Devadatta opposes the Buddha

Story of the Buddha - No. 65

64. Devadatta opposes the Buddha
65. Of all the disciples of the Buddha, his cousin Ananda, was the most devoted to him. So the Buddha selected him to be his close attendant. Another of the Buddha’s cousins also became a monk. His name was Devadatta. But he was envious of the Buddha and competed with him, trying to take over the leadership.