Daughter of the Madda king and chief queen of the Sivi king Sañjaya and mother of Vessantara.
She had been Sudhammā, daughter of Kikī, and was born in Tāvatimsa because of an offering of sandal wood made by her to Vipassī Buddha. When she left Tāvatimsa, Sakka gave her ten boons:
She was called Phusatī because on the day of her birth her body smelt of sandal wood.
She was a previous birth of Mahāmāyā. J.iv.480 ff., 593; Cyp.i.9.