1. Yaññadatta. A brahmin, father of Konāgamana Buddha. D.ii.7; J.i.43; Bu.xxiv.17.
2. Yaññadatta. Son of Ani Mandavya. While he was playing, his ball rolled into an anthill, and, all unsuspecting, he put his hand in and was bitten by a snake. He was cured by "Acts of Truth" performed by his parents and by Kanha Dīpāyana (J.iv.30f).
See the Kanhadīpāyana Jātaka. He is identified with Rāhula. J.iv.37.