Jeta Grove

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Jeta Grove.

  • A Grove near Shravasti in India, originally owned by Prince Jeta and donated to Shakyamuni Buddha. Side of a monastery, frequently the location of Dharma preachings by the Buddha.
  • Jeta Grove at Sravasti where the Buddha and his disciples spent their yearly rainy-season retreat (dbyar gnas) for nineteen years. [MR-ShabkarNotes]
  • Jetavana - Grove donated to the Sangha by the Buddha's lay disciple Anathapindaka; also a monastery founded in fourth century in Sri Lanka. [Tarthang]