precept for girls not of age The third precept for girls not of age The precept for twelve year olds The precept for being angry.
Precept when permission is not given Precept for annual ordination Precept for conveyances Precept for wearing a loin cloth Precept for wearing ornaments Precept for bathing with perfumes and paints Precept for bathing with scented sesame Precept for making a bhikkhuni brush another bhikkhuni Precept for making a trainee brush a bhikkhuni Precept for making a novice brush a bhikkhuni Precept for making a lay woman brush a bhikkhuni Precept for sitting before a bhikkhu without permission A bhikkhuni sitting before a bhikkhu without permission, is an offence for atonement.
Precept for quarrying a bhikkhu Precept for not wearing a vest Telling lies with awareness, is an offence for atonement. Precept for abusing Using abusive language, is an offence for atonement.
BHIKKHUNI PATIMOKKHA PDF
Sweeping the place, lighting a lamp, administering water and spreading seats. The five functioning things Interest, purity, the suitable time, the number of bhikkhunis and the advice. The four features to be suitable The day of the full moon, all the defeated bhikkhunis, those excluded from the Community are not present and the bhikkhunis defeated are at a distance. The four preliminary functions, the five functions and the four features of suitability completed, we invite the bhikkhunis who have got the consent of the order of bhikkhunis to recite the rules of the higher order. The origin Noble ladies listen, today is the fifteenth day of the full moon, as suitable may the Community of bhikkhunis recite the rules of the bhikkhunis What are the functions?
Dolabar In many ways, friend, the Blessed One has described obstructive acts, and when indulged in they are genuine obstructions. For lay people also there are many discourses, as inspiring and rich in meaning as bhikkhunii find in the Sutta Pitaka. Bring me that one of mine. Some writers have interpreted these added rules as sign of an attempt to oppress the bhikkhunis unfairly, but it should be noted that:. Patimokkha — Wikipedia These will be referenced together with the monastic code texts patimo,kha traditions that have already passed out of active Buddhist monastic communal use but from which much which is of value from our Buddhist heritage can still be gleaned and understood. Bhikkhus, [the Buddha is apparently addressing the bhikkhus who will inform the bhikkhunis of this training rule] a training rule is to be understood, is to be asked patlmokkha, is to be pondered. The Robe-cloth Chapter If that unrelated man or woman householder presents the bhikkhuni with many robes pieces of robe-clothshe is to accept at most enough for an upper and an under robe.