1. Citakapūjaka Thera. An arahant.
Ninety-one kappas ago a Pacceka Buddha, named Ananda, died in the forest and the
Thera, who was then a deva, descended from the deva-world and burned the Pacceka
Buddha's body on a pyre (Ap.i.227).
2. Citakapūjaka Thera. An arahant. In
the time of Sikhī Buddha he was a tree-sprite on a rājāyatana-tree. At the
Buddha's death he made offerings of flowers and music and perfume at the
Buddha's funeral pyre. Thirty-one kappas ago, he became king sixteen times,
under the name of Uggata (Ap.i.151).
3. Citakapūjaka Thera. An arahant.
Ninety-four kappas ago, while wandering along the Candabhāgā River, he saw the
Buddha's funeral pyre and made offering to it of seven māluvā-flowers.
Seventy-seven kappas ago he became king seven times, under the name of Patijagga
4. Citakapūjaka Thera. An arahant. He
offered sāla-flowers at the pyre of a Pacceka Buddha named Jalajuttama, one
hundred thousand kappas ago (Ap.i.292f).