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Kapila-vatthu

, n. [sa. Kapilavastu], Npr.; the town
~ named after the ascetic 11Kapila, q.v.; v. PPN s.v.; the
location of ~ is uncertain, probably
Ganwaria (Distr.
Basti, U.P.); cf. H. HÄRTEL: Archaeological Research on
Ancient Buddhist Sites, in: Die Datierung des histori-
schen Buddha.
I. AWG. Phil.-Hist. Kl. 3. Folge, Nr.
189. 1991, pp. 174-80; — ~ is mentioned in all parts of
the Tipiṭaka, though not very frequently: 11 times in the
Vin; in D only the preaching of the Mahāsamayasutta
(II 253-262) is located in ~; in M: 5 suttas, in S: 6 sut-
tas, cf. S-Trsl. Woodward V 1930: XVIII; — Sud-
dhodano nāma rājā pita ahosi, Māyādevī mātā ja-
nettī, ~u nagaraṁ rājādhānī, D II 7,28; Bv XXVI 13;
Bv-a 92,35 = 273,22; Mhv II 15; Samantak 11; ~usmiṁ
bhagavato sarīrānaṁ thūpañ ca mahañ ca akaṁsu,
D II 167,3; ~uṁ agamāsiṁ, I 91,13; bhagavā sakkesu
viharati ~usmiṁ, II 253,3 = Vin I 82,4; pañcadasa-
maṁ (scil. antovassaṁ) ~usmiṁ (scil. vasi), Mp II
124,30; Rājagato ~uṁ gantuṁ, Th-a II 224,13.