Seng-jui ［僧叡］ (n.d.) (PY Sengrui; Sōei): One of Kumārajīva’s major disciples. He became a priest and first studied Buddhism under Seng-hsien. When Kumārajīva went to Ch’ang-an in China in 401, Seng-jui became his disciple. He assisted Kumārajīva in translating the Lotus Sutra into Chinese. He had a deep understanding of Buddhist scriptures and wrote prefaces to many Chinese translations of Buddhist texts, such as the Lotus Sutra and The Treatise on the Great Perfection of Wisdom.