11. There are others, still more numerous, with an unlimited train, like the sands of fifty, forty, and thirty Ganges;
12, 13. Who have a train equal to the (sands of) twenty Ganges. Still more numerous are the mighty sons of Buddha, who have each a train (equal to the sands) of ten, of five Ganges. Whence, O Leader, has such an assembly flocked hither?
14. There are others who have each a train of pupils and companions equal to the sands of four, three, or two Ganges.
15. There are others more numerous yet; it would be impossible to calculate their number in thousands of kotis of iEons.
16. (Equal to) a half Ganges, one third, one tenth, one twentieth, is the train of those heroes, those mighty Bodhisattvas.
17. There are yet others who are incalculable; it would be impossible to count them even in hundreds of kotis of ^Eons.
18. Many more yet there are, with endless trains; they have in their attendance kotis, and kotis and again kotis, and also half kotis.
19. Other great Seers again, beyond computation, very wise Bodhisattvas are seen in a respectful posture.
20. They have a thousand, a hundred, or fifty attendants; in hundreds of kotis of Æons one would not be able to count them.
21. The suite of (some of these) heroes consists of twenty, of ten, five, four, three, or two; those are countless.
Burnouf seems to have had before him, for his translation has 'suivis chacun de leur assemble.'