This Gï¿½ndhï¿½rï¿½ version of the Buddha's Discourse on Not-self (P Anattalakkhaá¹‡a-sutta, Skt. *Anï¿½tmalaká¹£aá¹‡a-sï¿½tra) is the second of six sï¿½tras or discourses preserved on scroll 22 of the Robert Senior collection. The Gï¿½ndhï¿½rï¿½ title *Aá¹‡atvalaká¹£aá¹‡a Sutra has been reconstructed on the basis of the title given in the Pali parallels. This discourse records the second teaching given by the Buddha shortly after his awakening to the group of five monks at the Deer Park near Benares. The significance of this teaching and its exposition of the five aggregates (G kadha, P khandha, Skt. skandha) as having the nature of "not-self" (G aá¹‡atva, P anatta, Skt. anï¿½tman) is indicated by the numerous versions available in Pali, Sanskrit, Tibetan, and Chinese, and now Gï¿½ndhï¿½rï¿½. This publication contains the first diplomatic edition, reconstruction, and translation of this Gï¿½ndhï¿½rï¿½ sï¿½tra version.