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kāya-daṇḍa,

m. [ts., SWTF s.v.], (t. t. Jaina, cf. Amg-D and Abhidh-rāj s.v.) binding the soul by kamma by engaging it in sinful deeds (corresponding to, but also opposed to Buddhist kāyakamma, q.v.), cf. kammapug­gala, q.v.; tīṇi … Nigaṇṭho Nātaputto daṇḍāni paññāpeti … ~aṁ vacīdaṇḍaṁ mano­daṇḍaṁ, M I 372,17 (Ps III 52,19 foll.; 57,8 foll.); M I 374,11 (Ps III 55,17); pasu­samā­rambhasaṁkhāto ‑âdīnaṁ tiṇṇaṁ daṇḍānaṁ añña­tara­daṇḍabhūto, Pj II 324,7; Nidd I 402,6 (kāya­duc­car­itaṁ, Nidd-a I 423,13); tividhaṁ kāya­duccaritaṁ ~o kāyadaṇḍo, Nidd II 164,8 = Be 229,16; adaṇḍesū (Dhp 137) ti °âdirahitesu khīṇâsavesu, Dhp-a III 70,13. — Rem.: The commentators always seem to follow the Upāli­suttanta, M I 372,8–373,28 even where this inter­pre­ta­tion does not really fit, e.g. in Dhp 137, thus providing the verse with an almost Jain interpretation.