Añjana

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Anjana was a king of Koliya dynasty of ancient India, a dynasty that was present around the time of Gautama Buddha, according to Buddhist scriptures. He was the son of the king Devadaha. Anjana had two sons Suppabuddha and Dandapāni, and two daughters Māyā and Pajāpatī. The daughters later became the wives of Suddhodana. Maya was the mother of Gautama Buddha. Anjana had two wives named as Sulakkhanā and Yasodharā and a sister Kaccānā.