Moreover, in the brahminical scriptures there is the following saying: It is extremely rare for two persons to appear in the world. For which two persons? It is extremely rare for a Tathāgata and for a noble universal monarch to appear in the world.
I know this was probably never found.
I found this in Ekkottara
But it made me realize that the whole point in early Buddhism is that Bodhisatta is someone that turn the wheel of the damma. So this probably attracted Asoka to Agamas. But this sutta is interesting also because Buddha Dīpankara is said to step on the Brahmin hair. And Brahmin bowing down. How do you see this? Because to me it seems a lot similar to other suttas. For example the Potter touching the Brahmin by the hair to go Buddha Kassapa. This theme is constantly used as a shocking thing. Because it a offense for Brahmins.