A village in Magadha, near the Bodhi tree at Gayā. It was
the birthplace of Upaka (Thig.294; ThigA.225). The Buddhavamsa Commentary (p3)
speaks of a brahmin village Nālā, where the Buddha spent his eleventh rainy
Wife of the Ādipāda Udaya. She was the daughter of his
maternal uncle and was under the protection of King Sena I., but Udaya married
her during an absence of the king and took her to Pulatthinagara. The king,
however, forgave him. Cv.l.9; see also Cv. Trs.i. 138, n. 3.