1. Usabhavatī. A city where, in the
pleasaunce near by, Paduma Buddha spent a rainy season. The citizens gave a
special kathina-robe to his chief disciple, Sāla (BuA.148). According to the
Buddhavamsa Commentary (p.173), Piyadassī Buddha preached his first sermon in
the same pleasaunce, but the Buddhavamsa (xiv.119) gives its name as Ussāvana.
2. Usabhavatī. The city in which the
Buddha Vessabhū died, at the Khemārāma. BuA.209.