1. Daddara (Daddarapabbata).-A mountain in Himavā (J.ii.8, 67; iii.16; Ap.ii.536); it is the same as the Rajatapabbata (q.v.), which was called Daddara on account of the thunder playing round it.
2. Daddara (Daddaranāgabhavana).-An abode of the Nāgas at the foot of the Daddara mountain. J.iii.16.
3. Daddara (Daddarapura).-A city founded by the fifth son of King Upacara on a spot where two mountains rubbing together made the sound daddara. J.iii.461.
4. Daddara.-See Mahādaddara.