This is the tenth fascicle of the story of the Venerable Uppagupta Thera. The story is that in BE 218, King Asoka was celebrating his 84,000 stupas when Mara appeared who destined a heavy rain to disrupt the ceremony. Phra Uppagupta Thera, who was living in the underworld had suppressed Mara and they both were fighting each other with supernatural power. Finally, Mara was put under control. The Venerable tied Mara's neck with the carcass of a dog and tied him to Mount Sumeru until the celebration had fully finished. Then the Venerable gave Mara back his freedom.
Folio 26 on the recto side: In Culasakkarat (CS) 17, a poek si year, on the twelfth waning day of the ninth [lunar] month. Pha Rajasattha Luang (the Royal court) sponsored the making of this manuscript entitled Lam Upakut (Uppagupta) to support the Teachings of the Buddha to last until the end of five thousand years. Nibbānaṃ paramaṃ sukhaṃ (Nirvana is the ultimate happiness).
Mae Òk (laywoman) On sponsored the making of [this manuscript] to support the Teachings of the Buddha.
Item 1 - Title in Native script:
ພະອຸບປະຄຸດ ຜູກ 10
Item 1 - Title in Roman script:
Phra Uppagupta, Phuk 10
Item 1 - Title in English script:
The Story of the Venerable Phra Uppagupta Thera, fascicle 10