1. Nandā.– Chief woman disciple of Dīpaṅkara Buddha. Bu.ii.214; J.i.29.
2. Nandā.– One of the four wives of Magha. When Magha and his friends built their hall, Nandā had a pond built in the grounds. As a result, she was reborn as the mate of Sakka, and the Nandā-
3. Nandā.– Three daughters of the Bodhisatta in one of his births. For details see the Suvaṇṇahaṃsa Jātaka.
4. Nandā.– Daughter of Candakumāra, J.vi.134.
5. Nandā.– A nun, sister of Thullanandā. Her other two sisters were Nandavatī and Sundarī-
She is evidently to be identified with Sundarī-
There were three therīs (SNA.i.241) of the name of Nandā who were ordained with Pajāpatī:
The legends about them seem to have been confused from very early times.
8. Nandā.– One of the chief women supporters of Kakusandha Buddha. Bu.xxiii.22.
9. Nandā.– Daughter of King Ānanda of Haṃsavatī and half sister of Padumuttara Buddha. She was a previous birth of Sakulā (Pakulā) Therī (q.v.) ThigA.91, 92.
10. Nandā Therī.– An Arahant. Sister of King Kāḷāsoka. She was instrumental in winning the king’s support for the orthodox monks, when he was inclined to favour the heretics. Mhv.iv.38 ﬀ. Probably the same as Dpv.xviii.10.
11. Nandā.– Wife of Nandasena.
12. Nandā.– One of the palaces occupied by Paduma Buddha in his last lay life. Bu.ix.17.
13. Nandā.– A palace occupied by Sujāta Buddha in his last lay life. Bu.xiii.21.