p.: Copper plates.Recitations at monks meetings in nine sections.
This Kammavaca contains nine sections of recitations used by Buddhist monks in ceremonies such as ordinations, the offering of robes to monks, and paying homage to the Buddha as well as the ancestors. It was originally sponsored in order to gain merit in 1926 by U Ba Win and his wife Ma E, and their two daughters, Ma On Yi., and Ma Than Yi of Lancaster Street, Rangoon. Work on the manuscript was organized by U Myat Nyun and incised on copper plates under the supervision of U Sumana, Head of Forest Monastic Establishment and incised by U Yin Vepulla. The manuscript originally contained nine plates, only seven remain.
Upasompada Khantaka, Kathina Khantaka, SÃ„Â«ma Khantaka, UposathÃ„ÂgarÃ„Â Khantaka, Therasammuti Khantaka, NÃ„Âmasammuti Khantaka, Nissayamuttsammuti Khantaka, KappiyibhÃ…Â«misammuti Khantaka, Kutivatthu Olokana Sammuti Khantaka. 7 copper plates, 2 plates missing.
Ms. Donor: Burma Studies Group.