1. Ka˝canapabbata.-A mountain in Himavā (J.ii.396ff). It was near Ka˝cana-guhā, and on it grew the Abbhantaramba of Vessavana. On the mountain, in a hut, lived the ascetic Jotirasa, tending the sacred fire. The mountain formed one of the salient features of the Himālaya region (J.v.415). It is in the northern quarter of Himavā, and from its slopes flows the Sīdānadī (J.vi.101). In the Nimi Jātaka (J.vi.100) mention is made of two Ka˝canapabbatā between which the Sīdānadī flows. The mountain is sometimes referred to as Ka˝canagiri (E.g., UdA.411) and sometimes as Suvannapabbata (J.vi.100). The Buddha Sumana held his second assembly of disciples on the Ka˝canapabbata, when ninety thousand crores of people were present (J.i.34).
2. Ka˝canapabbata.-See Kanakapabbata.