Well Attained ［善逝］ (, Pali sugata; zenzei): Also, Well Gone or Well Departed. Having gone to the world of enlightenment. One of the ten honorable titles of a Buddha. “Well Attained” means that one has eliminated earthly desires with power of wisdom and attained the stage of Buddhahood, never again having to undergo the sufferings of birth and death. Su of the Sanskrit and Pali word sugata means well or gracefully, and gata means gone, departed, or deceased.