- SN 6.1 Ayācana Sutta: The Discourse on Brahmā’s RequestThe Buddha knew that it would be difficult for people to understand the Dhamma. Therefore we must work hard to be someone who understands.
- SN 6.2 Gārava Sutta: The Discourse on Honoring the TeacherWhat did the Supreme Buddha respect?
- SN 6.3 Brahmadeva Sutta: Discourse on Brahmadeva BhanteDo brahmās receive the gifts we offer? Who should we make offerings to?
- SN 6.4 Baka Brahmā Sutta: The Discourse Given to Brahmā BakaThe Buddha teaches the reality to a Brahmā who thought his world is permanent.
- SN 6.5 Aparā Diṭṭhi Sutta: The Discourse about a Certain Wrong View of a BrahmāWhen a Brahmā thinks no ascetic or brahmin can come to his world, the Buddha shows him the truth.
- SN 6.6 Pamāda Sutta: The Discourse about the Negligence of a Certain BrahmaTwo Brahmas try to convince a negligent Brahma the benefits of taking care of the Buddha.
- SN 6.7 Kokālika Sutta: The Discourse about Monk KokālikaOnly a foolish person would try to measure the qualities of a liberated one.
- SN 6.8 Katamoraka Tissa Sutta: The Discourse about Monk Katamoraka TissaHe who would try to measure Liberated Ones with immeasurable qualities is ignorant and foolish.
- SN 6.9 Tudu Brahma Sutta: The Discourse About Brahma TuduBrahma Tudu tries to convince monk Kokālika to let go of his hatred towards Venerable Sāriputta and Venerable Moggallāna.
- SN 6.10 Dutiya Kokālika Sutta: The Second Discourse about Monk KokālikaThe final days of monk Kokalika who held hatred towards Arahant Sāriputta and Arahant Moggallāna.
- SN 6.11 Sanaṅkumāra Sutta: The Discourse Given to Brahma Sanaṅkumāra Approving His VerseBrahma Sanaṅkumāra tells the Buddha a verse of how a sage accomplished in true knowledge and pure conduct is the best among gods and humans.
- SN 6.12 Devadatta Sutta: The Discourse Given to Brahma Sahampati Approving His Verse about DevadattaBrahma Sahampati recites a verse in relation to Devadatta.
- SN 6.13 Andhakavinda Sutta: The Discourse of Approving the Verses Recited by Brahma Sahampati in the City of AndhakavindaBrahma Sahampati recites verses describing the path monks should take to become liberated.
- SN 6.14 Arunavati Sutta: The Discourse of the Arunavati CapitalThe Buddha tells a past story of Buddha Sikhī and Arahant Abhibhū visiting the brahma world.
- SN 6.15 Parinibbāna Sutta: The Discourse about the Final Extinguishing of the BuddhaWhat did monks, deities and brahmas say at the extinguishing of the Buddha?
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