A pleasance in Sāvatthi belonging to Queen Mallikā.
It is described as “Samayappavādakatindukācīra-
The Commentary (MA.ii.710; cf. DA.ii.365) says it was called Samyappavādaka because teachers holding various views used to gather there and discourse on their doctrines. It was surrounded by tindukakhīra (timbaru) trees, hence tindukācīra (sic); at first it possessed only one hall, but later many were erected through the good fortune of Poṭṭhapāda — hence its epithet Ekasālāka.