Niddesa (sanskrit nirdesh) is in the form of a commentary on parts of the Sutta Nipata. The tradition ascribes it to the Buddha's disciple Sariputta. It is divided into two parts:
Maha Niddesa commenting on the Atthaka Vagga ("Octet Chapter," Sn 4);
Culla or Cula Niddesa , commenting on the Parayana Vagga ("Way to the Far Shore Chapter,"Sn 5) and Khaggavisana Sutta ("Rhinoceros Horn Discourse," Sn 1.3).
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Niddesa:Explanation of the Octad Chapter
Part2: Cūlạ Niddesa
Explanation Of The Way To The Far Shore
Niddesa:2.b Explanation of the Rhinoceros Sutta
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Translation of Niddesa in English is available here.
Original Pali Version
The following freely available .PDF files were taken from www.tipitaka.org. These are from Vipassana Research Institute. These contain the original words in Pali language.
The translation of original Pali words can never convey exact meaning, hence these are being provided for research & comparison. The www.tipitaka.org website also contains files in many other languages.
It is also to be mentioned that in original Pali language Buddha is referred as Bhagava(God), Bhagvanta(God), Sattha/Satthu(Teacher).
Pali-Devnagri Version(Sanskrit/Hindi Script)