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[[Tipitaka]] >> [[Sutta Pitaka]] >> [[Digha Nikaya]] >> '''2.6Maha Govinda Sutta(DN19)'''
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[[Tipitaka]] >> [[Sutta Pitaka]] >> [[Digha Nikaya]] >> '''Maha Govinda Sutta'''
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Pali Versions : [[DN2.6Maha Govinda Sutta Pali-Eng.|Pali-English Version]] and [[DN2.6Maha Govinda Sutta Pali-Dev.|Pali-Devanagari Version]]
 
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Once the Lord was staying at Rajagha, on Vultures' Peak. And when the night was nearly over, Pancasikha of the gandhabbas, lighting up the entire Vultures' Peak with a splendid radiance, approached the Lord, saluted him, stood to one side and said: "Lord, I wish to report to you what I have personally seen and observed when I was in the presence of the Thirty-Three Gods." "Tell me then, Pancasikha", said the Lord.
 
Once the Lord was staying at Rajagha, on Vultures' Peak. And when the night was nearly over, Pancasikha of the gandhabbas, lighting up the entire Vultures' Peak with a splendid radiance, approached the Lord, saluted him, stood to one side and said: "Lord, I wish to report to you what I have personally seen and observed when I was in the presence of the Thirty-Three Gods." "Tell me then, Pancasikha", said the Lord.
   

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