Daughter of Devagabbhā and Upasāgara.
When her ten younger brothers, the Andhakaveṇhuputtā, had conquered all Jambudīpa and were living at Dvāravatī, they divided the kingdom into ten, forgetting their sister.
Aṅkura, however, gave her his share and went into business. Later when all the members of her family, except Aṅkura, perished, she escaped destruction. J.iv.80, 84, 88, 89; PvA.111‑12.