1. Migācira.– A park in Bārāṇasī (J.v.68, 476, 506). This seems to have been an old name for Isipatana, for it was the scene of Sikhī Buddha’s first discourse, (BuA. 205) and all Buddhas teach their first discourse in the same place. See Buddha.
2. Migācira.– A park near Indapatta, which once belonged to Dhanañjaya Koravya (J.vi.256). It existed even in the time of the Buddha, for Raṭṭhapāla Thera is mentioned as having stayed there. M.ii.65; MA.ii.725, 730; but ThagA.ii.34 calls it Migājina.