Malai Muen means during paying homage to Chulamani Stupa in Tavatimsa Heaven, Venerable Pha Malai Thera had seen the certain deities in the amount of muen (ten thousand) surrounding the stupa there. Venerable Malai Thera, a Buddhist monk who lived at Kamphosakham village in Sri Lanka known for legendary travels to heaven and hell. His story is popularly chanted during the Vessantara Jataka festival or Bun Mahasat. According to the legend, he visited heaven and hell and afterwards described to the lay people and fellow monks what he had seen.
Folio 13 on the recto side: In Culasakkarat 816 (corresponding with CS 1186), a kap san year, on the seventh waxing day of the second [lunar] month, the first day of the week (Monday), a hap mot day, [the writing of this manuscript was finished] at the time of the morning drum (between 9.00 – 10.30 o’clock). Phò-òk (layman) Kom had the religious faith to sponsor the making of [this manuscript entitled] Malai Mün, todedicate it to the merit of Thit (ex-monk) Kanya. May the merit support me to last until the end of 5000 years. Nibbāna paccayo hotu no niccaṃ dhuvaṃ (May this be a condition for us to reach Nirvāna, constantly and certainly).