King of Benares. He was very fond of watching dancing and had three dancing halls where girls and women, of various ages, danced for his pleasure. One day he noticed a house-holder's wife who had come to watch the dance and longed to possess her. On realising the wickedness of his desire, he renounced the kingdom and became a Pacceka Buddha.
His Udānagāthā is included in the Khaggavisāna Sutta. SN.vs.63; SNA.i.115f.; Ap.i., p. II (vs.37); ApA.i.160f.