Chants for long day illness, amulets for averting disaster, methods of worship, speech for buffalo sacrifice
manuscripts (document genre)
Endangered Cham Manuscripts of Vietnam
This manuscript was written by Mr. Luong Dai Ve's grandfather (whose name is forgotten). After he died, he bequeathed it to Mr. Luong Mat (Mr.Ve's father). After that, he gave to Mr. Ve in 1975 when Mr. Ve was at Gru urang.
102 unnumbered pages
Cham manuscript, bound by zinc, covered in cement paper, written in Chinese ink on double "Đại" paper, cement paper and cover paper. The status of the manuscript is good. The first page stuck to the front cover of the manuscript. Pages 1 to 56 are made from "Đại" paper, pages 57 to 66 are made from cement paper, pages 67 to 98 are made from cover paper. Pages 67 and 68 are torn in half.
The topics of the manuscript are medical treatments, magic, rituals. The content is about chants for long day illness, amulets for averting disaster, methods of worship, speech for buffalo sacrifice.
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).