- SN 11.1 Suvīra Sutta: The Discourse about the Deity Suvīra What does God Sakka, the one with with power over Tāvatiṁsa gods, praise?
- SN 11.2 Susīma Sutta: The Discourse about the Deity Susīma The Buddha praises courage and effort so that one can attain enlightenment.
- SN 11.3 Dhajagga Sutta: The Discourse about the Top of the Flag The Tathāgata, the Arahant, the Supremely Enlightened One is free from lust, is free from hatred and is free from delusion; he is not subject to fear, terror and fright. He will never flee.
- SN 11.4 Vepacitti: The Discourse about Vepacitti Sutta If one gets angry at another angry person, he makes things worse for himself. The one who doesn’t repay an angry person with anger, he wins the hard battle.
- SN 11.5 Subhāsita Jaya Sutta: Victory by Well-Spoken Words God Sakka and Vepacitti engage in a debate to see who uses well-spoken words.
- SN 11.6 Kulāvaka Sutta: The Bird Nests As God Sakka is running from the titans, an act of compassion ultimately wins in the end.
- SN 11.7 Na Dubbhiya Sutta: One Should Not Betray God Sakka and Vepacitti discuss a thought that arose in God Sakka’s mind.
- SN 11.8 Verocana Asurinda Sutta: Verocana Lord of the Titans God Sakka and Verocana recite verses in front of the Buddha.
- SN 11.9 Araññāyatana Isi Sutta: The Discourse about the Seers in the Forest God Sakka and Vepacitti both go to a monastery but in different ways.
- SN 11.10 Isayosamuddaka Sutta: The Discourse about the Seers along the Shore of the Ocean When a battle between gods and titans is about to occur, a number of seers goes to the titans to ask for safety.
- SN 11.11 Deva Sattavatapada Sutta: The Discourse about the Noble Promises of God Sakka What are the 7 noble promises one should practice to become God Sakka?
- SN 11.12 Dutiya Deva Sattavatapada Sutta: The Second Discourse about the Noble Promises of God Sakka What were the names associated with God Sakka and why was he called those?
- SN 11.13 Mahāli Sattavatapada Sutta: The Discourse about the Noble Promises Given to Mahāli the Licchavi The Buddha explains the qualities of God Sakka.
- SN 11.14 Dallidda Suttaṁ: The Discourse about a Poor Man The wise person, remembering the Buddha’s teachings, should be devoted to faith, virtue, confidence and realization of the Dhamma.
- SN 11.15 Rāmaneyyaka Sutta: A Delightful Place Whether in a village or forest, in a valley or on the plain, wherever the liberated ones live is truly a delightful place.
- SN 11.16 Yajamāna Sutta: The Discourse about Sacrifices For those people who make sacrificial offerings, searching for merit, the gift given to the community of monks generates great results.
- SN 11.17 Vandanā Sutta: The Discourse about Veneration God Sakka and Brahma Sahampati recites verses in the presence of the Supreme Buddha.
- SN 11.18 Sakka Namassana Sutta: The Discourse about the Worship of Sakka Who does god Sakka worship before going out?
- SN 11.19 Dutiya Sakka Namassana Sutta: The Second Discourse about the Worship of Sakka God Sakka explains who he worships and why.
- SN 11.20 Tatiya Sakka Namassana Sutta: The Third Discourse about the Worship of Sakka God Sakka describes those who leave the home life and the qualities they have.
- SN 11.21 Jhatva Sutta: The Discourse about Burning What does one need to burn to sleep peacefully? What does one need to burn to not sorrow?
- SN 11.22 Dubbanniya Sutta: The Discourse about Being Ugly What does god Sakka do when an anger eating demon sits on his seat?
- SN 11.23 Māyā Sutta: The Discourse about Magic When Vepacitti falls sick, he asks god Sakka for help.
- SN 11.24 Accaya Sutta: The Discourse about Offence The Buddha explains two types of fools and two types of wise people.
- SN 11.25 Akkodha Sutta: The Discourse about Non-anger When two monks have an argument, the Supreme Buddha explains the two types of fools and two types of wise people.
All Saṁyutta Nikāya
— Sāgātha Vagga —
| SN 1 | SN 2 | SN 3 | SN 4 | SN 5 | SN 6 | SN 7 | SN 8 | SN 9 | SN 10 | SN 11 |
— Nidāna Vagga —
| SN 12 | SN 13 | SN 14 | SN 15 | SN 16 | SN 17 | SN 18 | SN 19 | SN 20 | SN 21 |
— Khandha Vagga —
| SN 22 | SN 23 | SN 24 | SN 25 | SN 26 | SN 27 | SN 28 | SN 29 | SN 30 | SN 31 | SN 32 | SN 33 | SN 34 |
— Saḷāyatana Vagga —
| SN 35 | SN 36 | SN 37 | SN 38 | SN 39 | SN 40 | SN 41 | SN 42 | SN 43 | SN 44 |
— Mahā Vagga —
| SN 45 | SN 46 | SN 47 | SN 48 | SN 49 | SN 50 | SN 51 | SN 52 | SN 53 | SN 54 | SN 55 | SN 56 |
All Saṁyutta Nikāya