Panyaparami or Paññāpāramī (perfection of wisdom) is regularly used by a monk to read during delivering a sermon to people on the occasion of an auspicious ceremony. The text mentions about in the Buddha's time, the Buddha traveled to the Tavatimsa Heaven for attending the Buddhist Lent. The Buddha delivered this valuable sermon " Panyaparami or 30 perfections of the Buddha" to Indra and Devas. A Bodhisattva need to be completed these 30 perfections before becoming a Buddha. By writing the text by oneself, asking other to write for, paying attention to listen to the preaching of Panyaparami, the one would get benefits to become rich people and avoid from all misfortunes.
Folio 9 on the recto side: In Culasakkarat (CS) 1295, a kap set year, on the six waxing day of the fifth [lunar] month, the fourth day of the week (Wednesday), the writing of this manuscript was finished at the time of the temple drum (around 4.00 p.m.). Ba (Mr.) Phai had the religious faith to sponsor the making of this manuscript entitled Panyapalami with the Lord Buddha, dedicated to phò kao mae lang and phò kam and mae ven (deceased persons or spirits who may come to harm us any time), may all diseases and dangers vanish, definitely, constantly and certainly).