The text mentions about the Bodhisattva was born as Phaya Sirikhutta Maharaja who ruled Manla in the time of Kassapa Buddha. He performed meritorious acts of thirty perfections. One day, his eight Brahmins asked him for the throne and city. The king renounced his royal throne to them with delighted mind, and then he took his family to live in the forest. There was a Yak (giant) asked him for his son and daughter for food. The Yak spoke to the king that if he gives him his children he will be a Buddha in the future certainly.
Folio 25 on the recto side: In Culasakkarat (CS) 1252, a kot nyi year, on the sixth waning day of the ninth [lunar] month, the fifth day of the week (Thursday), the writing of this manuscript was finished in the afternoon (between 12.00–13.30 o’clock). Sathu (Monk) Khun from Vat Sithan had the religious faith to sponsor the making of this manuscript entitled Pha Chao 10 Pha-Òng to support the Teachings of Gotama Buddha to last until the end of 5000 years. May my wishes come true. Nibbāna paccayo hontu no sādhu sādhu anumodāmi (May this be a condition for us to reach Nirvāna. Amen! Amen! I rejoice). There are 2 fascicles [of this title]. I also sponsored the making of other manuscripts including three fascicles of Mettaya sutta, ten fascicles of Nisai Pha Chao 10 Pha-Òng, one fascicle of Tamnan Pha Si-an,, one fascicle of Satthavimala, one fascicle of Phò Kha-Miang,, one fascicle of Suvanna Ngenkham, one fascicle of Munlanipphan. Sathu (monk) Khun is the sponsor of these manuscripts.
This story contains in two fascicles. I also sponsored the making of other manuscripts included with three fascicles of Mettaya sutta, two fascicles of Nisai Pha Chao 10 Pha-Ong, one fascicle of Tamnan Pha Si-an (chronicle of Maitreya), one fascicle of Satthavimala, one fascicle of Phòkha Miang (a merchant of tidbits wrapped in leaves), one fascicle of Suvanna Ngenkham, and one facicle of Munlanipphan. Sathu (Monk) Khun was the sponsor.