1. Junha. An Elder of Kosala. For his
story see the Māluta Jātaka (J.i.165f).
2. Junha.Son of Brahmadatta, king of
Benares. He was the
See the Junha Jātaka. J. iv.95ff.
3. Junha. A minister of Pasenadi.
When Pasenadi held his Asadisadāna, Junha
rejoiced in the king's generosity, but his friend
Kāla was displeased at what he considered
as waste. The king, hearing of this from the Buddha, asked Junha to use the
royal revenue to give alms on his own account during seven days. This Junha did.
He became a Sotāpanna after hearing
the Buddha preach. DhA.iii.186ff.