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Vaiśālī (P. Vesāli; T. yangs pa can ཡངས་པ་ཅན་; C. pisheli) is a town in present-day Bihar, India, that was the capital of the Licchavi Republic during the lifetime of Gautama Buddha. The Buddha first visited the city about five years after his enlightenment, and gave a number of important teachings there. The wealthy courtesan Āmrapālī became his disciple and she donated a mango grove called Amrapalivana.
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- Vaishali (ancient city), Wikipedia