Jambugāmika (Jambugāmiya) Thera
He was born at Campā, his father bearing
the same name as himself. (He was probably chief of Jambugāma). He joined the
Order and dwelt in the Añjanavana in
Sāketa. One day, in order to test him, his
father sent him a verse, and he, realising his imperfections, became an arahant
In the time of Vessabhū Buddha he threw
three kimsuka-flowers into the air as offering to the Buddha.
He is probably identical with
Kimsukapupphiya of the Apadāna. Ap.ii.435; but see s.v. Somamitta.