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Kaba-aye, world peace; e.g. Kaba-aye pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar, world peace pagoda; Indi* people adapted "kaba" from Pali language long long time ago; Myanmar people have adapted "kaba" (world) from Pali;

Kaccāni Jātaka;

kajishin, Buddha preached in his manifest form; Nippon Buddhism; also see: Shingi;

Kakacūpama sutta;

Kakusandha Buddha, also see: 2008 Ashin Pyinnya Thiha taught suttas .htm;

Kalatha, monk (bhikkhu) 's name in meaningful Pali;

kalingaraṁ, useless rotten log;

kalyana puthujjana, good puthujjana; andha puthujjana, blind (here, "blind" refers to NOT informed one) puthujjana;

kāma, desire; ; Yogakkhema (kama, bhava, ditthi, avijja);

kāma, lust; sense-desires;

kāma, material pleasures;

māra, 10 kinds of kilesa are:

1. kāma (material pleasures);
2. arati (aversion for the holy life);
3. khuppipāsā (hunger and thirst);
4.
taṇhā (craving);
5. thina middha (sloth and torpor);
6. bhaya (fear);
7. vicikicchā (doubt);
8. makkha thambha (detraction and obstinacy);
9. labha (gain); sakkāra (honor); siloka (praise); yasa (fame);
10. attukkaṁsana para vambhana (extolling oneself that contempt others);

Remark: notice that both good and bad can cause kilesa, and 10 kinds of kilesa (mental defilements) are a.k.a. māra (sense of passions); after meditation (Also see: Radical333), those 10 kinds of kilesa can be realized; for common people (refer to puthujjana), Middle Path should be ... ; notice that sotāpanna level people can control and reduce those 10 kinds of kilesa, And Then, sakadāgāmi level people, And Then, anāgāmi level people, ... ;

kama loka, reborn only once again in this world (kama loka) once-returner; also see: reborn in heavenly sphere (rupa loka) or (aruga loka) ... ;

kāmaloka, sense sphere (refer to human beings plane (realm) and six celestial planes (heavenly realms));

e.g. in kāmaloka (sense sphere), sagga (full of happiness) ... ;

kāma-bhūmi, realm of sensual pleasure; in Khamer, bhūmi is aka nation, aka state;

kāma-sukha, sensual pleasure;

Kamabumi, a realm, aka kāma-bhūmi, also see: 2008 Ashin Pyinnya Thiha taught suttas .htm;

kamac chanda, sensual desire;

kāmacchanda, sense desire; Also see: nivaraṇa;

kāmada sutta;

kāmarāga, sense-desire, a fetter to be weakened at 2nd stage enlightenment, also see: sakadāgāmi;

kāmatanhā, sensual pleasures; also see: tanhā;

kamma, aka kharma, aka karma, also see: kāma; kamma literally means action, in its ultimate sense, kamma means meritorious and de-meritorious volition aka kusala akusala cetanā; Conservatively in Theravada Buddhism, 3 kinds of karma ... basically 3 kinds are physical kamma, verbal kamma, and mental kamma;

kamma niyāma, order of act and result, for example: desirable and undesirable acts produce corresponding good and bad results; also see: order 1. of niyāma ;

kammayoni, matrix of action; also see: samsāra;

kampa, to loosen;

Kandaraka suttanta;

kahaṁ dhammaṁ, 10 kinds of evil deeds; ; Also see: sukkaṁ (10 kinds of good deeds);

Kanhnagotamaka, also see: 2008 Ashin Pyinnya Thiha taught suttas .htm;

kankhā vitarana visuddhi, doubt overcoming purification;

Kannon, Goddess of Mercy, aka Guanyin; Mahayana Nippon; IFF 33, also see: 108 configuration;

kārakassa manoratham pūretīti puññam, merit is puñña, it helps fulfill wishes of merit doers;

Karaniya Sutta, also see: kāya* ;

karma [ THE JOY OF LIVING ], aka kamma, aka khamma; action; activity; wazaAct;

karunā, compassion, aka one of the 4 sublime states ; karunā, compassion; sympathy;

Kassapa, a monk's name, in 2500+ years ago, , also see: 2008 Ashin Pyinnya Thiha taught suttas .htm;

Kassapa Buddha, also see: 2008 Ashin Pyinnya Thiha taught suttas .htm;

kathā vatthu, Points of controversy, aka 3rd of abhidhamma pitaka;

kathina; in common, WHEN end of vassa, donating robes to monks; for each year, celebrating end of 3 months seasonal retreat;

