1. Kūṭa Sutta.– In a peaked house (kūṭāgāra) all the rafters converge towards the peak; so are all wrong states fixed together in ignorance. S.ii.262.
2. Kūṭa Sutta.– Similar to the above; all profitable conditions have earnestness as their peak. S.v.43.
3. Kūṭa Sutta.– Just as all the rafters slope to the peak, so do the seven factors of enlightenment (bojjhaṅga) tend towards nibbāna. S.v.75.
4. Kūṭa Sutta.– Two discourses of similar import, taught to Anāthapiṇḍika. When a peaked house is unthatched, the peak, the roof-beams and the walls are all unprotected. When thought is unguarded all actions also are unguarded. A.i.261 f.
5. Kūṭa Sutta.– Of the five powers (saddhā, hirī, ottappa, viriya, paññā) the last is the peak (A.iii.10).
6. Kūṭa Sutta.– Of the five powers, (saddhā, viriya, sati, samādhi, paññā) the last is the peak. A.iii.12.