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For the musical instrument, see Sundari (instrument). For the feminine beauty motif, see Surasundari.

Sundari or Sundari Nanda was the younger half-sister of Buddha and sister of Nanda. She was the child of King Suddhodana and Buddha's aunt Maha Pajapati Gotami. She, like other members of her family, became a Bhikkhuni (see also: Nanda (Buddhist nun)) and an Arahant, like her brother Nanda.


The First Buddhist Women: Translations and Commentaries on the Therigatha Author: Susan Murcott, ISBN 0-938077-42-2]

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