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Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera
Ājañña Sutta:1. ājañña Sutta.-Like a king’s thoroughbred horse possessed of beauty,strength,speed and good proportions,a monk worthy of offerings should have beauty (of life),strength (of character),speed (of insight) and good proportions (of necessaries). A.ii.250-1.

2. ājañña Sutta.-Same as above,but speed of insight in a monk is depicted as ability to enter into the four jhānas. A.ii.251-2.

3. ājañña Sutta.-On eight qualities that a horse should possess in order to be worthy of being used by the king,and on eight similar qualities essential in the ideal monk. A.iv.188ff.

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