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Upāli

, m. [= BHS], Npr. of 1. disciple of the
Buddha, authority on Vinaya, probably identical with
the
Sakya barber, who was ordained together with the six
Sakya princes Anuruddha etc.; Vin II 182,28 foll.
(cf. Mvu III 179,6 foll.); Dhp-a I 116,5; Mil 108,1;
his name as a layman is given by mistake as Mantāṇi-
putta: Ap-a 278,8 (cf. Ap 38,14: Mantāṇiputto
Puṇṇo); etym.: khattiyānaṁ upa samīpe allīno yutto
... ti ~i, Ap-a 278,10; reviled by nuns for being a barber:
Vin IV 308,34; his upajjhāya was Kappitaka: Vin
IV 308,11; U. asked the Buddha about Vinaya: Vin
I 325,26 — 328,23; 358,1-30; II 33,33 — 34,2 ≠ 36,17-24;
203,21 — 206,11; 247,4 — 248,15; V 180 — 206 (cf. Mp
II 4,1 foll. quoted Ss Ce 1914 115,30 foll. ≠ Vin V 201,11
foll.); A IV 143,16 foll.; V 201,26 foll.; 70,4 foll.;
learned the
Vinaya from the Buddha: Mp I 312,12;
Sp 1348,4; asked by monks about Vinaya: Vin III 39,13;
II 67,1; III 212,10; helped monks in \maya-disputes:
Vin I 88,14; III 212,9; Th-a I 124,11; learned in the
Vinava: Vin II 168,28 = IV 142,29 (Sp 875,31 foll.);
A I 25,9 (Mp I 311,10 foll.); Ja IV 266,7; Bv I 61;
Sv 192,11; Spk II 125,16; 140,30; III 189,24; Vibh-a
354,19; Samantak 637; asked to decide a Vinaya-
dispute by the Buddha and helped by Visākhā: Ja I
148,6; Sv 808,12; Mp I 284,4; Dhp-a III 145,21;
Th-a II 68,17; Ap-a 507,18; recited the Vinava at the
first council:
Vin II 286,18 foll.; Sp 13,8 foll.; 30,17 foll.
(Sp-ṭ Be 1960 I 108,16 foll); Sp 1348,5; Sv 11,20 foll.;
Pj I 97,1 foll.; Dīp IV 7; V 11; Mhv III 30 foll.
(Mhv-ṭ 149,8 foll.); Mhbv 91,14 foll.; Saddhamma-
saṅgaha 25,2 foll.; Sadd 600,22; first teacher in the
vinaya-thera-paraṁparā: Vin V 2,36* = Sp 62,3*; Sp
235,14; Sās 13,7; teacher of Dāsaka: Vin V 2,36* =
Sp 62,3*; Dīp IV 27 foll.; V 77 foll.; Mhv V 104 foll.
(Mhv-ṭ 212,4); Sās 13,7; 14,28; interpreted the Vinaya
as an authority: iminā lakkhaṇena āyatiṁ vinaya-
dharā vinayaṁ vinicchinissanti, Sp 272,6; °-tthero
bhagavatā avinicchitapubbaṁ . . . nayaggāhena vini-
cchini, Sp 283,25; recited verses on Vinaya: Vin I
358,34* — 359,36*; verses ascribed to him: Th 249 — 251;
Mil 416,29* foll.; his Apadāna (cf. M. Hofinger, Congr.
du lac Anavatapta,
1954 p. 284 foll.) at Ap 37,10
48,23; 91,19 — 93,16 (cf. on Upāli 4.); story of his life:
Th-a II 101,5-22 ≠ Ap-a 274,30 — 275,19; his death at
the
upasampadā age of 74: Dīp V 95 (cf. Geiger,
Mhv-trst. p. XLVIII, but see A. Bareau, JA I 953,
31); his name in enumerations: + Anuruddha, Revata,
~, Ānanda, Rāhula, Vin I 355,14 = II 16,3 = IV
66,20; Mahākassapatthera, Anuruddhatthera, °-tthe-
ra, Puṇṇatthera, Dhp-a II 93,16; in a list of 80
mahāsāvakā : + Rāhula, Sīvali, ~, Dabba, Upasena
+ , Th-a III 205,33; Mahākassapa, ~, Anuruddha,
Ānanda, Jinak 40,19; v. also s. v. Upālikappaka; —
2. a youth from Rājagaha, whose parents wished him to
be ordained when he was not yet 20 years old, so that
he might live at ease;
Vin I 77,10 — 78,32 ≠ IV 128,26
130,14; — 3. a gahapati at Nālandā, follower of the
nigaṇṭha Nātaputta, converted by the Buddha: Upāli-
sutta, M I 371 foll.; Mp III 174,24; IV 93,21; recites 10
gāthās in eulogy of the Buddha (Upāligāthā); M I
386,3 foll. (cf. Ps IV 34,17; Sv 906,16); his bhogagāma
was Bālakaloṇakāra: Ps IV 206,17; said to be one of
those who obtained knowledge of the
paṭisambhidās while
still on the
sekhabhūmi; Paṭis-a 6,33 = Vibh-a 388,27
≠ Vism 442,13; — 4. a thera, said to be the nephew of
Upāli 1.: bhāgineyya-Upāli, Ap-a 367,32, where his
story is told, but the
Apadāna (Ap 91,19 — 93,16),
said to be his in Ap-a, is a second Ap of Upāli 1.; —
5. a thera in the vinaya-thera-paraṁparā: Vin V 3,19*
= Sp 63,7*; Sās 20,2; lived in the 1st half of the 1st
cent. A.D.
(Adikaram, Early history of Buddhism in
Ceylon,
1946 p. 86); — 6. a thera of Burma, his name
as a
sāmaṇera: Munindaghosa, named U. after his
ordination, surnamed
Tipiṭakālaṁkāra by the king:
Sās 162,3 (PLB 53); — 7. a thera of Siam, who went
to Ceylon and lived there till his death during the reign of

Kittisirirājasīha (1747 — 1782): Mhv C 71; 94; 117;
127; 142 (cf. Geiger, Culture of Ceylon §191); Sās
168,26; cf. N. Ratnapala, The Katikāvatas, München
1971 p. 173 §3.