A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70
A young brahman student. He once visited the Buddha in Sāvatthī, asking him various questions. The interview is described in the Subha Sutta. DN.i.204f. At the end of the discourse he declared himself the Buddha’s follower. While on his way back from the city, he met Jāṇussoṇi, and, on being asked what he thought of the Buddha, spoke of him in terms of the highest praise, saying that none but Gotama’s own peer could utter sufficient praise of him.MN.i.196f. MN.i.208f. Subha is described MN.i.202 as the son of the brahmin Todeyya of Tudigāma.