A country, converted by the Thera Mahādeva, who preached
there the Devadūta Sutta (Mhv.Xii.4, 29; Dpv. viii.5; Sp.i.63).
The country is generally regarded as the modern Mysore.
But see J. R.A.S.1910, 429ff., where the author says that
Māhissati was its capital and that it was an island in the Narbadā River; see
also Mhv.Trs.84, n.5.