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|Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera|
|Anāthapindikovāda Sutta：Addressed by Sāriputta to Anāthapindika when he lay on his deathbed. It was an exhortation to him not to cling to mundane things. It is said that at the end of the sermon the banker wept aloud，never before having heard such a homily. Soon after，he died and was born as a deva，in which form he came to Jetavana and paid homage to the Buddha （M.iii.258-63）.
In this sutta Sāriputta says that such sermons were not vouchsafed to the white-robed laity but reserved for the duly-ordained （M.iii.261），a statement sometimes quoted as evidence of an esoteric doctrine in Buddhism.
Anāthapindika makes a request that such suttas should also be preached to laymen because there are young men whose eyes are but slightly dimmed.