Subhadra ［須跋陀羅］ (; Pali Subhadda; Shubaddara): The last convert of Shakyamuni Buddha mentioned in Buddhist scriptures. Shakyamuni continued his preaching until he died at Kushinagara in northern India. According to Mahāparinibbāna-suttanta, the Pali version of the Nirvana Sutra, Subhadra heard that the Buddha might die that night in Kushinagara, and he went to see him. Though fatigued and weak, Shakyamuni preached for Subhadra, who was deeply impressed with Shakyamuni’s teaching and immediately became his follower. According to The Treatise on the Great Perfection of Wisdom, Subhadra had a dream in which all people were deprived of their eyesight and left standing naked in the darkness, the sun fell from the sky, the earth cracked, the seas went dry, and Mount Sumeru was toppled by a great wind. In the morning, hearing that the Buddha would enter nirvana “before the next day,” he went to Shakyamuni and joined the Buddhist Order; that night he attained the state of arhat.