The Anguttara Nikaya is arranged to a numerical system beginning with sets of one and ending with those of eleven items or perons. Although tradition says it has a total of 9557 suttas, only 2334 are actually counted. This difference is due either to loss of materials or that certain repeated items are regarded as separate suttas.
The Anguttara texts are generally easy reading and are as such usually suitable for the sue of the laity or beginner. Most of the suttas are very short and without any explanation, assuming that one has knowledge the longer Nikayas. However. the Anguttara has some important long suttas such as the Tad-ahuposatha Sutta (A 4.18) and the Girimananda Sutta (A 10.60).
See Oskar von Hinuber, A Handbook of Pali Literature, 1996 II.2.4.
A 1.6.3-6 Culacchara Sutta The efficacy of lovingkindness
A 2.9 Hiri Ottappa Sutta The Two World Protectors: Moral Shame & Moral Fear. [see A 10.76 below]
A 3.9 Pasenadi Yanna Sutta (The Discourse on the Sacrifice (by Pasenadi)
A 3.33 Kamma Nidana Sutta [ The seed-like nature of karma]
A 3.34 Hatthaka Alavaka Sutta The bases of solidarity; true happiness
A 3.40 Adhipateyya Sutta On the true priorities that bring liberation
A 3.53 Sandhitthika Dhamma Brahmana Sutta The Nature of the Dharma
A 3.54 Paribbajaka Brahmana Sutta The Purpose of the Dharma
A 3.57 (Dana) Vacchagotta Sutta sd 22.12 Benefits wise giving to those freed from mental hindrances
A 3.60 Patihariya Sangarava Sutta The greatest miracle.
A 3.61 Titthayatana Sutta The Discourse on Sectarian Tenets
[The three wrong view views regarding karma]
A 3.63 Venaga,pura Sutta The Buddha's qualities and virtue.
A 3.65 Kesaputtiya (Kalama) Sutta Doubt, moral virtue & spiritual assurance.
A 3.69 Mula Sutta The roots of moral action.
A 3.76-77 Bhava Suttas 1-2 Karma, rebirth and existence
A 3.81 Gadrabha Samana Sutta Spiritual learning and growth are effected through spiritual training
A 3.88 Ti Sikkha Sutta The training of moral virtue, of mental concentration and wisdom
A 3.99 Lonaphala Sutta How to limit bad karma
A 3.100a Pamsudhovaka Sutta Refining your meditation practice.
S 3.101 Pubba Sambodha SuttaThe world can never satisfy one completely.
A 3.102 Assada Sutta Escape from suffering is possible.
A 3.123 Gotamaka Cetiya Sutta Conclusion to the Mulapariyaya Sutta
A 3. 134 Dhammaniyama Sutta The characteristics of impermanence, suffering and not-self.
A 4.14 (Cattaro) Padhana Sutta The 4 right efforts or the dynamics of spiritual growth
A 4.41Samadhi Bhava Sutta Four kinds of samadhi
A 4.44 Uggatasarira Aggi Sutta The three fires reinterpreted.
A 4.55 Samajivi Sutta Living as ideal loving partners here and now.
A 4.62 Anana Sutta [The Discourse on Debtlessness] World happiness
A 4.85 Puggala Sutta Two kinds of decline, two kinds of progress.
A 4.87 Samanamacala Sutta 1 [The Discourse on the Unshakable Recluse] Four types of true saints.
A 4.88 Samanamacala Sutta 2 [The Discourse on the Unshakable Recluse] Four types of true saints.
A 4.123 (Nanakarana) Puggala Sutta 1 Even the gods fall into hell, and rebirth according to dhyana.
A 4.124 (Nanakarana) Puggala Sutta 2 Becoming a non-returner through dhyana.
A 4.160 Sugata inaya Sutta Four reasons for the disappearance of the Dharma.
A 4.162 Vitthara Patipada Sutta Spiritual progress by way of the five faculties.
A 4.190 (Sangha) Uposatha Sutta The spiritual benefits of being a noble disciple
A 4.192 Thanani Sutta How to truly know a person's character
A 5.2 Panca Sekhabala Sutta Qualities leading to arhathood.
A 5.41 Adiya Sutta [The Discourse on the uses of wealth] The true benefits of wealth.
A 5.57 (Abhinhapaccavekkhitabba) Thana Sutta Five regular reflections for spiritual development.
