Light Bright ［光明如来］ ( Rashmiprabhāsa; Kōmyō-nyorai): The Thus Come One Light Bright. The name that Mahākāshyapa, one of Shakyamuni’s ten major disciples, will bear when he attains enlightenment, according to Shakyamuni’s prediction in the “Bestowal of Prophecy” (sixth) chapter of the Lotus Sutra. The chapter reads: “This disciple of mine Mahākāshyapa in future existences will be able to enter the presence of three thousand billion Buddhas, World-Honored Ones, to offer alms, pay reverence, honor and praise them, widely proclaiming the innumerable great doctrines of the Buddhas. And in his final incarnation he will be able to become a Buddha named Light Bright Thus Come One . . . His land will be called Light Virtue and his kalpa will be called Great Adornment.” Rashmi of the Sanskrit name Rashmiprabhāsa means light and beam; prabhasa means brightness, splendor, or light.