1. Saddhā. An upāsikā of Sāvatthi. Thinking that to allow a monk to have intercourse with her would be the highest gift, she accosted a monk and offered herself. The offer was, however, refused. Vin.iii.39.
2. Saddhā. One of Sakka's daughters. See the Sudhābhojana Jātaka.
1. Saddhā Sutta. A group of Satullapakāyika Devas visit the Buddha and one of them speaks in praise of saddhā. S.i.25.
2. Saddhā Sutta. On the five advantages resulting from faith. A.iii.42.
3. Saddhā Sutta. The perfect monk is he who has faith, virtue learning, is master of the dhamma, enters into the jhānas, etc. A.iv.314.
4. Saddhā Sutta. Eight qualities which make a monk perfect. A.iv.315.
5. Saddhā Sutta. Ten qualities which give perfection to a monk. A.v.10f.
6. Saddhā (or Apana) Sutta. The Buddha, staying at Apana, asks Sāriputta if a monk who is utterly devoted to the Tathāgata, and has perfect faith in him, can have any doubt or wavering as to the Tathāgata or his teaching Sāriputta answers in the negative and proceeds to explain. S.v.225f.