The text describes the cycle of lives in saṃsāra starting with birth, age, illness and death. The places where all beings are born after death include hells, jinns, specters, beasts, human world and heavens. The condition of each place is different. The Buddha performed his perfections for 24 asongkhai (number followed by 140 zeros ) and one hundred great eons. Finally, the Buddha attained enlightenment and became the Blessed One and taught his followers on how to escape from saṃsāra. The wise persons should perform only good deed.
Folio 26 on the recto side: In Culasakkarat (CS) 1220, a poek sanga year. the writing of this manuscript had been finished at noon between 10.30-12.00 o’clock. Thao (Mr.) Phom and his wife had the religious faith to sponsor the making of this manuscript entitled Samat Songsan, to support the Teachings of the Buddha. May I gain much merit, please. Sādhu sādhu anumodhāmi (Well! We say amen). May my wishes and desires be fulfilled.