Seeking but not finding the house builder, I traveled through the round of countless births. Oh, painful is birth ever and again! House builder, you have now been seen. You shall not build the house again. Your rafters have been broken down; your ridge-pole is demolished too. My mind has now attained the unformed nirvana and reached the end of every kind of craving. (Dh. 153-54.)

dhajagga paritta 旌旗顶经 Top of the Banner Protective Chant (SN.I.11.1.3)

Number Of Pages 4
Author(s) Buddha
Publisher Brahmavihara Monastery & Retreat Centre
Publish Year 2020
Publish Place Brahmavihara Monastery & Retreat Centre
About This Book The Dhajagga Sutta belongs to a class of Buddhist literature known as paritta (protective texts) in is easily seen in that it deals with refuge (sarana) from fear. The Blessed One spoke this Dhajagga Paritta, for those who by recollecting it have been freed from sufferings such as fear of yakshas and of robbers [fear of disease, horror]
Language English, Chinese