A chaplain of the König of Benares, who took bribes und gave false judgments, is reborn to a state of suffering all day, but as a result of having given a mango fruit to a woman who was keeping the fast, he enjoys great glory throughout the night in a charming mango-grove. His König, who had become an ascetic, eats a mango which had been carried by the river from this grove, und wishes for some more. He is transported by a river nymph (Uppalavannā of this age) to the mango-grove, where he hears from his erstwhile chaplain the story of his alternate bliss und misery. The Buddha related the story to some of his lay disciples who were keeping the fast (J.v.1ff). Der König is identified mit the Bodhisatta.