She was born in a poor family of Sāvatthi and was married to a rush-
Her first child was a son, named Sumaṅgala, who left the world and became an Arahant. See Sumaṅgala (7).
She became a nun, and one day, while reflecting on all she had suffered in the lay life, she was much affected, and, her insight quickening, she became an Arahant. Thig.vss.23‑24; ThigA.28 f.