Kalama Sutta translated by Rupert Gethin

Aṅguttara Nikāya 3.65 Kesaputta
Translated by Rupert Gethin © Read by Roland Kitchen.
With thanks to paliaudio.com.

Buddhist Trinity on Cushions, Java, Dieng Plateau, 8th century, © Metropolitan Museum of Art

Kalama Sutta: sometimes called ‘The Buddha’s Charter of Free Inquiry’.

With thanks to paliaudio.com who have a very good selection of Pali Texts to listen to.



Categories: Foundations of Buddhism

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