Rites conducted in temples and towers, rites to worship estuaries (bac cuh Yang Apuei, Yuen Yang Paralao pasah)
manuscripts (document genre)
The material was passed down by ancestors. Mr. Luu Sanh Thanh has inherited the whole material and kept it from Superior Priest Truong Dinh (Hoai Trung). Several materials were collected by himself.
111 unnumbered pages
Cham manuscripts, made of Buong leaf. The bearing area of the material was pierced holes and stuck with two small, round strips of wood to hold the two ends of the Buong leaf material. Each page of Buong leaf was pierced holes at the two ends to fit in with the bearing area. The two covers were made of wood to hold the material with thread in the middle. Pages were numbered in order. Pages 01, 02 and 107 were left blank. Letters were inscribed on the leaf surface, and then blackened with an ink that is extracted from a wild flower in the forest (bingu kalao). The text was written in Akhar Thrah language. Size (length - width - depth): 33.5 x 5 x 5 cm
The material covers religious themes. The content is about rites conducted in temples and towers, rites to worship estuaries (bac cuh Yang Apuei, Yuen Yang Paralao pasah).
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).