A potter in Rājagaha in whose dwelling the Buddha met and conversed with Pukkusāti. MN.iii.237

Bhaggava seems to have been a generic name for all potters, perhaps a special form of address used towards members of the kumbhakāra “caste.” In the Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.i.36 SN.i.60 the Buddha addresses Ghaṭīkāra Brahmā as “Bhaggava”; he had been a potter of Vehaliṅga in his previous birth and the name “Ghaṭīkāra” itself means “jar maker.”