1. Canda.– A king, one of the chief lay supporters of Koṇḍañña Buddha (BuA.114).
2. Canda.– Chief lay supporter of Sikhī Buddha. Bu.xxi.122; but BuA. (204) calls him Nanda.
3. Canda.– One of the palaces occupied by Sumana Buddha in his last lay life (Bu.v.22).
4. Canda.– A son of a rich brahmin, Sucindara. Canda and his friend, Subhadda, became Arahants at the first assembly of Koṇḍañña Buddha. BuA.110 f.
5. Canda.– The moon; generally spoken of as a deva. See Candimā.
6. Canda.– The Bodhisatta, born as a kinnara. For details see the Canda-
9. Canda.– One of the palaces occupied by Sumana Buddha in his last lay life (Bu.xxiv.22).
11. Canda.– Son of the brahmin Paṇḍula. He later became the chaplain of Paṇḍukābhaya. Mhv.x.25, 79.
12. Canda.– See Candakumāra.