1. Kakudha (v.l. Kakkata).– A lay disciple of the Buddha who dwelt at Ñātika. When the Buddha arrived at Ñātika on his last journey, Ānanda asked him what had happened to Kakudha, who was already dead. The Buddha replied that Kakudha had found birth in the highest heavens, there to pass away entirely (D.ii.92).
2. Kakudha.– A deva. He visited the Buddha at the Añjanavana in Sāketa, and asked him whether he experienced feelings of pleasure and sorrow. The Buddha replied that he had overcome such feelings and was utterly free, whereupon Kakudha uttered his praises (S.i.54 f). The Commentary (SA.i.89) says that this Kakudha was a Brahma and that he was an attendant of Mahā-
3. Kakudha.– Probably identical with Kakudha (2). He was an inhabitant of Koliya and was an attendant of Mahā-
4. Kakudha.– A Pacceka Buddha of thirty-
5. Kakudha.– A bird in the time of Padumuttara Buddha and a previous birth of Malitavambha Thera. The bird gave the Buddha a lotus. v.l. Kukkuttha. ThagA.i.211; Ap.i.180.
6. Kakudha Kaccāna.– See Pakudha-
7. Kakudha.– A little pond in Mahāmeghavana between the site of the Mahā Thūpa and the Thūpārāma. The Mahā Thūpa was at the upper end of the pond, and the spot had been consecrated by the visit of the four Buddhas of the present world-