1. Yasodharā. See Rāhulamātā.
2. Yasodharā. The daughter of the Treasurer of Sunandagāma; she offered a meal of milk rice to Kondañña Buddha. BuA.108.
3. Yasodharā. Wife of the khattiya Yasavā and mother of Anomadussī Buddha. J.i.36; DhA.i.105; Bu.viii.17; AA.i.85.
4. Yasodharā. Daughter of King Jayasena. She married Añjana the Sākiyan, and their children were Māyā and Pajāpatī and Dandapānī and Suppabuddha (Mhv.ii.16ff).
Yasodharā was the sister of Sīhahanu. MT. 35; see also Mtu.i.355.
5. Yasodharā. Daughter of Vijayabāhu I. and Līlāvatī. She married Vīravamma and had two daughters, Līlāvatī and Sugalā (Cv.lix.26). She was later raised to the rank of rājinī (? queen) by Vijayabāhu, and erected a massive building, called Pāsādapāda, in the Kappūramūlāyatana. Cv.lx.83.
6. Yasodharā. One of the chief women supporters of Sumedha Buddha. Bu.xii.25.