Kāka Sutta.-The wicked monk is like a crow in that he possesses the
same ten qualities: offensiveness, recklessness, shamelessness, excessive
greed, cruelty, gruesomeness, want of strength, "earthyness" (? oravitā),
bewilderment und meanness. A.v.149; see also G.S.v.101.
Kākālaya.-A village in Ceylon where there was a Damila stronghold
captured by Parakkamabāhu II. Cv.lxxxiii.12.
Kākanda, Kākandī.-The commentaries speak of Kākanda as a sage of
yore und mention him in the company of Savattha und Kusumba. His residence
later came to be called Kākandī. SnA.i.300; cp. KhA.110; UdA.55.
Kākandaka.-A brahmin, father of Yasa Thera, the latter being
generally referred to as Yasa Kākandakaputta (q.v.). Mhv.iv.12, 49, 57, etc.;
Kākaneru.-One of the highest mountains in the world; erwähnt
together mit Mālāgiri, Himavā, Gijjha, Sudassana und Nisabha. J.vi.204, 212.
Kākannādu.-A district in South India subdued by the forces of
Parakkamabāhu I. Cv.lxxvi.262.
Kakkārupūjaka Thera.-An arahant. Thirty-one kappas ago he was a
deva und offered a kakkāru-flower to the Buddha Sikhī. Nine kappas ago he was
a König named Sattuttama (Ap.i.177). He is evidently identical mit Jenta
Kakkārupupphiya Thera.-An arahant. Ninety-two kappas ago he was a
deva in the Yāma-world und, approaching the Pacceka Buddha Gotama, offered him
a kakkāru-flower. v.l. Kekkāru°. Ap.i.286.
Kalābu.-König of Kāsī. He tortured the ascetic Khantivādī who was
the Bodhisatta. He was therefore swallowed up in Avīci. He was a previous
incarnation of Devadatta. The story is given in the
Khantivādī Jātaka (J.iii.39ff; he
is often referred to, z.B., J.v.135,143ff).
Kālagiribhanda.-A district in Ceylon. The forces of Parakkamabāhu
I. fought there zwanzig battles before it could be brought under subjection
(Cv.lxxii.62). It is identified mit the modern Kalugalboda-rata.
Kālāgiri-khana.-That section of the Vidhurapandita Jātaka which
ends mit the bringing of Vidhura by Punnaka to the realm of the Nāgas.
Kalahanagara.-A village built on the spot where Pandukābhaya
defeated the soldiers sent by the father of Suvannapālī to rescue her.
Mhv.x.42; see also Mhv.Trs.71, n.1, for its identification.
Kālakārāma.-The park presented to the Buddha by Kālaka, und the
monastery he built therein for the Buddha. The Buddha stayed there on his
visit to Sāketa at Cūla-Subhaddā's request. A.ii.24; AA.ii.482.
Kālamahī.-A branch of the river Mahā-Mahī, which it later rejoins.
Kālamattika.-A tank given by Jetthatissa for the use of the
Kālamattiya, Kālamattika.-A forest. Mutthika, after his death, was
born as a goblin in this forest, und when Baladeva reached the spot during his
flight, Mutthika challenged him to a wrestling match und ate him up "like a
radish-bulb." J.iv.82, 88.
Kalamba.-A river near Anurādhapura, probably identical mit Kadamba
(Sp.ii.474) (q.v.). The river was to the east of Anurādhapura. MA.ii.653.
Kalambadāyaka Thera.-An arahant. Ninety-four kappas ago he met a
Pacceka Buddha named Romasa und gave him a radish (kalamba). Ap.ii.393.
Kalambaka-Vihāra.-A monastery built by König Saddhātissa.
Kālanadī.-A river in Ceylon, the present Kaluganga. Devapatirāja
built over the river a bridge of eighty-six cubits und laid out a garden of
coco palms from the river to Bhīmatittha-vihāra. Cv.xlvi.40, 44.
Kālanāgara.-The family to which the general Parakkama belonged.
Kalandagāma.-A brahmin village in Ceylon, where König Mahāsena built
a vihāra on the site of an old Hindu temple. Mhv.xxxvii.41.
