A township where Yasa Kākandakaputta met
whom he wished to consult regarding the Ten Points raised by the
Revata had gone there from Soreyya, and Yasa followed him, passing through
Aggalapura. Sahajāti was on the river
(Ganges?), and the Vajjiputtakas went there from Vesāli by boat. Vin.ii.299f.,
301; Mhv.iv.23 8
In the Anguttara Nikāya (A.iii.355; v.41, 157), Sahajāti
is described as a nigama of the Cetis, and Mahā Cunda is mentioned as having
stayed there and preached three sermons.
According to the Samyutta,
also lived there at one time. S. v.436; the text says Sahañcanika, but for a
correct reading see KS.v.369, n.3.