A division of the Vajjiputtakā (Dpv.v.46; Mhv.v.7; Mbv. p.96). They held that there is no higher life practised among devā, that the convert gives up corruption piecemeal, and that the worldling (puthujjana) renounces passion and hate (Kvu.i.1, 3, 4, 5). They also held various views in common with other schismatic schools, such as the Andhakā, Pubbaseliyā, etc. In Tibetan sources they are called Sammatiyā, and are described as disciples of a teacher named Sammata. Rockhill, op.cit., 184.