1. Bhaddasāla.– One of the chief disciples of Nārada Buddha (J.i.37; Bu.x.23).
He was a brahmin of Thullakoṭṭhita and, together with his friend Vijitamitta, he went in search of the Lake of Immortality (Amatarahada). During their travels they met Nārada Buddha and entered the Order under him, later becoming Arahants. BuA.154.
2. Bhaddasāla.– A tree deity, see the Bhaddasāla Jātaka.
3. Bhaddasāla Thera v.1. Bhaddanāma.– An Arahant. He accompanied Mahinda to Sri Lanka (Mhv.xii.7; Dpv.xii. 12, 38; Sp.i. 62, 70). Sirimeghavaṇṇa made an image of him and placed it in a shrine near his palace. Cv.xxxvii.87.