The text mentions about the story of Gotama Buddha. In the seventh week the Buddha was meditating under the Rajayatana tree when two merchants by the name of Tapassu and Bhallika offered him rice cake. This was the Lord Buddha's first meal after enlightenment. The two merchants took refuge in the Buddha and the Dhamma, and became the first lay disciples of the Gotama Buddha. The Buddha gave them his eight hairs for worship. The merchants installed the Buddha’s hairs in the stupa which was located on the Si Khuttara Mount in their home city of Uppara Nagara.
Folio 19 on the recto side: In Culasakkarat 1 thousand 4 hundred and 75 (corresponding with BE 2475), a ka hao year, on the eighth waning day of the ninth [lunar] month, on Monday. Phòthao (grandfather) Thit (ex-monk) Heuane and his wife Sao (Mrs.) Chan were the principal initiators and with their children and all their relatives had the ardent religious faith to sponsor the making of this manuscript entitled Sikhuttasut Thattukung to support the Teachings of Gotama Buddha to last until the end of 5000 years. Nibbānaṃ paramaṃ sukhaṃ niccaṃ (Nirvāna is the greatest bliss, certainly).
Item 1 - Title in Native script:
Item 1 - Title in Roman script:
Sing Khuttara, Phuk Diao
Item 1 - Title in English script:
The chronicle of the Sing Khuttara Mount, single fascicle