Younger daughter of Vīravamma. Her mother was the daughter of Vijayabāhu I. She married Sirivallabha and had two children, Mānābharaṇa and Līlāvalī. After the death of Mānābharaṇa, Sugalā revolted against Parakkamabāhu I.
On finding her position untenable, she retired to Uruvelā with the Tooth Relic and almsbowl, which had fallen into her hands. She then carried on her activities in Aṭṭhasahassaka. She was captured at Vanagāma and sent to the king. After that we hear no more of her.
(Cv lix 28, 46; lxii. 2; lxxiv 28, 36, 88, lxxv 154 f, 117, 186).