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[[File:Mulagandhakuti.jpg|thumb|300px|Mulagandhakuti. The remains of [[Gautama Buddha|Buddha]]'s hut in Jetavana Monastery.]]
'''Jetavana''' (literally "Jeta's Wood" or "{{lit|Jeta's Grove"grove}}),<ref name=":0222">{{Cite web|url=|title=Anathapindika: The Great Benefactor||language=en|url-status=live|archive-url=|archive-date=2017-10-08|access-date=2017-10-07}}</ref><ref name=":023">{{Cite book|url=|title=The Buddha and His Disciples|last=Dhammika|first=Shravasti|date=2005-12-01|publisher=Buddhist Publication Society|isbn=9789552402807|language=en|access-date=2017-10-07|archive-url=|archive-date=2018-08-29|url-status=live}}</ref> was one of the most famous of the Buddhist monasteries or [[vihara]]s in India (present-day [[Uttar Pradesh]]). It was the second vihara donated to [[Gautama Buddha]] after the [[Venuvana]] in [[Rajgir]]. The monastery was given to him by his chief male lay disciple, [[Anathapindika]].
Jetavana is located just outside the old city of [[Sravasti|Savatthi]]. There was also an important vihara named Jetavana in [[Sri Lanka]].