Sīmā, sacred place WHERE ordination performs; Sangha's activities (e.g. Kathina), held at the place;

kaya, body; Also see: sabba kaya; IFF (kaya and nama) also see: 2; kāya, body aka physical phenomena; Also see: dva ttimis ākārā, 32 parts of the body;

asavak khaya, extinction of corruptions; vijjā caraṇa (8 kinds of knowledge, 15 kinds of conduct), notice that "khaya" is one of the 8 kinds of knowledge;

kaya and nama are coexistence; Radical191;

kaya sankhara, bodily formation;

kaya viveka, bodily separation from crowd; also see: viveka;

kāya-nu-passanā, kāya body + anu continuously + passanā seeing; yogi have to see physical phenomena in body repeatedly;

kāya-nu-passanā, noun form of kāya-nu-passi; Also see: nupassi;

kāya-nu-passi, the word kāya-nu-passi alone clearly explains what the work of meditation is kammatthāna;

kāyānupassanā, a.k.a. kāya-nu-passanā; kāyānupassanā, contemplation of the body;

4 foundations of mindfulness (kāyānupassanā, vedanānupassanā, cittānupassanā, dhammanupassanā); also see: 37 Factors of Enlightenment, Bodhipakkhiyadhamma = 4 + 4 + 4 + 5 + 5 + 7 + 8;

Kelasa, monk (bhikkhu) 's name in meaningful Pali;

khamma, also see: karma;

khanda, 5 aggregates;

to understand WHAT is 5 aggregates, 1st to understand Maha sati patthana Sutta; because, Maha sati patthana Sutra, classified into: (sati (4); paramattha (kaya (28), citta (2 (9, 16)), dharma nupassana (5), (kaya & nama) as induction one, (knowledge (50))); khanda (5); vipallasa (4); ... ; ... ) ;

khandha sutta, also see: 2008 Ashin Pyinnya Thiha taught suttas .htm;

asavak khaya, extinction of corruptions; vijjā caraṇa (8 kinds of knowledge, 15 kinds of conduct);

Dāruk khandha sutta;

khanika-samādhi, momentary concentration; to gain only with effort, also see: 3 stages of effort;

khanika-samādhi, momentary concentration, one of the 5 jhāna factors;

Khuddaka nikāya, Smaller collection, aka 5th of sutta pitaka;

Khuddaka pātha, Shorter texts; also see: Khuddaka nikāya is subdivided into 15 books;  5.*   ;

khuppipāsā, hunger and thirst;

māra, 10 kinds of kilesa are:

1. kāma (material pleasures);
2. arati (aversion for the holy life);
3. khuppipāsā (hunger and thirst);
4.
taṇhā (craving);
5. thina middha (sloth and torpor);
6. bhaya (fear);
7. vicikicchā (doubt);
8. makkha thambha (detraction and obstinacy);
9. labha (gain); sakkāra (honor); siloka (praise); yasa (fame);
10. attukkaṁsana para vambhana (extolling oneself that contempt others);

Remark: notice that both good and bad can cause kilesa, and 10 kinds of kilesa (mental defilements) are a.k.a. māra (sense of passions); after meditation (Also see: Radical333), those 10 kinds of kilesa can be realized; for common people (refer to puthujjana), Middle Path should be ... ; notice that sotāpanna level people can control and reduce those 10 kinds of kilesa, And Then, sakadāgāmi level people, And Then, anāgāmi level people, ... ;

kilesa, defilement;

kilesa, mental defilements; ; IFF Mahayana Buddhism, also see: 108; kilesa, passions;

10 kinds of kilesa are a.k.a. māra;

kilesā-kāma, sensual desire; desire for them;

kilesa-vera a.k.a. akusala-vera, internal enemy in the form of unwholesomeness or mental defilements, also see: the discourse on enemy; 2 kinds of enemy are internal enemy and external enemy;

kilesāmete pavatti-dukkhā, āyatim ca dukkha-hetu-bhūtā, horrible suffering now and in the future;

kiriya, inoperative;

Kodañña, one of the 8 arahants;

KODHA VAGGA; also see: vagga;

Konagamana Buddha, also see: 2008 Ashin Pyinnya Thiha taught suttas .htm;

Kosala, a king's name, 2500+ years ago;

Virudaka of Kosala;

kshatriya, politician, warrior, 1 of the 4 castes in ancient India; also see: brahmana; shudra; vaishya;

ku, disgusting;

kukkucca, worry, nivarana, hindrance, thina, sloth, middha, torpor, uddhacca, restlessness; Also see: Satipatthana meditation;

kusala, 10 kinds of meritorious deeds:

1. generosity;
2. morality;
3. meditation;
4. reverence;
5. service;
6. transference of merit;
7. rejoicing in others' merit;
8. hearing the doctrine;
9. expounding the doctrine;
10. straightening one's view;

kusala, wholesomeness (merit); akusala unwholesomeness (demerit); kusala, wholesomeness; wholesome mental states aka nekkhamma;

Also see: puñña, merit WHICH cleanses the mind; kusala is another usage for puñña;

kusala akusala cetana, meritorious and de-meritorious volition WHICH causes ultimate sense, and then the ultimate sense becomes law of kamma aka karma;

kusalā anavajja-sukhavipāka-lakkhanā, wholesomeness which is characterized as flawlessness and pleasant result;

kusalakari ( monastery name), also see: index; www.kusalakari.net;

Kuvera, also see: 2008 Ashin Pyinnya Thiha taught suttas .htm;

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