A 5.144 Tikandaki Sutta The repulsive and the unrepulsive: emotions.
A 5.151-153 Sammatta Niyama Sutta 1-3 How to study the Dharma
A 5.161 Aghata Pativinaya Anger management
A 5.174 Bhaya Vera Sutta The Disadvantages of breaking the Five Precepts
A 5.176 Piti Sutta Lay followers too should go into solitary retreat.
A 5.26 Vimuttayatana Sutta Can liberation be won without meditation?
A 6.10 Agataphala Mahanama Sutta The six recollections of the saints
A 6.16 Nakula Sutta How a wise loving wife counsels a dying husband.
A 6.26 Sambadhokasa Sutta How to awaken as a lay follower
A 6.29 Anussatitthana Udayi Sutta The six bases of recollection
A 6.37 Sumana Dana Sutta Giving with wholesome intentions.
A 6.38 Attakari Sutta Is there free will? On self-agency and other-agency.
A 6.46 Maha Cunda Sutta Fellowship between scholars and meditators
A 6.55 Sona Kolivisa Sutta How to balance our spiritual practice
A 6.56 Phagguna Sutta Benefit of knowing the Dharma at the time of dying
A 6.57 Chalabhijati Sutta We can rise above our own karma
A 6.63 Nibbedhika Pariyaya Sutta Faith arises from suffering.
A 6.88 Sussusa Sutta How to listen to the Dharma effectively.
A 6.93 Kinci Sankhara Sutta Things that one of right view would never do.
A 6.98 Anicca Sutta How to be certain of the path to liberation.
A 7.47 Methuna Sutta The 7 bonds of sexuality.
A 7.48 Sannoga Sutta Sexuality and disengagement.
A 7.49 Mahapphala Dana Sutta [The Discourse on Giving what gives best fruit] Best motivation for giving
A 7.58 Pacala Sutta Eight ways of overcoming drowsiness
A 7.58a Punna Metta Sutta The spiritual benefit of lovingkindness/ Lovingkindness as merit
A 8.14 Khalunka Sutta Psychological defence mechanisms.
A 8.16 Duta Sutta The Discourse on the Messenger
A 8.25 Upasaka Mahanama Sutta What makes a true follower?
A 8.30 Anuruddha Mahavitakka Sutta The 8 thoughts of the great man.
A 8.31-33 Attha Dana SuttaThe Discourse on Ways of Giving 1 & 2 [The motives behind giving]
A 8.35 Danupapatti Sutta The Morally virtuous giver can choose their rebirth.
A 8.40 Sabbalahusa Sutta The results of breaking the Precepts
A 8.48 Nakulamata Sutta On how women can be reborn among the gods.
A 8.49 Atthapuggala Sutta Reflection on the 9 virtues of the Noble Sangha.
A 8.54 Dighajanu Sutta The lay person's welfare.
A 8.59 Atthapuggala Sutta Recollection of the 9 virtues of the Noble Sangha
A 9.3 Meghiya Sutta On spiritual friendship.
A 9.5 Sangaha Pan~n~abala Sutta How to free oneself form 5 common fears.
A 9.20 Velama Sutta On right giving and the best practice.
A 9.35 Pabbateyya Gavi Sutta How to progress into the dhyanas.
A 10.29 Kosala Sutta 1 Even the best things in life are impermanent (except nirvana).
A 10.60 Girimananda Sutta The 10 perceptions for the sick. How meditation heals.
A 10.51 (Sattha) Sacitta Sutta The Discourse (by the Teacher) on one's own mind
A 10.76 Abhabba Sutta & A 2.9 Hiri Ottappa Sutta Why and How to Practice the Holy Life & The Two World Protectors: Moral Shame & Moral Fear
A 10.86 Annadhikarana Sutta Mere book learning does not lead to liberation
A 10.177 (Saddha) Janussoni SuttaAncestor worship: Who benefits from our prayers?
A 10.206 Kusalakusala Sancetanika Sutta How karma is destroyed
A 10.208 Brahmavihara Sutta [The Discourse on the Divine Abode] How to become God-like.
A 11.16 Mettanisamsa Sutta The 11 benefits of lovingkindness
A 22.76 Pathama Arahata Sutta How the arhats arise.
A 35.234 (Anatta) Udayi Sutta Neither the body nor the mind has a self