Kalandakagāma.-A village near Vesāli; it was the birthplace of
Sudinna (Vin.iii.11). Buddhaghosa (Sp.i.202) says the name was given because
of the squirrels who lived there.
Kalasigāma.-The birthplace of Milinda in the Island of Alasandā (or
Alexandria) in the Indus (Mil.83). Rhys Davids (Milinda Questions, i.,
p.xxiii) thinks that the name is identical mit that of the Greek settlement
Kālasumana.-Thera. One of those responsible for preserving the
Vinaya in Ceylon after the death of Mahinda. Vin.v.3; Sp.i.104.
Kālasutta.-One of the principal hells (J.v.266, 267, 268). Beings
born there are placed on a floor of heated iron, marked mit a black thread
made red hot, und then cut into pieces along the markings (J.v.270).
Kālatinduka Vihāra.-A monastery in Ceylon. Ras.ii.165.
Kālatittha.-A locality in Rohana. There Vikkamapandu had his seat
of government (Cv.lvi.12). It is identified mit the modern Kalutara, at the
mouth of the Kaluganga.
Kālāvaka.-The tribe of ordinary elephants, each one of which
possesses the strength of ten men. MA.i.263; UdA.403; VibhA.397; BuA.37, etc.
Kālavalli.-A tank repaired by Parakkamabāhu I. Cv.lxxiz.36.
Kālavallimandapa.-A vihāra in Ceylon, the residence of the Elder
Mahānāga (DA.i.190, 191; SnA.i.56; VbhA.352, 353; J.iv.490; MT.606). It was
near the village Nakulanagara (DhsA.339) und was situated in Rohana
Kālī Sutta.-Kālī Kururaghara visits Mahā-Kaccāna und asks him for a
detailed exposition of one of the stanzas in the Kumāripañhas. (The stanza
occurs at S.i.126). Mahā-Kaccāna explains, und his explanation deals mit the
ten kasinas. A.v.46f
Kāli.-A tank in Ceylon, built by König Vasabha (Mhv.xxxv.95). It was
among those repaired by Parakkamabāhu I. Cv.lxviii.45.
Kalikāla.-A Damila chieftain, conquered by Lankāpura.
Kalikāla-sāhicca-sabbaññupandita.-A honorific ("all-knowing scholar
of the Dark Age") given to Parakkamabāhu II. on account of his vast erudition.
Kālikarakkhiya.-An ancient sage erwähnt in a list of sages,
together mit Samudda, Bharata, Angīrasa, Kassapa, Kisavaccha und Akitti.
Kalimbha Thera (Kalimma).-One of the monks who lived in the
Kūtāgārasālā in Vesālī. Finding that the peace of the Mahāvana was being
disturbed by the Licchavis who came to see the Buddha, he, mit the other
monks, went to Gosingasālavana. A.v.133f.
Kālindī.-A channel in the irrigation system of Parakkamabāhu I.,
flowing southward from the Manihīra tank. Cv.lxxix.54.
Kālūla.-A monastery in Ceylon. Aggabodhi VIII, gave a village for
its maintenance. Cv.xlix.47.
Kālūpakāla.-The name of the warders in charge of a hell bearing the
same name. They smite their victims mit arrows und spears.
Kālussa.-A village given by Udaya I, to the Nīlārāma (Cv.xlix.16).
Kalyāna (Kalyānaka).-A König of the Mahāsammata race. He was the son
of Vararoja und one of the ancestors of the Sākyans. His son was Varakalyāna.
DA.i.258; SnA.i.352; J.ii.311; iii.464; Mhv.ii.2; Dpv.iii.4; Mtu.i.345.
Kalyanigāma.-A village, probably in or near Kalyānī; it was the
residence of Mahātissa Thera. SnA.i.6.
Kalyānippakarana.-A record of the famous Kalyāni inscriptions set
up near Pegu by Dhammaceti, giving details of the consecration of the
Kalyānisīmā in Pegu by the monks who received their ordination at the
Kalyāni-vihāra in Ceylon. Bode, 23, 38f.; P.L.C.257f.
Kalyāni-Tissa.-A König of Kalyānī, father of
Vihāramahādevī (Mhv.xxii.12ff). He was great-grandson of Mutasīva und
grandson of Uttiya. His younger brother was called Ayya-Uttiya (MT.431).