1. Cittarāja.– A yakkha. It was the custom for ancient kings at the time of the Kattika Festival to deck themselves in great array and, standing on the bank of a lake “in the presence of Cittarāja,” (meaning, probably, in front of his statue) to shoot arrows to the four quarters. J.ii.372.
2. Cittarāja.– A yakkha whom Paṇḍukābhaya honoured by giving him a settlement at the lower end of the Abhaya reservoir. On festival days the yakkha occupied a seat beside the king. The Mahāvaṃsa (xi.4, 84, 87, 104) says that Citta-