"...there were many elders, who were elderly, wealthy, with outstanding moral character, like the bodhisattvas..."
"A bhiksu or bhiksuni begs for buddhadharma above and food and clothing below... Upasakas and upasikas are the male and female lay Buddhists who take refuge in the Three Jewels and abide by the five precepts. They all came to attend the grand ceremony of Sakyamuni Buddha."
...Also, there were tens of thousands of Mahabrahma Sikhin and other devas from the rest of the Four Heavens descending to the Buddha’s place to listen to the dharma. In the assembly, there were also twelve thousand celestial kings, the mighty heavenly beings, dragon gods, yaksas, gandharvas, asuras, garudas, kinnaras, maharagas, as well as all the bhiksus, bhiksunis, upasakas, and upasikas...
49. Golden Topknot Bodhisattva has reached a pinnacle in his spiritual cultivation, indicated by the strong golden light radiating from his topknot.
50. Jeweled Topknot Bodhisattva has a light radiating topknot on his head that can illuminate the karma of sentient beings, enabling him to guide them accordingly to follow buddhadharma.
51. Maitreya Bodhisattva is the next Buddha King of Great Authority, succeeding Sakyamuni Buddha to deliver sentient beings in the saha world.
52. Manjusri Dharma Prince Bodhisattva is a teacher of seven buddhas, and had attained buddhahood long ago. He was the only one who dared to debate with Vimalakirti, and the Vimalakirti Sutra is the result of conversations between Manjusri and Vimalakirti to explain the Ultimate Truth in a clearer, more sublime, and supreme way.
45. Brahma Net Bodhisattva uses pure buddhadharma and marvelous dharma teaching to deliver sentient beings, who are like fish lifted from the ocean in a large pure net.
46. Precious Pole Bodhisattva bears the work of the Tathagata.
47. Complete Victory Bodhisattva is first and foremost in teaching and discussing buddhadharma, and no one can exceed him in debates.
48. Magnificent Land Bodhisattva adorns the purelands and the buddhaverses with his wisdom and merit.