A village and a district in Rohaṇa. Duṭṭhagāmaṇī lived there before being crowned at Mahāgāma (Mhv.xxiv.17). Guttasāla was thirty to thirty-
The Aṭṭhasālinī (DhsA.398 f) records the story of a nun of Guttasāla; she was an Arahant, and when the village was destroyed by bandits she left it with a young nun carrying her baggage. At the village gate of Nakulanagara she met Mahānāga of Kālavallimaṇḍapa, who offered her a meal in his own bowl, as she had none of her own. She ate the meal, washed the bowl and returned it, telling him that from the next day he would get alms without exertion; and so he did.