Mangala Sutta. The Discourse On Blessings. Eva½ me suta½. Thus I have heard: Eka½ samaya½ bhagav±. On one occasion the Blessed One. S±vatthiya½. In response, the Buddha delivered a discourse known as Mangala Sutta, in Mangala Sutta is customarily chanted for blessings on auspicious occasions.
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