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|Pali Word Grammar from Pali Myanmar Dictionary|
|Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera|
|Avaroja：A householder in the time of Vipassī Buddha; he had a nephew who was also called Avaroja after his uncle．When the uncle undertook to build a gandhakuti for the Buddha，the nephew wished to have a share in the work，but this the uncle would not allow．The former thereupon proceeded to erect a Kuñjarasālā （Elephant Hall），on the site opposite the gandhakuti，adorned with the seven kinds of precious minerals．In the centre of the Kuñjarasālā was a jeweled pavilion beneath which was a Preacher’s Seat．At the foot of the seat were set four golden rams，of which there were two more under the foot-rest and six round the pavilion．At the festival of dedication，Avaroja invited the Buddha with sixty-eight thousand monks，giving alms to suffice for four months and various gifts to monks and novices．
This Avaroja，the nephew，became Mendaka，the famous setthi of Benares，in the present age （DhA．iii．364ff）．
A story similar to that of the two Avarojas is told of Aparājita，uncle and nephew of the same name，who also were householders in the time of Vipassī Buddha．We are told that this nephew also became Mendaka Setthi in his last birth．’ We have here，evidently，a confusion of legends （DhA．iv．202-3）．
|Tipiṭaka Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary တိပိဋက-ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္|