Holy Digha Nikaya (Dialogues of the Buddha) is a sacred text of Buddhism.
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The Sutta Pitaka, the second division of the Tipitaka, consists of more than 10,000 suttas, or discourses, delivered by the Buddha and his close disciples during and shortly after the Buddha's forty-five year teaching career, as well as many additional verses by other members of the Sangha. Over eight hundred sutta translations are available.
The Digha Nikaya, or "Collection of Long Discourses" (Pali digha = "long") is the first division of the Sutta Pitaka, and consists of thirty-four suttas, grouped into three vaggas, or divisions:
Silakkhandha-vagga -- The Division Concerning Morality (13 suttas)
Maha-vagga -- The Large Division (10 suttas)
Patika-vagga -- The Patika Division (11 suttas)
Intro taken from www.accesstoinsight.org/canon/sutta/digha/
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