1. Bhaddiya Sutta.– Records the visit of the Licchavi Bhaddiya to the Buddha and also their conversation. A.ii.190 ﬀ.
2. Lakuṇḍaka Bhaddiya Sutta.– Taught in reference to Lakuṇṭaka Bhaddiya (q.v.) Though hunchbacked and unsightly, yet, says the Buddha, he was highly gifted, of a lofty nature, having achieved his goal. Even a puny boy, if wise, is truly great, feared by men as the lion is by animals. S.ii.279.
3. Bhaddiya Sutta.– The Buddha tells Bhaddiya Thera (2) that the Noble Disciple who is a Stream-