The text gives the story of the wealthy man Jotika who never had his property depleted. In the period of the Vipassi Buddha, he was born as a kudumbi (a rich man) named Aparājita and had religious faith in the Teachings of the Buddha. He built a kuti (abode) decorated with seven kinds of crystals and offered it to the Buddha and the Sangha. As a result of the merit he accrued, he possessed great prosperity in all of his lives.
Folio 20 on the recto side: In Culasakkarat thousand 275 (should be CS 1275), a ka pao day, on the thirteenth day of the waxing moon of the third [lunar] month, the first day of the week (Sunday), at the time of the temple drum, the writing of this manuscript was finished. Xiang (ex-novice) Ngao and Sao (Miss) Duangta, husband and wife, were the principal initiators together with elders and all relatives who had the most ardent religious faith to sponsor the making of this manuscript entitled Sodokkasetthi to support the Teachings of Gotama Buddha to last until the end of 5 thousand years. May our wishes and desires be fulfilled and finally enter the Nirvana. Nibbāna paccayo hotu no nibbānaṃ paramaṃ sukkhaṃ niccaṃ dhuvaṃ dhuvaṃ. (May this be a condition for us to reach Nirvana which is the greatest bliss, constantly and certainly).
Item 1 - Title in Native script:
ໂຊດົກກະເສດຖີ (ຜູກຖ້ວນ 4)
Item 1 - Title in Roman script:
Jotika Setthī (Phuk Thuan 4)
Item 1 - Title in English script:
The story of Jotika Setthi (wealthy man), (fascicle 4)