1. Anitthigandhakumāra.– The Bodhisatta, born as the son of a king of Bārāṇasī. He hated the sight of women until he was seduced by a dancing-
2. Anitthigandhakumāra.– Similar to the above, the story being called the Mahāpalobhana Jātaka. J.iv.469‑73.
3. Anitthigandhakumāra.– Another Anitthigandha, of Sāvatthi. He refused to marry unless a woman could be found rivaling in beauty an image that he had made. Envoys were sent out and, in Sāgala, they discovered a sixteen-
The story in which this account is given is called Anitthigandhakumāra Vatthu. DhA.iii.281‑4. Compare with this the story of the Kusa Jātaka.
4. Anitthigandhakumāra.– A Pacceka Buddha. He was the son of the King of Bārāṇasī. In a previous birth he had been a monk for 20,000 years, during the dispensation of Kassapa Buddha. His story is very similar to that of No.3 above, the wife chosen being the daughter of Maddava, King of Sāgala. When the princess died, on her way to be married, the prince gave himself up to contemplation and became a Pacceka Buddha (SnA.67 ﬀ; ApA.i.126‑7). A stanza attributed to him is included in the Khaggavisāṇa Sutta. Sn.p.6, v.36.