A thera credited with great iddhi-power. He lived in Mangana, and was one of those who shared the sour millet-gruel given by Dutthagāmani in his flight from battle. Khuddaka Tissa divided it among sixty thousand monks in the Kelāsa Vihāra (Mhv.xxxii.53f). He was one of the pacchāgatakā (late comers?) to the Assemblies of Kuddālaka, Mūgapakkha, Ayoghara, and Hatthipāla (J.vi.30). He is probably identical with Kujja Tissa (q.v.).