1. Sañjaya.– A gardener (uyyānapāla) of Brahmadatta, king of Bārāṇasī. See the Vātamiga Jātaka. He is identified with the slave girl who tried to tempt Cūḷapiṇḍapātika Tissa Thera. J.i.156 f.
2. Sañjaya.– A rāja of Tagara. He renounced the world with nine hundred million others and became an ascetic. Dhammadassī Buddha taught them and they all attained Arahantship. Bu.xvi.3; BuA.183.
3. Sañjaya.– Father of Vessantara. He was the son of Sivi, king of Jetuttara, and after his father’s death succeeded him as king. His wife was Phusatī. He is identified with Suddhodana of the present age. See the Vessantara Jātaka for details. He is mentioned in a list of kings at Dpv.iii.42.
4. Sañjaya Thera.– He was the son of a wealthy brahmin of Sāvatthi, and, following the example of Brahmāyu, Pokkharasāti, and other well-
In the time of Vipassī Buddha he spent all his wealth in good deeds and was left poor. Even then he continued to wait on the Buddha and his monks and led a good life. Eight world-
5. Sañjaya Akāsagotta.– In the Kaṇṇakatthala Sutta Viḍūḍabha tells the Buddha that it was Sañjaya who started the story round the palace to the effect that, according to the Buddha, no recluse or brahmin can ever attain to absolute knowledge and insight.
6. Sañjaya.– Son of the brahmin Vidhura and younger brother of Bhadrakāra. See the Sambhava Jātaka. He is identified with Sāriputta. J.v.67.
7. Sañjaya Belaṭṭhiputta.-
8. Sañjaya.– One of the ten sons of Kāḷāsoka (q.v.)