Monks regularly read the text of the Panyaparami or Paññāpāramī (perfection of wisdom) when they deliver a sermon to people on an occasion of auspicious ceremonies. The text states that, during his time, the Buddha traveled to the Tavatimsa Heaven to attend the Buddhist Lent. The Buddha delivered the precious sermon called "Panyaparami” or “the 30 perfections of the Buddha" to Gos Indra and deities. A Bodhisatta needs to complete these 30 perfections before he becomes a Buddha. By writing the text by oneself, asking someone else to write, or paying attention while listening to the Panyaparami, one would get the benefit of becoming rich and be spared from all misfortunes.
Folio 10 on the recto side: In BE 2537, a kap set year, on the fifteenth day of the waxing moon of the fifth [lunar] month, a Monday, […] had the religious faith to sponsor the making of this manuscript entitled Panyaparami and Mangkhalasut to support the Teachings of Gotama Buddha to last until the end of 5000 years. May the benefits of this merit be a condition [for me/us] to reach Nirvana in the future. Suddhinaṃ dhamma dānaṃ āsavak khayāvahaṃ hotu anāgate kāle sādhu sādhu (May the benefit of giving Dhamma be a condition [for me/us] to be released from defilements in the future, Well done! Well-done!).