A park about three miles from Kosambī (S.iii.126) where Khemaka stayed during his illness.

He was visited by monks from the Ghositārāma (SA.ii.230). The Buddha is said to have stayed there and to have preached the Tipallatthamiga Jātaka (J.i.160) and the Tittira Jātaka (J.iii.64) regarding Rāhula, who spent a whole night in the Buddha's jakes at the Badarikārāma because he was unwilling to violate the rule laid down by the Buddha that no novice should share the room of an ordained monk (see also Vin.iv.16).

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