1. Nandana Sutta. The Buddha tells the monks at Jetavana how once a deva, surrounded by celestial sensuous enjoyments in Nandanavana, declared that no one, who had not seen the Nandana grove, understood real bliss. But another deva, standing by, reminded him that all saints had declared such enjoyments to be vain and impermaent. S.i.5.
2. Nandana Sutta. Records the conversation between the devaputta Nandana and the Buddha. S.i.52.
3. Nandana Sutta. Same as Nandati Sutta (q.v.), except that here it is Māra who utters the first verse. S.i.107.