Khao padapdin means packets of rice with banana leaves and putting them on the ground in order to feed the spirits. The text mentions a poor man who was faithful and who put a ball of rice that he had been given into the bowl of a Buddhist monk and dedicated the merit to his parents, relatives, cousins and teachers. The results of the merit helped them to escape from hell and took them to the heavens. When the man died, he also entered heaven and had much heavenly property.
Folio 5 on the verso side: Vat Pha Maha Thatu.
Item 1 - Title in Native script:
Item 1 - Title in Roman script:
Sòng Khao Padap Din
Item 1 - Title in English script:
The merit derived from making khao padapdin (packets of rice and placing them on the ground).