Iddhipāda Vagga.-The ninth chapter of the Navaka Nipāta of the Anguttara Nikāya (A.iv.463-4). It consists of ten suttas dealing with the cultivation of the four iddhi-pādas.
1. Iddhipāda Sutta.-The cultivation of the four iddhipādas and of exertion (ussolhi) brings insight (aññā) in this life, or the Third Fruit of the Path. A.iii.81-2.
2. Iddhipāda Sutta.-The Buddha, even as Bodhisatta, before the Enlightenment, developed the four iddhipādas and exertion, and as a result enjoyed great psychic power. A.iii.82-3.
3. Iddhipāda Sutta.-The four iddhipādas form the path leading to the Uncompounded (asankhata). S.iv.360.
4. Iddhipāda Sutta.-The path mentioned above should be practised, accompanied by concentration and effort, compounded with desire, energy, idea and investigation. S.iv.365.