A tree in the Asurabhavana (S.v.238)
which lives for a whole aeon. When the Asuras were pushed out of the deva-world
into their present abode, it was the presence of this tree which revealed to
them their where-about (J.i.202; SnA.ii.485; MA.i.476; DhA.i.272).
It is said
(DhA.i.280) that whenever the Cittapātali blossomed, the Asuras thought of the
Pāricchattaka-tree which they had left behind in
Tāvatimsa and started making
preparations for a war against Sakka.