Ariya Paoh/ Cataui, Cham folk, myth of Po Riyak (God of Southern Sea), anthem of Ong Kadhar in ceremonies at temple, Lyrics of Ong Maduen
manuscripts (document genre)
Endangered Cham Manuscripts of Vietnam
This manuscript was inherited by the father of Mr. Tanh, named Sam Toi, from his grandmother. In 1975, Mr. Toi passed away, and Mr. Tanh subsequently inherited the manuscript.
74 unnumbered pages
Cham manuscript bound by threads, glued at its spine, hard covers, written in marker (from pages 1 to page 17 and one line in page 62) and pen (from page 17 to page 58) on cement paper. Lines are drawn in pencil for straight writing. Some papers are water-damaged. It has 5 blank pages.
Topics include literature, folk, myth, and religion. The content is about Ariya Paoh/ Cataui, Cham folk, myth of Po Riyak (God of Southern Sea), anthem of Ong Kadhar in ceremonies at temple, and Lyrics of Ong Maduen.
Digitization of this manuscript was funded by the British Libaries' Endangered Archives Programme through the project, Digitisation of the Endangered Cham Manuscripts of Vietnam (no. EAP698).