2. Nirodha Sutta.– Sāriputta tells the monks that one, who has achieved virtue, concentration and insight, may both enter the cessation of perception and feeling and also emerge there from. Udāyi (Lāḷudāyī), who is present, contradicts this three times, but none upbraids him. Sāriputta’s words are repeated before the Buddha, and Udāyi acts similarly. The Buddha rebukes Ānanda for not admonishing Udāyi. Later, the Buddha talks of the matter to Upavāṇa and tells him of five qualities that a monk should possess. A.iii.192 ﬀ.