The fourteenth of the twenty-four Buddhas.
- He was born in Sobhana in the Sucindhanu pleasance, his parents being Sāgara and Sudassanā (Bu.xv; BuA.178 ﬀ). He was so called because at his birth people recovered long-buried treasures.
- His wife was Visākhā and his son Sena (Sela according to the Buddhavaṃsa Commentary). He lived for 10,000 years as a householder in three palaces — Amaragiri, Suragiri, and Girivāhana. He left home on a horse called Sudassana.
- His penance lasted eight months, and his meal of milk-rice was given by a nāga woman, Sucindharā. A nāga, Dhammaruci, gave him the grass which he spread at the foot of the campaka tree, where he reached Enlightenment.
- His first discourse was taught in the Anomā-park near Anoma.
- His chief disciples were Santa, the king’s son, and Upasanta, son of the chaplain of Sucandaka.
- His chief women disciples were Dhammā and Sudhammā. Abhaya was his attendant, and his patrons were Nakula and Nisabha among the laymen, and Makilā and Sunandā among the lay-women.
- The Bodhisatta was a Jaṭila, Susīma of Campaka, and he offered the Buddha a canopy of flowers brought from the deva-world.
- Atthadassī died at the age of 100,000 years at Anomārāma in Anupama and his relics were scattered in various places.
- He appeared in the Maṇḍakappa, in the company of two others, Piyadassī and Dhammadassī. J.i.39.