1. Díghávu.-Eldest son of King Arindama I. He is identified with Ráhula. J.v.490.
2. Díghávu.-A householder of Rájagaha and son of Jotika-gahapati. He was a sotápanna and, when he lay ill, he sent his father to the Buddha requesting the Buddha to visit him. The Buddha accepted the request, preached to him and consoled him. Soon afterwards Díghávu died and was born as an anágámí. S.v.344f.
3. Díghávu.-Son of King Mahájanaka and his queen Sívalí. He became king when Mahájanaka left the world. He is identified with Ráhula. J.vi.44, 61, 62, 68.
4. Díghávu.-See Dígháyu.
Díghávu Sutta.-Records the visit of the Buddha to Díghávu (see Dighávu 2). The Buddha exhorts him to practise the six conditions which are constituent parts of knowledge (cha vijjábhágiyadhamme). These are: