A structure built by the queen consort of Udaya I. (Cv.xlix.23). Can this be identical with Kantaka Cetiya (q.v.)? (See also Cv.Trs.i.129, n.3).
The Sumangalavilāsinī (DA.i.291) mentions a Katthakasāla-parivena (v.l. Kanthakasāla, Kandarasālā), the abode of a monk named Mahāsatthivassa (q.v.) who lived in the time of King Vasabha. Kanthakasāla (? Katthakasāla)-parivena was also the residence of a young novice who won the esteem of Tissa, a minister of King Saddhā-Tissā (AA.i.262).