2. Sālā.– One of the two chief women disciples of Phussa Buddha. BuA.194.
1. Sālā Sutta.– The Buddha, while staying at the brahmin village of Sālā in Kosala, addresses the monks, urging them to exhort newly ordained monks and trainees (sekhā) in the four foundations of mindfulness.
The Arahants who have destroyed the corruptions, lived the holy-
2. Sālā Sutta.– Taught at Sālā. Just as the lion is the chief of animals, so is wisdom chief of the requisites of enlightenment (bodhipakkhiyā dhammā) (a list of which is given in the sutta). S.v.227; on the title of the sutta, see KS.v.202, n.3.