1 - The convocation of the Assembly
Thus have I heard: Upon a time Buddha sojourned in Anātha-pindika's park by Shravasti with a great company of bhikshus, even twelve hundred and fifty.
One day, at the time for breaking fast, the World-Honored One enrobed and, carrying his bowl, made his way into the great city of Shravasti to beg for his food. In the midst of the city he begged from door to door according to rule. This done, he returned to his retreat and took his meal. When he had finished he put away his robe and begging bowl, washed his feet, arranged his seat, and sat down.