1. Juṇha.– An elder of Kosala. For his story see the Māluta Jātaka (J.i.165 f).
2. Juṇha.– Son of Brahmadatta, king of Bārāṇasī. He was the Bodhisatta. See the Juṇha Jātaka. J.iv.95 ﬀ.
3. Juṇha.– A minister of Pasenadi. When Pasenadi held his Asadisa-dāna, Juṇha rejoiced in the king’s generosity, but his friend Kāḷa was displeased at what he considered as waste. The king, hearing of this from the Buddha, asked Juṇha to use the royal revenue to give alms on his own account during seven days. This Juṇha did. He became a Stream-winner (sotāpanna) after hearing the Buddha teach. DhA.iii.186 ﬀ.