Dhammapada

Brahmanavagga ⧸ Gāthā 398

Chetvā naddhiṃ varattañca sandāmaṃ sahanukkamaṃ
Ukkhittapalighaṃ buddhaṃ tam ahaṃ brūmi brāhmaṇaṃ

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The Brāhmana ⧸ Verse 398

He who has cut the strap (hatred), the thong (craving), and the rope (heresies), together with the appendages (latent tendencies), who has thrown up the cross-bar (ignorance), who is enlightened (Buddha) - him I call a bràhmaua.
English translation by Ven. Narada Maha Thera. For free distribution only.

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