In due course they attained Arahantship (ThigA.162 ﬀ; DhA.ii.188). It is said (Thig.182‑8; cp. S.i.132) that one day, when Cālā was taking her siesta in the Andhavana, Māra visited her, asking her various questions and trying to tempt her.
Her son was Cāla.
2. Cālā.– Chief of the lay women supporters of Sumana Buddha.¹ Bu.v.28.
¹ Sumaṅgala Buddha seems to be an error, as no such Buddha is found in the Buddhavaṃsa (ed.)
3. Cālā.– One of the two chief women disciples of Phussa Buddha. Bu.xix.20; J.i.41.