Shakyaprabha (Skt. Śākyaprabha; Tib. ཤཱཀྱ་འོད་, Shakya Ö; Wyl. shAkya 'od) (b. 8th century) — one of the ‘Two Supreme Ones’—great commentators on the Buddha’s teachings—he was a disciple of Shantarakshita, and was a crucial link in the Vinaya tradition of which the lineage is still extant in Tibet.