“Prophecy of Enlightenment for Five Hundred Disciples” chapter ［五百弟子受記品］ ( Gohyaku-deshi-juki-hon): Abbreviated as the “Five Hundred Disciples” chapter. The eighth chapter of the Lotus Sutra. At the beginning of the chapter, Pūrna rejoices at having understood the teaching of the one vehicle by hearing Shakyamuni tell, in the “Parable of the Phantom City” (seventh) chapter, of their relationship in the remote past when Shakyamuni was the sixteenth son of the Buddha Great Universal Wisdom Excellence. In this (eighth) chapter, Shakyamuni predicts that Pūrna will attain enlightenment in a future existence as a Buddha named Law Bright. Subsequently he prophesies that the twelve hundred arhat disciples in the assembly, including Kaundinya, will also attain Buddhahood. He first bestows this prophecy on five hundred arhats, and then on the remaining seven hundred. All twelve hundred, he says, will become Buddhas with the name Universal Brightness. To show their understanding of the one vehicle teaching, these five hundred arhats then relate the parable of the jewel in the robe.