This is the fourth fascicle of the story of the Bodhisatta who was born as Mahosot (the one who has powerful medicines), the son of Sirivatthaka and Sumana, a wealthy merchant in Mithila City. When he was born, he clasped a medicinal herb in his hand that caused a painless birth-giving for his mother and could cure every sick person. When Sirivatthaka places and smeared the medicinal herb on his forehead, his headache immediately vanished. At the age of seven, Mahosot demonstrated his great architectural talent. Throughout his childhood his wisdom grew. With his excellence, he was one of advisors to King Vitheha of Mithila. When King Vitheha died, Mahosot moved to Varanasi (present-day Benares) and became the advisor to King Chulani Prommathat
Folio 25 on the recto side: In Culasakkarat (CS) 1170, a ka hao year, on the third day of the waning moon of the second [lunar] month, the seventh day of the week (Saturday), at the time of the morning drum (7:30–9:00), the writing of this manuscript was finished. Chao Suttha and his wife had the religious faith to sponsor the making of this manuscript entitled Mahosot to support the Teachings of the Buddha. Nibbāna paccaya hotu no dhuvaṃ dhuvaṃ aniccaṃ dhukhaṃ anattā (May this be a condition for us to reach Nirvana. Impermanence, suffering and non-self).