Bhadda Kundalakesa was a former Jain ascetic who was converted to Buddhism by Sariputra, one of the two chief disciples of Gautama Buddha. She attained arahantship faster than any other nun and lived in the 6th century BCE in what is now Bihar and Uttar Pradesh in India.

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  • Bhadda Kundalakesa (VI wiek p.n.e.; Bhadda Kuṇḍaleksa, sans. Bhadra) – jedna z najbardziej intrygujących uczennic i wyznawczyń Buddy. (pl)
  • Bhadda Kundalakesa was a former Jain ascetic who was converted to Buddhism by Sariputra, one of the two chief disciples of Gautama Buddha. She attained arahantship faster than any other nun and lived in the 6th century BCE in what is now Bihar and Uttar Pradesh in India. (en)
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  • Bhadda Kundalakesa (VI wiek p.n.e.; Bhadda Kuṇḍaleksa, sans. Bhadra) – jedna z najbardziej intrygujących uczennic i wyznawczyń Buddy. (pl)
  • Bhadda Kundalakesa was a former Jain ascetic who was converted to Buddhism by Sariputra, one of the two chief disciples of Gautama Buddha. She attained arahantship faster than any other nun and lived in the 6th century BCE in what is now Bihar and Uttar Pradesh in India. (en)
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