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Amara-pura

, n. (a) [ts.], the city of the gods;
Mhbv 45,21 (°-sadisa-sobhaṁ nagaraṁ pavisitvā,
scil. Sāvatthiṁ); — (b) name of a capital in Burma
(founded by Bodoah Prâ, A. D. 1781); °~aṁ nāma
mahārājadhānī-nagaraṁ māpesi, Sās 132,4-7; 135,10;
Amara-pura153,1; herefrom a collection of pāli-texts was sent to
Ceylon
(A. D. 1802), see Sīmā-v 18,22 foll., Sās
23,33-35 & M. Bode, the Pāli-Literature of Burma,
p.
78—83; °âbhidhāna-mahānagare, Sand 18,12; abl.
~ato, Sās 143,1; — °-nikāya, m., the sect of A°; ~o,
Sās 142,29 (ib. introd. p. 46); — °-nikāyika, mfn.,
belonging to that school; pl.
~ā bhikkhū, Sās 159,6
(two schools in Ceylon); gen. ~ānaṁ bhikkhūnaṁ, ib.
142,27; ~ānaṁ pabhavo, ib. 163,10; — °-māpaka,
m., the founder of A° (Bodoah Prâ); gen. ~assa rañño
kāle, ib. 23,33; 163,3 (cf. ib. 14).