Hakureli.– A village in Sri Lanka, where Bodhirājakumārī lived in her former life. Ras.i.100.
Hālakola.– A Damiḷa stronghold, captured by Dutthagāmanī. Issariya was general of the fort. Mhv.xxv.11.
Hālavāhanaka.– A Damiḷa general, subdued by Dutthagāmanī. Mhv.xxv.13.
Haliddirāga Jātaka (No.435)
Hallolagāma.– A village of outcastes (caṇḍāla) near Anurādhapura, where Asokamālā was born (Ras.ii.117). Elsewhere it is described as being near Mahāgama (Ras.ii.125).
Hambatthi.– A reservoir built by King Dhātusena. Cv.xxxviii.50.
Hamsa 1.– A palace occupied by Kassapa Buddha in his last lay life, before his renunciation. Bu.xxv.35; BuA.217 calls it Hamsavā.
Hamsa 2.– A palace occupied by Phussa Buddha before his renunciation. Bu.xix.15.
Hamsā Vagga.– The twelfth section of the Eka Nipāta of the Jātakatthakathā. J.i.424‑40.
Hamsā.– A palace occupied by Dīpankara Buddha before his renunciation. Bu.ii.208.
Hamsārāma.– A monastery in Hamsavatī, where Padumuttara Buddha lived. Ap.ii.501.
Hamsavaha.– The horse on which Sujāta Buddha left household life. BuA.168.
Hamsavatta.– A religious building erected by Sirināga to the south of the Mucela-
Hāni Sutta.– On seven things that lead to a lay disciple’s decline — failure to see monks, neglect of the Dhamma, etc. A.iv.25.
Hankanaka.– A place, evidently in Sri Lanka, where lived Mahādatta Thera. VibhA.489; Vism.634.
Hankāra.– A village in Sri Lanka, given by Aggabodhi III for the meditation hall (padhānaghara), called Mahallarāja. Cv.xliv.120.
Hanumantadvāra.– One of the gates of Pulatthipura. Cv.lxxiii.161.
Hāragaja.– A class of devā present at the teaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. D.ii.260.
Haranti Sutta.– On the four kinds of birth as harpies (Supannā) and their ability to carry away the different kinds of Nāgā. S.iii.247.
Harantika.– A thief who later became an Arahant. See Araññaka Mahā-
Hari.– See Harayo.
Hārika v.l. Hārita.– A bandit of Rājagaha. After death he was born as a hungry ghost (peta) with a headless trunk, and was seen by Mahā-
Haritaca Jātaka (No.431)
Haritamaṇḍūka Jātaka (No.239)
Harittaca.– The Bodhisatta born as a brahmin. See the Hārita Jātaka.
Hāsajanaka Thera.– An Arahant, Ninety-
Hāsapaññā Sutta.– Four conditions — associating with the good, listening to the Dhamma, systematic attention, and practising in accordance with the Dhamma — if developed and cultivated lead to joyous wisdom. S.v.412. See also Gambhīrapaññā Sutta.
Hatthā v.l. Bhattā
Hatthā.– One of the chief lay women supporters of Padumuttara Buddha. Bu.xi.26.
Hatthaka Sutta 1.– Describes the visit to the Buddha of Hatthaka Alavaka after his birth as a devaputta (Brahmā) in Avihā. A.i.278 f.
Hatthaka Sutta 2.– The Buddha praises Hatthaka Alavaka (q.v.) for eight qualities possessed by him. A.iv.216 f.
Hatthapadopamā Sutta.– Two suttas. Where there is a hand, there are seen taking up and putting down. Similarly, with a foot are coming and going; with a limb, bending and stretching; with a belly, hunger and thirst. Likewise, where there is eye, arises eye contact, and consequent personal weal and woe, etc. S.iv.171 f.
Hatthāroha Sutta.– A villager of Rājagaha who visited the Buddha and asked him what destiny awaited him after death. The Buddha replied that he would be born in the Parajita niraya. S.iv.310. See Yodhājīva Sutta
Hatthibhoga.– The district given for the maintenance of Ilanāga’s state elephant, who saved the king from the prison into which he was cast by the Lambakaṇṇā (Mhv.xxv.20 f., 44). It was in the south of Sri Lanka and in the village was the Pangura-
Hatthidāyaka Thera.– An Arahant. Ninety-
Hatthidvāra.– One of the gates of Pulatthipura. Cv.lxxiii.160.
Hatthigavassasutta.– Few abstain from accepting elephants, cattle, and horses. Most do not. S.v.472.
Hatthikucchipabbhāra.– A glen in which was the Mahindaguhā, covered by forest, at the entrance to a deep valley. Vism.110.
Hatthimukha.– One of the mouths of the Anotattadaha. SNA.ii.438.
