1. Paṭhama Migajāla Sutta.– Migajāla visits the Buddha and asks what is meant by a dweller in solitude (ekavihārī) and what by one living with a companion (sadutiyavihārī). The Buddha answers that he who is enamoured of objects of sense is “one living with a companion,” while he who has cast off craving is “a dweller in solitude.” S.iv.35 f.
2. Dutiya Migajāla Sutta.– Migajāla visits the Buddha and asks for a brief teaching before going to live in the forest. The Buddha tells him how lure arises from various objects of the senses and how the destruction of this lure means the destruction of suffering. Migajāla profits by the lesson and, contemplating it, becomes an Arahant. S.iv.37 f