v.l. Dudda, Dudada.
Once the Bodhisatta was a brahmin of Kāsi and, after being educated in Takkasilā, became an ascetic in the Himālaya. When he and his fellow ascetics visited Benares for salt and seasoning, the people gathered together and gave them food. The story was told in reference to two young men who made a collection in Sāvatthi to feed the Buddha and his monks (J.ii.85f).