1. Sakkā Sutta. Mahānāma visits the Buddha at Nigrodhārāma, where he was convalescing, and questions him regarding knowledge and concentration. Ananda, wishing to save the Buddha's strength, takes Mahānāma aside and talks to him of sīla, samādhi and paññā, both of the learner (sekha) and of the adept (asekha). A.i.219f.
2. Sakkā Sutta. A large number of Sākiyans visit the Buddha at Nigrodhārāma, and he impresses on them the very great advantage of keeping the fast day well. A.v.83.