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    विनय पिटक    
   
                                       
सुत्त-
विभंग
खन्धक परि-
वार
               
   
    सुत्त पिटक    
   
                                                      
दीघ
निकाय
मज्झिम
निकाय
संयुत्त
निकाय
                     
   
   
                                                                     
अंगुत्तर
निकाय
खुद्दक
निकाय
                           
   
    अभिधम्म पिटक    
   
                                                           
ध॰सं॰ विभं॰ धा॰क॰
पुग्॰
क॰व॰ यमक पट्ठान
                       
   
         

Template:त्रिपिटक lists the major texts of the Pali Canon in a sidebar.


Usage[सम्पादन]

This template can be invoked as follows:

{{त्रिपिटक}}transcludes the template as shown here.
{{त्रिपिटक|abbrev=1}}transcludes this template so that Sutta Pitaka collection titles are abbreviated and are all on one shelf.


Representation, organization and color scheme[सम्पादन]

The organization and color scheme of this template is meant to simplistically resemble a bookshelf such as represented in the photograph below to the left.

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The blue and gold colors of the books are meant to simulate the binding of the Thai edition of the Tipitaka.

A number of Tipitaka collections have multiple volumes. For instance, the Pali version of the Digha Nikaya is made up of three volumes in the Burmese, Sinhalese, Thai and PTS editions. While there is a significant degree of overlap in terms of the number of volumes per collection across the various editions, for the sake of this template's concrete representation the number of volumes per collection as represented by the standard Thai edition was chosen. (For more information on the number of volumes that comprise the Thai edition of the Pali canon, see www.budsir.com's "List of Tipitaka", retrieved 2007-05-15).

Standard abbreviations used for single-volume Abhidhamma-Pitaka collections are:

  • Dhs. = Dhammasangani
  • Vbh. = Vibhanga
  • Dhk. | Pug. = Dhatukatha & Puggalapannatti (two works, one volume)
  • Kvu. = Kathavatthu

In addition, when the "abbrev" parameter is set on, then the following abbreviations are used:

  • SV. = Sutta-vibhanga (of the Vinaya)
  • Vin V = Parivara (refers to its traditionally being the Vinaya's fifth volume [Roman numeral V])
  • DN = Digha Nikaya
  • MN = Majjhima Nikaya
  • SN = Samyutta Nikaya
  • AN = Anguttara Nikaya
  • KN = Khuddaka Nikaya
  • Yam. = Yamaka

Note on volume naming: For the sake of representational simplicity, this template designates multi-volume collections by just the name of the collection itself, such as "Majjhima Nikaya." However, the actual name of an individual volume within a collection is traditionally represented in various ways. Thus, for instance, in Pali-language editions of the Pali Canon, the first individual volume of the Majjhima Nikaya is known as the Majjhimanikaya Mulapannasaka and can thus be abbreviated as "Ma.Mu." or, in accordance with Pali Text Society notation, simply "M I" or "M i." In addition, some volumes within a collection have a widely recognized name that does not reference the collection itself, such as the Khuddaka Nikaya's Dhammapada. Moreover, some volumes have different names and intra-collection ordering across different editions of the Pali Canon, such as the first book of the Vinaya which is the Parajika in the Burmese and Sinhalese editions and the Mahavibhanga 1 in the Thai edition.

Sources[सम्पादन]

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