Jāmbūnada Gold Light ［閻浮那提金光如来］ ( Jāmbūnadaprabhāsa; Embunadai-konkō-nyorai): The Thus Come One Jāmbūnada Gold Light. The name that Kātyāyana, one of Shakyamuni’s ten major disciples, will bear when he becomes a Buddha, according to Shakyamuni’s prediction in the “Bestowal of Prophecy” (sixth) chapter of the Lotus Sutra. The chapter reads: “Great Kātyāyana here in future existences will present various articles as offerings and will serve eight thousand million Buddhas, paying honor and reverence to them. . . . When he has finished offering alms to all the Buddhas, he will fulfill the way of the bodhisattva and will become a Buddha with the title Jāmbūnada Gold Light Thus Come One.” The Sanskrit name Jāmbūnadaprabhāsa means the brilliance of the Jāmbūnada gold. Jāmbūnada gold, found in a river running through the forest of jambu trees in Jambudvīpa, was believed to be the finest of all gold. Prabhāsa means light, glow, brightness, or splendor.