One of Bāvarī's disciples. His question and the
Buddha's answer are found in the
Jatukanni Sutta (Sn.vv.1007, 1096-1100; Dvy.635).
In the time of Padumuttara Buddha,
Jatukannī was a banker in Hamsavatī, rich
enough to lend money even to the king, Arindama. One day he saw the Buddha going
along the street and, having invited him and twenty thousand monks, gave them a
meal at his house. Ap.ii.357ff.