The text mentions about the merit derived from organizing a Therabhiseka (to pour water on a venerable) ceremony. In the Buddha’s time, King Pasendhikosala questioned the Buddha about the profits derived from making a Therabhiseka. Then the Buddha delivered a sermon giving a story. Once a king named Vijaya ruled Visala city. The king had religious faith in the Teachings of the Buddha and ruled his citizents by royal virtues. One day, the king together with his followers organized a Therabhiseka ceremony for great monks. When he died, he was born in a heaven and possessed heavenly properties.
Folio 18 on the recto side: Sòng Therabhiseka, Chao Mòm (Monk) Thongdam is the sponsor. The writing [of this manuscript] was finished at the time of the temple drum, in the year 1678, on the tenth waning day of the second [lunar] month. The writing was finished on the same day. novice Phumma is the scribe. Mom (monk) Thongdam sponsored the making of a manuscript entitled Song Buat and of another manuscript entitled Song Hot to support the Teachings of the Buddha to last until the end of 5000 years.
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The merit derived from orginzing the therabhiseka ceremony.