Visakha

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Visākhā
Religious career
Teacher Buddha
Stupa of Visakha, where her ashes were interred, in Sravasti.

Viśākhā, also referred to as Migara's mother (Migāramāta), was one of the chief female lay disciples of the Buddha. She became a stream-enterer and died at the age of 120.

Viśākhā erected a monastery for the Buddha known as "Migāramātupāsāda" (Pali for "Migara's mother's palace"), near Savatthi.

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