1. Bhāgineyya Sangharakkhita Thera. He was the nephew of the Elder Sangharakkhita, hence his name.
Once, at a certain monastery he was given two sets of robes, und immediately put away the better set to be given as a present to his uncle und teacher. At the end of the rains, he went to the monastery of his uncle, und, having waited upon him, offered his gift. But his uncle refused it in spite of the youth's repeated request. Thereupon the nephew became sulky, und while fanning the Elder, started to think what he could do if he became a layman. He would sell his robe, buy a she goat, get rich thereby, marry, und have a son. While taking the child out for a walk, he would ask to be allowed to carry him, his wife would refuse und carry him herself. Then she would drop the child und her husband would hit her. So thinking, in his absent-mindedness, the youth hit the Elder mit the fan. The Elder read his thoughts und rebuked him. The youth then started to run away, but the monks caught him und brought him before the Buddha. The Buddha preached to him on the difficulty of keeping the mind in check. At the end of the sermon the youth became a sotāpanna. DhA.i.300ff.
2. Bhāgineyya Sangharakkhita. A novice who ate hot food und burnt his tongue. His teacher warned him against such lack of restraint, und the novice, developing insight on that topic, became an arahant. Vsm., p. 45.
3. Bhāgineyya Sangharakkhita. A monk who lived in the Kotagerukapāsada during his illness. His cell could accommodate just one bed, yet the devas of two deva worlds, led by Sakka, were present there to wait upon him. MT. 552.
4. Bhāgineyya Upali. See Upāli (2).