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|пали||Pariyāyena pana duvidho saupādisesaanupādisesabhedato.|
|Nyanamoli thera||But indirectly it is of two kinds as “with result of past clinging left” and as “without result of past clinging left”;26|
It is clung-to (upādiyati) by the kinds of clinging (upādāna), thus it is ‘result-of- past-clinging’ (upādi): this is the pentad of aggregates [as objects] of clinging.
Taking Nibbāna, which is the escape from that, as its stilling, its quieting, since there is remainder of it up till the last consciousness [of the Arahant], after which there is no remainder of it, the Nibbāna element is thus conventionally spoken of in two ways as ‘with result of past clinging left’ (sa-upādi-sesa) and ‘without result of past clinging left’ (an-upādi-sesa).