2. Duṭṭha.– Also called Duṭṭhakumāra, the son of Kitavāsa. At his birth soothsayers foretold his death from thirst, and Kitavāsa had lakes and ponds dug in various parts of the capital and waterpots placed everywhere. One day Duṭṭha saw a Pacceka Buddha begging for alms and dashed his bowl to the ground. He was seized with thirst, and all the water in the city was dried up. He died, and was reborn in Avīci. J.ii.194 f.