1. Candavatī.-Wife of Assalāyana and mother of Mahā Kotthita. Ap.ii.480.
2. Candavatī.-The city wherein, at the Silārāma, Sujāta Buddha died. BuA.171.
3. Candavatī.-The birthplace of Anomadassī Buddha (J.i.36; Bu.viii.17; DhA.i.88; AA.i.85; see also Ap.i.76). There Konda˝˝a Buddha spent his first vassa (BuA.110). It existed also in the time of Sumedha Buddha (Ap.ii.422). It was the capital of King Vijitāvī (BuA.111).
4. Candavatī.-Daughter of Brahmadatta, king of Benares. The king offered her to Lomasa-kassapa on condition that he should perform a sacrifice of beasts. Kassapa agreed but later withdrew his consent. See the Lomasa-Kassapa Jātaka. J.iii.515ff; Mil.220.