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 the merit derived from reciting verses in number times. For examples “Buddho menatho dhammo menatho sangkho menatho; Buddham saranam gacchami dhammam saranam gacchami samkham saranam gacchami; Appamano buddho appamano dhammo appamano samkho”. The ones who have recited these Buddhist verses for ten thousand or one hundred thousand times, after death, they will go to heavens.
Folio 22 on the verso side, the last line mentions the sponsor was Thu (Monk) Sim.