Brother of the courtesan Kālī. He was a ne'er-do-well, and Kālī, having helped him with money which he proceeded to squander, refused to give him any more. But a patron of Kālī, seeing his condition, gave him his clothes on entering Kālī's house - it being the custom for those who patronised a courtesan, to be provided with clothes during their stay in her house - and had to walk away naked. J.iv.248f.
Tundila.-A parrot, who had a tiger as friend. For their story see Ras.i.36.