1. Moranivāpa Sutta.– Taught at Moranivāpa on the qualities that make a monk fully proficient in the holy life — the aggregate of the virtues, concentration and insight, belonging to the adept. A.i.291.
2. Moranivāpa Sutta.– Taught at the Paribbājakārāma in Moranivāpa. It enumerates several groups of qualities the possession of which make a monk fully proficient in the higher life. Three of the groups are triads and the fourth a dyad. A stanza, attributed to Sanaṅkumāra, is also quoted. A.v.326 ﬀ.