Hatthināga Vagga.– The second section of the Cariyapitaka.
Hatthinipura.– A city in the kingdom of Kuru, the residence of the courtesan Serinī (q.v.) PvA.201.
Hatthino Sutta.– Few are they who refrain from accepting elephants, cattle, horses and mares, many who do not. S.v.472.
Hatthipāla 1.– A teacher of old, with a following of many hundred disciples to whom he taught the way to union with Brahmā. (A.iii.371, 373; iv.135). He is perhaps identical with Hatthipāla (2).
Hatthipāla Jātaka (No.509)
Hatthipora.– A village in Sri Lanka, built on the spot where Nandhimitta forced the elephant Kandula to squat on its haunches. Mhv.xxv.23.
Hatthiporikā.– A clan, probably the people of Hatthipura. Ap.ii.359.
Hatthipura.– A city founded by the eldest son of Apacara, king of Ceti (J.iii.460). Later, thirty-
Hatthirājavaṇṇa Sutta.– Shortly after his Enlightenment the Blessed One was sitting in the open near the Goatherd’s Banyan Tree. Wishing to frighten him, Māra created the form of a king elephant. The Buddha recognised him, addressing him in verse, and so Māra disappeared. S.i.103.
Hatthisāriputta.– See Citta Hatthisāriputta.
Hatthiselapura.– See Hatthigiripura.
Hedillakhandagāma.– A ford in the Mahāvālukagangā. Cv.lxxii.45.
Heligāma 1.– A village near Mahāgāma, gifted by King Vasabha to the Anurārāma-
Heligāma 2.– A pāsāda erected by Kassapa III. Cv.xlviii.24; see Cv, Trs.i.112, n.3.
Helloligāma.– A village in Sri Lanka. King Buddhadāsa saved a Candāla woman there from death in childbirth. Cv.xxxvii.140.
Hemā 1.– A woman who lived in a village near Anurādhapura. She married a man near Mahātitthapattana. Once, wishing to see her husband, she went along the sea and was seized by a Nāga. However, when he discovered that she knew the Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta by heart he paid her great honour. Ras.ii.135 f.
Hemā 2.– An eminent Therī who accompanied Sanghamittā to Sri Lanka. Dpv.xv.78; xviii.11.
Hema.– A class of elephants having the strength of one hundred million men. UdA.403; AA.ii.832; BuA.37, etc.
Hemamālaka, Hemamālī.– Another name for the Mahā Thūpa
Hemamandira.– A building erected in Pulatthipura by Parakkamabāhu I. for the ceremonies of expiation by the brahmins. Cv.lxxiii.71.
Hemaneru.– See Sineru.
Hemavata Sutta.– Contains the conversation between Hemavata and Sātāgira regarding the Buddha, and the details of their visit to the Buddha. It is the ninth sutta of the Uraga Vagga of the Suttanipāta. SN.153‑80.
Hemavatī.– A channel branching off from the Parakkamasamudda in the direction of the Mahāmeghavana. Cv.lxxix.41.
Himavā Sutta.– Six things, possession of which will enable a monk to cleave Himavā. A.iii.311.
Himavā.– The name given to the Himālaya.
Himavanta Sutta.– As the Nāgā nurture their bodies and acquire strength in the Himavā before descending into the rivers and the oceans, monks acquire strength by cultivating the seven factors of enlightenment based upon morality. S.v.62. See also Pabbatūpama Sutta
Himiyānaka.– A Vanni chief in the service of Bhuvanekabāhu I. Cv.xc.33.
Himsaka.– See Aṅgulimāla.
Hīnādhimuttika Sutta.– Those of an inferior disposition associate with others of a similar nature. Those with an average or superior disposition likewise associate with others of a similar nature. S.ii.154. cf. Ahirikamūlaka Sutta, etc.
Hinga.– A Pacceka Buddha. M.iii.70.
Hingū.– A Pacceka Buddha. M.iii.70.
Hingulapabbata.– A mountain in Himavā (J.v.415), where Nālaka died. SNA.ii.501; but see J.v.415 for a variation.
Hiraññamalaya.– A locality in Rohana. Cv.lvii.62.
Hiri Jātaka (No.363).– The story of both the present and the past is the same as those of the Akataññu Jātaka (q.v.) J.iii.196 f.
Hiri.– A yakkha chieftain to be invoked in time of need by followers of the Buddha. D.iii.205; DA.iii.970.
Hona, Honaka.– See Gonaka.
Hoti ca naca hoti Tathāgato Sutta.– The wrong view that the Tathāgata both exists and does not exist after death arises from clinging to the five aggregates. S.iii.215.
Hoti Tathāgato Sutta.– The wrong view that the Tathāgata exists after death … S.iii.215