No. 120.  BANDHANAMOKKHA-JĀTAKA. “Whilst folly’s speech”–This story was told by the Master while at Jetavana, about the brahmin-girl Ciñcā, whose history will be given in the Twelfth Book in the Mahāpaduma-jātaka 1. On this occasion the Master said, “Brethren, this is not the first time Ciñcā has laid false accusations against me. She did … Read moreNo. 120. BANDHANAMOKKHA-JĀTAKA
No. 119. AKĀLARĀVI-JĀTAKA. “No parents trained.”–This story was told by the Master while at Jetavana, about a Brother who used to be noisy at wrong seasons. He is said to have come of a good Sāvatthi family and to have given up the world for the Truth, but to have neglected his duties and despised … Read moreNo. 119. AKĀLARĀVI-JĀTAKA.
No. 118. VAṬṬAKA-JĀTAKA. “The thoughtless man.”–This story the Master told while at Jetavana, about the son of Over-Treasurer. This Over-Treasurer is said to have been a very rich man of Sāvatthi, and his wife became the mother of a righteous being from the realm of Brahma angels, who grew up as lovely as Brahma.  … Read moreNo. 118. VAṬṬAKA-JĀTAKA.
No. 117. TITTIRA-JĀTAKA. “As died the partridge.”–This story was told by the Master while at Jetavana, about Kokālika, whose story will be found in the Thirteenth Book in the Takkāriya Jātaka 1. Said the Master, “As now, Brethren, so likewise in former times, Kokālika’s tongue has worked his destruction.” So saying, he told this story … Read moreNo. 117. TITTIRA-JĀTAKA.
No. 116. DUBBACA-JĀTAKA. “Too much.”–This story was told by the Master while at Jetavana, about an unruly Brother whose-own story will be given in the Ninth Book in the Gijjha-jātaka 1. The Master rebuked him in these words:–“As now, so in former days wert thou unruly, Brother, disregarding the counsels of the wise and good. … Read moreNo. 116. DUBBACA-JĀTAKA.
No. 115. ANUSĀSIKA-JĀTAKA. “The greed-denouncing bird.”–This story was told by the Master while at Jetavana, about a Sister who gave a warning to others. For we are told that she came of a good Sāvatthi family, but that from the day of her entrance into the Order she failed of her duty and was filled … Read moreNo. 115. ANUSĀSIKA-JĀTAKA.
No. 114. MITACINTI-JĀTAKA. “They twain in fisher’s net.”–This story was told by the Master while at Jetavana, about two aged Elders. After a rainy-season spent in a forest in the country they resolved to seek out the Master, and got together provisions for their journey. But they kept putting off their departure day by day, … Read moreNo. 114. MITACINTI-JĀTAKA.
No. 113. SIGĀLA-JĀTAKA. “The drunken jackal.”–This story was told by the Master while at the Bamboo-grove, about Devadatta. The Brethren had assembled  in the Hall of Truth and were telling how Devadatta had gone to Gayāsīsa with five hundred followers, whom he was leading into error by declaring that the Truth was manifest in … Read moreNo. 113. SIGĀLA-JĀTAKA.
No. 112. AMARĀDEVĪ-PAÑHA. “Cakes and gruel.”–This question too will be found in the same Jātaka. This is the end of the Question of Queen Amarā 2. Footnotes 254:2 Amarā was the wife of King Mahosadha; of. Milindapañho, page 205. The Bodhisatta was Mahosadha, cf. Jātaka (test) i. p. 53.
No. 111. GADRABHA-PAÑHA. “Thou think’st thyself a swan.”–This Question as to the Ass will also be set out at length in the Ummagga-jātaka. This is the end of the Question as to the Ass.