The text mentions about in the time of Gonagamana Buddha, Sirivakha who was a royal courtier was faithful in Teachings of the Buddha. He sponsored the making Tipitaka and donated to the Sangha. During the offering ceremony, he wished to become as a Bhikkhu in the future. When he died he was born in Tusitā heaven (the realm of satisfied gods) and thereafter he was born as the royal son of King Isintharat and Queen Anandadevi. Later, he succeeded the throne from his father as a great king.
Folio 20 on the recto side: In Culasakkarat 189 (corresponding with CS 1189), a moeng khai year, a hap mao day, on the ninth waning day of the second [lunar] month, the fifth day of the week (Thursday), the writing of this manuscript was finished in the afternoon (between 13.30–15.00 o’clock). Ai (“elder brother”) Tonkaeo and his parents and all their relatives had the ardent religious faith to jointly sponsor the making of this manuscript entitled Lam Susavannachak to support the Teachings of the Buddha to last until the end of 5000 years. Nibbāna paccayo hotu no (May this be a condition for us to reach Nirvāna).