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The Patthana (paṭṭhāna, }

}}: ပဌာန်း, pa htan:) is a Buddhist scripture, part of the Pali Canon of Theravada Buddhism, where it is included in the Abhidhamma Pitaka.

Translation: Conditional Relations, 1969-, in progress, 2 volumes so far tr U Narada, Pali Text Society[1], Bristol

This book is a detailed examination of causal conditioning, analysing 24 types of conditioning in relation to the classifications in the matika of the Dhammasangani.

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  • 'Patthana Dhamma' HTML E-book by Htoo Naing.
  • '' Canonical text of Patthana both in English and Pali, guides, lectures, and other materials.
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