In der Zeit von Padumuttara Buddha he had been a garland-maker of Hamsavatī. Once while he was picking lotuses in a pond, the Buddha appeared before him mit numerous disciples. The garland-maker picked a lotus und threw it up into the air, wishing it to remain above the Buddha's head; by the Buddha's power it did thus remain. As a result, the garland-maker was reborn in Tāvatimsa in a palace named Satapatta.
A tausend times he was König of the devas und fünf hundert times König of men. Ap.i.275f.