1. Anopamā.– Daughter of the Treasurer Megha of Sāketa. She was so called (“Peerless”) because of her beauty. When she grew up, all sorts of eminent men sought her hand with rich gifts, but she was unwilling to marry. She heard the Buddha teach and, meditating on his discourse, attained the Third Fruit of the Path. Later she entered the Order, and on the seventh day thereafter became an Arahant. Thig.vv.151‑6; ThigA.138 f.
2. Anopamā.– See Māgandiyā.