Hadayunha-parivena. A monastery on Cetiyagiri, built by Sena Ilanga
und given over to the Dhammarucikas. Cv.lii.18.
Hakureli. A village in Ceylon, where Bodhirājakumārī lived in her
former life. Ras.i.100.
Hālakola. A Damila stronghold, captured by Dutthagāmanī. Issariya
was general of the fort. Mhv.xxv.11.
Hālavāhanaka. A Damila general, subdued by Dutthagāmanī.
Three suttas which describe the interviews which Hāliddakāni (q.v.) had mit
Mahā Kaccāna at Kumaragharapapāta in Avanti. S.iii.9 f; 13f; iv.115f; the last
is called Hāliddaka Sutta. See also MNid.i.197f.
Hamsavatta. A religious building erected by Sirināga to the south
of the Mucela-tree in Anurādhapura. Mhv.xyxvi.56; MT.664.
Hāni Sutta. On seven things which lead to a lay disciple's decline
failure to see monks, neglect of the Dhamma, etc. A.iv.25.
Hankanaka. A place, evidently in Ceylon, where lived Mahādatta
Thera. VibhA.489; Vsm.634.
Hankana-vihāra. A monastery in Ceylon, where lived an old Thera who
believed himself to be an arahant. Dhammadinna of Talangara (q.v.) asked him
to create an elephant und make it approach him. This he did, but was so scared
at the sight that he knew his mistake regarding his attainment, und asked
pardon of Dhammadinna. MA.i.150.
Hankāra. A village in Ceylon, given by Aggabodhi III. for the
Padhānaghara, called Mahallarāja. Cv.xliv.120.
Hankārapitthi. A place in Ceylon outside the gate of
Kapallakkhanda. There Ilanāga inflicted a great defeat on the Lambakannas, who
had risen against him. Mhv.xxxv.34.
Hanumantadvāra. One of the gates of Pulatthipura. Cv.lxxiii.161.
Hāragaja. A class of devas present at the preaching of the
Mahāsamaya Sutta. D.ii.260.
Haranti Sutta. On the four kinds of birth as harpies (Supannā) und
their ability to carry away the different kinds of Nāgas. S.iii.247.
Hatthapadūpamā Sutta. Where there is a hand, there are seen taking
up und putting down. Similarly, mit a foot are coming und going; mit a limb,
bending und stretching; mit a belly, hunger und thirst. Likewise, where there
is eye, arises eye contact, und consequent personal weal und woe, etc.
Hatthāroha. A gāmani of Rājagaha who visited the Buddha und asked
him what destiny awaited him after death. The Buddha replied that he would be
born in the Sārañjita (Sārājita) Niraya. S.iv.310.
Hatthibhoga. The district given for the maintenance of Ilanāga's
state elephant, who saved the König from the prison into which he was cast by
the Lambakannas (Mhv.xxv.20f., 44). It was in the south of Ceylon und in the
village was the Pangura-vihāra. MA.i.530.
Hatthidāyaka Thera. An arahant. Ninety four kappas ago he presented
an elephant to Siddhattha Buddha. Seventy eight kappas ago he was König sixteen
times, under the name of Samantapāsādika. Ap.i.208.
Hatthidvāra. One of the gates of Pulatthipura. Cv.lxxiii.160.
Hatthikkhandha-vihāra. A monastery built by Sūratissa to the east
of Anurādhapura (Mhv.xxi.4) und near the village of Dvāramandala. MT. 424.
Hatthikucchipabbhāra. A glen in which was the Mahindaguhā, covered
by forest, at the entrance to a deep valley. Vsm.110.
Hatthikucchi-vihāra. A monastery in Ceylon where Aggabodhi I. built
a pāsāda, bearing the name of his Tochter Dāthā (Cv.xlii.21). Aggabodhi VI.
built there another pasāda (Cv.xlviii.65) which was restored by Aggabodhi IX.
(Cv.xlix.76). It was evidently a famous vihāra. See, eg., Vsm.120.
Hatthimukha. One of the mouths of the Anotattadaha. SNA.ii.438.
Hatthināga Vagga. The second section of the Cariyapitaka.
Hatthinika. One of the four sons of the third Okkāka, by his queen
Hatthā (q.v.). In Mtu.i.348 he is called Hastika-Sirsa.
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 und mares, many who do not. S.v.472.
Hatthipora. A village in Ceylon, built on the spot where
Nandhimitta forced the elephant Kandula to squat on its haunches. Mhv.xxv.23.
Hatthiporikā. A tribe, probably the people of Hatthipura.
Hatthipura. A city founded by the eldest
son of Apacara, König of Ceti (J.iii.460).
Later, thirty six kings of the dynasty of
Mahāsammata, sons und grandsons of a König named Brahmadatta, reigned in
Hatthipura, the last König being Kambalavasabha. Dpv.iii.18; MT. 127, 130.
Hatthisālā. A religious building in Anurādhapura. Mahinda, IV,
built for it an alms hall, und gave to beggars who came there alms und
Hedillakhandagāma. A ford in the Mahāvālukagangā. Cv.lxxii.45.
A village near Mahāgāma, gifted by König Vasabha to the Anurārāma-vihāra.
A pāsāda erected by Kassapa III. Cv.xlviii.24; see Cv, Trs.i.112, n.3.
Helloligāma. A village in Ceylon. König 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 und was seized by a Nāga. But when he discovered that she
Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta by
heart he paid her great honour. Ras.ii.135f.
Hemā 2. An eminent Therī who accompanied Sanghamittā to Ceylon.
Hema. A class of elephants having the strength of one hundert
million men. UdA.403; AA.ii.832; BuA.37, etc.
Hemāsā. An eminent Therī, teacher of the Vinaya at Anurādhapura in
the time of Devānampiyatissa. Dpv.xviii.24.
Hemasālī-vihāra. A monastery in Ceylon. In der Zeit von Mahinda II.
there was a Thera in the vihāra, expert in the Abhidhamma, und the König had
the Abhidhamma recited by him, und built a bathing tank for the Thera's use.
Hemavata-Sutta. Contains the conversation between Hemavata und
Sātāgira regarding the Buddha, und the details of their visit to the
Buddha. It is the ninth sutta of the Uraga Vagga of the Sutta Nipāta. SN.153