1. Cittā.One of the four wives of Māgha.
Māgha and his companions erected a hall, and Cittā had a flower garden laid out
close by wherein she grew every kind of flowering tree, shrub and creeper. As a
result she was reborn in Tāvatimsa as Sakka's consort, and the
came into being for her pleasure. DhA.i.269f; J. i.201f.
2. Cittā. A Therī. She was the daughter
of a leading citizen of Rājagaha. Hearing the Buddha preach, she entered the
Order under Pajāpatī Gotamī. In her old age she went to
Gijjhakūta and there,
after meditation, she attained arahantship.
Ninety-four kappas ago she was a kinnarā
on the bank of the Canda-bhāgā and there offered flowers to a Pacceka Buddha
(Thig.vs.27f.; ThigA.33f). She is probably identical with Nalamālikā of the
3. Cittā.One of the five queens of Okkāka. DA.i.278; SnA.i.352; MT.131.
4. Cittā. See Ummāda-Cittā.
5. Cittā.One of the chief lay women
supporters of Sobhita Buddha. Bu.vii.23.
6. Cittā. A laywoman who was among the
chief supporters of Sikhī Buddha. Bu.xxi.22.
7. Cittā.Daughter of the Madda king and
wife of Sumitta, son of
Sīhabāhu. MT.269; Mhv.viii.7.