Ornament of Mahayana Sutras, The ［大乗荘厳経論］ ( Mahāyāna-sūtrālamkāra; Chin Ta-ch’eng-chuang-yen-ching-lun; Daijō-shōgonkyō-ron): A commentary on the Consciousness-Only doctrine translated into Chinese by the Indian monk Prabhākaramitra, who went to China in 626. This work consists of verse and a prose commentary on it. The verse is attributed to Maitreya (c. 270–350 or 350–430), the founder of the Consciousness-Only school, and the prose commentary to Vasubandhu who lived around the fourth or fifth century. One account attributes The Ornament of Mahayana Sutras to Asanga, a disciple of Maitreya. The Sanskrit text and a Tibetan translation are also extant.