The Panyaparami or Paṇṇāpāramī (perfection of wisdom) is regularly read by monks when delivering a sermon to people on the occasion of an auspicious ceremony. The text says that in the Buddha's time, the Buddha traveled to the Tavatimsa Heaven to attend the Buddhist Lent where he delivered his precious sermon, "Panyaparami or the 30 perfections of the Buddha", to Indra and the Devas. A Bodhisattva needs to complete these 30 perfections before he can become a Buddha. By writing the text oneself, asking someone to write it for him, paying attention and listening to the preaching of Panyaparami, a person would get benefit, become rich and be free from all misfortunes.
Folio 8 on the recto side (the last line): Mea òk (Mrs) Òn sponsored the making of [this manuscript] to support the Teachings of the Buddha.