1. Dhanañjaya.– King of Bārāṇasī. For his story see the Kālabāhu Jātaka. J.iii.97 f.
3. Dhanañjaya Koravya.– King of the Kurū. He was the Bodhisatta and taught the five Kurudhammā (the five precepts). For his story see the Kurudhamma Jātaka (J.ii.368 ﬀ). His state elephant was Añjanavasabha. Dhanañjaya was one of the births in which the Bodhisatta practised the perfection of giving (dāna-
5. Dhanañjaya.– Also called Koravya, king of the Kurus, with his capital at Indapatta. His minister was Vidhurapaṇḍita. He was fond of games of dice and was defeated by Puṇṇaka. For his story see the Vidhurapaṇḍita Jātaka (J.vi.255 ﬀ; SNA.i.223). He is identified with Ānanda. He is probably also the king mentioned in the Dhūmakāri Jātaka. J.iii.400 ﬀ.
6. Dhanañjaya.– A millionaire (seṭṭhi) of Bhaddiyanagara; he was the son of Meṇḍaka and Candapadumasirī. His wife was Sumanadevī, and their children were Visākhā and Sujātā. He was lent by Bimbisāra to Pasenadi, for the latter’s kingdom held no person of great merit. Dhanañjaya and his family built the city called Sāketa, seven leagues from Sāvatthi, and settled down there. Dhanañjaya is included among the five persons of great merit (mahāpuññā), contemporary with the Buddha, and he was a Stream-
7. Dhanañjaya.– One of the chief lay supporters of Phussa Buddha. Bu.xix.21.
9. Dhanañjaya.– A city in the time of Sikhī Buddha. There the Buddha converted the householder Dhanapālaka. BuA.202.